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Question on "LEMONed I Scream"

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Offline Juno42

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on: October 20, 2009, 10:17:47 AM
I was cruisin' YouTube (like ya do) and twice in a row I came across versions of Lemoned I Screem with an incongruity in the lyrics. Since I've heard the song, the line has been "I've got a a sweet broken hearted machine". But this version switched it up a bit and it's "I've got a sweet machine with broken heart". I listened several times and I'm quite certain. It's a small thing, I know, but I wonder, is this a different recording of the thing?

Also, I tried googling the lyrics to find out, and I found reference to a song called "Squeeze IT" Very few references, which make me think this is a fan thing of some kind. But the lyrics to that are kinda cool anyway.

So just curious about this little anomaly. Also, if this is something that should be general knowledge, please pardon my ignorance. ;D



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Reply #1 on: October 20, 2009, 12:29:54 PM
The song Squeeze IT has some or all the lyrics to Lemoned I Scream, if I'm not mistaken.
Look it up, it's a great song.

I have no idea if this answers your question but I had to think of it XD



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Reply #2 on: October 21, 2009, 12:50:10 AM
^ I figured out the "Squeeze IT" thing. Thanks. It's like a follow-up song to LEMONed. But I'll show you. Now, This is someone doing a demo by singing along with the song, but at 1:50, if you listen, she sings the regular line, and hide sings the mixed up one:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tbq_F6VlyHY

I just find this baffling. There was another vid as well, but I'm having trouble backtracking to it. Ah, well.