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Ever done a double take while listening to music? [semi-mature]

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Ever done a double take while listening to music? [semi-mature]

Old 10-05-01, 06:38 PM
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Ever done a double take while listening to music? [semi-mature]

I'm listening to the radio, and Shakira's song, "Whenever, Wherever" comes on, which is a nice song. And all is normal, and then the song goes:

Lucky that my lips not only mumble
They spill kisses like a fountain
Lucky that my breasts are small and humble
So you don't confuse them with mountains
Golly gosh, did I heard what I just thought I heard?

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Old 10-05-01, 11:47 PM
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Hmmm I like what she says there. But there is no way I would ever confuse breasts with mountains.
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Old 10-06-01, 09:54 PM
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If were talking double entendres, my favorite is Heather Nova's 'Walk this World':

"I see you in the garden
and I feel you plant the seed.
I want you to come-
walk this world with me."
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