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Episode · 1 year ago

Thrift Shop by Macklemore and Ryan Lewis

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Drew and Dave both like them some thrift shops, but do they like the song Thrift Shop by Macklemore? This massive hit gets put to the test as they dig into Macklemore's album The Heist to decide if this song is a legit hit or a Song Gone Wrong.

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Everyone, and welcome to songs gone wrong, where we, along with you, the fans, the 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 Dave Schultz. Mr Schultz, how are you doing today? I am fantastic. Thank you for asking, and I'm really happy that we're talking about a group tonight whose name, at least in my mind. I don't know about anybody else out there, but it's really enjoyable to say, especially if you try to say it like you're a gangster from the s. That is that? So you want to sample of it right now, please? I want to hear it. Yeah, yeah, who killed you? A Fada? Oh, is that dirty Rab Maclamore? Yeah, definitely does have a Mac like an old like an old school, like a s mobster kind of named to it. Yeah, totally. You So, I'm you agree with me on this right right to I will say that. Yes, awesome. Okay, show over. Thanks, guys. Okay, all right, guys, and tune in for next episode. We Kid, we kid. Now we have, we have plenty to talk about this episode, for sure, but if you haven't done so already. Make sure you hit subscribe to make sure you get all of our episodes when they come out, which in fact, is twice a week, and you can leave us a five star review. That would be deeply appreciated. And you guys can also follow us on twitter at songs gone or drop us an email at sgw podcast at gmailcom, or just visit our website, songs gone...

...wrongcom, where you can find all sorts of goodness, such as all of our rankings and where we have the songs on there, whether they were hits or not, also ways where you can help support our podcast. So make sure you guys go visit songs gone wrongcom. Yes, I highly recommend it, by the way. That comes on my highest recommendation ever, ever, ever, it's a great website, best website. So good, so good. But you know, it's even better. What thrift shot by Maclamore, because that is what Yo, yeah, that is what we were talking about today. Okay, now you mean you mean thrift shop by Maclamore? Man Maclamore? Yeah, man, man Lamoire. Yeah, all right, cool, let's get into it. Let's see, I say we do. Now. Thrift shop by maclamore also featuring Michael Wansley, Aka wands, who, like maclamore's, also from Seattle. This song was off the album the heist and it came out in two thousand and twelve, which actually makes me, I feel like this song makes me feel old, because I feel like the song to me is new or newer, but it's eight years old now, which I feel like like if I listen to a song from the S or s and it's like, Oh, it's thirty or forty years ago, I'm like, yeah, I already know that it's, you know, an older song. I get it. But this song I've to me I feel like, Oh, this came out like two or three years ago. No Way, it's almost coming up on ten years now. So that I feel like that. Boy, that really no man. I feel you, because I recently took a road trip and I put on a station that said they were going to play Classic Rock, and they did to a degree. I mean I heard like Jesse's girl, but then they would play black hole soun by sound garden and I went wait, hold the phone, is this really happening to me right now? But when you look in the context of time, yes, I suppose it makes sense, but something that's come out in the last ten years. Dude, I often lose track of time and I'm surprised,...

...really surprised, like you, that it is as old as it is. Yeah, I and I remember when it came out and yeah, I know, definitely just I don't know, feels a lot newer than what it is, and maybe that's maybe that's just because the song is great and this song is still fresh. That's what it is. Maybe, no, maybe not, I don't know. I was trying, I was. Okay, sure. So thrift shop was written by Ben Haggarty and Ryan Lewis and, like I said, the song came out in two thousand and twelve Dave, what are some of your memories of this song? One of the wonderful things about doing the show with you, drew, is that you expose me to artists and music that maybe I've heard of before, but I never really took a deep dive into or even any kind of dive whatsoever, and I mean literally, like sticking my toe into the water to test the temperature, and that is the case here with maclam war. I mean I've heard about him in the wind, but I never stopped to give him a sample. So my memories are basically of you, my friend. Oh, I feel honored. Yeah, we're like kind of running towards each other slow motion in a field with, you know, with thrift shop playing in the background. Maybe again, I don't know if that's really appropriate or not, but may not. Maybe not. What this for that moment, right before we embrace in this field of gold, maclam war pops up, he goes hey, guys, and I go you. If you go, you, and there we are. There it is maclamore making dreams happen. Okay, yeah, that that I might buy. Sure. Yeah, I mean I don't. For me personally, I don't remember the first time I heard it, but I remember when I did hear I was hooked and I also, like I said, I also really find this hard to believe. This song came out in two thousand and twelve. Definitely feels a lot more more recent. But this song stuck with me because I used to love going to thrift stores and I was in college and one of my good friends, he actually one who got me Hook my friend Jeff got me hooked on going to those thrift stores.

And when Jan's says I only got twenty dollars in my pocket. That was literally me in college and I could get about four shirts for that amount. And Yeah, well, yeah, it was. Well, was either shirts or beer for that for that week. So yeah, but so one funny story rite. So my friend that I were out at a bar and he had some I forget what it was. You had some schools lacrosse shirt on. Now. He never played Lacrosse ever. Him and I actually played baseball in college, but neither of US had any idea what or where that school was. He had no idea what what university or school that was from. Never played the cross never had any idea, you know, what was going on with that school. So we're out at a bar and after a few drinks, those guys, you know sitting next to us says, Hey, you play Lacrosse there? So my friends said, yeah, I played there a couple of years ago and the other guy was like really, I thought that was an all girls school. So instead of admitting he was busted, he just doubled down and said yeah, the schools now open to everyone. So yeah, the guy left us alone after that. But I always love getting the most random shirts at those stores and they always like fit nicely too. I don't know why, but they also always had this like odd smell to them. But like a few washes and you were good to go. So I what I was what I would like to hear from our listeners. Have you ever gone to a thrift store and what are some of your best purchases you've gotten from a thrist or? I Love I would love to hear that. So, if you still have it, you know, send a picture over to us, you know, to our twitter page or our email and yeah, I like to hear what you guys, what you guys have come up with their can I also throw a suggestion out there for people do it? May Not have gone thrift shopping much in the past. Shirts, they're great, they're wonderful, you just mentioned they fit good. They might smell a little funky, but he'll wash them. Avoid People's pants. I never use, use pants or use shorts ever, ever, ever, ever, there's no way in hell I would ever buy those from a thrift store. Yeah, I agree with you. I never bought pants unless it was...

...like, for I was trying to put like a costume together, then I would do but I again, I was only wearing it like once or twice. Yeah, but I would. But I've never bought like actual pants there. Yeah, but shirts, man, I bought don't even know how many shirts I bought. I bought one from I think it. I think it was like an Arizona cardinals football camp t shirt one time. Uh Huh. It was like Arizona Cardinals football camp like participation t shirt or something like that. So I wore that out seeing if anybody would notice. Hey, and that's all finding good, but when we start talking about where people put their into speakables and then you do the same, I don't know, man, just my mind gets wrapped up in that and I can't do it. So that's a general rule I personally use. That might be beneficial to other people out there. Who knows? I mean you obviously not. Yeah, I have no problem like that. No, promised. Sure, it's pants, like I said, if it's for a costume on wearing once or twice the no, no, not even first if I have I ever, if I went if I went out, if I went out and I saw the blue or the orange like Tuxedos from dumb and Dummer, I would buy the entire thing and I would wear the pants, the shirt, the jacket, everything I would do, I would wear all of it. That's the kind of life you're going to have. Sorry, buddy, that's fine, that's fine, I can but this song hit. This is a number one song, Dave. This song hit number one on the US hot one hundred. You had number one, buddy, wow, February second two thousand and thirteen. And before you get into some of the rest of the chart numbers, here's some more numbers that I think you'll really appreciate. This song has been streamed over six hundred and twenty two million times on spotify. That's insane. That's like that's like everybody in the United States listening to this song twice just about. That's how popular this song is. It's I don't know if I buy that, though. You know well, I mean, no, I get it. I shouldn't say I don't buy it, because I do. Okay, that's a legit stat, but recently my kid has been talking to Alexa...

...and asking her to play a song and it's like maybe eight or nine times a day he requests this song. I'm mean, there are ways to kind of beef up those numbers right kind of pump them up. Oh, I'm not. I'm not saying, you know, everybody in the United States has listened to it twice, but I'm I just put that number out there to help you know, draw, you know, it, to help paint a picture. I understand. How many times. Yeah, I mean, I mean honestly, I've listened. I've listened to this song I don't even know how many times. Three Thousand Times three, and that's just as weeks. Yeah, that's going to say it, you know, Geez Louise. Yeah, but so, like I said, this song was number one on the hot one hundred February, swo two thousand and thirteen. Here's the rest of that top five. It is a pretty good top five actually. Okay, yeah, thrift yeah, thrift shop at number one. Locked out of heaven by Bruno Mars at too. Good Song, Ho Hey by the luminaires at number three. Good Song, suit and tide by Justin timber like in Jay Z at four, and I knew you were trouble, by Taylor Swift. Why I'm missing in the house. I love it, number five. So that's a pretty good top five there. And there was also some nights by fun at eighteen. This is a I feel like this one is destined to be on our show, gangum style by Pie at number thirty one. I feel we probably should make that one happen. Or if you got or if you guys would like to make it happen, by all means you can send this a note and they know throw a couple bucks our way. So fourth the show, we'll move it to to the top of the class Yep, I will. I will wait. By MUMFORD and sons. That's a good song. At thirty two, radioactive. By imagine dragons at thirty six and call me. Maybe was forty one at that time. So I feel like guy, I remember a lot of those songs that I'm pretty good. Yeah, well, that's like the commute to work, top forty playlist, you know. So, yeah, that's why it's it's up. Yeah, Stevens, Yep, shadows Stevens. Yeah. So, like I said, this song, thrift shop, was on the album the heist. Now, how...

...does this song compare to the rest of the album? That's kind of something we like to talk about and dig into to see. Is this song similar to the other songs on the album, or does it stand out in some way or, you know, is it just kind of like Rinse and repeat? song similar, that they just kind of follow a particular formula and this one just happened to stick. So we like to kind of talk about all those things to see, you know, what happened here. Now, first of all, the one thing I want to bring up before we even get into this. This album was released on maclamore's independent label, which is Maclamore LLC, and he had distribution handled by the ADA. Like, how cool is that? This is a fucking independent album. That's I mean, that's impressive, very impressive. Okay, and overall this album, Percy, I think it's amazing. It starts off with the song tenzero hours, which is the qube like more like a serious song, talking about, you know, just putting in the time and how, you know, the old tenzero hours is what it takes to master something right. And also tenzero hours was the B side the thrift shop, and I love that song. I love the line where he says the greats weren't great because at birthday could paint. The greats were great because they paint a lot. So I know I'm a big fan of that song, very it's inspirational and it just shows you know, you put in that time, you'll get good. The next song can't hold us, featuring Rai dalt and. It's a great hype song. I love that song. Also hit number one on the US billboard hot one hundred. So this album had two number one songs on their pretty impressive. Then we have three shop in the three spot and then thin line, another good song with some serious content about having health the relationships. Then we have same love, featuring Mary Lambert, another great song about the issue of gay and Lesbian Rights, and this single hit eleven on the US billboard hot one hundred. So's it's a great song. It's it talks about some serious stuff. They're another single on the yeah, another you're very good message. Another single on the album was white walls, featuring schoolboy Q and Hollis. That hit number fifteen...

...on the US billboard hot one hundred. And the rest of the album is great. I'm not going to get an every single song except one song, which is called my, Oh my. Now this song, at least for me anyway, it hit me at all angles. So basically the song talks about how maclamore played little league as a kid. Love listening to the mariners on a radio. He talks about the ninety five divisional series between the mariners and the Yankees and then he ends the song with like a baseball analogy to living life. And, like I said, this song gives me all the feels in a few ways, and one of which is nostalgia. Right as I love thinking about when I was a kid playing a little league and be Ruth so much fun. You know, I missed those days always, you know, put the smile on my face. I now he talks about the ninety five series. I remember that because it made me cry because I'm a Yankees Fan and that was don maddingly's last season and the way the Yankees lost that serious to the mariners absolutely broke my heart. But the lyrics are put together well and the music really does a proper job of enhancing the mood here. So while I love frift shop, Myo my is hands down my favorite song on this album. But getting back to thrift shop, you know there's a lot of serious discussion of issues on this album, but frift shop is a little bit lighter, although they do I think have a little bit of a point behind it. But yeah, I think frift shop stands away a little bit because I feel like it is a bit more lighthearted, but still, I think while written. Any thoughts from you on that, drew? I can appreciate your fandom for the artist and your respect for the album as a whole. So I just want to talk about this song in particular and first and foremost it being an introduction for me to their music, and for that reason I must state to you sadly, I know this is going to break your heart, but I wasn't very impressed. I found the song to be very repetitive. The lyrics were fun, they were quirky, but it...

...wasn't something that imaginative or maybe even outlandish to catch my attention or to say, okay, these guys, they're putting their flag on the moon, this is what they do, I should go back and listen to more of their back catalog or even the rest of this album. To be perfectly honest, I thought it wasn't even much better than some of these independent artists I'd hear rapping on soundcloud. So the flow didn't really hook me in very much. That being said, it wasn't terrible. It wasn't horrible, but I do not believe in my case this was the proper song to get to know maclamore. By I mean well, I mean I think this was, as might have been a lot of people's intro to him, and that's fine. You know, I did. For me it was my introduction to him and I and for me I enjoyed the song. I thought it was fun and again, I I I also have, you know, a little bit of a connection to like going to thrift shops and stuff, so I kind of thought it was funny that I started listening to us like, Oh, this is actually pretty hilarious. And then, I don't know, then, for me, that I got into the rest of the stuff and I was a little surprised about how serious a lot of his other stuff was. So it was it was interesting, you know, just like the difference. Like it kind of reminds me a little bit of the, you know, that band extreme from the early S, Gary Sharone, Nuno Betoncourt. Sure a lot of people like the introduction to them was more than in words, which is a awesome song. Again, I wouldn't mind talking about that song here guys. If ayby wants to make that happen again, you know, visit our website. Songs going wrongcom shameless plug. But you know, a lot of people also, you know, heard that song and we're like, Oh, this song is so great, let's look at let's listen to the rest of the album. Those guys are, you know, I don't know if I call them like a metal band, but they're definitely a hard rock band. And the rest of that out. First of all, that album was called Porno graffiti, so the little bit of a risk a type name, but they're a lot of their other stuff is, you know, pretty heavy and new know can tread over there. So I feel like this is kind of the...

...same way. Like you hear this song and then you hear the rest of his stuff and you're like, Holy Shit, it's a little bit different, but he still has a lot of good beats, I will say that. But lyrically, I personally I think the lyrics are great. A few of my favorite lines are rolling in hello deep, headed to the Mezzanine, dressed in all pink, set my gator shoes. Those are green. I love that. There's that line always cracks me up. I love this Art Kelly disc and in the video it's absolutely hilarious the way they kind of, you know, visualize that. I like when Jan's says I'll wear your grand dad's clothes. I look incredible. I'm in this big ass coat from the thrift shop down the road. That's so good, that's so good now, yeah, but it's not. It's not. Okay, all right again, I understand this was a change of pace for them and we you don't know that. You just kind of look at it and go, yeah, they're just being silly or whatever. And then when I start thinking about a hip hop artist who might have that really strange, interesting way of writing lyrics, my mind immediately goes to cool Keith Dr Octagon, right, that's the first person I think of. So that's it. That's a hard act to follow when I'm already kind of going well, yeah, as funny as Quirky, but it's something like this. Now. It's not really that creative. But listen, drew, I watch antiques road show, okay, I follow them on twitter. I know how cool the thrift shop is. I don't need Mac lamore telling me that's a cool place to be. I go there I shot up there by Nick nacks there. You know I'm all about the chotchkey's baby. Come on, guys, but that's you though. Right. And and there's one other line where he says limited edition. Let's do some simple addition and fifty for a t shirt. That's just some ignorant bitch shit, which that line right there, I think, actually really gets to the heart of this song. Now, I know you said you're a big fan of antiques road show. Sure, but a lot of rap songs right bring up how fancy their stuff is, right, they talk about Jewelryes, suits, expensive cars. You know, those are often topics and rap songs the malclamore saying,...

Hey, guys, you don't need that. Find Your own style and you can do that and not have to drop fifty bucks for one t shirt. Now, I mean, and again you, I feel like both of us, you know, agree on that. Right. We don't need to, you know, spend a lot of money on fancy clothes. We're not really care about that. But when you listen to like the genre and like music in general, it's a lot of it's about like fancy and I kind of like going to extremes whereas maclamore's like, you don't need that, and I think that's where I think that's where he kind of gets you a little bit. Yeah, I'm not about the flash with my clothing, even though I do happen to. Do you know? It's one of those things where I say to someone, Oh, you need to spend thirty bucks in a t shirt. Yeah, I'll go out and we're both baseball fans and I will spend thirty on a red sock shirt when I don't need another red sock shirt. Do you know what? I know? You know nobody needs any other red sock shirts. And just to kind of do some fast checking here, you know, shut up. So you know, I did hear that. I'm actually I'm looking at something else right now because I do want to check this out. Is I am on Maclamore's official site right now, and I said their name properly because I have a little, as I say, a little bit of respect, because their shirts are not fifty dollars. They are somewhat reasonably priced here, from anywhere from twenty five to thirty dollars. So I guess they you know, they practice what they preach. Good for you, maclamo. Yeah, and I'll tell you what, while Maclamore is a solid musician, I think you might even be a better financial advisor. So he's got he's got skills. Okay. Well, so it seems like you were also looking for a life coach and some of the lyrics they're so on the album, out of the song, but, you know, over all, so he's got a or they because clear this up for me right with the with the Ryan Lewis, is that like a permanent team, or...

...is it just maclamore with him every once in a while, or kind of I'm the on they had it. Fill me in. Yeah, so they both worked on that album together. Ryan was more, you know, handling a lot of the writing with him as well as the music. Maclamore's is kind of them also involved, you know, with you know, with the music and the lyrics and stuff by he's the the voice, obviously, but yeah, Ryan Lewis is kind of Amnesta, like a background guy. Uh Huh. He's more of a background guy than you know maclamore is. Okay, but he still gets his name in the billing, which is very impressive. Correct. Yeah, okay, Yep, all right, so I think we covered off on a couple things here. I think we're ready for our final verdicts your Dave. So, Dave, do you think thrift shot by maclamore is a legit hit or do you think this song went wrong? I think it went wrong. I mean, I really can't get over the repetitive nature of the song, where you get that horn section kicking over and over and over again, and I don't even think there's like a little drop to change it for very long. So the whole song to me almost seems like you're in school and that one kid was tapping on the shoulder going hey, hey, hey, hey. To me that is thrift up by Mac Lamore, where I just can't get over the annoying, just really repetitive sound of the song. lyrically, wasn't blown away by it, but listen, I will give them another chance. I didn't do it this time and that's bad on me. I know I'm on a music podcast, I probably should have broaden my horizons a little bit, but I did just want to focus on this song and my thoughts on this tune alone, and this one just doesn't have it for me. Yeah, I would. I would definitely say check out my, Oh my, I know you're a baseball fan to and you read sock man. You just crapped on me, you jerk, I know, but I'm saying you might, you mightn't. That's right. You might enjoy that song because he's talked about the ninety five division of the series where the mariners actually beat the Yankees. So the Yankees lost in that particular series.

So you might get some enjoyment from it just from that. But more I'm mellow now, times of changed. Yeah, okay, so US red SOx fans we're chill breed now, many row for we're mellow, mellow people. But it's a good song. I mean that song is up there for me like all time. Like that song, I think, is that good. It's very it's, like I said, it hits you from a lot of different angles. But we're not talking about my Omi. Were talking about thrift shop and what I think about it is, you know, and then obviously right. I don't advise popping tags and shoplifting, but this song does have it all. I think that that saxophone riffle that you're talking about before, I like that Sax riff on loop. I think it's super catchy and it does kind of get stuck in your head and and and like that. Sax Riff, the course, is also in Stanley catchy. The versus, I think, are creative and the main point here is you don't need to have expensive clothes, their press anyone, because most people that are smart can see right through that bullshit. Or anybody worth having in your life only cares about you, not the superficial stuff. I think the song is a definite hit and well, makes the song even more impressive is that Maclamore did all this on his own independent label. This album won a grammy for best rap album and was also nominated for album of the year. And the Heist has sold over one point five million copies in the US. And I don't talk about the album, but the song thrift shop, I think, is a legit hit. Now, if I do our math, we have one person say it's a hit. We have one person say it's a song that went wrong. Yeah, which means what does that mean, Dave? We go into the fans, baby, we're going to toss this one over to the fans and as we calculate our vote here, seventy nine percent said yes, this is a legit hit. Wow, so, as always, democracy rules, two thirds vote. Okay, maclamore's thrift shop is a hit and we have some feedback to we have Jonathan O'Neil, who goes by at for tell...

...a Primo, said he liked it. So, Jonathan, I agree with you there. And Milinda Br night, who goes by at Melinda Barnett, said now it's going to be stuck in my head all day, which is not a bad thing. So yeah, well, there it is. Man, not bad for for her, but bad for a guy like me who and I think what I call it trumpet and you called it sacks, so I'm pretty sure you're accurate on this. But still, that was just, I can't do it, just a noise. You have a living crap out of me. It's like that was that Jennifer Lopez Song? Was it like can't can't stop or can't wait? What was the name of that song? where? And it had that like little horn section. Yea, it kept beatty, but ain't dean, and I was like stop, please, for the love of Christ, someone turn this off, because when something just keeps going on and on and on like that is grating on my soul. I need a little change it up, a little bit, you know, kind of I don't know, man like. I can appreciate you getting a groove, getting down, getting something, you know, a little Funky, having some fun. You're young, that's what you do. I'm an old man, I can't do that anymore. But the same time, it's like, I don't think it's very original. It drives me bonkers. That's fine, to which is our man. It better be fine. I know where you live now, that's right, you did, damn it. Yep, I'm in trouble. Yeah, now I'm in trouble. Yep, take you down to drift for shop. That does didn't come out of my mouth very smoothly. Thrift Shop, the store? Yeah, there's one not too far actually. I have yet to go there. I've only been what, I've been them in here for almost four years now in this new house, and I feel like I should take a drive over there one day. Yeah, see what they had tops. I'm not going to pop tags. No, don't pop tags, but I'M gonna go. Don't Never Jee hops like I'm gonna get the grossest items that anybody else could ever discard. Any thrift store for sale and like I mentioned pants earlier. But how about flip flops? Would...

...you wear someone's use lops, drew? Oh No, I know, you changed your time. I draw the lie. I draw the line there. Yeah, I draw the line there. So what's the difference between feet and someone's? You know, he stains. What I was gonna potential paste stained. Yeah, it's what I mean. It's just the fact that they that the boys the plumbing was there. No, you know, but feet, feet, what it does? Does it for you? That's the No. No, yeah, I draw the line. Of Flip flops. That's okay, no good. Other machange like I wear socks. It's not that bad. But flipflops, no, not happening you. How about you socks? Could you wear those? No, no, I would not. You shoes, you shoes. I would. Yeah, because he's a buffer, because you have the buffer of my own socks. That's right. Yeah, so, all right, I see what you say in there. There's a so you could. All right. So maybe, in the spirit of you, drew, I could wear someone else's use pants if I had a diaper on, you see. or No, or just like underalls. Well, you know what, some just came into my brain don't terrible summertime. Well, yeah, but I was thinking like me by saying, Oh, yeah, I wear a diapers, I could wear the pants. That kind of implies I don't wear underwear, that I'm kind of just going in there, you know, bare back. But that's not the case. I just need an extra you know, some some additional padding because, yeah, much like drew the flip flop thing, it's like the whole concept, the idea of yeah, some something else being in there, just I can't get over. Yeah, and I would not wear socks and flip flops. That's now. We don't. We don't do that around here. I'm with the person to send us a photo of their thrift shop scores on twitter and like check out these cool pants and sandals I got. And then me and you would like unison, like it's Friday, and ice cube and Chris Tucker were like, Damn, no, yeah, no, I you know, and if anybody has...

...gotten them, please send it over because I would like to see them. I'd be great. No, would you can get all kinds of great stuff in proof shops. Oh, I do. Yeah, just clothes. I know you can get like a lamp. Dude. I don't like like Borgi. You can get like some really awesome fucking board games at thrift shops too. I know. That's why I told you me. I Love Nick Knacks and Chotch keys. I go crazy for that stuff. When I go that I've been collecting lighthouses, like weird, just random lighthouse of the carved of wood. They could be made out of soap, doesn't matter me. I'm like, lighthouse, it's a dollar, I'm going to buy it. Do I need it? No, well, it's fun, but it's a dollar and it's fun. But and then they say that and right, and they say that in a song and he's like, but shit, it was ninety nine cents. See You, I feel like deep down you like this song. I don't know. You know what, how about this? I'm going to try listening to it while I'm in a thrift shop. Oh, that's next. Love Me. Well, Hey, I'm Meta. That's what I am, baby, and I will see if that impacts me. It all change my opinion. You could make it worse. I'm just warning you now. It may not get better, but we can give it a shot. All right, let's do it. Guaranteed. Cool. All right, I think that. I think that wraps it up. We come. Boy, we covered a lot on this episode. Holy Shit. Yeah, so what we do? Yeah, well, thanks for listening, everybody, and, as always, you can find us on twitter at songs gone you can drop us an emails, sgw podcast at gmailcom, or visit our website, songs gone wrongcom. And yes, if you have some great thrift store scores, by all means please, you know, either send us a picture over email or hit us up on twitter at songs gone and I would be great to see what everybody comes up with. And, as always, you guys want to suggest a song, you know, I guess. I visit our website, songs gone wrongcom, and we can make that happen for you. You can also help support the podcast, which is also great. Yeah. so that being said, everybody, thanks again for listening to songs gone wrong and always remember, do not pop tax.

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