Post by chronoeclipse on Jun 3, 2020 9:37:17 GMT -6
Here's a good one:
Stacy's Mom by Fountains of Wayne - 2003
- The song was inspired by a friend of the lead singer's who had a crush on the singer's grandma when they were growing up. - The model that played the mom in the video is Rachel Hunter who is 50 now! - If we assume that the Stacy in the song was a high schooler age 15 - 18, and her mom was about 38 - 41 in 2003, then TODAY Stacy would be about 32 - 35 and her mom be 55 - 58!
Which means that Stacy's soon to be the hot mom that her teenage daughter's friend lust over and Stacy's mom is probably a granny now!
Who is now 50. Also, either my Dad or a man I call Uncle, back in the day, peed on her during a house party. My Mom says it was my Dad. My Dad says it was the guy who's daughter is their goddaughter. I honestly don't know who to believe. But, when I hear this song, I think about that story my folks tell from time to time. At one point, probably, someone I know urinated on a young, passed out Gwen Stefani 🤣.
The math and geography is right and it sounds feasible. 🤔
The song is "actually semi-biographical in nature, telling the story of songwriter and vocalist Max Bemis's grandparents, both of whom were Holocaust Survivors. The song documents the love between two individuals as they live their lives in the ghetto, in hiding, and in the work camp."
Anyways, I see this song narration in the view of his grandpa. Which means when he sings:
"Beneath the warm wood, ooh, love me so good, They won't hear us screw away the day, I'll make you say..."
That's the Grandpa bluntly flirting with his Max's Grandma.
The grandma is... 80+. Can't put an exact number, naturally. Old enough to have a sexual relationship during WWII. That much can be argued.
Post by chronoeclipse on Jul 3, 2020 13:52:11 GMT -6
Maggie May by Rod Stewart Released: 1971
So this song is actually about Rod Stewart's real life first sexual encounter when he was 16 back in 1961 with an older woman who seduced him at a music festival.
We don't know anything about the real Maggie May's identity, but the line 'The morning sun when it's in your face really shows your age' definitely implies that this wasn't some fresh perky 20-something that stole Rod's virginity that day.
If we generously assume she was merely twice the boys age that would have made her 32 in 1961, 42 when the song came out and 91 now! Wonder if she tells her grandkids about the time she seduced a teenage Rod Stewart!
"The song was written by David Paich, who has said that the song is based on numerous girls he had known. As a joke, the band members initially played along with the common assumption that the song was based on Rosanna Arquette, who was dating Toto keyboard player Steve Porcaro at the time and coincidentally had the same name."
Rosanna Arquette is 60. The multiple women this song is about are probably around that age range.
ark: Whooaaa that mattress scene
Jun 10, 2020 18:34:55 GMT -6
MeanMark: Right? I maintain the opinion that they should have showed some sort of process for the TF, but still a great scene nonetheless.
Jun 11, 2020 8:26:26 GMT -6
kappa: I feel like the point of that scene was a conversation towards her fears with monogamous long term relationship. The Aging was merely an extension personified, AND, in the backseat of what was really going on. A couple communicating.
Jun 11, 2020 9:13:11 GMT -6
kappa: However, I'd have enjoyed a gradual progression, still, I kinda get that execution
Jun 11, 2020 9:13:59 GMT -6
amoscrow: How do I post some WIPS on here? I wanna post some progress on something me and my GF are working on!
Jun 13, 2020 15:57:38 GMT -6
kappa: Not an expert, but, I think you just insert it on one of the square below the attachmentS
Jun 13, 2020 16:01:03 GMT -6
kappa: the group of boxes, the fourth one
Jun 13, 2020 16:01:34 GMT -6