Macklemore: And We Danced Meaning
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Song Released: 2011
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anonymous Jul 12th, 2017 7:12pm report
Skeeting is when the male ejaculates. During those lines he is claiming it is just a sweat patch around his crotch, not ejaculates. He then admits its semen, "Alright, I skeeted."
anonymous Jun 4th, 2013 6:17pm report
In the video when he says ''ok, I skeeted''... Does he have a boner??? I mean can his ... be that big, seriously i have no clue I never watched porn or whatever.
anonymous Mar 5th, 2012 3:12pm report
, his production is so dated that it's hard to move onybed the sound of the album. As popular as he was, I'm guessing his style limited himself to a very narrow demographic, and most of his music was never really heard outside of that target market. Over-production prevented it from being heard by other demographics. And besides, his screaming like a little girl didn't help. On the flip-side, maybe there's a great opportunity there for artists to remake some of his songs, as the melodies would easily translate to a more current sound.I understand what you mean when you say with people playing all of the instruments; the way music was meant to be played and heard. But I don't fully agree. I think electronics are simply tools , and as long as you have an expressive and musical writer/composer/producer at the helm, those tools can be powerful. I agree Dale that looping sterile drums can kill a great track. But that doesn't diminish what can be done with electronics when one takes the time to do it properly. I'm sure there were complaints from formally trained guitarists when the electric guitar first came out as well. Electronics have come a long way since the days of Satriani. And he did write good melodies indeed, as exemplified in the accusation of Cold Play stealing If I Could Fly in Viva La Vida. Besides, Rush says All this machinery making modern music can still be open-hearted. One of my favorite artists of all time is Jean Michel Jarre. His music is ultra-electronic, dating back to the early 70s, yet I still enjoy it thoroughly. It's very expressive and creative. Interestingly, his productions revolve around very strong and memorable melodies.I agree about the Beatles Thomas. Although some of their stuff sounds quite dated to the sixties, the songs that survived weren't dependent upon production and don't sound dated. They were just very creative normal songs with normal instruments, but most importantly very strong melodies.This whole discussion has got me thinking about the recent song Love The Way You Lie, by Eminem and Rihanna. It has a very well-written melody in the chorus that explains its huge success. Without that melody, I would bet the song would have barely been a blip on the radar. My kids belt it out when they hear it, but don't have a clue what the lyrics are about. And you may even hate that style of music, but it is a very difficult song to get out of your head after you hear it. It shows the power of a good melody. However, because of it's genre (limiting its exposure) and the shortness of the melody, I doubt it will stand the test of time. But it sure made somebody rich!
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