No matter how you pronounce it, it can move and groove ya. So I was listening to some music the other day, and it inspired me to be creative all of a sudden. After doodling for hours, and turning my forks into hooks; it just hit me: What if I analyzed the s#%7 outta any maestro I know? There are just so many of 'em. I might well add to this later. Musicologists: Step aside. Students: Throw away your textbooks. A new era has begun.
"I love all my keys equally. Say, you like Hungary?
"I am the original 'Press Any Key'. PRESS ALL THE KEYS... it's all good. I also like Hungary.
"I was a prodigy. A lecher who made a number on 'arschkriecherei' .Ya love my melodies coz they are 'catchy yet beautiful'. So...
suck on that. And one more thing; 'Twinkle, Twinkle, Little Star ' is MEIN!
-Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
"Sad. Sad. Sometimes happy. But still sad."
Lisa Simpson listens to me 'while reading at a sixth-grade level'. "How I loathe her. Harpsichords, harpsichords, HARPSICHORDS!"
-Johann Sebastian Bach
"Ya like Little Red Riding Hood, eh? Well, NOT ANYMORE!" "Also, 'the blood of the innocent's soaked these keys. Listen to their screams in the chords.'"
"Anger. Joy. Melancholy. Everybody magically turns into a conductor when they hear Symphony No. 5."
-Ludwig van Beethoven
"A BLEEDIN' ICE CREAM COMMERCIAL? Wtf, man?"