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Posted by shanoah on January 2, 2009

I suppose we could have less conversation. I tend to be good at that, really. Especially after thinking about you giving a hamster mouth to mouth.

You know, I was already familiar with that song, but wasn’t familiar with the Nike commercial. Which, I suppose is typical of me. I already had a version of it in my bookmarks, right here:

A Little Less Conversation

Of course, I have a lot of interesting things in my bookmarks, like this:

Cheese and Onion

This song, of course is from the Rutles. John was once asked in an interview what he thought of the Rutles, and as a response, he started singing a bit of this song.

And of course, have any of you ever seen John Lennon singing with David Bowie?


The answer is, of course, no, you haven’t, and you are unlikely to. All the videos in this post are of the talented Steve Riks, in one case playing two separate people in the same video. Pretty good impersonator, isn’t he? Of course, I think his Lennon impression is the best of the ones I’ve seen him do…


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