Remember when you ran away And I got on my knees And begged you not to leave Because I'd go beserk Well you left me anyhow And then the days got worse and worse And now you see I've gone Completely out of my mind And they're coming to take me away ha-haaa They're coming to take me away ho ho hee hee ha haaa To the funny farm Where life is beautiful all the time And I'll be happy to see those nice young men In their clean white coats And they're coming to take me away ha haaa You thought it was a joke And so you laughed You laughed when I said That losing you would make me flip my lid Right? The resulting was adopted on June 4, 1814. He had learned a way to alter the pitch of a track using a a tape speed control. Demento's Delights, then in subsequent Dr. Although financially hard pressed, he refused to and accept a pension from Bonaparte. It shows Napolean holding a stiff, unoccupied dog leash. I've heard it sometimes on Oldies stations.
That quote up there is probably the most sensible lyrics in the whole song. If you look it up on imDb, he went by the name 'Mickey Braddock. Most of my friends like it even one who generally hates songs of this variety. I find the details on the making of this song just as amusing as the song itself. The Book of Rock Lists.
In either case with a mono or stereo machine , if you simply recorded onto a blank tape in one direction, leaving the reverse direction blank, and turned the reels over on the same machine to reverse the direction of play of the tape, you would get, not backwards-playback, but only silence. The principal drum pattern was crafted by looping a ten-second piece of tape, and Samuels varied the speed of the vocals to simulate the off-the-rails state of a man going crazy while keeping the background tempo constant. It engendered great controversy and only stayed in the Top 20 for five weeks, partially because many radio stations withdrew the record from their playlists, possibly because of complaints from concerned parents and other righteous citizens. It re-entered the Top 100 seven years later on August 26th, 1973 at position 94, it stayed on the Top 100 for 4 weeks, peaking at 87. You know you laughed I heard you laugh. I'm gonna buy me a dog'.
You laughed You laughed and laughed and then you left But now you know I'm utterly mad And they're coming to take me away ha haaa They're coming to take me away ho ho hee hee ha haaa To the happy home with trees and flowers and chirping birds And basket weavers who sit and smile and twiddle their thumbs and toes And they're coming to take me away ha haaa I cooked your food I cleaned your house And this is how you pay me back For all my kind unselfish, loving deeds Ha! It could be talking to a dog or a person. He did not return until July 8, after Waterloo. It entered the at number 87. After Marshal Michel Ney defected to Napoleon on March 17, 1815, the King fled to. That's the simple way to do it -- now for the more complicated way. So you could just play the tape in reverse, without having to re-thread it. So if you recorded something on only one side of a blank tape with a stereo recorder, and reversed the reel to play it back on a mono player, only the right channel would come out, and in reverse.
After 41 years we're still singing and enjoying it. It dropped not due to lack of interest, but due to mental health experts stating the song was too real and that Samuels was being exploited somehow, and got it banned on radio. A weird song, sure, but a lot of fun. Technically, it is the only rap song I even tolerate well, you could stretch it to say it's rap! Well you just wait They'll find you yet and when they do They'll put you in the A. Side B not only is the same tune played backwards, but the entire label is pressed onto the vinyl backwards, including the Warner Brothers logo! I've been known to utter similar lines of exasperation when I come home and have to clean up after a dog. Cover of the Rhino Records co. It was included on a single two years later on the Collectables label.
As he did this, he gradually reduced the tape speed and slowly returned it to normal speed while reciting the lyrics in time with the relative speed of the drum track. Swedish death industrialists included a version of the song on their 2005 recording. You know you laughed I heard you laugh. It was a perfect 'inside joke'; listen when Mickey sings 'but I can teach a dog to do that. In addition, a siren is heard when the voice gets higher, and then, dissipates when it's back to the regular voice. As with the original release, the labels for the reissue's B-side also included mirror-imaged print except for the disclaimer, record catalog, and track master numbers. But, then again, the guy who recorded it just says it's a joke.
Wish I still had that original, but I have the song on a Dr. I bet it'd be funnier hearing the bacikwards recording. For the life of me I cant remember the characters or the situation of this one and I can't find it in my files so if any may have downloaded it or saved it in some manner please let me know. It might be an extension of the stuff about being insane, because he thinks his dog laughed at him. Did both artist sample something common? They're coming to take me away, ha ha, They're coming to take me away, To the funny farm, where life is beautiful all the time, And I'll be happy to see those nice young men in their clean, white coats And they're coming to take me away. I was ten years old and all my friends memorized the lyrics and would drive our parents crazy reciting them over and over and over. Please help by checking for citation inaccuracies.
Considering its title, For God's Sake, Stop the Feces! When the tape was turned over to record on the 'other side,' the 2nd and 4th quarters of the tape width got recorded, because they were now in the positions of the 3rd and 1st quarters, respectively. You can only train elephants'. It seems to describe my own form of madness. Anyway I was hoping for a little help. He means it either way- it could be to an exasperating dog or an exasperating human, but it began with a human being in mind and then he changed it so it could be either way. When the Allied armies entered Paris in March 1814, the brilliant diplomatist Talleyrand was able to negotiate the restoration, and on May 3, 1814, Louis was received with jubilation by the war-weary Parisians.