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Comments about the soundtrack for Chicago (Elfman/Kander/Ebb)
what the girls sing in all black tango?

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what the girls sing in all black tango?   Friday, November 11, 2005 (5:13 a.m.) 

hi..i'm from italy
my english is no good..is there anybody that can help me to understand what the girls sing in this track... pop-sex-squesh and???
thankyou in advance for your help


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Seals
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federica
Re: what the girls sing in all black tango?   Tuesday, April 11, 2006 (9:07 p.m.) 

> hi..i'm from italy
my english is no good..is there anybody that can
> help me to understand what the girls sing in this track... pop-sex-squesh
> and???
thankyou in advance for your help
:)

If you're still wanting to know: it's "pop" "six" "squish" "uh-uh" "Cicero" and "Lipschitz". The words refer to the main points in each of the girls' stories:

First guy "Ernie" was killed because he kept "popping" his chewing gum;
"Ezekiel Young from Salt Lake City" wasn't single as he told the second woman - he was a mormon with six wives;
The third unlucky guy "ran into my knife", and presumably made a "squishing" sound as he did so (!);
The fourth woman is the only one of the 6 murderesses to proclaim her complete innocence: when asked by Roxy "yeah, but did ya do it?" her response is "uh-uh: not guilty!"
"Cicero" is the name of the Hotel where Velma, her husband and her sister where on the night Velma caught them doing the "spreadeagle" and killed them both;
and Al Lipschitz is the "sensitive" artist who is killed by his (seemingly) jealous girlfriend after a series of his affairs.

I think I've watched this film far too many times: it wasn't at all hard to recal the dialogue for than entire scene!


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