Tenser, said the Tensor.Tenser, said the Tensor.Tension, apprehension and dissension have begun.
FriarReb98: That guy in the article totally looks like Darius Rucker's brother.
SilentStrider: Actually I have "Beth" by KISS stuck in my head, but nice try.
The worst-ever one-word earworm (drag mouse cursor between arrows):
⇒♫♪ Feel-ings... ♪♫ ⇐
mpfjr: It's a small world af ter allIT'S A SMALL WORLD AF TER ALL!!IT'S A SMALL WORLD AF TER ALL!!!It's a small small world...
erewhon: mpfjr: It's a small world af ter allIT'S A SMALL WORLD AF TER ALL!!IT'S A SMALL WORLD AF TER ALL!!!It's a small small world...It's a world of heartache, a world of painwhen you die you'll never come back again,First you're bornThen you cryLife's a beyotchand you dieIt's a hard, hard, world!
johnson442: I've always found that when I have an ear worm, the best way to get rid of it is to actually listen to the song. Pull it up on YouTube if you don't have it in your library. It actually works!
ryant123: johnson442: I've always found that when I have an ear worm, the best way to get rid of it is to actually listen to the song. Pull it up on YouTube if you don't have it in your library. It actually works!Well, I've been playing this for days and it hasn't gone away.
A Terrible Human: "One brain structure in particular, called the striatum, releases a chemical called dopamine in response to pleasure-related stimuli. Imaging of the brain can reveal this process is similar to what happens in your brain in response to food or sex."So does that explain music euphoria that comes from some drugs and why even after you're not high anymore when you hear those songs they still give you the same euphoria?/Any Colour You Like does this to me every single time.
Enemabag Jones: I remember going to elementry school in the 70's, and they would be what were known at that time as 'negro spirituals', maybe there is a more better term for that now, I don't know.I still thing back to the time when a whole bunch of mostly white kids will talking about 'dying with a hammer in my hand', or 'beating their feet in the mississipi mud'. I am sure there were more.I do look back and would swear that the teacher at the time looked at it with the same questioning reality check that I do now.
AaronSynn: Here's the music-mind connection I'm curious about....When I was young and always angry, I listened to a ton of very aggressive music.When i got older, I was pretty mellow, and I was listening to much calmer music.So did I choose the music, based on my moods, or did the music change my moods?
OtherLittleGuy: Tenser, said the Tensor.Tenser, said the Tensor.Tension, apprehension and dissension have begun.
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