Monday, August 16, 2010

Bloggaday 176 – SotW 11

Bloggaday 176 – SotW 11

Chuck: Hello Bloggaday Readers, and welcome to the eleventh, yes I said eleventh edition the Song of the Week. I will say now, this is the first week I’ve known the song before we’ve started, and you are all in for quite the surprise?

Tom: Why did JoCo finally get a song in the Song of the Week?

Chuck: What the Hell, Tom? I thought we agreed only I would know the song this week because I was going to finally do a song intro.

Tom: I didn’t know the song. You just made such a big fuss and JoCo is the only thing that’s been going on for a couple of weeks that could be a “surprise.”

Chuck: Oh… No, it’s not a JoCo song. Haha. I was just pulling your leg there. I wouldn’t let the cat slip out of the bag like that. I just wouldn’t do it. Not like that at all. That would be totally unprofessional, and that’s not like me at all. Like at all.

Tom: Let’s just move on.

Chuck: Alright. Well, The song this week is...

Tom: Wait.

Chuck: What?

Tom: Paul?

Paul: dudududududududududuu

Chuck: …

My Monkey?

Tom: By Jonathan Coulton. That’s great, Chuck.

what are you doing? This is why you don’t do the song.

Chuck: The whole drum roll thing threw me.

Tom: Oh, that’s right. You weren’t here last week. I’m having Paul give us a drum roll before I give the song.

Chuck: Well, you could have given me a heads-up

Tom: Well, you could have tried to not be a douche and actually just roll with it. You know, like the professional you toted yourself to be just minutes earlier.

Chuck: Okay, I’m sorry. Can we just open a dialogue about the song?

Tom: Sure… So… Joco…

Chuck: Well, I’m kind of surprised he actually got a Song of the Week since he didn’t get one over the last couple of weeks.

Tom: What surprises me is the fact that it ended up being “My Monkey.” I could have named a half a dozen songs that were early frontrunners for the spot.

Chuck: …

Tom: …

Chuck: Well, would you care to share those songs with the Bloggaday Readers?

Tom: Well, The Bloggaday Author created a mash-up with with JoCo’s Baby Got back, so that one wouldn’t surprise me. “Podsafe Christmas Song” has always been a favorite. “You Could Be Her” has had its ups and downs, but it’s always been a contender. “Chiron Beta Prime” is one of those songs that flies under the radar but is always a good song on the playlist. “Till the Money Comes” is a sleeper hit. There’s a few other songs, but I think the last big song is “Creepy Doll.” It was one of the biggest songs form the beginning, but it’s lost its steam over the weeks.

Chuck: I just kind of wanted you to mention them, not write their biographies. Haha

Tom: We’ve talked about this, Chuck. You’re the straight man, not the comedian. Dance with the one that brought ya.

Chuck: Okay, well, thank you, Bloggaday Readers, for dialing into yet another edition of the Song of the Week. As always, I am Chuck and with me is Tom. Have a great day and come back next week.

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