Sunday, September 23, 2007

Dang, Fetch, Oh My Heck!

I'm on Statcounter and I love seeing where all my blog visitors come from. I really like to pull up the recent visitor map and see red dots all over the globe -- that's pretty cool. The recent keyword search is pretty awesome, too -- it shows what keywords a searcher used to land on my site.

Strangely enough, I've had two people land on my blog while looking for the words to "Dang, Fetch, Oh My Heck," which, as we all know, is performed by Everclean in the movie "Sons of Provo." I mentioned this song in a blog a while back and apparently the search engine likes to land on me. Poor searchers, though -- they did not find what they came for.

I've decided to take compassion upon them, and I proudly present -- the lyrics!

Dang, Fetch, Oh, My Heck


Dang, fetch, oh, my heck,
What the holy scrud?
H-E- Double hockey sticks,
That's frickin', flippin' crud.

If ya cut off me off drivin', spill your Coke upon my shoes,
There's just no tellin' what my mouth might say.
I'll break out a string of non-profanities to make your ears curl,
In my religiously edited way.

If my football team is losing, if a brick falls on my head,
If you go, "BOO!" and you catch me unawares,
My reaction will display a certain G-rated tone,
So as to not offend the man upstairs. That's when I say...

Chorus

Dos años yo viví en Suramerica sirviendo El Señor en Guayaquil en Ecuador Comiendo platanos, guineos, verdes y maduros.
¡No me aguanta comer mas, no, por favor!
Y no querian escuchar el buen mensaje que trajemos nos echaron en la calle y nos pusimos
Bien enojados con la gente, con arroz, con los mosquitos, ya, y estas son las cosas que dijimos:

Chorus

Now, if you're looking for lyrics to Everclean's other songs, you can find them all here. Click on the 'album' button and you'll find all the lyrics.

I've done my good deed for the day.

23 comments:

Davis Bigelow said...

I also use statcounter and love it. What is the point of posting if no one reads your attempt at intelligence? I think I'm going to keep a list of States and Countries I have had visits from - and post the list after a while. It amazes me and maybe it will be of interest to others. I, too, have had some strange key words seek me out. Some people seem to have more time on their hands than they know what to do with. (I wish I could borrow a bit of it!!!)
Keep posting Tristi. The world is reading at your doorstep!

Jen said...

hahaha. Lately the one I'm hearing around is "Snap!"

C. L. Beck said...

Tristi,
Maybe I missed it, but is there some way for your readers to see the stats as well? Some of us love to see dots on a map!:)

Tristi Pinkston said...

Um -- I don't know, CL! I'll look into it.

THE BLUEST BUTTERFLY said...

Smiling at your good deed for the day. :-)

melody is slurping life said...

Too funny! And aren't you accommodating to the searchers. :)

Thanks for stopping by my place. It's late now here, but I'll be back.

Rhonda said...

Gotta love Stats! I too have it and am incredibly amazed at the span of readers.

Anyway, I must giggle over the search of "fetch" and such... as my daughter who is always saying "snap" had her little babysitting children saying it. Their mother could not understand her children when they used the word "snap" and asked my daughter if she was using the "other 4 letter 's' word"?. Still laughing at that one!

Candace Salima (LDS Nora Roberts) said...

Hysterical.

Karlene said...

I use Stat Counter too. I think there's a way you can set it up so others can see it.

There's a cool stat map over on http://clustrmaps.com/getone.php

You can also get a variety of stat widgets at http://www.neoworx.net/blue/index.php?tool_id=13229

Katie Parker said...

So, for the Spanish impaired, what do the Spanish lyrics mean?

Katie Parker said...

I should mention that I got this far with the Spanish lyrics: "Two years I lived in South America serving the Lord in Guayquil in Ecuador, eating (something that looks like bananas, guineas, and vegetables, and something else I have no idea about..what's a maduro?)

Don't (something) eat more, no, please! And I don't want to listen
to (a good message?) ...something about working in the streets? and some other stuff...with the people, with rice, with the mosquitoes, and (of all these things?) we say...

(Ahem. Clearly my Spanish skills could use some work.)

Tristi Pinkston said...

Wow, Katie -- I think you pretty much got it! I speak very little Spanish, although I can read it and my pronunciation isn't terrible. :) I just don't know what I'm saying.

Marcia Mickelson said...

Funny lyrics, Tristi. Thanks for posting them. Katie, I think it goes something like this:

For 2 years, I lived in South America serving the Lord in Guayaquil in Ecuador eating plantains, bananas green & ripe

I couldn't eat any more, no, please!

And they didn't want to listen to the message that we brought; they threw us in the street and we got very mad with the people, with rice, with mosquitos, and these are the things that we said:

Kimberly said...

You are hilarious!

Tristi Pinkston said...

Marcia, thanks for the translation! That is so funny!

Holly said...

Thanks for stopping by my blog! I didn't like this movie, I don't like most of the LDS comedies (should I even admit that?), but the songs were hysterical.

Don't you wish you could know why people are looking for what they are on searches?

Tristi Pinkston said...

Holly,

The best way to watch Sons of Provo is late at night, with lots of sugar, knowing that it's a spoof. If you've got all those elements in place, it's great. :)

Thanks for swinging by!

G. Parker said...

What a bizarre name for a song!! We haven't seen it yet, but I think it would be hilarious.

Katie Parker said...

Thanks, Marcia! Your translation makes a lot more sense.

Ajoy said...

I love this freakin' song!

Selly said...

I love StatCounter. But my question is: How the heck did I get here by Googling Benji Schwimmer?

Selly

Tristi Pinkston said...

Selly, I have absolutely no clue. But hello anyway!

Emily, Tony & Kids said...

I arrived at your site just now trying to find the Spanish translation to that verse! My mom loves the CD and was wondering what it meant. Great blog!

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