Once again, the inspiration was found in my brother's back catalog (and at the bottom of many beer bottles). We found an old cassette tape containing "Stuff That Fell Out of Me" (that's really the title, folks). I haven't seen you for a whole month, and at the last minute you throw me a curve like this? Why don't you and Eileen go on in the house and make yourselves at home?
Vince: Bunny, listen, let's stay out here in the car and let them go on in..
Gomer: Well, heck's sake, we'll sit out here with ya if ya like.
Also a tribute to the smarmy lecherousness of Frank Sutton's Sgt. Vince Carter Black Bart: Have ya had enough, Nesters? Vince: Well...uh, well...well, does she have to tag along tonight? You said we were gonna be alone tonight, just you and me alone. Bunny: Sorry, Vince, it's double-date or no date at all.
Mike: The name is Nesmith and if you're gonna scream it out here in the middle of a war, get it right. Come on, baby, I haven't seen you in a whole month. Now Eileen is an old friend of the family, she's staying with me, and I'm not gonna go off and leave her by herself.
Vince: Look, baby, after we finish our drink, how about you and me going for a little walk? Bunny: Now don't be silly, I can't leave Eileen alone.
This is a double-date and we should stick together. I did like you asked me, I got a friend for your friend, let her have her own fun.
Your friend and Gomer will have a good time, and you and me can kinda sneak off and be by ourselves for a while. Yeah, this is more like it...yeah, it's gonna be a good evening after all, eh?
Just you and me alone, just you and me together alone.
here only one's thing worse than Pyle as a man, that's Pyle as a woman.
Vince Carter was an obvious first choice..long you knew he didn't mean the basketball star. Come up with a guy for a double-date, it ain't fair, it just ain't fair!
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