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Episode 5 · 1 year ago

Love in an Elevator by Aerosmith

ABOUT THIS EPISODE

What more could you ask for from an 80s monster hit like Love in an Elevator from Aerosmith? Penned by Steven Tyler and Joe Perry, this song peaked at number five on the US Billboard Hot 100 back in October 1989.  

Does the song hold up? Does the song make Drew and Dave want to scat? Does the video give Drew hope that not all is lost in his 40s? This one is sure to bring some interesting conversation.

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Everyone, and welcome to songs gone wrong, where we, along with you, the fans side of these hit songs, got it right. Or did those songs go wrong? I am one of your host drew Zachman, and joining me as always, is the wonderful and lovely Dave Schultz. Dave, how are you doing today, sir? Well, first off, I want to thank you for that wonderful introduction, and then, second I'm going to do something I never ever do here, but I want to get the listeners some ample warning. Please, if you can ear muff Nana, tell the kids to go outside and play with the power lines, because the song we're covering today is salked in sexual innuendo. It's it is drenched, it is and gorged with Innuendo. Yes, if looking gorge is always a good word to throw out there, I don't know if that's very tentalizing. What is a good word to throw out there? Yeah, US, it is. It is. Well, Hey, guys, we haven't done so already, make sure he hit subscribe to make sure you get all of our episodes when they come out, which in fact is twice a week, and if you could also leave us a five star review. Boy that would be swell, and you can also follow us on twitter at songs gone you can drop us an email, sgw podcast at gmailcom or visit our website, songs gone wrongcom, so that you can see how all the songs fared, if we did deem them hits or not, and you could also find ways to help support our lovely show. Now, with that being said, this episode is stopping...

...the way, as Stephen Tyler would say, yes, or as or, as any normal human being would say, love and an elevator also, do you think? Do you think he talks that way, like on a normal basis? Yeah, yeah, totally, when he's like hey, anybody want to Pushtronmy Sandwich? I'm going down to pick something up at subway where? Do you think? Like singers like James Hetfield? They do you think he talks like how he sings? Like do you think I'll be like take a close to your room, Ma. Do you think he does that? Wash my unkner way? Yeah, I bet he does. I would do that if I'm James I field, I would. I would definitely do that. If I'm Steven Tyler, I mean well, we'll get into how I feel about him, but I mean if that's your thing, I mean you got to roll with it. But would you rather scat or growl? I would rather growl. I feel like I growl now as it is. Nah, see, I'd rather scat. I'd rather be skid a BOP, do up to deep out and just kind of like roll through life like Steven Tyler does, you know, likes like sideways, like how he kind of dances in the video. Yes, I would love to do that, and I'm also fond of scarves. So yeah, totally. Oh so is Steven Tyler. Yes, we are talking about love and elevator, which is from the group Aerosmith and was on the album pump, which came out in one thousand nine hundred and eighty nine now. This song was written by Joe Perry and Steven Tyler, so those are kind of like the main two writers. They have now Dave m the song came out a little bit ago. Yeah, you mean, do you have any memories of this song? I remember really liking this song when it came out. Mind you, I was at a very impressionable age, so anything that could be considered slightly dirty or taboo was pretty cool. Yeah, I boy, I remember this the song is one thing, hmm, but when you when you watch the video, and I did...

...rewatch it. Yeah, boy man, that video, it just it stuck with me right, and I'll get into a little bit more later, but yeah, that video, Holy Shit, wrenched drenched. That really had you, Y, I packed on you. I mean it did, and I remembered a lot of it too, which is kind of weird, as I haven't watched in like thirty years. Just about. Yeah. Well, I think if you went back and watch pretty much any hard rock video from the S, there's a lot of yeah, Hena, to the point where now you like, Oh, grab my pearls. What the hell were they thinking? How bad your anny? It was commonplace, right, it was making tip of Goa, go out there and slap parental advisors labels. Yeah's alburns, right, which actually just basically gave me the idea that I should in fact by that album. But right, yeah, rebel tipper. Yeah, also, I is it just me or does Steven Tyler look like someone's aunt? Like I feel like everybody has an aunts. That probably looks like Steven Tyler. Does your aunt look like Steven Tyler? I do have an aunt. I'm not going to say the name, but I do have an ants that looks like Steven Tyler a little bit. Okay, so she has some nice locks, long dark hair, little gray and like thing there, maybe, or a little bit of gray. Yeah, and like the face. It just some like man, does she have? She doesn't. SCAT. No, okay, that'd be great. Like every Christmas it's like hey, Auntie, soone, so thanks for the the gift you sent me, and she's like zip about, no problem. I love you. Using. Yeah, well, you know, she doesn't. She doesn't do that. I I feel like I should ask her to do it. Yeah, just to see that totally how that would turn out. That she said you a Christmas present? No, we got we get cards. So maybe, like, maybe, like, if she like wrote into card like dear drew, that about as about asked. Would why? What? If guards to marry Christmas?...

I love your aunt yeah, but if to keep it in the theme of this song, she's like I want you have a Mary Christmas yeahyd it. Wow, yeah, and you're like wow, thank you so much. But you know, here's a funny thing about Steven Tyler. We make fun of the way he looks, which is valid he has the lips of the incredible Mr Limpet which is a very dated reference. So if you don't know that, feel free to go hop on your favorite Internet search provided right now and look it up, to which you will immediately agree with me. But this guy, no matter how eccentric he is now, has gotten more action than probably Geeze, just about any maybe Hugh Hefner, you know what I mean. He's Oh, he's if there was a hall of fame, he'd be in there. He'd be a first ballot hall of Famer. Yeah, he's like step aside, Dr Jay, I'm going to show you what I got. Now, look at Him and light him and Mick Jagger gotta be up there. Yeah, it's I'm sure the stories they could tell, Holy Shit. Well, that's what I mean. So now he's like go ahead and make fun of me, say I look like your bubby. It doesn't matter with me because I banged your mom. No, don't talk about Paula like that. She's a saint. Hall. Is Lists He listening to us? She's Bey. She's busy listening to Yannie live at the Acropolis or the martyr. I wasn't know you took that so personally like you. Actually pause for a second. I was I wasn't trying to talk about you already, your family members in particular. Despite no, I think I think you direct you goly at me. I think a good no. I take a sense. I mean mom, I'LL DAS and that would be his comeback, not my comeback. Okay, let's not start this show on a sour note. Paul is a saint. Okay, I believe you. I was it joking. Okay, I'm glad. Let's cut through that awkwardness and now talk some music. All Right, fine, anyway. So this song peaked at number...

...five on the US billboard hot one hundred the week of October Twenty Eight, one thousand nine hundred and eighty nine, so just in time for Halloween. And overall, Aerosmith is still pretty popular. They have over fourteen point seven million monthly listeners on spotify, so people still listen to them. Okay, yeah, so they were number five on the US billboard hot one hundred. Round. You got the top, father, great, so number one that week. You had miss you much. By Janet Jackson, sewing the seeds of love, by tears for fears. At number two, listen to your heart by rocks set at number three, cover girl by nw kids on the block at number four, and then right behind them was love an elevator. And then after love an elevator was Dr fuel good by Motley crew at six, and some other good tunes on their chart that week was back to life by soul. To soul at twenty five. I love that song, me so horning by two live crew at thirty four, which in all honesty is the same content as love and the elevator. Okay, and eighteen in life by skid row, was at forty two. Ricky was a young boys. You're singing, I got me to sing. Yes, that's what I'm saying, Little Sebastian back up in hell. So now we like to always compare, you know, how each song compares to the rest of the album, right to see if it was, you know, if the rest of their music was all formulaic, or did this song stand out in any way in particular? Now, like I said, the album was pump this album actually had a handful of other hits. No number ones, but, as I mentioned, loved and an elevator hit number five. Also, Jeanie's got a gun was on this album. That hit number four on the US billboard, hot one hundred FTUARY, ten thousand nine hundred ninety, and then what it takes hit number nine on May five, one thousand nine hundred and ninety. I love that song what it takes. It's so good. I feel like I feel like that song right there, Steven Tyler kind of gets away from...

...his scadding and I feel like that song is very heartfelt and I feel like that shows a different side of him instead of like, you know, you know, having loved an elevator. Yeah, you know, he's like, he's he shows he is vulnerable and I like that side from Steven Tyler. He puts his scarves down. All thirty seven of US anywhere's that once. He puts the scarves away and he's like, listen, my heart's broken. Yep, there you go. Tell me what it takes. You know, drew, I got to say if you mentioned the fact he's scats one more time, I'm not sure if he's resembling someone's aunt anymore or if Steven Tyler may in fact be a bear. Oh dear HMM, Yep. So just just saying. So let's see if we can avoid the s word for the rest of the show. I doubt that's possible. I'm trying to get our SEO up. Apparently that word that apparably we are no longer allowed to say really helps our rankings. Yeah, well, so I was. I was going to give it the shot. A lot of freaky dicky's out there on the World Wide Web. But yeah, I mean I think the song stands out. Obviously. You know, it's a more lighthearted yep song. You know Jane's got a gun. He knows a bit more of a serious song. When it takes is obviously a serious song. And there's there's some other songs on there I think that are also good, but I feel like this one in particular it stands out on its own. Yeah, I can agree with that, but lyrically and I think the lyrics are just fine. Right. I always appreciate a song that references fact sing, which is amazing because at that time faxes and facting was like pretty high tech. Right, the lyric, the lyric goes she said, I'll show you how to facts in the mail room, honey, and have you home by five. I appreciate when they talk about, you know, office place, you know, activities and duties. Sure, I mean it's efficiency, drew. This is what this is. I mean, if you think about it, who wouldn't appreciate that kind of advice? Have you home by five? Yeah, that's pretty good. That's pretty good. The other lyric that stuck with me was when...

...tyler sings I'll chase you out the way to the stairway, honey and kiss your Sassafras. WHOA someone's calling HR. Exactly right. So a couple things are right. One potentially have a sexual harassment law suit happening to if he really is talking about actual SASSAFRASS. Maybe Steven toller has a bit of a green thumb that we don't know about, since Sassafras is a species of deciduous trees native to North America and also eastern Asia, which I'm sure you already knew that, yeah, which also have aromatic properties. But I don't think they have a Sassafras tree in the office, unless it's a very young one, since they can grow anywhere from thirty to one hundred and fifteen feet tall. But I appreciate the SASSAFRASS reference. I think I highly kiss. I think maybe he is talking about her tree. I mean, that's what I'm saying. Like I see a Sassafrast, I can't help a puck her up, Butter Cup. It's just the nature of the beast. Yeah, I like trees. I'm a big tree fan. We just we just planted a couple trees in our backyard a couple months ago. So Botany, not Sassafras. They're not SASSAFRAST. Hey, botany serious over there in the drew household? Yes, indeed, out here in Pennsylvania, we love our trees. Sure. Now, what do we think this song is about? Now, other one could make. I think one can make a reasonable argument that this song is about living life to the fullest. Right, as Tyler says, Nichorus, living it up when I'm going down and loving it up till I hit the grounds. Right, he's getting the most out of life as we continue on throughout time on our journey. That could work right. Also in the song, Tyler says I kind of hope we get stuck nobody gets out alive. Right, maybe that's what they're trying to say here. However, however, Dave, if you watch the video, like ten year old drew did very often since was on MTV nonstop and also had a lot of girls wearing not a lot of clothes. I feel like you find out quickly it's not about that at all when you see Steven Tyler Dry humping the stage, the MIC stand, the are basically anything at all. Yeah, you realize...

...this song is basically just about getting laid in an elevator. There's nothing more to see here. Kids. It's Steven Tyler. Okay. And, by the way, that as in saying by the way, that video was most likely sponsored by cocaine. I'm gonna argue with that, but I mean, listen, he was, you know, working like a dog for the boss man. WHOA? That's if that's working for the company. WHOA. Yeah, so, I mean it's about letting your hair down. You know some guys that nearly let a lot of things down, including his is pelvic region. But you know some people, they kind of work a little bit early, they have a few drinks. Some people, who knows, maybe they're into a knitting, watching TV. Everybody has different hobbies. Steven Tyler collection for exact art collections are I know I would love to start one if I had the taste or the money to do so. But I mean, aside from just humping things, Steven Tyler had a penshoon for doing something terribly and I've got to skip this, you know, put this out there on the table right now. Incredibly unsanitary, which is making love in an elevator. Yeah, because that's especially into in that in today's age, any age, okay, doesn't matter. When it was making love and an elevator is problematic, I think, for many reasons, one of which is space limitations. You have to be limber, you definitely got to be the right size proportion going on there. And then, too, it's just disgusting. You might as well just make love in a toilet. And nobody wants to do that. Well, maybe Steven Tyler. I I've been so he probably has. They cut that from the video. He was dry humping a toilet. It took that part out. U That's how you flight. Yet one more item. He was dry humping in the video. Just hand them something, anything, he will dry humpet. But yeah, so this is one thing about I've been the director was probably like did even say anything, and there's like...

...all the sudden they like start the camera rolling and there's steven tie like dry humping like fifteen different objects on this set. Really, Stephen, we I didn't give you direction at he was like, I don't care, I don't need it that. What is this? What is this? I'm going to dry humpet bit, just humping, Stephen, don't stop rolling, just keep going. But think about this, right. Music, we talked about, tip of Gore, has been vilified from many things. Okay, they've said that it instigates violence amongst young people. Well, I am a little curious about this, and I'm gonna assume the number is very low, that people heard this song and rushed out to actually make love in an elevator themselves. Yeah, I don't I feel like that number is probably low. Yeah, because because here's the I mean, first off, if it's somebody you don't know, I mean you, first of all you have to get consent right, which, by the way, we hear at songs gone wrong, always advise everyone to get consent every single time. ps, even when you gonna Dry Hump something, it doesn't matter, always do so. Yeah, especially a microphone own stands. Nobody mean they they really don't like that. They get slong. Sure you get their consensus right, but so first of all, you have that obstacle to overcome. Right then, you know, then you have to somehow click with them very quickly make love to them in the elevator, which is difficult on its own, right. So, or you know so, or if you're in a relationship and it's like Hey, I love the song, now let's go, let's go find an elevator and engage in some sexual congress, they're yeah, yeah, that's what I'm saying. It wouldn't inspire many people to do that. They had to have been a few who like, let's get hammered and go listen to going down loving an elevator and try to do the same thing. But I mean, realistically, I doubt there were, you know, mass masses of people rushing out to do that because, realistically, elevators would be shutting down all over the country.

Yeah, they wouldn't be able to keep up with that. They be breaking down. Let them right. So I think it's safe to say that Aaron Smith didn't harm anybody. Well, people, maybe Mike stands, like you had mentioned, in the process of releasing this tune. Yeah, I think I'll tell you what, though, I feel like they probably might have a lot of man as calls into our good friends over at Otis elevators. So why do you double check with them? Can you get on the Horn with Otis and find out exactly what happened in ninety to the elevator business? Oh it is. Can you show me your logs from one thousand nine hundred and nine nine? Yeah, they will grabs any any calls and or do you have any kind of metrics or analytics yet that can show your volume increased for that about year and a half or so thanks to Steven Tyler? Like I'RE gonna have a guy walk out like a mummy. He's be wrapped in yellow dot matrix paper and he's like thank God, someone finally asked I'm free. Yeah, open the sarcophagus. And that guy came out. He's like shit, too long sunlight. Maybe I'll send them a facts. Yeah, do it, because you know what you can do that, honey, you'll be out by five, get you home by five. Yep. So yeah, so this song is yeah, checks a couple boxes here, but Dave does a check all the boxes for you. Like do you think this song is a legit here, or do you think love an elevator is a song that went wrong. Well, okay, I will be the first to confess I'm not the world's biggest Arrowsmith Fan. I think they're an adequate rock band who have had periods of greatness and other times just weren't that good. Now, loving an elevator, though, I would consider being one of their high points. Why? I think there's some great tempo changes in the song. The rhythm is fantastic, the vocals, the harmonies, it's got high energy and, Dude, if anybody enjoy some epic pounding drums, you get punched...

...in the face here. is even some sneaky harmonica in. They're a breakdown with a jam section, so there's a little bit for everybody. Are The lyrics the most well polished thing in the world? No, but, like I said earlier, it's all about letting your hair down. It's well to have a little bit of fun, okay, and this song is all about that. Plus we get the chanting. I always say chanting will win and make a hit. So when you get everybody and mass to say whoa yeah, people are singing along in their car or, if they're an elevator, doing something unspeakable. But yes, drue I truly believe that going down loving an elevator is a hit. All right, how about you, my friend? What do you say, drew? Yeah, so you know, back in you know, eighty nine and ninety, this song was everywhere and if you watch MTV for like an hour or two, odds are this videos popping up, like it was you couldn't get away from it. But does that mean the song is a legit hit? I will say this. The music, I feel, is good. I appreciate Joe Perry's Solo and and, like you said, that little jam section was good, and I'm also a fan of Gibson Guitars. The lyrics, they're okay. I can get behind those as being a hit. But what I think my issue is is Steven Tyler's voice. Much like the Red Hot Chili peppers, I can't just throw throw on Arrowsmith all Willy Nilly and enjoy it. I need to be in the mood to listen to them because of his voice, very similar to Anthony Kids. Now, both bands are amazing musicians, but their singers can sometimes it's weird, like they can go nails on a chalkboard. For me, I it's tough to explain like I can't just randomly listen to the Rude Chili peppers. I have to be like, you know what, do I want to listen to the Chili peppers right now? Yes or no? I have to actually like think about it, which is kind of odd. An aerosmith, for me, is the same way, and both bands, like I...

...said, they're both talented and amazing musicians. And I will also give tyler credit. Watching his video again for the first time in almost thirty years, which is really weird to say in general, but watching a then forty one year old Steven Tyler Essentially Air Bang anything within a Twell foot radius gives me hope that I still have some magic left. But even all of that, when a song comes on that I need to be in the mood to listen to, I don't think that qualifies it as a hit. If the question is what it takes off the same album is a legit hit, my answer is absolutely yes. This voice doesn't Pierce My skull on that one, but love an elevator does, and it's and sometimes I can listen to it and be okay with it, other times I can't. Now did I get nostalgic watching a video. Absolutely can this hit. Can a song be a hit based on this dolgia alone? No, you need more than that. And, with that being said, I say this song is not a hit. WHOA, I'll think it's a I'm not saying it's a terrible song, I just don't think it's an actual hits. Wow, so holy I think Tyler's Tyler's voice. It just grates on me sometimes. Yeah, I'm slightly surprised you would say that to be yes, yeah, I'm really surprised. What am I talking about? Slightly surprised just because of the the the nature of the tune. Like I said, it's a it's a punch in the face, let's freaking go, rock song that has a lot of unique elements to it and a lot of parts that are really identifiable for a lot of people. Yeah, so, but it's it's I don't know, it's I think for the Bains what you're saying, it's just Steven Tyler's vocals. If you would put another singer in there singing the same lyrics, same style, you'd be more agreeable to it correct. Yeah, yeah, and now I do. I still want Steven Tyler in the video air banging everything. Yes, just I still have one vocals. He was forty one years old. I think to me that like amazes me, you know. And at the time...

...when I was watching it, right back in eighty nine or ninety, I know, I never really occurred to me that this guy is essentially like my age now doing all that stuff like it's amazing. And again I'm pretty sure that video was in fact sponsored by cocaine. I cannot move like that at all. Also, nowhere near skinny is that guy. But that probably made a move. But I mean, what's the what's the pill everybody now has to take for the mail enhandsman? What is that called? Biagram by? Thank you, I'm glad you knew that so quickly. But yeah, he was like the Anti aggrammate. So the cocaine got a move it. But I don't if cocaine helps you perform in the bedroom or in the elevator or wherever you choose to whatever you see fit, but it makes you move around this stage like that. Holy Shit, that guy was everywhere. Yeah, yeah, totally, but here's the thing. He's always been like that and correct he is. I think he's in Hell of a front man. He is a really I mean we're talking about the upper echelon of lead singers for bands. He's got to be on that list. As far as just promoting and being out there and being fun and spontaneous and having a good attitude and getting the crowd going everything. Absolutely no, yeah, I would absolutely agree. And there are there are songs. Like I said, we're his voice doesn't bug me that just this one it did. And and again. It's weird because like sometimes I can listen to it and be okay with it, but there's the I think, the majority of times around like fucking Steven Tyler. But again, there there's a there's a lot of airsmith songs that I do like. This one, it's this one's like fifty for me. I would say it's an and and because of that I'm like, that's why I just don't think it's a hit. Yeah, he actually had like two distinct periods of his vocal style where when he was younger it was much different than in the s and s and until now, and it very noticeable, you know what I mean. So you might even have some fans who might prefer that earlier sound. But yeah, but no, listen to I can agree with you to we made the red hot chili peppers analogy because that, yeah,...

...any Keyedis is a great example of someone there I can tolerate in certain circumstances or certain doses, and even albums, like if you played blood sugar, sex magic, I'm in. I'm there for the whole run, man, but just again, this is my personal opinion. Californication. I'm like, yeah, I can listen to a song here are there, but it wears on me, you know, so I can, I can pick up what you're putting down here. Yeah, and the same thing with them. Yeah, there's a handful of songs that I, you know, like and can and can listen to pretty much whenever. But there's a lot of songs where I'm like, I don't want to listen to that today just because another and it's not like my Moodish, just I don't feel like listening to Anthony Keyedis and his you know, also almost is weird style. He's like a Doodoo Doo Ba. I'm like that there's another scatting. Look at that. Oh, I said the s word. Oh, Oh, you didn't. I mean. So I'M gonna call the FCC Dave said the dollar. You gotta put a dollar in this scat jar. What if? I don't know the song that you're talking about specifically here, but what if, during that song, Steven Tyler jumped out of nowhere and dry humped Anthony Keatis? You think that might improve the song at all? Or No, no, okay, no, no, save it. It's doomed. You know. You know what, you know what video he should have been in. Give it away, because right that video was kind of like crazy, right, and if you just had, you know, you had like flee do whatever he was, Anthony Keid is doing his like dancing, and then you just had like Steven Tyler in the background, painted gold like everybody else does, like dry umping something or like wearing scarf, like gold scarves, just like dry something. That, I think, that is this picture. That's something we need to make happens. My Mind's eye saw that happen. Is the most glorious thing of all time. Holy cow from an ammiate tissue. Someone make...

...that happen. Yeah, please, no one. Make that. He have great listeners, we have wonderful fans and I am begging you, I implore anybody listen to this show right now, cut that together and make it into a gift or a meme or something, or small video. I would, I would love you forever. I'll tell you what. Yeah, if anybody can do that and put it together, we will. I will mail you a song's gone wrong. Stop, perfect, perfect, there we go. See that right. So you can, you can make that happen. We will. We will send some swag your Oh, that's great. Yeah, I wholeheartedly endorse that to the ten power. Please, someone do that and get a free sticker, because free stickers are also incredibly awesome. Yes, they are. Yes, all right, they we still have we still have work to do. Man, we are split here. I ribs her, you said yes, you said yes, this is a hit. I said No. So that means take it to the fans. Yeah, let's go see what they got to say. Now, the fans, I got to be honest. They they agree with you here, Dave, and a whopping eighty percent said yes, nice, this is a legit hit. So there we have it. Two thirds vote. I guess I'm got man out on this one, but loving and loving and elevator is in fact a hit. Yeah, totally. I'm glad people had the sense to know that this was totally a great tune. I mean, yeah, it's not something I'm going to put on every day, but when it comes on, yeah, man, I can get down with it, and now I might even be inspired to now. I shouldn't say that out loud. I just keep that private, but I was gonna say I don't want to know about that dry hump something. So, but yeah, so, anyway. Yeah, we also got some feedback to so at waking robot said it's a hit. It's catchy and has the right energy. It's got that thing of hits from that period. Definitely not a bad song, even in my book. Aerosmith just kind...

...of had limited appeal to me. M and Melinda Barnett at Melinda Barnett said maybe it's my irrational fear of elevators. Maybe it's the fear of something like that trying to make love to me an elevator. I just can't pass. So she's not a big Stephen Tyler fan trying to make love to hern an elevator. I guess I wouldn't want to be in an elevator after Steven Tyler's been in there. No, you know, I don't want to be in any room where he was previously unless it's been thoroughly d last thing would fail the black light test over again. Yeah, lice all this shit out of that. Oh yeah, big time, Yep, and I'm sorry, you'd lie Sol it. need go out, grab the live soul, and you know what happened. So nobody's immune. It just can't stop the Guy. He's in the same no, I'm in as him in his scarves. Yes, to which I want to start a scarve collection as another request the fans, you guys want to send as scarves, please do that as well and contact us or if any of our listeners actually have scarf collections, let's see him. Send us some pictures. Yes, send us a picture and you can send it right to our twitter account at songs gone you can tweet at us there, at songs gone. You could drop us an email, sgw podcast at gmailcom, or you could always visit our website, songs gone wrongcom. If you want to suggest a song, we can do you want to support the podcast, it's all there. Totally. Well, thanks to Gary for listening to songs gone wrong. And don't forget, guys, stop try humping things, please.

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