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May 12, 2011 7:15 PM   Subscribe

Music filter - heard a song I liked and only caught snippets of the lyrics, "winter wonderland", "wanted to hold your hand", and "beers". Help?!

Main plot of the song: walking a date home through the snow, but being too drunk to be sure if making a move would be acceptable.

This was played on the local (Ontario, Canada) university radio station.
posted by Acer_saccharum to Media & Arts (6 answers total) 1 user marked this as a favorite
 
Late Last Year by Shotgun Jimmie.

Google is your friend.
posted by John Cohen at 7:25 PM on May 12, 2011 [1 favorite]


dangit john cohen. i came here to post that too. Shotgun Jimmie is a-ok and a super nice guy. see him live if you get the chance.
posted by tealsocks at 8:08 PM on May 12, 2011


How did Google help? All your Google link displays (to me) is the OP's question on AskMF.
posted by dgeiser13 at 6:46 AM on May 13, 2011


The link I posted was straight from the Google search I linked to. I just copied and pasted the OP's own language ("winter wonderland", "wanted to hold your hand", and "beers") into Google, and the link was right there, with the lyrics and streaming audio.
posted by John Cohen at 7:40 AM on May 13, 2011


All your Google link displays (to me) is the OP's question on AskMF.

That is certainly not what happens when I click that link. I just tried it. But if my link isn't working for you, try it for yourself. Google: "winter wonderland", "wanted to hold your hand", and "beers."

It's interesting to me how many AskMe questions can be answered by simply taking the OP's own keywords, in their own words, and Googling them.
posted by John Cohen at 7:42 AM on May 13, 2011


Thank you John Cohen - and now I know how to use google search more effectively, too.
posted by Acer_saccharum at 8:14 AM on May 16, 2011


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