Discussion in 'The Howard Stern Show' started by Ruffypup, Sep 13, 2014.
How does get an atheist get emotional over a song based in Faith?
Think about it.
Wiggy knows, deep down, he's a wretch?
Howard cries over Will & Grace because he's sad that he can't be out.
Howard's a sensitive guy!! Every time he threw bologna at a naked broad's ass or played anal ring toss, he had a little tear in his eye!
When was this? I stopped listening. It is a beautiful song.
His age is forcing him to face his mortality....
Who will take care of his wigs once he dies? He must be trying to convince Beth that wigs are just like kittens.
Howard will leave the bulk of his estate to his daughters. Beth will be forced to auction off the wig to the highest bidder .
the melody and the words are touching....it's almost impossible NOT to cry.
Howard has no heart or soul.
If he is crying, he is pranking someone.
It happens "Does Your chewing Gum Lose Its Flavor On The Bed Post Over Night" I admit, still brings tears to my eyes too.
Interesting side note, while he is crying he is simultaneously asking the " friend who helps out with the cuckold fantasies" how big his cock is. The transformation to womanhood is now complete.
"Melissa, I NEED to speak at the service, but one thing....could you ask the choir not to sing Amazing Grace until after I speak? I don't want to have tears in my eyes when I talk about your dead mother's dry cunt. That'd be greaaaat...."
It's in his will that the wigs will immediately be destroyed and his body cremated to destroy the evidence. He's only half jew after all.
I love the song and I am not a religious person. Arlo Guthrie sings it concert and he gives an nice explanation of the origin of the song in the middle of this live rendition.
Sex, and Drugs, and Rock and Roll always did it to me.
I agree, when you hear this song coming - especially at a funeral on the bagpipes - you cry.
Though, Howard has probably not had too many occasions to hear it.