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She thought that he wanted money and the company wanted controlling interest. So they are going to buy up the remaining shares and sell them at once to drive the price down.
It looks like he’s borrowed against the value so he’ll have to sell.
Which I assume references Always take a girl named Daisy (’cause daisies won’t tell). Poor Dan has to go to school in soiled ill-fitting clothes and bandages).
But she insists that he look after all the kids while she takes off and returns home. When Dan gets to school, all the educational equipment is gone.
The melody is simple and poppy, but the vocals are, if not sped up, then crazily falsettoed.
And the repeated refrain of “push the little daisies and make em come up” is, if not annoying, certainly infectious (in many senses of the word).
So you can’t tell if you’ll like any other Ween songs based on this one. And if, like me, you haven’t see the video in twenty years, check it out had lots of locations and historical photo-op type things.As the bus pulls out we learn that Ann di Cephalis took the kids to the basketball game that Vogel was supposed to go to (HA! And a refrain of “maybe she enjoyed the basketball” runs through his head until they get back and Ann is there. Turns out Nora took all his suits to the Thrift Store for her Brownie points.Vogel observes that all the busses look alike, and is ranting at her and she calls him crazy to which he replies “Daisies won’t tell” (310). Dan starts measuring the studs and Ann goes to town on him calling him a freak for crawling around like that. He was supposed to go down and buy them back (of course, he was in the hospital) “the first time she goes out and shows some initiative” (317).Amy Joubert runs into Crawley with her field trip (The Met is crowded today).Amy is delighted that Crawley is “patronizing the arts” and even more that he’s asking Bast to do a commission for him. She replies “There’s nothing I can do until all this with Lucien is settled and I can..,” and in another great play with names, he replies, “This Joubert you mean, yes.” [Crawley, it is her name too…] (307).