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I've buried the answers where ye'll never find them, ye scurvy landlubbers! Seek them if ye dare!

srah - Sunday, 7 September 2003 - 9:19 AM
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gravatar denzylle - September 7, 2003 - 4:14 PM -

That's always annoyed me a wee bit.

Maybe it shuid be 'sitting...' as opposed to 'sat...'. It's ambiguous as, with the rest of the sentence that the artistic licence (and meter) leaves out, it *cuid* be correct, grammatically, that the two had been 'sat' there like bookends, but 'sitting' would be more likely, as if they had free will to do so.

But - free will, history, and two old 'divorcees', still with hot and vastly separate agenda (agenda being plural, another Denz-grammaticism) being what they are, I guess someone did have tae sit the two of 'em there together.

There's goes the licence of artistry.

And - eat my words - (soon) here comes S+G's 2004 tour details!!

gravatar denzylle - September 7, 2003 - 4:19 PM -

Wuidnae ye jist think tha' sich a stickler for grammatical accuracy cuid spell 'license'?

Me, I'll take the capricious sense of licentiousness and say 'licence' is English for 'license'...

gravatar srah - September 7, 2003 - 4:46 PM -

The whole song sort of waffles around between the present and future tenses... so maybe this is a venture into the past.

gravatar srah - September 7, 2003 - 4:48 PM -

Agendae?

And aren't they both men? Then they would be divorcs rather than divorces.

Poor S&G. So picked-apart.

I really did believe that 'licence' was a British spelling.

gravatar Jez - September 8, 2003 - 4:21 AM -

'licence' is the British spelling.

gravatar srah - September 8, 2003 - 8:16 AM -

I have now lost all understanding of the English language and have no idea how it's spelled in either.

gravatar Jez - September 8, 2003 - 8:53 AM -

But speling is eezy!

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