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Paul songs with the same unusual words in them

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      This is a game to name 2 Paul songs that have the same (unusual or uncommon) word in them. For example, With a Little Luck has the line "the willow turns his back on inclement weather" and of course, "sleep little willow" is from Little Willow.

      Anybody come up with more examples?

        I don't know if it's unsual but ...

        Mary has little LAMB...
        and..
        I have not answer for you little LAMB...

          Mull of Kintyre has the line:

          Sweep through the heather like deer in the glen

          and the track "HEATHER" has Paul whispering the name heather in a slightly disturbing way!

            How Many People:
            I Want To See Ordinary People Living Peacefully.

            London Town:
            Ordinary people it's impossible to meet,

              From Getting Closer:

              *SAY YOU DON'T LOVE HIM, MY SALAMANDER,
              WHY DID YOU NEED HIM?
              OH NO, DON'T ANSWER, OH NO.
              I'M GETTING CLOSER,
              I'M GETTING CLOSER TO YOUR HEART.

              *WHEN WILL YOU SEE ME, MY SALAMANDER?
              NOW DON'T TRY TO TELL ME,
              OH NO, DON'T ANSWER, OH NO.
              I'M GETTING CLOSER,
              I'M GETTING CLOSER TO YOUR HEART.

              * I'M GETTING CLOSER, MY SALAMANDER,
              OH, WHEN WILL WE BE THERE?
              OH NO, DON'T ANSWER, OH NO.
              I'M GETTING CLOSER,
              I'M GETTING CLOSER TO YOUR HEART,
              I'M GETTING CLOSER TO YOUR HEART,
              I'M GETTING CLOSER TO YOUR HEART.

              (edited out parts of song w/0 salamander.)

              I think the word salamander is interesting. In many ways, but every time I see a newt lately I think of this song. I don't know of another song in which salamander occurs though.

                Uncle Albert/Admiral Halsey:
                Admiral Halsey notified me,
                He had to have a berth or he couldn't get to sea.

                Morse Moose and the Grey Goose:
                When Out Upon The Open Sea
                The Admiral, The Mate And Me
                Prepared To Face Eternity
                But The Grey Goose Flew Away

                  Adriana Rojas:I don't know if it's unsual but ...

                  Mary has little LAMB...
                  and..
                  I have not answer for you little LAMB...

                  Is the 2nd song Little Lamb Dragonfly?
                  Everyone please identify the songs that the lyrics come from.

                    Any noun or uncommon word will do. In other words no common words like LOVE, GIRL, BOY and the like.

                      Word: ground

                      On the street
                      I had my feet on the ground....from Feets in The Clouds

                      and

                      I need loving, you need loving too.
                      Doesn't take a lot to get off the ground...from Of the Ground

                        Nancy R:Any noun or uncommon word will do. In other words no common words like LOVE, GIRL, BOY and the like.

                        We'd be here all day naming Paul songs with the word "love" in them.

                          How about the word SILLY?

                          Martha My Dear:

                          Hold your head up,
                          you silly girl,
                          look what you've done.
                          When you find yourself in the thick of it,
                          help yourself to a bit of what is all around you, silly girl.

                          Take a good look around you,
                          Take a good look, you're bound to see
                          that you and me
                          were meant to be
                          for each other, silly girl.

                          and,
                          SILLY Love Songs:

                          You'd think that people would have had enough of silly love songs.
                          But I look around me and I see it isn't so.
                          Some people wanna fill the world with silly love songs.
                          And what's wrong with that?
                          I'd like to know, 'cause here I go again

                          any other songs with silly? I can't think of one right now.

                            Polygon.

                              JordanOnTheRun:Polygon.

                              I love that lyric, but if only there was another song with Polygon in it!

                                How about the word : RABBIT?

                                Band On The Run:

                                Well the undertaker drew a heavy sigh
                                Seeing no one else had come
                                And a bell was ringing in the village square
                                For the rabbits on the run

                                and

                                Hi Hi Hi:

                                I'm gonna do it to you, gonna do ya sweet banana
                                You've never been done
                                Yes, like a rabbit, gonna grab it
                                Gonna do it 'til the night is done

                                  Good one hey_kittay!

                                  Yeah Jordan, no other song with "polygon" in it!

                                    Nancy R:Good one hey_kittay!

                                    Yeah Jordan, no other song with "polygon" in it!

                                    Other than what?
                                    I thought we had to find rare words that occur in more than one song. Otherwise I could just pick English Tea for "peradventure" or "hollihocks" or "croquet" but that wouldn't be interesting...

                                      Jon, Did you read my original post and the rest of this thread? You find two separate Paul songs that each have the same uncommon word in them. I don't think Jordan understood or was just trying to be funny.

                                        This isn't a great example, but I just thought of it:

                                        All My Loving

                                        "Tomorrow I'll miss you"

                                        Tomorrow

                                        "For a chance to get away tomorrow"

                                          Banana

                                          Hi Hi Hi:

                                          I'm gonna do it to you, gonna do ya sweet banana
                                          Like you've never been done
                                          ops:

                                          Monkberry Moon Delight:

                                          Well, i know my banana is older than the rest
                                          and my hair is a tangled beretta. (beretta, beretta)

                                            INCOMPLETE!

                                            House of Wax:

                                            Lightning hits the house of wax
                                            Poets spill out on the street
                                            To set alight the incomplete
                                            Remainders of the future

                                            Bogey Music:

                                            Ev'rybody bogey, a-dig that bogey beat,
                                            Man, that bogey rhythm smells so clean and sweet.
                                            Ev'rybody bogey, bogey on to the street,
                                            Oh, without bogey music life is incomplete,
                                            Without bogey music life is incomplete.

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