“If you don’t eat yer meat, you can’t have any pudding. How can you have any pudding if you don’t eat yer meat?” ~ Pink Floyd, “Another Brick in the Wall”

                   

Stephanie: Nice move. Did you make that up?
Tony Manero: Yeah, well I saw it on TV first, then I made it up. ~ Saturday Night Fever

Feeling kind of quirky today. Found this wonderful mashup of Pink Floyd and The Bee Gees (seriously) over on I Want Ice Water, and had to share.

More later. Peace.

9 thoughts on ““If you don’t eat yer meat, you can’t have any pudding. How can you have any pudding if you don’t eat yer meat?” ~ Pink Floyd, “Another Brick in the Wall”

  1. lita,

    omg! i just noticed i wrote your name as ‘lola’ in my last comment! i’m so sorry. it’s so embarressing beause i have an aunt and cousin by the same name. my brain is so foggy these days.

    peace,

    julayne

  2. hi lola,

    i remember seeing saturday night fever in the theater! john travolta was soooo hot back then. thanks for the memory in a very unusual presentation :).

    peace,

    julayne

    1. Julayne,
      SNFever was such a great movie–that white suit. Stayin’ Alive was okay as a sequel, but it didn’t have the same sense of emptiness that filled all of the characters’ lives in SNF. I love the mashup.
      Peace.
      Lita

  3. Well, that was a bizarre mashup. Great synch of two awesome but unrelated subjects (unless I missed something). Thanks. any time I get to see John do that dance, I am grateful!

    1. Diana,
      You didn’t miss anything. I don’t believe that there was any great meaning behind it, just the serendipity of two songs in the same key with the same rhythm with the most dissimilar subjects. That’s what I love about it.
      Lita

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