Jason (jcreed) wrote,
Jason
jcreed

Oh, internet.

I overheard some 60ish-sounding song standing in line in McDonald's today. It was just the standard sort of piped-in ceiling-speaker music, but it sounded kind of familiar, and I liked the way the bass line moved. I tried to listen to the lyrics, and all I could make out over the background noise of people talking was "...said there is no reason...". A couple of searches later, not only had I found the title and chord progression of the song, but also a cool page directed at the question, and titled, Does A Whiter Shade of Pale quote Bach?".
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