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Re: TLK Music learning review/Q&A

PostPosted: May 22nd, 2015, 1:30 am
by gothprincesskiara
When it comes to Hakuna Matata...
Ain't no passing craze. Does it mean nothing to be crazy about?

Re: TLK Music learning review/Q&A

PostPosted: May 22nd, 2015, 1:31 am
by Elton John
It means it isn't a fad.

Re: TLK Music learning review/Q&A

PostPosted: May 22nd, 2015, 3:00 am
by gothprincesskiara
When it comes to Can you Feel the Love tonight

Stealing through the night's uncertainties. meaning what?

Re: TLK Music learning review/Q&A

PostPosted: May 22nd, 2015, 5:39 am
by Carl
To 'steal through' means to move stealthily and quietly through, so it's like sneaking past the uncertainties, the things they are unsure of. It basically means that they are seizing the moment and not worrying about anything else except each other.

Re: TLK Music learning review/Q&A

PostPosted: May 22nd, 2015, 6:45 pm
by gothprincesskiara
Morning Report

Chimps are going ape, giraffes remain above it all
Elephants remember, though just what I can't recall
Crocodiles are snapping up fresh offers from the banks
Showed interest in my nest egg but I quickly said, "No thanks!"
We haven't paid the hornbills and the vultures have a hunch
Not everyone invited will be coming back for lunch

This is the morning report
Gives you the long and the short
Every grunt, roar, and snort
Not a tale I distort
On the morning report

What are you doing, son?

Pouncing.

Let an old pro show you how it's done.

The buffalo have got a beef
About this season's grass (what could this mean?)
Warthogs have been thwarted(???)
In attempts to save their gas
Flamingoes in the pink and
Chasing secretary birds
Saffron is this season's color(what is the color of saffron I wonder, looking it up))
Seen in all the herds
Moving down the rank and file
To near the bottom rung(???explain)
Far too many beetles are
Quite frankly in the dung


Did Zazu just say this as a joke or for fun cause it really doesn't sound like a report, i dont know

Re: TLK Music learning review/Q&A

PostPosted: May 22nd, 2015, 6:46 pm
by Elton John
Yes, it's intended to be humerous.

Re: TLK Music learning review/Q&A

PostPosted: May 23rd, 2015, 12:59 am
by Carl
The buffalo have got a beef
About this season's grass (what could this mean?)

The buffalo don't like the grass.
Warthogs have been thwarted(???)
In attempts to save their gas

The warthogs can't hold in their gas.
Saffron is this season's color

Saffron is a yellow color.
Moving down the rank and file
To near the bottom rung(???explain)
Far too many beetles are
Quite frankly in the dung

Read the next line. Beetles are lower on the hierarchical ladder than all of the aforementioned creatures.

Re: TLK Music learning review/Q&A

PostPosted: May 23rd, 2015, 8:10 am
by DGFone
When writing the morning report, Tim Rice, who basically wrote it all, was given permission to go all the way with as many bad animal puns as he can think of. That's where all of these lines came from.

Re: TLK Music learning review/Q&A

PostPosted: May 23rd, 2015, 7:17 pm
by gothprincesskiara
Elton Johns Circle of Life

But all are agreed as they join the stampede. What does this line mean?

Some of us fall by the wayside. Not sure if I get what they mean here