agreed, deeb...there is definately something about it that needs some tweaking, especially the middle bit
ahawk: 'gc' is sorta weak but mighty fun; i always thought it was 'gotta beware of snipers"..which, considering the song, makes a bit more sense...anybody ?
alot of people have a problem with the whole dustbin lid, even trot out the yoko diss about moon-june-spoon, whatever...but i've now met two (only two, though) brits who actually use the saying, and in the same context, so...
press, my least fav off that album, always struck me as being kinda slight, with the nebulous ' oklahoma was never like this' always making me go "what the ph...?
i've always assumed (and you know how bad that can be) that he often makes songs with little or no lyrical content on purpose because they are meant to be more of a instrumental with at best, limited vocal interruption...as opposed to the idea that he's just gotten lazy and will put on anything to fill out an album: summers day song strikes me as the exact same sort of thing as broomstick, atlantic ocean, quite a few of the bits off EA and a large assortment of others
but, what am i saying...no matter how you look at it, he had a hefty hand in writing/making 'dance the do'
at the end of the end it's the start of a journey to a much better place and this wasn't bad so a much better place would have to be special...no need to be sad...