BREEN BOY eating cabbage..anyone have a wav?greenspun.com : LUSENET : Aeon Flux : One Thread
For some reason i've had the song "good meat mutton pies..tell me when your mother dies..." running through my head for the past month or so...i really...REALLY want to find that wav file hehe..i'm desperate. thanks siva
-- siva (firstname.lastname@example.org), August 25, 2000
Yes! The Breen boy rules! I asked Peter about him a while back...he said that his name is Mead. Actually it would be interesting to know (but obsessive and nerdy?) more about him if Peter knows more... But anyway, I'd like to find that wav too, it's so disturbing.
-- John McDevitt (JuntMonkey@aol.com), August 25, 2000.
The Breen boys song has always been one of my favorites. that song goes through my head alot as well. I wonder if it has any deeper meaning? I watched the episode over and over hoping to find some small hint as to this odd but catchy tunes meaning is. Cold meat , mutton pies, tell me when your mother dies, I'll be there to bury her, cold meat mutton pies. This my just be inane, I often like inane things. Is it original or something out of old English maybe?
-- NAdar D. Richards (nadar@BigPoppaPump.zzn.com), August 26, 2000.
I think it's an old nursery rhyme...or jumping rope song..not sure
-- siva (email@example.com), August 27, 2000.
Seems to be a jumping rope song:
-- Callie21V (firstname.lastname@example.org), April 10, 2001.
That name holds so many memories for me. Callie, I know this isn't at all related but in the first season of Junk Yard Wars, there was woman named Callie. My point is has anyone from this forum seen that show, Phil Greenspun has a forum on that to if your interested.
Chaos might punish me for going so far off topic.
-- (hammerofthehorse@BigPoppaPump.zzn.com), April 11, 2001.
yup..i watch junk yard wars occasionally...i could never accomplish what they do with a big pile o trash :D
-- siva (email@example.com), April 11, 2001.
It's not "good" meat. It's "cold meat, mutton pies, tell me when your mother dies, I'll be there to burry her..."
-- R. Svengalli (firstname.lastname@example.org), October 18, 2001.
Hey. Had that catchy rhyme going through my head. If you are still interested, I found this. http://tangoman.home.mindspring.com/composer/sc-4b.html
I believe this is what we are looking for.
-- Not Important (Gtg049q@mail.gatech.edu), February 07, 2004.