Tish? Amusing word. Heres the story.
Do goody excellent bullTISH”.
Tish, I believed. Wow, I observed that modification more than I ever discovered the initial “shit” in the tune. And, I heard that tune A LOT in the past. A number of good friends played it over and over at celebrations and such, and Paul Ferm and I used the entire soundtrack from “Dark Side of the Moon” for an impressionist art presentation we did as senior citizens in high school.
I began listening to other songs, and observed a number of with the word “tish” as a replacement word for “shit”. Too bad they could not get a bit more imaginative like in Steve Millers “Jet Airliner” where the lyrics “cool shit goin down in the city” were altered to ” cool kicks goin down in the city” in the abbreviated radio variation.
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I discovered some time ago that in the lyrics to Pink Floyds “Money” song, when played over the air on the radio, had been “cleaned up” a bit. Tish, I thought. Wow, I saw that change more than I ever saw the initial “shit” in the tune. Even when she was something unintelligible” (I presume “giving head” was just reversed, however its definitely not as easily reasonable as “tish”.
The funny part though is that later in the song “And the colored ladies go” was left unchanged, which made me question about the existing political correctness virus infecting all part of our society.
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Today I heard a brand-new on that actually blew me away. Even when she was something muddled” (I assume “giving head” was just reversed, but its certainly not as easily easy to understand as “tish”.
The amusing part though is that later in the song “And the colored ladies go” was left unchanged, which made me wonder about the existing political correctness infection infecting all part of our society. I guess that one got past the PC censors. Maybe due to the fact that its Lou Reed and not a nation music artist like “Accidental Racist” Brad Paisley.
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