All Shook Up Aug 12, 2018 16:01:29 GMT -5
Post by Jenny on Aug 12, 2018 16:01:29 GMT -5
WAY back when..... I had thoughts about Hit Songs being hinted to and possibly used towards finding the Master Riddle. I share those thoughts here:
Copy/Paste from my notes of previous post on 12:
Every time I get a chance to work on this hunt---I can’t get the song ‘All shook up’ out of my mind.
Here is why- The ending of the story has a ‘whole lot of shaking going on’---
“…I shook it off, and clambered up the shore. You got to shake things off or there’s confusion! But don’t forget the things you’re shaking for…….
After I score that missing key”
Although ‘whole lotta shaking going on’, I think, was a 1957 hit too---the ‘HIGHEST POINT’ 1957 song was ‘all shook up’.
Because we have that wine bottle on the wall dated 1957 and there are charts/maps here (along with possibly TOP being hinted to), I keep thinking there is a connection. All shook up hit the (Highest Point) top of the chart in 1957.
Since the Fox said that Neptune wrote something for the wind, and then came up with his own version, I wonder if we do the same(it being the missing key or riddle)---by possibly using lines from top hit song titles? Or something. The border words? Are they ‘all shook up’?
I am sure many of us have thought ‘don’t talk back’ after reading ‘yakity yak’ on the page 44 border. That was a number one(highest point) hit in 1958. The next image with border has—‘upside down’. In 1980, Diana Ross made the charts with that song. Here are some lyrics….
Boy you turn me
And round and round…
Round and round are also words in that border.
And Round and Round, of another song title, hit the top of the charts in 1957 too (Perry Como)...
Does anyone want to add other 'HIGHEST POINT' Songs? Maybe they are fun finds...but then maybe they can lead to something else? I don't know....