Wednesday, January 31, 2007

I learned a new song from Jane

I know a song that gets on everybody's nerves, everybody's nerves, everybody nerves. I know a song that gets on everybody's nerves, and this is how it goes:
I know a song that gets on everybody's nerves, everybody's nerves, everybody nerves. I know a song that gets on everybody's nerves, and this is how it goes:
I know a song that gets on everybody's nerves, everybody's nerves, everybody nerves. I know a song that gets on everybody's nerves, and this is how it goes:
I know a song that gets on everybody's nerves, everybody's nerves, everybody nerves....

Jane also taught Kathy A, who took to the song like a long lost sister and added an extra twist of giving two punches to the shoulder of the person next to her after the word "goes".

I can attest that because they know this song, Jane and Kathy do seem to know a song that gets on the nerves of anyone around who is not singing along.

4 comments:

Harmony said...

So I guess the best defense is to sing along, right?!

zoom! said...

If you're interested in out-annoying them, you could learn to sing the song backwards. Then every time they start singing it, you just chime in with your backwards version.

David Scrimshaw said...

I was going to agree with Harmony that singing along would be the best defence, but Zoom! brilliant! Everyone knows the best defence is a good offence!

David Scrimshaw said...

Update: Kathy A told me today that she has had the song running through her mind all week.

It is getting on her nerves.