Today's Tedious Link:
Deee-Lite, Groove Is In The Heart
Smash mouth is a condition you might end up with if you had to get in the ring with David Haye. Hay is what horses like to sleep on if they have a stable. Stable is what you might try to make your table in the pub with the aid of some carefully folded beermats. 'Mats' rhymes with 'bats', which are both radar-equipped flying mammals and apparatus for a successful game of ping-pong. Ping-pong also requires a ball. Balls can be dangerous if they end up on the floor and people slip on them or trip over them, causing injury that might require a visit to hospital. A hospital is a big building full of doctors and nurses. Doctors and nurses always have very clean hands, which they have to scrub a lot in very big sinks. 'Sinks' rhymes with 'minks', which are very small furry animals that used to be hunted to make fur coats. Coats of any type are not permitted in the city of Newcastle upon Tyne, as they prove to everybody that you're clearly a Southern softie.. Southern fried chicken was first introduced to the UK about twenty years ago, and when you think of other great stuff that's twenty years old you thin of Deee-Lite, which links to Deee-Lite and 'Groove Is In The Heart'.
Horses eat hay rather than sleep on it; bats have sonar, not radar; and the first Kentucky Fried Chicken store in the UK opened in 1965 (in Preston), so Southern fried chicken has been here for almost fifty years, rather than the twenty Dave suggested.
Released - August 1990
Highest UK Chart Position - #2
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