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Defensible Lyrics 2

12 Jan 2016

This is the long-time-coming-but-not-necessarily-long-awaited second entry in my “Defensible Lyrics” series of blog posts, wherein I cite lyrics that I find to be — you guessed it — defensible.

The first post can be found here.

The lyrics included in this particular post are all thematically linked by the fact that they’re suppositional claims. While casually looking through my mind for defensible lyrics a couple of months ago, it dawned on me that, really, any suppositional claim could be defensible because the speaker isn’t really taking up a position or saying anything of substance — like “journalism.”

With that in mind, I give you: Defensible Lyrics 2.

Artist: Paul McCartney
Album: McCartney
Song: “Maybe I’m Amazed”
Year: 1970
Lyric: “Maybe I’m amazed at the way you love me all the time.”


Artist: Pat Benatar
Album: Tropico
Song: “We Belong”
Year: 1984
Lyric: “Maybe it’s a sign of weakness when I don’t know what to say.”


Artist: REM
Album: Automatic for the People
Song: “Drive”
Year: 1992
Lyric: “Maybe I ride.”


Artist: Dead Kennedys
Album: Plastic Surgery Disasters
Song: “Bleed for Me”
Year: 1982
Lyric: “Any time, anywhere, maybe you’ll just disappear.”


Artist: The Crickets
Album: The “Chirping” Crickets
Song: “Maybe Baby”
Year: 1957
Lyric: “Maybe, baby, you will love me some day.”

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