Songwriters don’t use “plaid” enough in songs.
Imagine if it was …
-Plaid Eyed Girl
-Plaid … by Coldplay
-Plaider Shade of Pale
… it might be nice in band names or for individual artists too!
– James Plaid
-Plaid Hot Chili Peppers
-Plaid Oyster Cult
-Johnny Cash … the man in plaid
… even as an album name!
The Plaid Album by The Beatles
note: I’m sure there must be some plaid in country music.
double note: “I’m dreaming of a Plaid Christmas”
triple note: Bob Dylan‘s Plaid on Plaid would sound even cooler!
… maybe it would be “Plaide on Plaide“.
Today might be like a game of roulette: all black and red.
… if things start moving too fast, it might turn out plaid.
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