Monday, March 14, 2005

Endless Summary: Vol. 21 – Love You

One-sentence capsule summaries of Beach Boys songs, album by album.
  1. "Let Us Go On This Way": Carl says you make sitting in class more than tolerable.
  2. "Roller Skating Child": Mike has a crush on a girl at the roller rink.
  3. "Mona": Dennis would like to listen to Phil Spector songs with the title character.
  4. "Johnny Carson": Mike enjoys watching the Tonight Show.
  5. "Good Time" (recorded for Landlocked): Brian doesn't know that he and his girlfriend will last, but they don't care, as they're just looking to have fun.
  6. "Honkin' Down The Highway": Al is caught in traffic on his way to a hot date.
  7. "Ding Dang": Mike loves a girl madly, but she treats him badly.
  8. "Solar System": Brian explains astronomy.
  9. "The Night Was So Young": A lovesick Carl can't sleep, so he gets up and has some milk.
  10. "I'll Bet He's Nice": Dennis, Brian, and Carl imagine your new boyfriend is a good guy, but don't want confirmation on that, as they're still in love with you.
  11. "Let's Put Our Hearts Together": Brian and his first wife Marilyn vow to stay together forever.
  12. "I Wanna Pick You Up": Dennis and Brian want to tickle your feet, shampoo your hair, and feed you breakfast from a little cup.
  13. "Airplane": Mike and Brian can't wait for their airplane ride to be over so they can meet their lover at the airport.
  14. "Love Is A Woman": Brian and Mike advise you to treat your woman nicely and tell her she smells good tonight.

3 Comments:

Blogger inspawt said...

excellent!
for more on this era, check this.
http://www.geocities.com/myfavritegroups/

3/16/2005 02:58:00 PM  
Blogger Karla said...

"...Or visit your local public library!"

3/18/2005 05:58:00 PM  
Blogger Peter Lynn said...

I've only read one of the interviews at that site so far, but it was terrific. Thanks for the link.

And yes, please patronize your local library. It's an invaluable resource for broadening your mind, and it's free of charge. Except that you pay for it through your taxes, of course, but such a small percentage of your taxes go to the library that it's practically free.

3/18/2005 06:31:00 PM  

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