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Monday, October 20, 2008

Musical Monday #64

Welcome to the 64th edition of Musical Monday, the weekly quiz that Soccer Dad and I alternate hosting. With MM having gone bi-weekly for the past couple of editions, it's been almost a month since my last one. I've missed these - it will be nice getting back on our regular schedule!

As always, the challenge is to identify the title and artist of each song quote, as well as the common theme of the set of songs. This week, though I couldn't quite find 64 examples to match the edition number, I flipped it around and gave you 46! Note also that there are two groups of songs, 1-25 and 26-46. Both relate to the same overall theme, but in different ways (or perhaps to a different extent).

Finally, I'll confirm that today, as in the last edition, I am looking for one specific version of each song, usually - though not necessarily - the most well-known one:

1) "Papa's bankbook wasn't big enough"
2) "I know that my emotions are something I just can't tame"
3) "Good times never seemed so good"
4) "And your horse naturally won"
5) "Or has time re-written every line?"
6) "My home lies deep within you"
7) "Sweet dreams till sunbeams find you"
8) "When choosing sides for basketball"
9) "We might be laughing a bit too loud"
10) "Some say love, it is a hunger, an endless aching need"
11) "You've got troubles, well I've got 'em too"
12) "Never been a sinner, I never sinned"
13) "After a while we run under a tree"
14) "Paid for every dance, selling each romance"
15) "Wouldn't like to get my love caught in the slammin' door"
16) "They got three stop signs, two police officers, and one police car"
17) "You were speaking to me by choosing letters with your eyebrow"
18) "Judy and Johnny just walked through the door"
19) "But when I dial the telephone, nobody's home"
20) "My feet are flat, and my asthma's getting worse"
21) "She was collecting quarters in a paper cup"
22) "They ain’t makin' carpenters who know what nails are for"
23) "Plucked her eyebrows on the way"
24) "We lie awake, this wall between us"
25) "Out of darkness comes light, twilight unto the heights"

26) "In restless dreams I walked alone"
27) "No, his mind is not for rent"
28) "And we just can't find the sound"
29) "Just put me in a wheelchair and put me on a plane"
30) "Keeping it a mystery gets to me"
31) "When you're with me baby the skies will be blue"
32) "She was pure like snowflakes"
33) "Ride a painted pony"
34) "The candles blew then disappeared"
35) "Way down around Vicksburg, around Louisiana way"
36) "Paint myself in blue and red and black and gray"
37) "You pop caught you smoking, and he said, 'No way'!"
38) "And your friends, baby, they treat you like a guest"
39) "Together they would travel on a boat with billowed sail"
40) "Everybody's beneath the trees, feeding pigeons on a limb"
41) "Send it off in a letter to yourself"
42) "I was just in the middle of a dream"
43) "A compromise would surely help the situation"
44) "You've got the teeth of a hydra upon you"
45) "In a little café just the other side of the border"
46) "Let me take you baby, down to the river bed"

Enjoy, good luck, and gutten moed!

40 Comments:

At 10/20/08, 9:38 AM, Blogger Soccer Dad said...

Good Moed.

Is #9 a gimme?

Only the good die young - Billy Joel.

13) Laughter in the Rain - Neil Sedaka

16) Alice's Resaurant - Arlo Guthrie

26) Sounds of Silence - Simon and Garfunkel

38) Somebody to love - Jefferson Airplane

41) Rikki don't lose that number - Steely Dan

43) The things we do for love - 10 cc

45) Come a little closer - Jay and the Americans

I dunno, do at least one member of each act have some Jewish ancestry?

 
At 10/20/08, 9:40 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Welcome back!

3 - Sweet Caroline - Neil Diamond
4 - You're So Vain - Carly Simon
8 - At Seventeen - Janis Ian
9 - Only the Good Die Young - Billy Joel
10 - The Rose - Bette Midler
12 - Spirit in the Sky - Norman Greenbaum
14 - Just a Gigolo - David Lee Roth
18 - It's My Party - Lesley Gore
23 - Walk on the Wild Side - Lou Reed

27 - Tom Sawyer - Rush
28 - Beth - Kiss
32 - Centerfold - J. Geils Band
34 - Don't Fear the Reaper - Blue Oyster Cult
38 - Somebody to Love - Jefferson Airplane
41 - Rikki Don't Lose That Number - Steely Dan
43 - The Things We Do for Love - 10cc
44 - Get It On, Bang a Gong - T. Rex

-- Clayton

 
At 10/20/08, 12:13 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

1 - Tangled Up in Blue - Bob Dylan (can't believe I missed this one first time through)
7 - Dream a Little Dream of Me - Mama Cass/Mamas and the Papas

33- Spinning Wheel - Blood, Sweat and Tears
35 - Mississippi Queen - Mountain

-- Clayton

 
At 10/20/08, 12:28 PM, Blogger Gail said...

2. I Feel the Earth Move - Carole King
39. Puff the Magic Dragon - Peter, Paul and Mary

 
At 10/20/08, 1:01 PM, Blogger LEL said...

5.The Way We Were-Barbra Streisand
7.Dream a Little Dream-The Mammas and the Pappas
8.At Seventeen-Janis Ian
9.Only the Good Die Young-Billy Joel
10.The Rose-Bette Midler
12.Spirited in the Sky-Norm Greenbaum
26.Sounds of Silence-Simon and Garfunkel
28.Beth-Kiss
29.I Wanna Be Sedated-The Ramones
32.Centerfold-The J.Geils Band
33.Spinning Wheels
38.Somebody to Love-Jefferson Airplane
The theme is Jewish artists

 
At 10/20/08, 1:02 PM, Blogger LEL said...

12.Spirit in the Sky-Norm Greenbaum

 
At 10/20/08, 1:19 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

40 - Quinn the Eskimo - Bob Dylan

-- Clayton

 
At 10/20/08, 1:20 PM, Blogger LEL said...

14.I'm Just a Gigalo-David Lee Roth

 
At 10/20/08, 1:44 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Looking at the guesses again, I notice that the first group is solo artists and the second is bands, which makes me think that #40 should instead be "The Mighty Quinn" by Manfred Mann's Earth Band.

-- Clayton

 
At 10/20/08, 2:28 PM, Blogger LEL said...

3.Sweet Caroline-Neil Diamond

 
At 10/20/08, 4:02 PM, Blogger Soccer Dad said...

Everything I've seen reinforces my idea about Jewish heritage. All members of J. Geils, but one (J. Geils!) is Jewish. Manfred Mann is Jewish. Carole King and Neil Sedaka are. I believe three of the four members of Kiss are Jewish. Gene Simmons was born Chaim Vatz. I haven't looked through the clues enough to see if Aerosmith is included but Steve Tyler is Jewish. Jim Croce converted to Judaism causing a bit of friction with his family, but I didn't notice any of his lyrics. And did you know that David Brian of Van Halen is really David Brian Rashbaum? (I believe that the lead singer of Simply Red is also a Rashbaum.)

Of course so are Bob Dylan and Simon and Garfunkel.

 
At 10/20/08, 4:14 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Soccer Dad: Which is the Jim Croce song?

-- Clayton

 
At 10/20/08, 4:56 PM, Anonymous ral315 said...

37) Fight for your Right - Beastie Boys

We've picked out 30 of 46. Incomplete are:

6) "My home lies deep within you"
11) "You've got troubles, well I've got 'em too"
15) "Wouldn't like to get my love caught in the slammin' door"
17) "You were speaking to me by choosing letters with your eyebrow"
19) "But when I dial the telephone, nobody's home"
20) "My feet are flat, and my asthma's getting worse"
21) "She was collecting quarters in a paper cup"
22) "They ain’t makin' carpenters who know what nails are for"
24) "We lie awake, this wall between us"
25) "Out of darkness comes light, twilight unto the heights"
30) "Keeping it a mystery gets to me"
31) "When you're with me baby the skies will be blue"
36) "Paint myself in blue and red and black and gray"
39) "Together they would travel on a boat with billowed sail"
42) "I was just in the middle of a dream"
46) "Let me take you baby, down to the river bed"

Solved are:

1) Tangled Up in Blue - Bob Dylan
2) I Feel the Earth Move - Carole King
3) Sweet Caroline - Neil Diamond
4) You're So Vain - Carly Simon
5) The Way We Were - Barbra Streisand
7) Dream a Little Dream of Me - "Mama" Cass Elliot
8) At Seventeen - Janis Ian
9) Only the good die young - Billy Joel
10) The Rose - Bette Midler
12) Spirit in the Sky - Norman Greenbaum
13) Laughter in the Rain - Neil Sedaka
14) Just a Gigolo - David Lee Roth
16) Alice's Restaurant - Arlo Guthrie
18) It's My Party - Lesley Gore
23) Walk on the Wild Side - Lou Reed
26) Sounds of Silence - Simon and Garfunkel
27) Tom Sawyer - Rush
28) Beth - Kiss
29) I Wanna Be Sedated - The Ramones
32) Centerfold - J. Geils Band
33) Spinning Wheel - Blood, Sweat and Tears
34) Don't Fear the Reaper - Blue Oyster Cult
35) Mississippi Queen - Mountain
37) Fight for your Right - Beastie Boys
38) Somebody to Love - Jefferson Airplane
40) Quinn the Eskimo - Manfred Mann's Earth Band
41) Rikki Don't Lose That Number - Steely Dan
43) The things we do for love - 10 cc
44) Get It On, Bang a Gong - T. Rex
45) Come a Little Bit Closer - Jay and the Americans

 
At 10/20/08, 9:30 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

SD: I didn't read your comment closely enough past "Jim Croce converted to Judaism". Duh... Never mind. :)

-- Clayton

 
At 10/21/08, 3:07 AM, Blogger LEL said...

31.Happy Together-The Turtles

 
At 10/21/08, 4:14 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

42 - Stranger in Town - Toto

Not sure about this one. I can't remember exactly how the Toto lyric goes, but if this isn't it, then it's very similar.

-- Clayton

 
At 10/21/08, 6:13 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

30 - My Sharona - The Knack

-- Clayton

 
At 10/22/08, 3:20 AM, Blogger LEL said...

23.Take a Walk on the Wild Side-Lou Reed

 
At 10/22/08, 3:22 AM, Blogger LEL said...

41.FM-Steely Dan

 
At 10/22/08, 8:38 PM, Blogger LEL said...

27.Tom Sawyer-Rush

 
At 10/23/08, 2:18 AM, Blogger LEL said...

I thought Steven Tyler was Italian.

Who is David Brian? David Lee Roth is the lead singer of Van Halen. And he is Jewish.

 
At 10/23/08, 5:40 AM, Blogger trn said...

There are so many this week, much more than usual, that I knew or at least somewhat recognized! All of these have been identified except for 20, which is a Phil Ochs song that I think is titled Draft-Dodging Rag.

Kudos to Soccer Dad on figuring out the theme. And to LEL, who got it as well.

Somehow I was certain the theme this installment was going to be powers of two from 2 to 64. But I like these more complex themes!

 
At 10/23/08, 6:01 AM, Blogger trn said...

Hmm, the lyric from Puff the Magic Dragon by Peter, Paul, and Mary is included in the updated list as yet unidentified; this is lyric 39 and was previously identified by . . . Gail.

 
At 10/23/08, 10:09 AM, Blogger Soccer Dad said...

Laura,

Did I write Van Halen?

Whoops!

I meant Bon Jovi.

David Brian is a guitarist (with classical training, no less) for Bon Jovi. I believe he's also scored a musical.

Clayton,

I don't know if there's a Jim Croce song there or not, I hadn't studied all the lyrics enough. I just brought up the possibility. His wife/widow Ingrid is Jewish. I did a post "He had a Hebrew name" about Jim Croce.

 
At 10/23/08, 10:42 AM, Blogger Soccer Dad said...

Check out the Challah fame.

 
At 10/23/08, 11:18 AM, Blogger Soccer Dad said...

In an e-mail Elie explained that Jim Croce was too obscure.

Anyway he encouraged me to look at 42. It took me a moment, but it's
Manic Monday by the Bangles.

The whole phrase was
"I was just in the middle of a dream.
I was kissing David Gerstman by a crystal blue Italian stream."

(hey David Gerstman as the same number of sylabels as "Valentino.") As you can tell, the song was popular before I got married!

 
At 10/23/08, 1:22 PM, Blogger trn said...

Jim Croce was too obscure

As a musician or as a Jew?

 
At 10/23/08, 1:28 PM, Blogger Elie said...

As a Jew.

Great job so far, folks! Keep working on the others - I'll plan to post the solution tomorrow or Sunday.

 
At 10/23/08, 1:45 PM, Blogger trn said...

Ooh, great site, Soccer Dad. Thanks!

 
At 10/23/08, 3:12 PM, Blogger Soccer Dad said...

TRN,

Elie e-mailed me that it was the source for this MM.

David

 
At 10/23/08, 10:03 PM, Anonymous ral315 said...

Update: Looks like 34/46 solved; these are the 12 that haven't been solved:

6) "My home lies deep within you"
11) "You've got troubles, well I've got 'em too"
15) "Wouldn't like to get my love caught in the slammin' door"
17) "You were speaking to me by choosing letters with your eyebrow"
19) "But when I dial the telephone, nobody's home"
20) "My feet are flat, and my asthma's getting worse"
21) "She was collecting quarters in a paper cup"
22) "They ain’t makin' carpenters who know what nails are for"
24) "We lie awake, this wall between us"
25) "Out of darkness comes light, twilight unto the heights"
36) "Paint myself in blue and red and black and gray"
46) "Let me take you baby, down to the river bed"

Good catch, trn, I missed Puff the Magic Dragon when making the initial list.

I don't recognize 22, but it sounds like a reference to the crucifixion (which could, of course, tie into the theme somehow). 6 sounds familiar, but I'm sure I wouldn't be able to place it. Same with 19, although it could just be because a lot of songs reference telephones.

 
At 10/23/08, 11:40 PM, Blogger trn said...

Thanks ral315. The lyric from Puff the Magic Dragon was one I immediately recognized earlier, so it jumped out at me again from your updated list.

And of course thank you for making the lists.

Please note that I identified 20 earlier.

24 vaguely reminds me of Don't Dream It's Over.

 
At 10/24/08, 8:43 AM, Blogger Soccer Dad said...

19) All by myself - Eric Carmen

 
At 10/24/08, 8:48 AM, Blogger Soccer Dad said...

I'm thinking that 21 is Ariel by Dean Friedman.

There are two different versions of the song.

I'm guessing that the Looking Glass isn't here, though the main guy was named Elliott Lurie.

(There are only so many lyrics in Brandy!)

Is there a Barry Manilow song in here anywhere?

 
At 10/24/08, 10:34 AM, Blogger Soccer Dad said...

6) I write the songs - Barry Manilow.

(I guessed this after an e-mail exchange confirming that Manilow was represented.)

 
At 10/24/08, 12:47 PM, Blogger trn said...

Is there a Sammy Davis, Jr. song?

This is a great theme, Elie!

 
At 10/24/08, 2:37 PM, Anonymous ral315 said...

We're up to 38/46; I don't think I've missed any in this update. The eight unsolved:

11) "You've got troubles, well I've got 'em too"
15) "Wouldn't like to get my love caught in the slammin' door"
17) "You were speaking to me by choosing letters with your eyebrow"
22) "They ain’t makin' carpenters who know what nails are for"
24) "We lie awake, this wall between us"
25) "Out of darkness comes light, twilight unto the heights"
36) "Paint myself in blue and red and black and gray"
46) "Let me take you baby, down to the river bed"

Solved are:

1) Tangled Up in Blue - Bob Dylan
2) I Feel the Earth Move - Carole King
3) Sweet Caroline - Neil Diamond
4) You're So Vain - Carly Simon
5) The Way We Were - Barbra Streisand
6) I write the Songs - Barry Manilow
7) Dream a Little Dream of Me - "Mama" Cass Elliot
8) At Seventeen - Janis Ian
9) Only the good die young - Billy Joel
10) The Rose - Bette Midler
12) Spirit in the Sky - Norman Greenbaum
13) Laughter in the Rain - Neil Sedaka
14) Just a Gigolo - David Lee Roth
16) Alice's Restaurant - Arlo Guthrie
18) It's My Party - Lesley Gore
19) All by Myself - Eric Carmen
20) Draft-Dodging Rag - Phil Ochs
21) Ariel - Dean Friedman
23) Walk on the Wild Side - Lou Reed
26) Sounds of Silence - Simon and Garfunkel
27) Tom Sawyer - Rush
28) Beth - Kiss
29) I Wanna Be Sedated - The Ramones
30) My Sharona - The Knack
31) Happy Together - The Turtles
32) Centerfold - J. Geils Band
33) Spinning Wheel - Blood, Sweat and Tears
34) Don't Fear the Reaper - Blue Oyster Cult
35) Mississippi Queen - Mountain
37) Fight for your Right - Beastie Boys
38) Somebody to Love - Jefferson Airplane
39) Puff the Magic Dragon - Peter, Paul and Mary
40) Quinn the Eskimo - Manfred Mann's Earth Band
41) Rikki Don't Lose That Number - Steely Dan
42) Manic Monday - The Bangles
43) The things we do for love - 10 cc
44) Get It On, Bang a Gong - T. Rex
45) Come a Little Bit Closer - Jay and the Americans

 
At 10/24/08, 3:00 PM, Blogger Soccer Dad said...

Thanks RAL for the list.

I don't know if all my guesses are correct.

 
At 10/24/08, 3:03 PM, Blogger Elie said...

I'll give y'all until Sunday - this is still going strong!

The list above posted at 2:37 pm looks correct, so there are only those last eight remaining. I will admit that I probably wouldn't have gotten any of them myself. But keep trying!

 
At 10/26/08, 12:35 PM, Blogger Elie said...

Great job, Soccer Dad, Clayton, Gail, Laura, ral315, and TRN! You ID'ed all but eight of the 46 song quotes, and Soccer Dad and then Laura guessed the theme, which – appropriate for a period so full of Jewish holidays – was Jewish pop singers/bands. For the latter category, I limited it to groups where several members, or at least the lead singer/founder, were Jewish. I also avoided artists who, though often found on lists of Jewish entertainers, would not be considered such (Jewish, that is) under halacha, such as those with only Jewish fathers – e.g., Warren Zevon – as well as non-halachik converts - e.g., Sammy Davis Jr. and the above-mentioned Jim Croce.

I did realize two good choices that I missed, both of whom are semi-regulars in my MM quizzes as well! So sorry, Tom Lehrer and Allan Sherman - guess I was thinking "musical" but not "funny"! In any case, I did have lots of fun – and learned quite a bit too – researching and putting this together.

Here is the complete list of correct responses. For each band, I'll also clarify why they made the category:

1) "Papa's bankbook wasn't big enough" - "Tangled Up In Blue", Bob Dylan
2) "I know that my emotions are something I just can't tame" - "I Feel The Earth Move", Carole King
3) "Good times never seemed so good" - "Sweet Caroline", Neil Diamond
4) "And your horse naturally won" - "You're So Vain", Carly Simon
5) "Or has time re-written every line?" - "The Way We Were", Barbara Streisand
6) "My home lies deep within you" - "I Write The Songs", Barry Manilow
7) "Sweet dreams till sunbeams find you" - "Dream a Little Dream of Me", Cass Elliot
8) "When choosing sides for basketball" - "At Seventeen", Janis Ian
9) "We might be laughing a bit too loud" - "Only The Good Die Young", Billy Joel
10) "Some say love, it is a hunger, an endless aching need" - "The Rose", Bette Midler
11) "You've got troubles, well I've got 'em too" - "You've Got a Friend In Me" (from "Toy Story"), Randy Newman (Yes, I know he had a more well-known song with lyrics, but I despise that one too much to use it.)
12) "Never been a sinner, I never sinned" - "Spirit in the Sky", Norman Greenbaum
13) "After a while we run under a tree" - "Laughter in the Rain", Neil Sedaka
14) "Paid for every dance, selling each romance" - "Just a Gigolo", David Lee Roth
15) "Wouldn't like to get my love caught in the slammin' door" - "Straight Up", Paula Abdul
16) "They got three stop signs, two police officers, and one police car" - "Alice's Restaurant", Arlo Guthrie
17) "You were speaking to me by choosing letters with your eyebrow" - "Woman With the Strength of 10,000 Men", Peter Himmelman
18) "Judy and Johnny just walked through the door" - "It's My Party", Lesley Gore
19) "But when I dial the telephone, nobody's home" - "All By Myself", Eric Carmen
20) "My feet are flat, and my asthma's getting worse" - "Draft Dodger Rag", Phil Ochs
21) "She was collecting quarters in a paper cup" - "Ariel", Dean Friedman
22) "They ain’t makin’ carpenters who know what nails are for" - "They Ain't Makin' Jews Like Jesus Anymore", Kinky Friedman
23) "Plucked her eyebrows on the way" - "Walk On The Wild Side", Lou Reed
24) "We lie awake, this wall between us" - "How Can We Be Lovers?", Michael Bolton
25) "Out of darkness comes light, twilight unto the heights" - "King Without A Crown", Matisyahu

26) "In restless dreams I walked alone" - "Sounds of Silence", Simon & Garfunkel
Duh!
27) "No, his mind is not for rent" - "Tom Sawyer", Rush
Lead singer and lyricist Geddy Lee, born Gary Lee Weinrib
28) "And we just can't find the sound" - "Beth", Kiss
As Soccer Dad pointed out above, both Paul Stanley aka Stanley Harvey Eisen, and Gene Simmons aka Chaim Witz
29) "Just put me in a wheelchair and put me on a plane" - "I Wanna Be Sedated", The Ramones
Lead singer and lyricist Joey Ramone, born Jeffrey Ross Hyman
30) "Keeping it a mystery gets to me" - "My Sharona", The Knack
Lead singer and lyricist Doug Feiger
31) "When you're with me baby the skies will be blue" - "Happy Together", The Turtles
Both founders/singers, Howard "Flo" Kaylan and Mark "Eddie" Volman
32) "She was pure like snowflakes" - "Centerfold", The J. Geils Band
See Soccer Dad's comment above
33) "Ride a painted pony" - "Spinning Wheel", Blood, Sweat and Tears
Founder/lyricist Al Kooper and several other of the original members
34) "The candles blew then disappeared" - "Don't Fear the Reaper", Blue Öyster Cult
Fonders and/or songwriters Sandy Pearlman, Eric Bloom, and Richard Melzter
35) "Way down around Vicksburg, around Louisiana way" - "Mississippi Queen", Mountain
Lead singer and lyricist Leslie West, born Leslie Weinstein
36) "Paint myself in blue and red and black and gray" - "Mr. Jones", Counting Crows
Lead singer and lyricist Adam Duritz
37) "You pop caught you smoking, and he said, 'No way'!" - "(You Gotta) Fight for Your Right (To Party!)", Beastie Boys
All three founding members "Ad-Rock", "MCA", and "Mike D.", who were born Adam Horowitz, Adam Yauch, and Michael Diamond respectively
38) "And your friends, baby, they treat you like a guest" - "Somebody To Love", Jefferson Airplane
Lead singer and lyricist Marty Balin, as well as at least two other original members
39) "Together they would travel on a boat with billowed sail" - "Leaving On A Jet Plane", Peter, Paul and Mary
Singer/songwriter Peter Yarrow
40) "Everybody's beneath the trees, feeding pigeons on a limb" - "The Mighty Quinn (Quinn the Eskimo)", Manfred Mann
Mann was born Manfred Sepse Lubowitz in South Africa
41) "Send it off in a letter to yourself" - "Rikki Don't Lose That Number", Steely Dan
Lead singer and lyricist Donald Fagan
42) "I was just in the middle of a dream" - "Manic Monday", The Bangles
Lead singer (or one of them, anyway) and guitarist Susanna Hoffs
43) "A compromise would surely help the situation" - "The Things We Do For Love", 10CC
Three out of the four members of the band, Graham Gouldman, Kevin Godley and Lol Creme
44) "You've got the teeth of a hydra upon you" - "Bang a Gong (Get It On)", T-Rex
Lead singer and lyricist Marc Bolan
45) "In a little café just the other side of the border" - "Come A Little Bit Closer", Jay and the Americans
Actually an all-Jewish band, according to "jewsrock.com"!
46) "Let me take you baby, down to the river bed" - "I Got A Line On You", Spirit
Lead singer and lyricist Randy California, born Randy Craig Wolfe

Thanks again all! MM is now back on weekly status, so look for #65 tomorrow 10/27 at Soccer Dad, and #66 back here on 11/3.

 

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