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Comment on GOD – My Pal – The lyrics by jmoren

Sun, 06 Feb 2011 16:05:29 +0000

I think it starts with: You´d be a pal in hell

Comment on GOD – My Pal – The lyrics by Askii

Thu, 23 Dec 2010 12:41:59 +0000

I'm with Ian: "To be a party head, something I could never do" What. A. Song.

Comment on GOD – My Pal – The lyrics by SAMO

Fri, 17 Dec 2010 17:23:51 +0000

Insert an 's' Remove a 't'

Comment on GOD – My Pal by PK

Tue, 16 Nov 2010 09:59:18 +0000

Great song . . I have the 12" (bought it form Gaslight Records in Bourke Street, Melbourne) - sorry, I want to keep it (for now)

Comment on chrome is the best by Markus

Thu, 07 Oct 2010 08:52:48 +0000

good post

Comment on sunday afternoon tunes – faith no more – the real thing by wallernotweller

Sat, 24 Jul 2010 05:42:16 +0000

top 20 from 1989:

Comment on GOD – My Pal – The lyrics by foo-fu

Thu, 08 Jul 2010 19:19:22 +0000

@ Michelle too bad the video on iLike (facebook) is removed from youtube. probably another piece of overzealous RIAA-esness ...

Comment on GOD – My Pal – The lyrics by Michelle

Thu, 08 Jul 2010 16:21:10 +0000

Thanks for the lyrics. I always thought the first line was "'scuse me I'm fallin', hey, somethin' I never do" There's a remastered version on Facebook

Comment on sunday brunch tunes – The B-52’s by wallernotweller

Fri, 11 Jun 2010 11:51:43 +0000

back to 1989:

Comment on the terrist have won!!!!11!!eleven!1!1! by David P Redmond

Tue, 04 May 2010 21:37:22 +0000

The terrorist threat specifically to the US and places like NY is very real, though statistically low, however it only takes one to affect many lives. You're correct in the sentiment that it is important how we react, terror and fear are hard to avoid during and in the aftermath for those directly impacted by a successful attack (even attempted ones that fail), I prefer quiet unyielding anger myself, but make sure it's put towards positive work. I still can't get over the claim of no civil right violations by the UK govt in dealing with the Northern Ireland troubles. Did they not set up checkpoints? Were civilians not killed by British military? Bloody Sunday, an event where people were marching for civil rights, were killed, guess they didn't get the memo that no civil rights were violated. Plus how they handled their "common criminal" "terrorists" in prison may also be an interesting case study. And the mainland of the UK has how many cameras today? And how controlled and censored is their press by the government?

Comment on the terrist have won!!!!11!!eleven!1!1! by foo-fu

Tue, 04 May 2010 06:51:34 +0000

We may not agree on that IRA picture but at least the gist of my argument seems to coincide with some other peoples thoughts: You maybe also want to read up on the views of one of the more renowned security analysts: Bruce Schneier on security theater. I still feel that us reacting with fear and panic to a " terrorist threat", whether real or perceived, is the main goal of the terrorists actions (apart from their OMG-they-want-to-rule-the-world-goal of course).

Comment on the terrist have won!!!!11!!eleven!1!1! by David P Redmond

Thu, 15 Apr 2010 06:22:04 +0000

you're just as ignorant by using a picture of an IRA member for this article. you did mention them, but the IRA is nothing like "al Qaeda" or the techniques used by those classified by that name. The UK government tried to reduce them to mere criminals, meanwhile negotiated with them behind the scenes. And as conditions improved in Ireland, so did IRA violence decrease (and now they are officially disarmed today). So don't compare how the UK handled the IRA, which prolonged the troubles, to how government handle a wholly different set of force and tactics, which target civilian casualties deliberately. IRA used car bombs as one of their main weapons, but they mainly aimed to AVOID civilian casualties, obviously they were not successful in that objective all the time, but compare their ratio of bombings to "collateral damage" to any official government use of military force. more civilians were killed in 2 hours on 9/11 than in the whole 30 year period of the troubles.

Comment on GOD – My Pal – The lyrics by Keays

Sat, 16 Jan 2010 08:39:54 +0000

G / C / E Basic riff is middle 2 strings, top one drones... lower one 12th/10th/9th/5th/7th... all the way through the song

Comment on GOD – My Pal – The lyrics by foo-fu

Tue, 22 Dec 2009 16:15:18 +0000

Updated with what I think is the first line: you've been a pal in hell, something I could never do

Comment on GOD – My Pal – The lyrics by foo-fu

Tue, 22 Dec 2009 16:08:47 +0000

For those who want the tabs: This is what can be found around teh internets:
This is the riff that is played the whole song, sounds best played as fast as possible. Great song. |---3-1-0-------------------------------------------------| |---------3-1---------------------------------------------| |---------------------------------------------------------| |--0-0-0-0-0----------------------------------------------| |---------------------------------------------------------| |---------------------------------------------------------|