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Trampoline  performed by  The Greenberry Woods  (1994)
Composed by B. Huseman/I.Katz/M.Huseman
Mood: Uplifting, jangly, toe-tapping, wistful
Recommended by Yammer [profile] on Wednesday 30th October 2002

Any label searching for the perfect pop cover to resurrect from the forgotten early-90s (as with "There She Goes") would do well to give several listens to this equally bustling-yet-melodic paean to the bittersweet tang of youthful somethingorothers. Jangling electric guitars, singalong choruses (it doesn't get any easier than "come and see/trampoline"), mumbling, presumably insightful scatting over the reprise, layered harmonies, and a throwback yowling guitar solo. Merely sneering, "I already have one Oasis album," does not excuse you from the obligation to hear and love this song!!!

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  09 Dec 08 ·luvs23: Sugar by Stretch Princess IS VERY VERY VERRRRRY similar to There She Goes by the La's. A similar high-pitch vocal with an addictive hit chorus:

"Sugar Sugar
sticking me to my babe
Sugar Sugar
sticking me to my babe
Sticking up to my babe
sticking up to my babe
sticking up to my babe"

Beautifully sung, I can't stop listening to it.



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