NAPOLEON XIV - THEY'RE COMING TO TAKE ME AWAY, HA-HAAA! sözleri
This is a video for the song They're Coming to Take Me Away, Ha-Haaa! by Napoleon XIV. It contains mostly rough shots of celebrities, people on good & bad drugs, & some rather motley lookin' people as well. I don't think that any clips I used were of actual mentally challenged or insane people. At least they weren't until they took the drugs anyway.
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My mind during a test.
Looks like some video from Woodstock there, yeah, drugs. Good reason right here to stay faaaaaar away from them, or YOU TOO may end up on a video like this!!!! hahahahahh! I actually remember this song on the radio when I was a kid! Very bizarre even then!
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Sums up the diversity of the 19 60's
Imagine coming to listen to this classic and you get a Tik Tok ad
DO NOT DISTURB : Jerry Samuels s 'amuse ..... New York artist , play seven instruments with fantasies , like to-day One-man Band ....... here's NAPOLEON 14 .....
This is about world war two. Vote for Mitch McConnel and Kentucky Republicans if you love Nazis so much. I voted in Los Angeles and voted against Trump and all that rotten Jesus worshipping bullshit. Remember Adolph Hitler? He's still a hero to neocons. Rotten gang banging street thugs. A young man from Kentucky said they would have rioted if they didn't get their way. Republicans are rotten street thugs. Gravel throwing bullshitting trash.
There is a certain DonaldT in pulsuz video yukle"https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aOx2I6DgqXY&t=1m22s">1:22 - who did that! :D
This describes Hillary Clinton.
Jerry Samuels was a recording engineer at Associated Recording Studios in New York at the time when the song was written. He had learned a way to alter the pitch of a track using a Potentiometer (a tape speed control). After recording the drum track at the standard speed, he played it back through headphones while recording the voiceover. As he did this, he gradually reduced the tape speed and slowly returned it to normal speed while reciting the lyrics in time with the relative speed of the drum track. This gave him the idea for a song based on the rhythm of the old Scottish tune "The Campbells Are Coming".
The lyrics describe the effect on the mental health of an individual after a break-up. His paranoid thinking makes him believe that he is being pursued by "those nice young men in their clean white coats" (i.e., psychiatric attendants) who are coming to transport him to the funny farm/happy home (i.e., mental hospital), and he welcomes them as an end to his misery. The main character seems to be addressing an ex-girlfriend or wife, and describes his descent into madness after she has left him. However, the last verse of the song finishes: "They'll find you yet and when they do / they’ll put you in the ASPCA / You mangy mutt". Some interpret he's all the more insane as this may mean he's gone mad simply because his dog ran away.
"They're Coming to Take Me Away, Ha-Haaa!" has the distinction of being the song to drop the farthest within the Top 40 in a single week. It charted for six weeks during 1966. In week four, it peaked at #3, scored #5 in week five, and fell to #37 in week six. This was because radio programmers removed the song from their playlists, fearing anger from people who might think it was ridiculing the mentally ill. This occurred most notably in the New York market, where both the New York Top 40 music radio stations of the time (WABC and WMCA) banned broadcasting of the song. (WABC continued to include the song on its local Top 20 list, despite no longer broadcasting it.)
Opposition to the banning saw teenagers picketing WMCA, carrying such signs as "We're coming to take WMCA away! Unfair to Napoleon in every way." A plane also flew a banner to protest WMCA's banning the record.
RIP in peace Chris Marquis
was that jim morrison at pulsuz video yukle"https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aOx2I6DgqXY&t=00m40s">00:40 ?
Chrysippus of Soli
Funny a song like this I remember so well. I was 13 when this was being played. Just before The Beatles got huge in America. Thank goodness for The Beatles!
The song at the start is Jeffrey Dahmer making sounds and its edited
space cake are bad!!!XD
i think i need help lol
They' ll come and take Merkel away hohoooo.....
Thank you for making me feel like the smartest, best looking, most normal person on the planet for 2 and a half minutes.