Capital Cities, "Kangaroo Court" This song has been around for a few weeks, but this video takes it to a whole new level.
The song has been accused of reinforcing rape culture and the undermining of women.
The evil inclination is saying in this song, ‘I’m looked at as this bad guy, but you have power, you have control.
Jimi was doing something beautiful with the song and put his twist on it to give it a patriotic feel.
Bucky Covington, Season 5: I auditioned with the song "The Ride" by David Allan Coe.
Fifty years ago I sang a song with this voice of mine; an old crow like me?
I am considering them apart, and confining myself wholly to the words of the song.
With a song upon their lips, the sailors bent to their oars.
Listen to me, and I will show you how the song ought to have been sung.
I don't know whether to laugh or cry when I sing that song, but I guess I'll laugh.
Old English sang "voice, song, art of singing; metrical composition adapted for singing, psalm, poem," from Proto-Germanic *sangwaz (cf. Old Norse söngr, Norwegian song, Swedish sång, Old Saxon, Danish, Old Frisian, Old High German, German sang, Middle Dutch sanc, Dutch zang, Gothic saggws), from PIE *songwh-o- "singing, song," from *sengwh- "to sing, make an incantation" (see sing (v.)).
Phrase for a song "for a trifle, for little or nothing" is from "All's Well" III.ii.9 (the identical image, por du son, is in Old French. With a song in (one's) heart "feeling joy" is first attested 1930 in Lorenz Hart's lyric. Song and dance as a form of vaudeville act is attested from 1872; figurative sense of "rigmarole" is from 1895.
Something or someone bedraggled, perhaps due to weather (1928+)