Nibby nabby noopy
La la la lo lo
Sabba sibby sabba
Nooby abba nabba
Le le lo lo
Tooby ooby walla
Nooby abba naba
Early morning singing song
Pretty much nonsense, isn't it.
These lyrics come from one of the most popular songs in recorded history.
Without them, who knows where "Good Morning Starshine" might have
ended up as far as musical legends go. Maybe just another song.
I know, you're really scratching your head right now wondering where this
is going. Oh don't worry, it's all going to make sense by the time I'm done
with this post.
Currently, on this forum, is a post featuring a very badly spun article. To
say the least, it was painful to read. I couldn't see any purpose for it.
Certainly nobody reading it would take the author seriously.
And then somebody brought up the possibility that the author might have
done this so as to make it so bad that people would find anything on the
page to click away from it (usually Adsense ads) and thus give the author
an income in the process.
Pure genius if you ask me...assuming it works.
Now please don't get me wrong. As a very proud article writer, I would
never stoop to such a low. I'd rather have my head pickled in alcohol and
fed to zombies.
However, before we judge a "marketing" tactic, we need to look at the
context of which it exists.
Just because something on its own is "bad" doesn't mean that it's always
Had we taken these same lyrics and put them into an operatic piece, I'd
venture to say that the composer, as well as the performers involved,
would have been laughed off the classical scene.
The Beatles did a song, back on 1970 (the back of Let It Be) that was a
tackoff on lounge acts. It was called "You Know My Name...Look Up My
Number." The whole song was nothing but that one line, the end of which
featured (I think John) mumbling some incoherent stuff that didn't even
The song was an absolute scream and one of their most original and clever
Gliddy glub gloopy?
Somewhere in the world of marketing, there is a place for this sort of
Learn how to recognize where it belongs and you can become a very