|re: Karla DeVito - Love I Can Taste|
||Pudding 03:57 am UTC 01/22/23|
|In reply to:||re: Karla DeVito - Love I Can Taste - rockfenris2005 02:08 pm UTC 12/31/22|
|It was a ad for 'United Negro College Fund'|
> There was an American ad in the 70s that had a tagline in
> it: "A mind is a terrible thing to waste". I think that's
> where Jim/Karla might have gotten it from.
> > I was listening to Karla DeVito's album Wake 'Em Up In
> > Tokyo today. (You can read my review of it on Amazon if
> > you're bored.) I noticed something in one of the songs
> > that I had missed before.
> > One of the lines in the song Love I Can Taste is, "A kiss
> > is a terrible thing to waste."
> > I'm not sure when Jim wrote his first version of A Kiss,
> > possibly as early as 1984. Karla's album came out in
> > 1986. The question is, who borrowed the line from who?
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