This Is Your Brain. On Drugs.

Don’t get me wrong, I think Joe Cocker is an amazing artist. I really do. But kids, this is a prime example of why drugs are bad, mmmkay?

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NOTE: I have no idea who to credit for making this video. The “transcription” is hilarious, and I’d give credit if I knew who was the maker. I originally got it here, and perhaps that is the creator’s website. 🙂

4 thoughts on “This Is Your Brain. On Drugs.

  1. I caught this earlier on boingboing a little while ago and they had it linked to the same place.

    Who would’ve known the he was such a big fan of Wonder Bread?

  2. You’re evil for doing that to me. I love that song and I’m never going to hear it right again.

    You shall be dealt with.

  3. There was a rock radio station here that used to get people to call in and tell what they thought the singer was singing as opposed to what the lyrics really were. A classic one being Jimi Hendrix “‘scue me while I kiss this guy.” One that has stuck with me and everytime I hear the song, it’s all I hear. The Rolling Stones, You Can’t Always Get What You Want – at the beginning, when the kids are singing – “You Can’t Always Get A Chihuahua” Listen – you’ll hear it too! http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WgToMBdlApU

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