Vapid Victuals, Volume 3

27 Aug 2008

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Last night a little dancer came dancin' to my door.
Last night a little angel came pumpin cross my floor.
She said, "Come on baby ... I got a licence for love,
And, if it expires, pray help from above!"

In the midnight hour she cried, "More, more, more!"
With a rebel yell she cried, "More, more, more!"
In the midnight hour, babe, "more, more, more."
With a rebel yell, "more, more, more ... "
"More, more, more!"

This page << http://26nc.org/History/Rebel-Yell/rebel-yell.html >> has a recording of an authentic confederate "rebel yell." Apparently, the guy was a 90-year-old confederate veteran when he made the recording for a radio broadcast in the 1930s. Now we all know exactly what Billy Idol meant. And, it seems he was a sick fuck.

Original Comments

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On August 27, 2008, Prunella Jones wrote:

My dad threw away a Billy Idol tape I had as a teen, because he said it was disgusting. I guess Dad really did know best.

On August 28, 2008, Ron wrote:

Wow ... kinda creepy.

On August 28, 2008, Chris wrote:

Kinda sounded like Ned Beaty.

On August 28, 2008, Bill Stankus wrote:

Listening to the 36 second version - I easily imagined some poor fool with his foot caught in a steel bear trap.

On August 29, 2008, GETkristiLOVE wrote:

Well that clears that up. Now can you tell me what he meant by "Eyes Without a Face"?!

On August 29, 2008, Cowboy the Cat wrote:

I would have to break out the defibrillator if my wife made that noise ... and a cross and holy water.

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