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Old 12-29-2016, 11:57 AM
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On the London Palladium live version JB actually sings about HER on that bridge section. This finding contradicts the theory presented in the beginning of this thread.


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Maybe. On the other hand, he also sings the bridge in Living With A Ghost differently (2x "he was (just) tryin' to get some relief"), along with a couple of other small things and some errors. So may have been intentional, may have been not, when the whole song is "she/her" and only one or two lines are "i/you(r)"...
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Old 12-29-2016, 05:23 PM
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Maybe. On the other hand, he also sings the bridge in Living With A Ghost differently (2x "he was (just) tryin' to get some relief"), along with a couple of other small things and some errors. So may have been intentional, may have been not, when the whole song is "she/her" and only one or two lines are "i/you(r)"...
Jon mixes pronouns a lot. He also does it in the bridge on SNGMSM. Not sure there's any rhyme or reason to it.
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On the London Palladium live version JB actually sings about HER on that bridge section.
Yep. And in the Booklet of the album it says THE window!! Not her, and not your!

And another thing I noticed: On the beginning it says in the booklet: "button up your coat it's cold, I ain't too drunk to hail us a cab...."
On CD he sings: "button up it's cold,...."
And in London palladium he sang indeed: "button up your coat it ain't too drunk to hail us a cab" !!!

Well, I think that guy doesnt know his own lyrics!! Its funny but also kinda sad. It seems a little like he wouldnt have much passion for his music.
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Not much passion or 15 brand new songs to sing one night. I don't blame the guy for flubbing a few words here and there. I feel like you're using it as ammo about him not caring.
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Yep. And in the Booklet of the album it says THE window!! Not her, and not your!

And another thing I noticed: On the beginning it says in the booklet: "button up your coat it's cold, I ain't too drunk to hail us a cab...."
On CD he sings: "button up it's cold,...."
And in London palladium he sang indeed: "button up your coat it ain't too drunk to hail us a cab" !!!

Well, I think that guy doesnt know his own lyrics!! Its funny but also kinda sad. It seems a little like he wouldnt have much passion for his music.
Well, back in 1995 he sometimes sang "I ain't got nothing but this roll of the dice" and on other occasions, at THE SAME SPOT in the song "I'm picking up the pieces and what's left of my pride"! He never knew his own music and has been in the business for the big money only!!!
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Well, back in 1995 he sometimes sang "I ain't got nothing but this roll of the dice" and on other occasions, at THE SAME SPOT in the song "I'm picking up the pieces and what's left of my pride"! He never knew his own music and has been in the business for the big money only!!!
Isn't that one correct? I mean isn't it always "pickung up the pieces..." for the last time in the song? Or did you mean that he mixed up the several occurrences in the song?
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