That Fruit's Insipid (Into the Mystic)

   

A parody of a song by Van Morrison.  Recorded by Mr. Scott Anthony in Los Angeles, CA
Recorded: 10/18/2016  Released: 10/18/2016  First aired: 10/27/2016
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Lyrics

Submitted a version with shorter fades in and out to the show. Learning my lessons about the time limit?

That Fruit’s Insipid

Sliced into that Red Celebrity
But I was only making one BLT
Put the rest into the fridge, and instantly that fruit’s insipid.

Yeah, they’re good homegrown, unless you’re Vito Corleone,
but don’t you get ‘em cold or they get blander. It’s also bad for bananas!

Buy before they’re ripe, but only if you know
to put ‘em in a bag for a day or so,
But the fridge is a no-no, unless you like your fruits insipid.

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Sean Morrissey in Frederick,MD
So great. You're slaying it, Scott. Looking forward to more.
231 days ago.
Kj Ohnstad in Red Wing, MN
Utterly fantastic. I was yelling at my phone when they said they didn't know you - "Yes you do, the license plate song and bumper music!" Then I thought of the "unfamiliar" Brad Weiss and remembered who we're dealing with here. Awesome stuff, Scott.
233 days ago.
Jolene in Grand Island, NE
I loved it nine days ago and loved it again today. So did the bigs! Nice!
238 days ago.
Bill Barto in Columbus, OH
"They will never forget you 'til somebody new comes along" - Don Henley, "New Kid In Town" EAT IT WEISS
238 days ago.
robert berg in Pittsburgh, PA
also, this jingle was "fast tracked." Scott posted it 9 days ago. yeesh.
238 days ago.
robert berg in Pittsburgh, PA
i would say it is unpardonable for him to have already forgotten Scott, but that's his move. it will only get worse outside the Browse-about.
238 days ago.
Brad Weiss in Williamsburg, VA
You're a better writer than you know.
238 days ago.
Mr. Scott Anthony in Los Angeles, CA
A Nietzsche quote is one of the last things I expected eight lines about cold tomatoes to inspire.
238 days ago.
Patrick Moffett in Sacramento, CA
The Professor, dropping knowledge bombs, business just got blowed up!
238 days ago.
Brad Weiss in Williamsburg, VA
"It is possible to live with almost no memories, even to live happily as the animal shows: but without forgetting it is quite impossible to live at all." Nietzsche, "On the Advantage and Disadvantage of History for Life" Information for life.
238 days ago.
mrlip in Springfield, VA
So Patrick, you're saying Scott is essentially hoping Tony remembers to forget him? Perfect!
238 days ago.
Patrick Moffett in Sacramento, CA
Early on during a three or four jingle run on Old Guy he mentioned me favorably with Aro and Negrelli (a very good day for me indeed). A few weeks later he credited a jingle I did to someone else, and then corrected himself, with the wrong name again. To be forgotten is the 2nd and perhaps most critical stage of the quest.
238 days ago.
mrlip in Springfield, VA
First time Tony mentioned my name he said we have a great song by Steve Lipton. No wait, Steve (some other name) So he loved the song I had nothing to do with. Affirmation baby!
238 days ago.
Jerry in Annandale, VA
See "Brad Weiss... We are unfamiliar with Brad Weiss."
238 days ago.
John Fitzpatrick in Arlington, VA
For some reason, he can't remember you until he first forgets you. It seems part of the initiation. Or it's a "Memento" kind of thing. Either way, relying on his memory for anything specific (other than where he got good parking) seems a losing proposition. Keep 'em coming sounds real good to me!
238 days ago.
Brad Weiss in Williamsburg, VA
Either quit now while you're ahead, or become obsessed and write hundreds more. Those are your options. Congrats!
238 days ago.
Mr. Scott Anthony in Los Angeles, CA
I'd have hoped that after reading my email with my first jingle, an email from a past co-worker about hearing the first jingle, then playing one of my songs for bumper music Tuesday (TK said it started out "a lot like Don Henley."), they might remember me. Guess I'll just have to keep writing more of 'em…
238 days ago.
joeythejammer in Ellicott City, MD
How quickly they forgot your awesome debut !!! Congrats.
238 days ago.
Mr. Scott Anthony in Los Angeles, CA
Thanks, you all. I was a little worried about stepping on toes after I realized that this one's been done before, then I heard two 867-5309/Jenny songs in a row on the Prodcast and figured we're all good.
245 days ago.
Patrick Moffett in Sacramento, CA
Yes! Just heard this on the Prod, so good!!!
245 days ago.
Jerry in Annandale, VA
Seriously, keep at it, Scott! This is a breath of fresh air in the jingle pool.
245 days ago.
Brad Weiss in Williamsburg, VA
Looks like you've got this thing figured out. Wonderful.
247 days ago.
Anita in Alaska in Anchorage,AK
Instant favorite. Mr. Anthony you have killed it.
247 days ago.
mrlip in Springfield, VA
Sweetness.
247 days ago.
Bill Barto in Columbus, OH
Homegrown/Corleone a great line, this is really nice.
247 days ago.
joeythejammer in Ellicott City, MD
This is beautiful, and a TK fave also! Great work!!
247 days ago.