Sunday, 25 December 2016

Hey Diddle Diddle (revealed)

Hey diddle diddle,
Mankind swindled out of his natural existence;

The cat and the fiddle,
The apex predator/financial elite maintain dominion through guise and obfuscation,
the independent hunter/thinker and the ability to have a creative outlet combine with-

The cow jumped over the moon.
-farming and domestication of animals to move humans out of the madness of hack and slash times-

The little dog laughed,
-as the small pack animal that is a domesticated man found peace and time for entertainment based enjoyment-

To see such fun,
-within an extended narrative of the new human condition afforded by civilisation allowing people to be kept controlled within hopeful and diversional fictions-

And the dish ran away with the spoon.
-whilst those whom hold the sustenance for all within their powerplay inevitably go to bed with those that dole it out; they sit on the money pot out of view: all are contained within the swindle, the lie ...

Wednesday, 12 October 2016

Baa Baa Blacksheep (my take)

Baa, baa, black sheep,
Those who are different to the "normal",

Have you any wool?
Have you anything to offer?

Yes, sir, yes, sir,
Of course I say to those who would preside over me,

Three bags full;
Three interests abated;

One for the master,
For the powers that be,

And one for the dame,
For my partner,

And one for the little boy
And for my progeny

Who lives down the lane.
Who inherit the future.

Sunday, 23 December 2012

The Sexual Symbolism of: She'll Be Comin' 'Round the Mountain (Not for Kids!)

Warning to those who are offended by technical/medical sexual language; and children should definitely ask their parents to read this article first, before reading any further.

The deeper meaning, symbology, and keys to unlocking the song "She'll be coming 'round the mountain".

This ditty evolved out of the song "When the Chariot Comes" and I firmly believe it was rewritten to specifically have a sexual double entendre. Here follows my interpretation of the song:

She'll be coming 'round the mountain when she comes,
Mountain equals penis or mounting (sexual riding). Coming equals cumming (orgasm). 

She'll be ridin' six white horses when she comes, 
She'll be driving six white horses when she comes,
Ridin' is sexual meaning, six white horses equals strokes of ejaculation.

Oh we'll all come out to meet her when she comes,  
Oh, we'll all go out to meet her when she comes,
Come out equals ejaculation. Suggestions of promiscuity.

She'll be wearing red pyjamas when she comes,
Possibly reference to virgin sex, or something to do with menstruation (inferring promiscuity again).

We will kill the old red rooster when she comes,
Rooster/cock equals penis; loss of erection due to being spent. Suggests simultaneous orgasm.

We'll all be shoutin' "Halleluja" when she comes, 
We'll all sing hallelujah when she comes,
Post-coital exultations.

She'll be comin' down a road that's five miles long,
Could be a reference to a five inch penis. Or joke about 5 minute coitus.

Miscellaneous variation:

She will have to sleep with Grandma, (Snore)
Is grandma the only way she'll get peace from the advances of men?

(She snores!
Scratch, scratch, Hi babe!
Whoa back! Toot, toot!)
Man manages to lure out the girl from Grandma's bedroom?

She will bring us to the portals when she comes,
Is portal vagina?

We will all have chicken and dumplings when she comes, (Yum yum)
Penis and testes. Oral sex.

I personally sang this song as a child and had no idea as to the deeper meaning of the verses. I would say it can continue to be a childrens' favourite, but I (and you now) will no longer listen to it in the same way. I would just say, continue to enjoy and have a little giggle . . . tee hee :)

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Monday, 17 December 2012

Cocaine: Revealed: by JJ Cale/Eric Clapton

The deeper meaning, symbology, and keys to unlocking the song "Cocaine" by JJ Cale/Eric Clapton.

I must stress that I haven't tried the drug cocaine, and that this is all hypothetical.

I kind of see this song as a direct symbolic representation of the experience one would go through on the drug cocaine. When one first hears the song one assumes this song is glamorising cocaine, the first line reinforces this assumption enough when followed by the second for the listener to assume the following lyrics are glamorising too, and one switches off and enjoys the song based on this.

But the second line when listened to more closely opens up the possibility the song isn’t so positive about the drug “If you wanna get down” Yes I do. “down on the ground” not really, but I’ll ignore that. So on these terms the experience of the song is analogous to the experience of taking the drug.

The song for me is one designed to convince you that at first, it is indeed glamorising the drug cocaine, and obviously if one likes to take cocaine and enjoys it then one is likely to assume a positive spin on this song, and enjoy the song as such. But after a few years of using the drug cocaine one is going to be in no doubt that habitual use is not positive, one may even revisit this song with negative feelings about cocaine, and then look at the song in a different way, and reassess it as being not so positive. And then realisation of the ambiguousness of the lyrics causes this person to dig deeper, look for deeper meaning here and realise that this song is in fact an anti-cocaine ditty. I may be wrong, but I have a sneaky suspicion that this is why Clapton chose to cover the song; because it is clever and evolves in the mind of the listener/drug taker much as the evolution of one's attitude towards a drug addiction that is turning from great at first, to inevitably negative and bad.

It evolves from verse to verse. From listening to listening. And possibly from year to year throughout addiction if the listener doesn't hear its truth until they experience that truth for themselves (a bit like peoples inability to empathise until they have experienced pain for themselves).

The song is very intelligent and perfectly or luckily weighted; bravo JJ!

Here follows my personal interpretation of the lyrics; which kind of provides the keys to unlocking the deeper -negative- meaning of the song. "Cocaine" is definitely an anti-cocaine song.

If you wanna hang out youve got to take her out; cocaine.
If you want to go out, you’ve got to cut it out (stop taking)
If you want to kill yourself, you’ve got to take plenty
If you wanna get down, down on the ground; cocaine.
If you want depression, to be on your knees
She don't lie, she don't lie, she don't lie; cocaine.
It’ll expose all your weaknesses

If you got bad news, you wanna kick them blues; cocaine.
If you have problems, and you want to ignore them, sweep under carpet (make worse)
When your day is done and you wanna run (on); cocaine.
When you have a really serious big problem And you want to run away from it
When you have a really serious big problem and you want to perpetuate it
She don't lie, she don't lie, she don't lie; cocaine.
It’ll enhance all your weaknesses
If your thing is gone and you wanna ride on; cocaine.
If your mojo is gone, and you want this situation to continue
Don't forget this fact, you can't get it back; cocaine.
Understand, you won’t get your mojo back
She don't lie, she don't lie, she don't lie; cocaine.
It’ll show your darker side
She don't lie, she don't lie, she don't lie; cocaine.
No place to hide

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