same here. i think all of anthony's criticisms of this song ignore the idea that the musical approach is somehow rhetorically connected to the lyrics. it's repetitive and ham-fistedly monotonous because monotony is exactly what the song is about.Listen: http://theneedledrop.com/2012/06/grizzly-bear-sleeping-ut...
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this is all pretty cut and dry to me:
sampling canon in d evokes the idea of marriage
what he's describing are shared memories from a past relationship
he is still in love with this person, and she him, that's why she 'steps' to his girl when she sees them together (you know that ex who's a friend who's always criticizing/being rude to your current bf/gf)
in this song he seems to be saying he's ready for all the things they couldn't have before because he's older, wiser, and stronger.
how many times have you listened to this dong?Thrift Shop on iTunes:http://itunes.apple.com/us/album/thrift-shop-feat.-wa
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i'm singlehandedly responsible for at least 1,200,399 of these views"Music Room": Backstage before the show, Jimmy, Carly Rae Jepsen, and The Roots grabbed some instruments you'd find in an elementary school classroom and performed "Call Me Maybe."
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