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Frog Applause by Teresa Burritt for July 13, 2019

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    Meh~tdology, fka Pepelaputr   9 months ago

    I can’t tell you what I’ve had stuck in my head because I’ve finally gotten rid of it AND I DON’T WANT IT BACK!

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    Howard'sMyHero  9 months ago

    All together now … “It’s a small world after all … it’s a small world after all …”

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    Randy B Premium Member 9 months ago

    “Can’t get you out of my head, boy, your lovin’ is all I think about…”

    (la la la, la la la la la, la la la, la la la la la…..)

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    The Old Wolf  9 months ago

    Whoops, “seaons” is missing an “s”.

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    Melki Premium Member 9 months ago

    Yeah, there’s nothing like humming a song about DEATH right before you’re headed off to sleepyland.

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    Brass Orchid Premium Member 9 months ago

    Songs must be installed properly, with the correct orientation, or they will become stuck.

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    3hourtour Premium Member 9 months ago

    … Simba, I am your father…

    …Baby shark….da daa da daa da da da da…

    …the Froglandia book of Urban Cures on Synesthesia (blue page 69) : A way to get rid of earworms is to sing Cat Stevens’, Morning Has Broken’…

    …from A Miracle On 34th Street: I believe. I believe. I believe. …

    … where would we be without wishful thinking?…

    …just a memory with nowhere to stay…

    …Hank Williams, the king of sad songs you can dance to…

    … crickets chirping, frogs applauding…

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    Rad-ish says, posting No Ambiguity on Sherpa Premium Member 9 months ago

    Goodbye Michelle it’s hard to die

    When all the birds are singing in the sky

    Now that the spring is in the air

    With the flowers everywhere

    I wish that we could both be there

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    coltish1  9 months ago

    Think how long you’d stay awake if “In the Year 2525” got stuck in your brain.

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    Huckleberry Hiroshima Premium Member 9 months ago

    Love the artwork in this one. Nice.

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    willie_mctell  9 months ago

    I worked in a pizza place that had it on the juke box. It also had “Tie a Yellow Ribbon,” “Peaceful Easy Feeling,” and “Baby It’s a Wild World.”. There were some others I’ve blanked out but may remember soon.

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    Meh~tdology, fka Pepelaputr   9 months ago

    My usual ear worm defense is to sing the music to Edvard Grieg’s “In the Hall of the Mountain King”" OUT LOUD in Popeye’s sing-songy chuckle.

    It will drive any ear worm or near-by person away, practically guaranteed.

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    Rad-ish says, posting No Ambiguity on Sherpa Premium Member 9 months ago

    Oh did he ever return? Oh no he never returned…

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    Ray*C  9 months ago

    I remember hearing the Kingston Trio sing that. My most hated earworm (DRUMROLL): “There’s no place like home for the holidays.”

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    Ray*C  9 months ago

    Anyone for “The Merry Minuet?” Also by the KT. “…and some lovely day, someone will set the spark off, and we will all be blown away.”

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    Arianne  9 months ago

    That image really conveys how a song can be etched in your mind.

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    Space Captain Cody(G Premium Member 9 months ago

    Here’s One For Your Beater Box…. Blinded By The Light by Bruce Fredrick Springsteen

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    Sisyphos  9 months ago

    An S! An S! My kingdom for an S!

    That’ what loppy proofreading get you….

    What?! No one has posted the link yet?! We’ll just have to remedy that. I dare you to open this link!

    http://tinyurl.com/y4f9ej6m

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    INGSOC  Premium Member 9 months ago

    (Video) · https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=dQw4w9WgXcQ

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    syzygy47  9 months ago

    I deal with earworms by thinking of parodies. Deal with Christmas music by imagining it sung in the singsong Bob Dylan style. Or, in this case, “We had joy we had fun we ate doughnuts by the ton…”

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    Space Captain Cody(G Premium Member 9 months ago

    https://youtu.be/DgvIL5FyFso

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    Space Captain Cody(G Premium Member 9 months ago

    The Road Block..https://youtu.be/HhSoJwGKj7E

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    3hourtour Premium Member 9 months ago

    …my world’s a flood, hasn’t stopped raining for days…

    … reign, reign on me…

    …I’m singing in the rain…

    …when the rain comes, when it starts to rain…

    … if it keeps on raining the levees going to break…

    …Rain, rain, rainWe gotta leave this town…

    …how high’s the water, Momma? Two feet high and rising…

    …who built the ark? Noah,Noah.Who built the ark? Noah did…

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    Rad-ish says, posting No Ambiguity on Sherpa Premium Member 9 months ago

    Nice art work.

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    Sun  9 months ago

    Rain Drops Keep Falling On My Head

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    Space Captain Cody(G Premium Member 9 months ago

    We had joy, we had fun, I need a gun, to take this song from my lungs (in a tree

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    Space Captain Cody(G Premium Member 9 months ago

    SOUND THE TRUMPETS, BLOW THE HORNS.

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    mengelji  9 months ago

    To jam an earworm, simply add another one! Your brain won’t run two earworms at once (I use Pop Goes The Weasel). Try it! Before you know it, the inside of your head’ll be full of white noise the way Nature intended.

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    Sisyphos  9 months ago

    Day 2. The earworm worsened. My sanity was slipping….

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