Statistics Saturday: Some Song Sequels


  • Two Is The Loneliest Number
  • Love Potion Number 10
  • Theme to 78 Sunset Strip
  • It Ain’t 1919
  • Revolution Ten
  • Also Sprach Zarathustra, Also (Theme to 2002: Also A Space Odyssey)
  • In The Year 2626
  • Three Out Of Four Ain’t Bad
  • 867-5319 (Jenny’s Neighbor)
  • Land of 1,001 Dances
  • 4th of September, Asbury Park
  • 910

Reference: Mythematics: Solving The 12 Labors Of Hercules, Michael Huber.

Author: Joseph Nebus

I was born 198 years to the day after Johnny Appleseed. The differences between us do not end there. He/him.

9 thoughts on “Statistics Saturday: Some Song Sequels”

      1. I remember a Letterman interview when he said,”Paul you know that line ‘She was just seventeen/you know what I mean’ Well, no, I don’t know what you mean,could you explain?” I forget Paul’s answer if he gave one

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        1. That’s too bad, since I kind of would like to hear something reassuring about the Beatles singing songs to girls who were seventeen or sixteen or maybe worse. This should preferably involve some “Wake Up, Little Suzy” scenario where it’s endearingly innocent and everyone is foolish for thinking there’s something going on there.

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  1. “Three Times A Lady Divided By Pi”
    This is almost as addictive as recalling Alice episodes, I’ll stop here…this far and no farther…unless I think of a real cracking one.

    ________________ (Pardon me for scratching your website with my ring..habit, you know.)

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    1. No, no, please, I am having so much fun with this line. I feel like I’ve managed a string of wonderfully dumb Statistics Saturday posts the past couple months and this is maybe my most wonderfully dumb one yet.

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