Washing Dirty Linen in Public
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Dry Inside but Foggy Wet Outside
Space Capsule Looking Machines
Dixie and Dundas Roads
You gotta keep 'em separated / You like the latest fashions / You'd like to keep 'em clean / You take a trip every week to the laundromat / Throw a load in the washing machine / But if you don't wanna ruin your clothes / You gotta sort 'em out first as everyone knows / Remember bright colors and the others don't mix / Before you wash'em up, wash'em up, wash'em up, wash'em up / Hey / Are your undies turning pink / Take 'em out (You gotta keep'em separated)/ Hey, are your cottons gonna shrink
Sort 'em out (You gotta keep'em separated) / Hey, then when it's time / You can stick' em in the dryer / You can hang 'em on a line / Hey, it's laundry day
No one will believe that these words would resonate truth in them. These are the same words Weird Al Yankovic (insert blank balloon bubble here for kids from 90s above) used to sing. But when it came from someone who won 3 Grammy Awards (he won last year by the way) albeit through parody, then you’d probably have to tune in and listen.
But really, just read the lyrics and you’d know he speaks the truth as even experts would.
Sometimes its good to take people like Weird Al seriously.
Grammy Awards Night this Saturday, February 13 (and yes, Laundry Day too)