Music: New Zealand Music Month (Deja Voodoo)

DebE —  May 10, 2012 — Leave a comment

Here is where I admit to having a crass sense of humour, and so I clapped my hands in joy when the random picker chose these guys … and I just can’t bring myself to only put up one video.

I warn you now … don’t listen to these guys if you are easily offended.

So, here is “Can’t Do What I Want To Do” … This song came out in 2006. So, the key line “You weren’t even born in the ’80’s” meant a bit more at the time. It’s still important for those concerned about age differences.

And then we have a tribute to the Kiwi drinking culture with “I would give you one of my beers, but I’ve only got six. I would, but I don’t like to share. And I’ve only got six.”

And, this one I really do suggest you don’t listen to if you are, um, delicate. They’re not singing about the kind of feelings us girls usually want to be serenaded about. I’ll give you an idea. It starts out “Feeling your tits, feeling your ass …” and goes downhill from there. Seriously. Sense of humour required.

Yeah … Just regular Kiwi blokes, really.




Deb E was born in New Zealand’s North Island, but her parents corrected that within months, moving south to Dunedin and staying there. Childhood nights were spent falling asleep to cover versions of Cliff Richard and the Shadows and other Rock ’n Roll classics played by her father’s band, and days were spent dancing to 45 LPs. Many of her first writing experiences were copying down song lyrics. She graduated to scientific reports when she studied a nematophagus fungus in the Zoology department of the University of Otago, trading all traces of popularity for usefulness… then traded both for fiction. Mum of one human & four fur-babies.

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