I hum. A lot. People at work have commented on it, a teacher at school got mad at me for it. When I had a bad cold and my throat hurt too much to hum, it was an odd day. So getting an "ear worm" is nothing new for me.
I have an "ear worm eraser." I just belt out, "Inna Godda Da Vida." Works for me. That song doesn't get stuck for some reason.
Anyone here know what those lyrics actually were supposed to be?
I want to write an opera circa1800s in which the female leads are contraltos and the male leads are basses or baritones. The servants (the sopranos and tenors) can have a beautiful chorus in which they comment antiphonally on the lord and lady of the house. Curtain.
Next scene is in the lush conservatory, where the lady is tending her flowers and chickens.
Electric guitar solo: Da da dadadada DA DA DA, da Da da dadada DA!
Enter the lord of the house. "Inna Godda Da Vida, Baby! Don't you know that I love you!"