Roll over, Edmund Burke!
Believe it or not, George Wills, Tucker Carlson, and David Brooks played together in a cover band in the early ’80’s called the Grammarians. Here’s an exclusive playlist of their first and only album, a self-published collection of cover songs with grammatically correct lyrics. Unfortunately, all of the albums have been bought by the Koch Brothers and destroyed, along with the original tapes.
Here’s what we’re missing:
“I Can’t Get Any Satisfaction” – The Rolling Stones
“It Isn’t I, Babe” – Bob Dylan
“Love Me Tenderly” – Elvis Presley
“Everyone Has Something to Hide Except for My Monkey and Me” – the Beatles
“Whom Do You Love” – Bo Diddley
“What Did I Say” – Ray Charles
“There’s Nothing like the Real Thing” – Marvin Gaye and Tammy Terrell
“Lie Down, Sally” – Eric Clapton
“There Isn’t Any Sunshine When You Are Gone” – Bill Withers
“I Feel Well” – James Brown
2 thoughts on “The Grammarians: Covers”
I [heart] George Wills when he schools opponents and elucidates authoritarutatively.
I desitively agree, Folly Dude.