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Informer by Snow

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Drew and Bak cut their mullets and talk about this 90s almost one hit wonder Informer by Snow. Technically this guy had 3 hits crack the US BB Hot 100. Somehow. Anyway, they discuss this 90s classic and decide if it is a legit hit or a song gone wrong.

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Hey everyone, and welcome to songs gone wrong, where we, along with you, the fans, decide if these hit songs got it right or did those songs go wrong? One of your host drew Zachman, and joining me today again is the wonderful Buck Tonius Bach. How are you doing today? Good, sir, I am feeling great. How about how are you feeling? I'm feeling all right, man. I'm feeling okay. You know, I think we talked about it before, but you know, the weathers getting good. I am getting excited about that. You know, April's around the corner, right. Are you ditching the dad bond and going hardcore this year? Is that what I'm hearing? Yeah, I you know, I started working out a little bit last year just to try to, you know, keep me from going crazy during the pandemic, or still in the pandemic. But I signed up with so I don't know if anybody knows, but this guy's name is Don Saladino. He's actually the trainer for pretty much anybody in Hollywood. He trained Ryan Reynolds, he trained, I think, Chris Hemsworth. He's training Sebastian stand who is the winter soldier. So he trains all, like a lot of the big names in Hollywood. So he has it. He has a program is a couple programs actually, but he got he has one on his website. I picked it up and I'll tell you what, man, it's kicking my butt. But the pounds are coming off and I actually can start seeing some muscle, which is something I haven't seen in quite some time. So I'm hitting so so you're sexy. Is that what you're trying to say? I'm like average. I went from I still have a little bit of a data but you know, and also I've been watching my die because like the workouts, man, they're they're crazy, you know, like they kick your butt, and I'm putting a lot of work into that. So now I'm like, well, if I'm doing that much work, if I you know, Diet and exercise, man, they go hand in hand. So if you don't you can work out as much as you want, but if you eat crap, you know it's not going to you're not going to see the results that you're looking for. You might get a little, you know, get in better shape, get stronger or yeah, yeah, you're not going to see you so I'm now I'm like, you know what, if I'm putting in all that time and in the working out and stuff, like a good like hour and a half a day, I'm going to watch it. I eat too. So you know, we'll see. We'll see what happens, but I like it. It's fun it. It's changed my routine from what it used to be, so it's a little different. But yeah, definitely works, man. It's definitely kick in my butt. So pretty stoked about it. Nice, man, keep it up.

Thanks. And also, I like to be able to pick up my kids a little bit longer. You know, they're my oldest is seven, my youngest is for let be five and eight real soon. So I'm like, I want to be able to pick a girls up a little bit longer. So yeah, and they and then they get to eighty pounds and you're like, okay, you're not a kid. Yeah, you're like a little dull. You know, it's it's the best. It's good. Yeah, that's why they have had though, and you know this is true. You know that's all good. That's another thing too. I'm like, I feel like I'm getting old. I feel like the more I exercise, the better I feel. Just in general. So if I, if I don't exercise, like my bag will hurt. I'm like, I didn't do anything. You know, I'll be like sitting in from my laptop all day doing my my nine hundred and twenty five, and next thing I know, I like stand up or like I try to pick up one of my daughter's up and all the sudden, like my back goes out on like what the Hell happened? But working out and stretching and you know, it keeps your keeps my back and shape to which is also good. Boy, that makes me feel really fucking old. Saying that humans are not supposed to be in front of a computer for eight hours a day. You know this is true. I love the time. I boss that, I know. I know I probably have at some point, but it's all about discipline. Get in doing the putting the time in brand. I'm proud of a good job. Keep it up. Yeah, thanks buddy. Yeah. Now, if you guys haven't done so already, make sure he hit subscribe so that we get all of our episodes and they come out, which in fact is twice a week, and if you could leave us a five star review, boy, that would be great and if you do, let me know and we'll have your very own songs gone wrong sticker sent to your house free of charge. Just let me know, we'll get it over to you and you can also follow us on twitter and Instagram at songs gone drop us an email, sgw podcast at gmailcom, visit our website, songs gone wrongcom, and also have our very own songs gone wrong playlist on spotify so you can keep up the date with the songs we discuss each episode. Now Bach this episode. What are we talking about? This is a good one. Today in farm by snow. The song, well, we'll get into it, but yes, we are talking about informer from snow, which is off the album twelve inches of snow, which is an amazing such an amazing album title. Good for him, you know. That's what I say. But this kid, this came out in one thousand nine hundred and ninety two and it was written by apparently a slew of people, Edmund Oh leary, Darren O'Brien, sewn Moltke, Terry Moultkey and Jeffrey Silva, and the song was produced by MC Shan. Anyway, of those songwriters names, can you guess which one's snow is like what his actual name is? I don't know. His real name is Darren Kenneth O'Brien. Hm. Oh, and yeah, he's not Jamaican, guys,...

...he's like not even close. He's from Toronto, Canada. I Love Toronto. It's a great place. I just would not expect somebody singing like this to be from Toronto Canada. That's all, hey, when you got the skills, you know. But does he? He's it's all right. I mean it's hard listen. Could I just I just bend your ear to bend it bend the way. I can't. I'm reading the Goddamn lyrics and I can't even say it. It's like it's like a heck put on my brain. It's weird. No, you're right, I can't. I really I can't do it. It's impossible. It's like the lyrics are like here's the lyrics, but when you listen to him, like that's not what he's saying, it's almost like the lyrics are wrong or he's like trying to trick us. He's using some snow trickery. The the first line informer you know, shake daddy made no snow. I go blit you know, say my Daddy, no thing. I go. I can't do it, dude, I can't do it. I I it's weeks. I've been looking at that stupid line and I can't do it. I can't freaking do it. Dude, pisses me to freak off. Yeah, this is a probably not one one of the songs will be doing a karaoke no, absolutely not. Yeah, you know what it is. I can't, I can't get vested in this song. It's ridiculous, absolutely ridiculous. I would have to take out a good portion of my brain that has actual fun stuff and factual stuff, like knowing how to write a letter, and probably take that out and then put this song in. And I refused to do that. All. Hey, that's fine. Yeah, I mean, I mean, well, let's get into all the memories of this song. I mean, I I wantn't you start off and then I'll go, but what are some of your memories of this song? Well, that song comes out and I heard it on the radio and I'm like, what the heck is that? It's not that bad. I mean any song that comes on the radio, they just polluted in your ears till you just like okay, I like it for I don't know where I like it, but I like it. And then you're just stupid, you know, like like that was the time in my life. It's like I listen to there was all different crap coming out that time and there was all different crap and you're just like, all right, it's all it's popular, and then you just get into it and then just like and then two weeks after you're like, I'm done with it. It just they would overplay this song to know for sure, and I just couldn't take the credibility of him wearing nothing against people and eyeglasses. I wear eye glasses, but he was some hardcore guy on the video wearing reading glasses. I just couldn't take him serious. All right, first off, you know. Well, we'll talk about glasses in a second. All right. I so I remember...

...when this came out. I mean, yeah, it's your point. It was everywhere the video. I'll talk about that and a little bit later, but he clearly can't dance to save his life. I also remember. So I always, always like remembered. He's like random events in my life, but I remember a very particular bus ride home from school. I think we were in Crockett at the time and you were singing this on the bus, like not like you know, you're just kind of like messing around with the lyrics, but I was like cracking up because you're like the way you were singing, it was so damn funny. It's which I should have known back then that you'd be a star Karaoke singer in the future, but I remember that. I don't know that. He's a very yes, wow, you're like singing out. And there was the one. It was popular, right. It was, you know, the early s man, ninety two, and I was doing the worm, I know at some point in middle schooled up and down the bus. I remember doing that and that's the dirtiest floor you could possibly do. The word bust floors are the worst place to do the worm. Who are these bus drivers that Latin, these kids just like? I don't. Do you remember putting in seatbelt on on the bus? No, I'm did they even have? I even think they had seat belts? Oh my not when we were in school anyway. Right, so we went to this we went to we live on one side of town, okay. We went to the school that was like an actual miles felt like three towns, you know, like our Bush ride was twenty, twenty five minutes, I know, and Pennsylvania, where you live, that's sometimes. That's short. I know there's some long bust rides in Pennsylvania. Yeah, we you got the tension and at school and your mom had to come out of work for twenty five minutes to pick you up. You there, you did not get the tension. You talked yourself out. I'll do anything. I'll paint the God damn fucking cafeteria. I'm out doing the tench yeah, I'll paint during the day or something like that. Yeah, I had to tend. I had to tension, one saying in middle school and I learn my lesson. High schools a different story. I had. I got in trouble a couple times there, and what do you got? It though, yeah, but I mean back then, I feel like I kind of liked it, but also back then, let as you're saying snow, he had those like metal rim glasses. I had metal rim glasses to back then. So I was like, all right, this guy's going to, you know, maybe get me some street crab, because now it's cool the sudden where these like metal rim. He's like round metal rim glasses. Now it did not help me with the ladies at all. We did you have? I if I remembered, were they tinted? Your glasses? That's them now. Mine were not. No, I never got into which would have been the whole another level. Yeah, that's a whole nother level, man. Yeah, I wasn't. I wasn't there, but I might as well have been, I guess. Anyway, I'm not better. Hey, hey, I wear glasses, not to so, oh, yeah, I mean, I I...

...just wear contacts now, but I'm wearing glasses right now. Actually. Informer has been streamed over seventy million times on spotify and snow has over six hundred eightyzero monthly listeners. So it's not necessarily great. I mean, I mean whatever. He's got more than than I do, but I feel like when you're a when you have a couple listen to this right. So this song spent seven weeks at number one on the US billboard hot one hundred chart, starting in March of one thousand nine hundred and ninety three. Seven weeks. That's pretty crazy, man. It was one for seven weeks. It was number one for seven weeks. Get the get out of here. Yeah, Oh my God, what were we think? What was everybody thinking? Well, I mean it was. It was a crazy time. I mean, well, let's a little. So here's the rest of the top five. Right, he was number one. Of all the songs he took the top spot from. It was a whole new world by my boy Pe Bo Bryson and Regina Bell from the Disney Aladdin movie. Nice, and here's nothing to you write like. One thing that people always say is that snows a one hit wonder. Technically he's not. He actually had he had two singles hit the top twenty in nineteen ninety three, and in former was one of them. Right, that was the number one hit, and then he also had a girl, I've been hurt, which peaked at number nineteen, and then in two thousand and nineteen snow was actually featured on the track called Kama with Daddy Ankie and Katie Perry, and that one peaked at twenty two in June of two thousand and nineteen, which was a crazy but so he's not. He's not a one hit wonder. But the rest of the top five at that time, right, informer was one, two was a whole new role by People Bryce and Regina Bell. Three was nothing but a g thing by Dr Dre Great Song. For was ordinary world by Duran Dur ran. Great Song. And five was I'm every woman from the body guards soundtrack by Whitney Houston. Also Great Song. So it again diverse, a little bit of everything and I was looking over the chart it was just amazing, just an amazing time to be alive. I missed the ninety so much. But great songs all up and down the top forty. Have Rebirth of slick cool like that by diggable planets was twenty one. Did he buy paper boy? Was Twenty three. Great Song. Remember that band shy? They had a couple songs in the top forty. And if I'm not mistaken, I know, maybe I'm thinking all for one. There's a guy from all for one who also had glasses with metal, metal rim glasses. And then heal the world by Michael Jackson was twenty eight. Good stuff, man. How about P m down with PM dawn around that time? Die Without you, you're right, die without you as forty one on the chart at that time, well as those around that time, but they were on the way down the chart, whereas snow was peeking at that time. Got You, I mean the song. Yeah, four minutes long. It's for freaking long minutes, man, I don't know. Well, let's right. Let's get into the right. Some of the rest of the songs on the album. Okay, yeah,...

...this album not great. There's the song called lonely Monday morning boy. It sounds like a white guy from Toronto rapping with a Jamaican accent while like holding his nose, like it kind of gives him that kind of like nasally high pitch. It's it just sounds terrible, but that's song. It's basically the same words as informer. Like if you listen to that song, it's like the lyrics are he pulls like the same. I also don't know what he's saying half the time, but there's some verses I'm like wait, Whoa, that's from informer. The fuck. What are you doing here, Darren? I'm call him by here, by his regular name, but I I don't know what was going on. And that sets when you have the rights to the song, you just yeah, but you don't do the you just he's like repurposing. It's like come on, man, I don't know. I don't know what was going on there, and that's the thing. And lonely Monday morning is actually two third track on the album, while informers the seventh track. Like this is weird. I don't know. I don't know what's going on, but the album, man, it is. I listen to it. It is just don't just don't listen to it. Girl, I've been hurts, not bad. That was the other single on there. It's not terrible and I when I listen to it I was like, Oh, I remember that song. I don't. I remember hearing it, I just didn't remember it being as high as it was on the on the charts and stuff. I feel like I would have remembered it a bit more, but not so much. That's a white guy from Toronto figure out that he's he can do a good Jamaican reggae. So it's not reggae. What is this considered? It's like a Jamaican accent. Yeah, I don't know. I just want well, maybe he I think he knew a lot of I guess maybe there's like a neighborhood, like like a there was like a big Lake Jamaican population are or something yeah, just hung out with everybody and then all of a sudden, man that cay can rhyme so andy, Andy, I guess he licks people's boom boom down. But so let's go to the lyrics, which are okay. So he says right, he says lickey boom boom down. I never knew what that meant until I'm like, you know, researching, though. I think I research a lyrics for this like a while ago, maybe a couple of years ago, and I was like, what is he talking to? What is I don't even know what he says in the chorus. He says informer. Yeah, no, say daddy me, Snow Me. I go blame a liicky boom boom down, like what you were saying before, like where you have the words in front of you and I'm like what, like, I don't know what are you even saying here? It's not it's like Dr Sus for like you know, a song. You know, like you ever we ran a zoo? You ever read? Because we just had to. I had to read it and in front of five and six year olds a couple of years ago. Okay, Uh Huh, I'm sweating, I'm Goddamn sweatings reading this song, this, this, this book. It is. Then I started looking up the hardest Dr...

Shoe's books to read, and it's up there, man, like you got to be an expert, and I was not an expert. And five and six year olds, like you dead, can't read. That's funny myself, a little bit. But whatever, I feel like, yeah, this could be like a cross between maybe like Dr Suson, like just mad lives. I feel like he's just like throwing shit together. Well, who says, like what is? What is licky? Boom boom down, like you can't write, because this song he's like, you know, trying to be tough. You know, in this song he's a tough guy. Right, you can't say that and then talk about stabbing someone. You know. You also can't stab someone if you look like snow, first of all, like that's got to be like a law, like you can't. You don't go around wearing like the metal rim glasses stabbing people, although I guess by that's what serial killers look like, right, they always had those like metal rim glasses. Anyway. Well, I mean he'd lived this song a little bit, right. I mean he did. Yeah, Yep, and he yeah, so let's let's get into that. Basically, what happened was he was arrested and charged with two counts of murder from his involvement in a knife fight in one thousand nine hundred and eighty nine, where he wounds up, you know, he wands up going way, doing a little bit of time. He wanted up writing some of the song there. He would eventually be acquitted to those charges, as they were reduced to aggravated assault, after spending eight months behind bars. So He stabbed. He stabbed somebody, or allegedly stab somebody. So you can't stab someone and say looky boom boom down, all right, like because like that's like it's like catchphrase. He got into a bar fight, man, come on, let's not little did he say? It was was the like do a shot and then stab somebody then say looky boom boom down, like he can't do that. Like can you imagine, like other famous people using that in their speeches? Yeah, likes like do you imagine like watching scarface, you know, instead of scarface, saying say hello to my little friend and then at the end of it he says I'll like it, boom boom down, like he doesn't. He would never do that. Oh, he always say it. Hey, my saying that to you. He'll say, okay, frank he might. And then you look, you look your boom boom down, okay, and then and then, okay, then he might just know, go face down and like a mountain of coke. Even if snow did kill somebody, don't believe him. Just you know the way he would end his confession with lickey boom boom down. The jury be like the Jurad be like no, now, get out of here. Also, I would love to read the court snographers transcript from that case. Like how many times would you say lucky boom boom down during a trial? I'll bet the over on that one. Hmm, I think he I think he kept his mouth closed. Probably, but the only words I could decipher from this this song, like when it was released, was informer and when he says Tornado, otherwise, like I got nothing. There's another part in the song where he says where the destination reaching out at East, a...

...tension where day whipped down, we pants, look up me bottom, and then he goes back into the course like now I'm I'm not, I don't. I don't mind. I don't mind rap, but rap songs usually talk about topics such as like girls, drugs, making it rain at the club, you know, and saying huge jewelry things like that. This song, however, probably is the only instance where someone raps about an actual like anal cavity search. Right. Well, if you watch the video for that song, he's not the best dancers, so maybe that's why. Yeah, what's up? What the R emotion? Like? He's like, I don't know, he's gonna he's gonna have rotator cuff surgery soon, man, that's how he maybe, yeah, or maybe, or maybe he did have it and that's why he was moving like that. But you can't. You can't have a hip hop song beating number one on the US billboard hot one hundred and not know how to dance. Yeah, but wait, wait, how about how about the ladies in there, the booty girls? Given this video is so early S it's ridiculous. Where did they go to get these girl? I mean the Little Modeling Agency? All right, ladies, everybody, and it's probably people that are like, Oh, I want to like actresses. They're aspiring actress is like, Hey, we gotta got an opening for you. It's in a rap video and they're like, Oh yes, finally I'm going to get my break in a rat video. Cool. Who is it? Like Dr Dre, you know, who is it? Run DMC. The like, AH, no, it's snow and they're like who the fuck is snow or whatever? It's a rap video, he's got to be cool, right. And then they get in. Then they get to the set and they're like what, who is this gown? No, no, no, they listen, they listen to the song before they're like, Manny, oh, that's it. Yeah, he's not bad when he's from Jamaica. And then they and then they get there and like Oh hey, what's up, Darren, and he's like no, no, I call me snow, and it's like what your snow? He's like he's like reading poetry when he talks to him. He bet he definitely reads poetry when he talks to girls. Dude, he's he's making he's writing love letters with like a felt, a quilt up with the feather, whatever the fuck it's called a quill. Quill in me totally is with his little Jamaican accent so easily. So this song is like a big hit and the guy huge and the guys in prison. Yeah, I mean that's where he that's where he wrote most of the song. No, nor luring his time, I know, but he when he finally gone out, I mean like so little little tidbit of information about him. He was in prison when the song came out. So the song is like a hit. I think they did the video before he went to prison and they're like, okay, we just recorded this. Boom, boom, boom, maybe you'll be on the radio, see a snow, have...

...a nice prison term. You know. He's like, okay, see you later. Man, I don't know that. I maybe talks like that. Okay, mare, I'll see you later. I'll she'll let her should later look at bumble down. And then and then it becomes like this big hit and the guys like, Oh Shit, man, I'm in the freaking in the in the cell and I don't get the like, Dude, you know how much, how much Pootang you would have got during that time? He missed out on that. I'm sure he. I'm sure he did all right, I guess I don't know. But then people see him though, and they're like, what sounds like a rick asslee effect. Yeah, you hear the voice, they're like, Oh, you get it. Pretty clear image as of what you think. This guy looks like it. And you see me you're like, what's it's great though, may so by anyway, I kids, you know, never judge your book by its covered. That's the lesson for today. But yeah, so apparently this song is about looking boom booms all the way down and anal cavity searches. So Hey, that's all I got, man. So what do you what do you think, Bak? What do you think? Do you think this song from snow, this informer song, is a legit hit or a song gone wrong? It's almost like taking that gatorway bath at the end of the Super Bowl. It feels good and you know you won and and by doing the second interview you after when in the Super Bowl. Yeah, it's sticky, man. You got to take that shit off. You know, I got I loved it in the beginning, but after like two weeks I was done with it and I really wanted to learn a somewhat of the lyrics. And and TV puts it on the but what other song they put the lyrics? Because you can't understand one goddamn word. They put it on the bottom of the screen and then you're like, I still can't pronounce this shit. So just I'm just I just went to fast forward this little time, because what what? A song is usually off for two, three, four months and then you don't hear them anymore. It's kind of if, yeah, if that. Yeah, yeah, so, I mean it made so many lists of the worst songs in the s but you got to give it a, you know, a little bit of applause for for actually being. How many great songs never made one, you know, Oh yeah, for sure, great. And this one is number one, like being, you know, denoted as a hit, you know, and this one is number one. It's like, what unbelievable, man. But this will go down as some of the I would say that genre. I would say the Miss Heard Lyrics. What would you say? Cherry Cola, butterfly, cotton, right, I Joe Hash Pipe. There's I always mess up all those lyrics, but this one takes takes the cake. This is the worst freaking song and I give it a big thumbs down. It is a song gone wrong to the nth degree. See...

...you later, audios. I Lick you. Boom boom down. I'll look at boom boom down. Yeah, I I feel I feel like I want to say this is a legit hit just because, from like a nostalgia standpoint, you know, I it takes you back to good place, you know, and again I you know, whenever I hear this song, I I was like I was like Pete singing on the bus coming home from Crockett. That was our middle school. I know, thinks makes me think of like a happier time, you know, not that I'm not happy now, but, you know, just being a kid, you know, it was fun and the music during that time was just ridiculous and kind of all over the place and it was just it was just a fun music scene, you know. And but when you like get into it, like what you were saying, like this song was number one, like I would not be opposed to this song making the billboard hot one hundred. I don't know if I would put this in the top forty two kind of denote it as a hit, though. Whenever I make I have my I have my s mix, I have a I make a lot of s mixes and if it's come like your general s mix, this song should be on there doesn't make it a good song or doesn't make it a hit. I feel like, Nostalgia Wise, I say, yeah, it's a hit, but I feel like when you actually think about it's like now the song, this is a song gone wrong. Maybe I like the song from like a ironic from like an ironic standpoint, maybe, you know, because it's just kind of like so weird and random and it's like what? And I like it because of that. But again, it's not. It's not a legit hit. So I'm going to say and former by snow as a song gone wrong. I still kind of like it, but I just don't there's no way this song should have been number one. That is insane, especially when you look at the songs on that chart. You know, there's so many good songs on there. Rhythm as a dancer by snap was at fat. You know. Mr Wendell, by arrested development right song was number eight. I will always love you, by Whitney Houston was seven, but she was, you know, I think, on the way down at that point, which is fine. Shed that song was like number one for like nineteen years. What I say ordinary world by Duran. Duran was for better roses by Bon Jovi was ten. Hey, it peaked at ten. That's a good song. That sh'd I would take that over I apright. I try to put my hat in the ring with with Bon Jovi. I just I can't think them. I try, I try my head, jeering represent I know it in your head, my head, I think I sound like him, but I don't. I felt I feel short. He's he's tricky, though. That's a good song, though. Hip Hop her a by Nordy, by nature. That was twelve on the charts. That peaked at number eight. Seven by Prince and a new power generation. I love that song. That peeked that number seven and at the time was thirteen. Two princes by the spin doctors was sixteen and that's where it peaked. I love. I would. There's like a pretty much all of these songs I would prefer over. Cats in their cradle by...

...ugly Kid Joe, peaked at twenty five. I love ugly kids. Yoh, that's a song. We got to do man, we got to do everything about you. I hate everything way. That's such a good song. Or is this song going wrong? Who knows? You never know. We gotta know what box going to say we never know rhythm as a dancer. Right, that peaked at five. Rump Shaker was on there. Man, there's so many I die without you right from PM dawn. That was forty one, but that peaked at number three. So many good songs on here. And Snow. Yeah, and then there's snow, number one. You know, it's funny. You Graduate High School and they have a yearbook and your book they write the year, what happened, and everybody in that year, everybody's got snow in there. Your Book. Crazy. What do you have in your high school your book? What was the Big One? Well, I mean our problems song was the titanic song. We talked about that. Yeah, that was a big trash. But I got nothing more about this snow and the twelve inches of snow. Twelve inches. I'm sure he's exaggerating about that too. All right, well, let's so we agree on this one, which is nice. We we both think it's a song gone wrong. But let's see what the fans have to say about it, just to just a round the dock, because you like to hear what they have to say. All right, so the fans are spoken. Sixty percent said that informer by snow is a song gone wrong. So we all, we all agree which is which is, which is good. I like that. But we got some feedback to jet Shafer at streets. A Jed said Skilo had more credibility than this clown and his one hit was complaining about how short he was. So again, Jed, I feel like, hits the nail on the head here. Erico at Erico Terrio says a novelty hit. No one purposely puts that song on now, at least that I know Erico, I do so. But again, it's fun, you know. I it's just a fun, crazy ninety song. You know, I don't know, I don't I don't like give. I'm like, Wan't like any music that has any substance to it. This song is definitely not going to be on that playlist. But if it's just like a crazy, fun ninety song, then yea, I'll put it on. But Irish Keith at his Meself, you know, said it's a fun song. I don't know why the fuck he wants to lick my bum bum. He's not gonna. But it's a hit just for the good vibe. Frank Corona at fat squeezele said no one is licking any boom boom. Here. Tim Kendall at Seventeen Candle said, if this is legit, I quit. Some of you said no to color me bad. This isn't any better. I feel like that's another fair assessment. There, Tim and Laura Bennett, at me second to none, said this is like the color me bad selection. It's poop. So there we have it. Realized it. He he's a he's a shit out Brian Austin Green. That's exactly what he is. Yeah, he looks like him a...

...little bit. I can see that for sure looking at this guy, damn picture, and he's so my God, what a tool. The S hair right with like the part down the middle. The best our S are with the part down the middle. Sorry, and I finally get a haircut. I don't have my mullet anymore. It's manageable now. You Know Nice. I'm still keeping along hair. It's not totally you know, I get I get my hair cuts with scissors now. It's a big change. It's a big change, like I'm so used to that. And scissors now, brother, yeah, they are. They buzzed mine. I left the top. I just like trimmed. They had them like shave the sides off because it was gat. I'm getting annoying, so no more moleet for me either, but I'm letting the top go for a little bit. We'll see you. We'll see what happens, but do it man, all right, brother, nice chat with you. Yeah, likewise, thanks for coming on, balk and again, everybody. Thank you very much for listening to songs gone wrong, and you know, if you haven't done so, make sure you hit subscribe. Tell your friends, tell your cousins, tell your friends from Toronto that maybe think they're from Jamaica. Tell them to listen to our show. And I promise you, nobody here at songs gone wrong. Whatever. Lick your boom boom down once we even know what that is. So thanks get everybody for listening to songs gone wrong. See You, guys.

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