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For the inauguratory post, we take things back to the playground, Human Growth Hormone steet value. Buy Human Growth Hormone online cod, The children's sing-along clapping game, known as "Down Down Baby", Human Growth Hormone price, coupon, Cheap Human Growth Hormone no rx, is one of those age-old passtime games that exists in many variations in its natural setting of the schoolyard. What might not be immediately apparent is its longevity as a theme used in the outside world.

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And a quicker clip of children's singer Laurie Berkner singing the song:

[mini_player audio="/music/ben_j/downdownbaby.mp3" artist="Laurie Berkner" track="Down Down Baby" year="1997"]

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Starting with perhaps its earliest appearance in a hit song, Human Growth Hormone reviews, Human Growth Hormone samples, Little Anthony's version injects some sexual tension into his use of the phrase in an ever-modulating chorus:

[mini_player audio="/music/ben_j/littleanthony.mp3" artist="Little Anthony and the Imperials" track="Shimmy Shimmy Ko Ko Bop" year="1959"]

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[mini_player audio="/music/ben_j/big.mp3" artist="Tom Hanks" track="Shimmy Shimmy Handshake" year="1988"]

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[mini_player audio="/music/ben_j/countrygrammar.mp3" artist="Nelly" track="Country Grammar (Hot Shit)" year="2000"]

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[mini_player audio="/music/ben_j/marahintro.mp3" artist="Marah" track="Freedom Park (Intro)" year="2004"]

[mini_player audio="/music/ben_j/marahchorus.mp3" artist="Marah" track="Freedom Park (Chorus)" year="2004"]

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  1. avatar James says:

    I like this idea a lot. Another really interesting melody is the “Oriental riff”, featured in “Turning Japanese” and “Young Folks” and any number of Warner Brothers cartoons.

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  2. avatar Ben says:

    Thanks James. Yeah, the Vapors! “Turning Japanese” is a great example of that riff. Bowie’s “China Girl” too. This would be a good one — parodies in the form of melodies & specific instruments used as shorthand to evoke the cultural “other”.

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  3. avatar Mark Adams says:

    Yes. Also, check out The Most Ripped Off Heavy Metal Riff and Who’s Riff is it (Nirvana, Killing Joke, The Damned, The Beatles)? on Youtube. For some reason Nickelback isn’t mentioned in the title of the latter and the Beatles riff sounds more like something by The Monkees (I’m A Believer?).

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    Mark Adams Reply:

    I could be wrong about the Beatles riff, or at least I don’t think it’s I’m a Believer that sounds like it.

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    Mark Adams Reply:

    Catch Me Now I’m Falling by The Kinks (1979) also sounds like I’m a Believer.

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  4. avatar Katti says:

    Another very familiar oriental/asian version: Alphaville – Big In Japan http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vgdBhTl44Yc

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  5. avatar Mark Adams says:

    These are a couple of short motifs, in scale degree numbers, that occur a lot, in different rhythms: 3 5 1 2 1, which appears in Every Time You Cry, Every Time You Go Away, Take My Breath Away, I will Follow Him and even the intro riff to Tears in Heaven. The second is: 5 4 3 5 1 2 3 1, which occurs in songs such as Glory, Glory, Hallelujah; Walk a Country Mile and others.

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    Mark Adams Reply:

    And another John Farnham song: Take You Back.

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    Mark Adams Reply:

    While I’m on the subject, the riff from That Driving Beat (1999) sounds like that of (I Can’t Get No) Satisfaction by the Rolling Stones, which in itself is said to be taken from Nowhere to Run by Martha Reeves and the Vandellas.

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    Mark Adams Reply:

    And Walk a Country Mile (1979) sounds like Linda on my Mind by Conway Twitty (1975).

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  6. avatar Mark Adams says:

    One more: 5 6 1 6 1 1, which appears in Better Man, Missing You (which has a couple of syllables over one of the notes) and My Sweet Lord (He’s So Fine is slightly different).

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  7. avatar Mark Adams says:

    A Celtic song by Herbert Hughes and William Butler Yeats titled Down by the Salley Gardens also uses the motif: 5 6 1 2 1, and sorry, I will follow Him and the intro riff to Tears in Heaven use 5 6 1 2 1, not 3 5 1 2 1.

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  8. avatar Mark Adams says:

    Another example of a juvenile ditty turning up (and this is by people other than rappers), sometimes possibly unintentionally is one we’ll call the na na na na na motif. I believe it came from nursery rhymes, but it may have come before. It can be found in the Round the Twist theme song, both F**kin’ Perfect and Are We All We Are? by P!nk and the verse of If it’s Love by Train.

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    Mark Adams Reply:

    Whoops, almost forgot We Are the Champions by Queen.

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    Mark Adams Reply:

    And the end of I Want You Back by The Jackson 5 (1969).

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    Mark Adams Reply:

    Sorry, Abc. Follow-up sound-alikes can be confusing.

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    Mark Adams Reply:

    And Candy by Robbie Williams (2013). Also, his United (2005) sounds like I’ll Be There For You and the others.

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    Mark Adams Reply:

    Plus Toy Soldiers by Martika and I Need to Know by R. Angels.

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    Mark Adams Reply:

    And for another juvenile ditty, part of What a Wonderful World by Louis Armstrong sounds like Twinkle Twinkle Little Star, written by Mozart.

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  9. avatar Mark Adams says:

    Here’s another recurring riff, in Princess of China by Coldplay (2011), Low by Michael Paynter and The Art of Letting Go, off of Mariah Carey’s new album.

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    Mark Adams Reply:

    While I’m on the subject, Don’t Stop by 5sos sounds like Closer by Michael Paynter.

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