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    Earworm of the day

    Wikipedia: An earworm is a piece of music that sticks in one's mind so that one seems to hear it, even when it is not being played.

    A recent survey showed that around 2/3 of Naznetters who responded have a song playing in their head more often than not.

    This thread is a place to pass on your earworm of the day. Someone with a song stuck inside their head can come here to drop it off and find a new one. Of course, the new one may be even more annoying than the old one, but, ah, such is life.

    There's no need to include a recording of the song -- just a title or a few words will do. However, I'll start off with a video Debi Peck gave us in the survey thread:

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    Re: Earworm of the day

    Going back and forth between two Jonathan Coulton Songs:
    Code Money

    Mandlebrot Set


    On a related note, I'm very happy JoCo offers clean versions of most of his songs. Very considerate guy, that one.
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    Re: Earworm of the day

    Those ARE catchy!

    Whenever I try to replace an obnoxious earworm with the song Debi linked, I end up falling instead into "Axel F," the theme song from Beverly Hills Cop. Wikipedia says that instrumental music is responsible for only 7.7% of earworms. This is surely one worthy of being included in that 7.7%, although I do notice it tends to get replaced more quickly than songs with lyrics. It has the requisite repetition and ability to go on and on without end. I wouldn't mind if someone assigned this to me as a theme song for life. I think it would take a long time to get tired of it.

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    Re: Earworm of the day

    Lately, it's been "Master of the House" from Les Mis. Not really the sort of song I like to be going around singing.
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    Re: Earworm of the day

    I posted the two pictures, located below the video clip, on my facebook last night and yes...I woke up with an earworm..."Listen to the Angels Singing." Why this song? In the middle of our adult cantata, the adults turned their backs to the congregation, flipped on their flashlights, pointed them to the baptistry and the angel puppets popped up out of the baptistry and lip-synched this song. Marsha, our puppeteer was Tony and he did an awesome job...it was a riot. The children in the picture joined us on the platform for the last portion of the cantata. Lots of the children were out of town but we managed to fill the essential roles.

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    Re: Earworm of the day

    The church's one foundation is going through my head. I can handle that
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    Re: Earworm of the day

    In order to qualify as an Earworm with a capital "e", it has to be something you'd feel embarrassed or silly singing out loud. Such as mine for today, "The Ballad of Davy Crockett". ("Born on a mountain top in Tennessee, greenest state in the land of the free...")

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    Re: Earworm of the day

    Quote Originally Posted by Peggy Gray View Post
    In order to qualify as an Earworm with a capital "e", it has to be something you'd feel embarrassed or silly singing out loud.
    In that case, I have never had an Earworm in my life.
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    Re: Earworm of the day

    Quote Originally Posted by Peggy Gray View Post
    In order to qualify as an Earworm with a capital "e", it has to be something you'd feel embarrassed or silly singing out loud.
    Hmm... wikipedia didn't say anything about that. Maybe I should choose a different title for the thread.

    I heard the term "earworm" first on NazNet. I've never heard it spoken.
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    Re: Earworm of the day

    Quote Originally Posted by Peggy Gray View Post
    In order to qualify as an Earworm with a capital "e", it has to be something you'd feel embarrassed or silly singing out loud. Such as mine for today, "The Ballad of Davy Crockett". ("Born on a mountain top in Tennessee, greenest state in the land of the free...")
    Don't know about that particular fact(?), Peggy, but you did it to me now! You see, I had one of those 78's (tho' small, the size of 45rpm) when a kid with this on, so I still just can't help it ... I know all the lyrics yet ... the're just "there."

    NOW look at what you've done!!!
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    Re: Earworm of the day

    Quote Originally Posted by Marsha Lynn View Post
    Hmm... wikipedia didn't say anything about that. Maybe I should choose a different title for the thread.

    I heard the term "earworm" first on NazNet. I've never heard it spoken.
    I should have said, "In my opinion, in order to qualify..." Also in my opinion, there should be a classier term than "earworm" for...well, classier earworms. For example, "The Church's One Foundation." Don't you think?
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    Re: Earworm of the day

    Quote Originally Posted by Peggy Gray View Post
    I should have said, "In my opinion, in order to qualify..." Also in my opinion, there should be a classier term than "earworm" for...well, classier earworms. For example, "The Church's One Foundation." Don't you think?
    I agree - that is a nice tune in one's mind throughout the day.
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    Re: Earworm of the day

    This morning there was mail on a library listserv offering some extraneous Pitney-Bowes equipment. Now I'm stuck with the 1920s vaudeville song "Mister Gallagher and Mister Shean" which Pitney-Bowes adapted for an ad campaign in the 1980s. Of course, the only lyrics I remember are "Oh Mr. Pitney! Yes, Mr. Bowes?" and "Absolutely, Mr. Pitney? Positively, Mr. Bowes!" This could get old very quickly.

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    Re: Earworm of the day

    The three that most often stick in my mind are "My Jesus, I love Thee, The Battle Hymn of the Republic and Stars and Stripes Forever."
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    Re: Earworm of the day

    Evening and I have moved on to:



    Where do these things come from?
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    Re: Earworm of the day

    Oh, dear! I didn't scroll fast enough past your ... (if I say/type it, it might get stuck harder due to that repetition)!!
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    Re: Earworm of the day

    I typically get an earworm that stays in my head for days or weeks at a time. But the curse of it all is that it's typically not the whole song, but just a phrase or line or stanza that repeats over and over and over.

    For the last few weeks I've had When I Survey the Wondrous Cross. But again, not the whole song but just the following lines:

    Were the whole realm of nature mine,
    That were a present far too small;
    Love so amazing, so divine,
    Demands my soul, my life, my all.

    I owe it all to a talented young lady named Chelsea Moon that I found quite by accident a while back on Amazon MP3. It's been her version of the stanza that's been rotating over and over in my mind.

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    Not a bad earworm, Kevin ... nice mellow version of that song.
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    Re: Earworm of the day

    Woke up this morning to "Love Divine, All Loves Excelling." (Not all my earworms are pagan.) Haven't heard or sung it in ages. What prompts these things?
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    Re: Earworm of the day

    Quote Originally Posted by Marsha Lynn View Post
    Woke up this morning to "Love Divine, All Loves Excelling." (Not all my earworms are pagan.) Haven't heard or sung it in ages. What prompts these things?
    My earworms seem to fall into four categories of causation: A song I actually hear, a song I see/hear mentioned, something I see/hear that cues the song (someone says "rise and shine" and I'm doing Arky, Arky the rest of the day), and the dreaded mystery category. Subliminal? Dream? Let me know if you figure it out. By the way, thanks for reminding me of Yellow Submarine; think I'll email it to my son. If you want to hear a grown man scream, quietly say to my son, "In the town where I was born...." You can even just mouth the words.
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    Re: Earworm of the day

    I woke this morning with this one playing in my head:

    Wherever I am, God is, and all is well.
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    Re: Earworm of the day

    Woke up today whistling and sing this....

    Were the whole realm of nature mine,
    That were a present far too small;
    Love so amazing, so divine,
    Demands my soul, my life, my all.

    Still.
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    Re: Earworm of the day

    Quote Originally Posted by Kevin Rector View Post
    Woke up today whistling and sing this....

    Were the whole realm of nature mine,
    That were a present far too small;
    Love so amazing, so divine,
    Demands my soul, my life, my all.

    Still.
    Despite my "Yellow Submarine" and Hans' Randy Neuman song over here? That's some serious tenacity. I'll have to try harder.

    I have moved on to another Randy Neuman song:

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    Re: Earworm of the day

    After hearing about the escaped elephants on I - 70 outside of Indianapolis near my uncle's, and the long discussions about it with my cousins on facebook, I have been itching to sing this tune to my uncle....now, of course, I can't it out of my head. My favorite section is at 1:33.

    The beaaat is groovy.....

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    Re: Earworm of the day

    Sing it? Tho't it was instrumental, & had no lyrics.
    Life beats down and crushes the soul and art reminds you that you have one. ~ Stella Adler
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    Re: Earworm of the day

    Quote Originally Posted by Gina Stevenson View Post
    Sing it? Tho't it was instrumental, & had no lyrics.
    I am not a singer so when i "sing" it is more of humming the tune...
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    Re: Earworm of the day

    Quote Originally Posted by Susan Unger View Post
    I am not a singer so when i "sing" it is more of humming the tune...
    Oooh, I see. I do like that tune ... it's a nice, lively one.
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    Re: Earworm of the day

    This morning's earworm:

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    Re: Earworm of the day

    Yesterday I came home from work and started singing the following lines to myself:

    Were the whole realm of nature mine,
    That were a present far too small;
    Love so amazing, so divine,
    Demands my soul, my life, my all.

    Andrea looked at me incredulously and said, "still?!?" Apparently this one's been going on too long.
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    Re: Earworm of the day

    One of my colleagues was just singing a Willie Nelson tune in the hallway outside my office.
    Hope I make it through the day

    BILL
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    Re: Earworm of the day

    Quote Originally Posted by Kevin Rector View Post
    Yesterday I came home from work and started singing the following lines to myself:

    Were the whole realm of nature mine,
    That were a present far too small;
    Love so amazing, so divine,
    Demands my soul, my life, my all.

    Andrea looked at me incredulously and said, "still?!?" Apparently this one's been going on too long.
    So are all your earworms so pleasant? There are a number of songs I would definitely not want stuck in my head day after day after day.

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    Re: Earworm of the day

    Hallelujah! Amen. Hallelujah! Amen. Hallelujah! Amen. Amen. Amen.

    And, unfortunately, I know only the first verse, so this chorus keeps repeating today. Well, maybe not unfortunately.
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    Re: Earworm of the day

    It must have been last Saturday I saw the words "unashamed" and "Romans" on the same line. Although the reference wasn't to Romans 1:16, I have spent most of the week since then with "I Am Not Ashamed" playing in my head.

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    Re: Earworm of the day

    Damaris Carbaugh . . . haven't heard her in awhile. Like her lower mellow voice.
    Life beats down and crushes the soul and art reminds you that you have one. ~ Stella Adler
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    Re: Earworm of the day

    I wonder if it's technically an earworm if it doesn't have a tune? My bird-of-the-day calendar features an albatross, and ever since this morning those four lines keep replaying in my brain:

    It is an ancient mariner
    And he stoppeth one of three;
    By thy long grey beard and glittering eye,
    Now wherefore stopp'st thou me?

    AAAARRGGGHHHH!!!
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    I have no idea why this one got stuck i my head for the past week. I am hoping that by posting it it is duly exorcised!
    AAAARRRRGHGHGHGHGHGHGH!!!!!


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    Happy Days are here again -

    THis is the latest -
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    Re: Earworm of the day

    Quote Originally Posted by Jon Twitchell View Post
    Lately, it's been "Master of the House" from Les Mis. Not really the sort of song I like to be going around singing.
    But it makes me smile when I hear it.

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    Re: Earworm of the day

    Quote Originally Posted by Roy Richardson View Post
    Johnny Cash and Roy Orbison! You have real good taste in music Roy!
    -Jim

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