Musical Lexicon – “Tutti Frutti” – My Answers

30 Mar

So yea, spring break. I went home, my computer didn’t. Sorry for the long delay, so I’ll post up TWO AT A TIME next time to make up for it.

Topic – Fruit

Lemon

France – Kimya Dawson

“I finally got mine – the lemon-meringue kind”

Cherry

15 – Rilo Kiley

“She was bruised like a cherry, ripe as a peach”

Orange

Orange Crush – R.E.M.

“Got my Orange Crush”

Apple

Big Bang – Cursive

“Some talking snake giving apples away, what would that snake say if he could only see us today? HAHAHA!”

Banana

Bananaphone – Raffi

“Ring ring ring ring ring ring ring… Banana Phone!”

Melon

Tutti Frutti Summer Love – Günther

“Do the naked dance. Bananas, melons, yeah”

Grape

Hey There Fancypants – Ween

“Hey there, sour grapes

Lime

Lime Tree – Bright Eyes

“Under the leaves of that old lime tree I stood examining the fruit”

Coconut

Bang Bang – Dispatch

Coconut hit me on the head, jonesing for a fig”

Strawberry

Glycerine – Bush

“When we rise, it’s like strawberry fields”

 

BONUS – A Pointed Stick

–Yeah, I couldn’t find one, but Google could—

Chill Factor – Theatre of Ice

–I’ve never heard of it either–

 

BONUS 2 – Peaches

–I’ll see your peaches, Matt and Rebecca–

Space Cowboy – Steve Miller Band

“Really love your peaches, want to shake your tree”

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2 Responses to “Musical Lexicon – “Tutti Frutti” – My Answers”

  1. Matt Coleman March 30, 2011 at 7:35 pm #

    “Orange Crush” actually refers to Agent Orange from the Vietnam War, not the fruit orange from the drink. So, I am calling foul. Give us another orange that is the fruit, LOL!

  2. Anthony Zampardi March 31, 2011 at 8:53 pm #

    Fine then Matt, how about I use “Coconut” by Nilsson for Lime, so that I can use Bright Eyes’ “Bowl of Oranges?”

    “…we’d stand staring in awe at our still lives posed like a bowl of oranges.”

    –OR–

    How about the song “Apples and Oranges” by YOUR FAVORITE BAND EVER?

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