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06/02/2012

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The Slicer

Nice one, Stocki. Sinead's version does come across as much more aggressive than Bob's original, but it's none the worse for it. Reminds me of her Lion & the Cobra days. Anyone interested in another application of this defiant lyric might want to look at:
http://t-rinder.typepad.com/blog/2011/04/do-you-mind-verb.html

And for a further angle on Sinead's enigmatic position, there's always her wonderful contribution to songs of praise from Derry:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rMbRZRcwaGc

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