The only thing about this song is the title is confusing and somehow, I wish they could have given it a better name. However, Bigger, Better, Faster, More has to be one of the very best album titles ever. In this dialogue, two friends are meeting for coffee. Even by the end of the '80s, the record companies had really switched to where they were looking for that band that had that one hit. Certain simple songs, that's what they do.
At least the show is helping him eat more carrots. The lyrics are her yelling at someone who made her angry. The song was an expression of something she was feeling, and it ended up being a pretty universal experience. But I do like singing it to annoy my dad because he equally doesn't like it. The creator of the line says it was a common phrase in his hometown in Texas before he popularized it with the cartoons. And then I am turning it up a bit more.
She kept looking at me, going, 'Does this sound like something? The label was up our butts and were really putting a lot of pressure on us. You might answer this way if someone you don't know, like a waiter at a restaurant, asks how you are. We figured we sold 5 million records, we could do what we want, right? Their bass player Christa Hillhouse told us: We did really well in San Francisco, we got a lot of press and we were selling out all our shows. And I am thinking holy shiit! She got to a point now where I think she is thinking about them structurally, but back then, she played acoustic guitar and all the songs she wrote she'd just sit there and here they'd come. A couple years later, she made a record called After Hours. But you don't have to answer honestly. Usually followed by something like Not much, you? I'm sure some members will be way more inspired.
Their third single, Spaceman, suffered from a lack of promotion and didn't do very well. Def-3 It's probably originated from the late 20th century, when people were astounded with the sky. Christa is a web designer, writer, and is involved with various music and film projects. At the time, we were all women, we were all gay - that was the time before it was the cool thing to do, I don't even think k. It got such a laugh that we said, 'Boy, we'll do that every chance we get. For full effect, best delivered while walking past someone at about 90 m.
If you don't say anything else, though, it might be a signal that you don't want to continue the conversation. There is a difference between the songs she wrote then and the songs she writes now. A person who likes to be grammatically proper might answer this way. We were putting songs on the second record like that. Of course, Bryan Adams and his band were flying everywhere. Aged 25, still trying to get up the ladder of hope, for some kind of destination. In Europe, they're not speaking English, but they know every broken-English word, and that song makes them feel something.
I have been wondering how to translate that's what's up! Both are often used as informal greetings, and something as simple as a quick nod might work as a valid reply. Whatever this brotherhood of man means. Christine: It is cute, but it does get a little repetitive. When we got signed, they knew 'What's Up' sounded like a hit. They wanted one hit, and then who knows after that - they didn't really develop acts anymore. I'm a horrible schmoozer, I think 99. However, rather than being scared, the rabbit would nonchalantly ask the hunter what was new.
Thanks to Christa for speaking with us about this song. We're all fire signs, we kicked ass, took names and worked our asses off, but once your goals are split as a band, it's like being married and wanting different things - one person wants kids and the other wants to travel around the world - you're going to fall apart, and that's exactly what happened. Says Hillhouse: When we broke up we were in the studio working on songs. The audience would look at us and forget who we were. It was just us two, we had no crew, nothing. Linda Perry released a solo album in 1996 called In Flight, which she recorded with Bill Bottrell and other members of the Tuesday Night Music Club they had previously worked with Sheryl Crow. It's a connection to humanity.
People often use this as a reference to the cartoon show, the cartoon rabbit, or even carrots. I would tell them we were the Indigo Girls and we just got out of rehab. The freedom of being a writer, musician or artist is something you have to hold on to for yourself, because once you enter into that business, it's really hard to protect. Crying sometimes at night just to get this stuff out. Person: The sky smart alleck answer: also: the ceiling or, da roof Source: Urban Dictionary Question : What is the correct meaning of what's up? Christine: He really loves watching Looney Tunes, and Bugs Bunny is his favorite character. The record didn't go anywhere.
We ended up signing with Interscope in June 1991. The scene was well-known to audiences at the time who would have been well aware that Bugs was spoofing Clark Gable. If you don't want to start a long conversation, you can use one of these standard replies: Nothing much. I was in my bedroom having sex, and I stopped because I heard her playing that song. I think that's why the song connects with so many people. The song simply and clearly expresses the frustration of a young woman trying to get on in life. One of the characters, a rabbit named Bugs Bunny, used this as his catchphrase.