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Question #30942 posted on 10/27/2001 midnight
Q:

Dear 100 Hour Board,

Listen to the song "Everybody ought to have a body" from the My Turn on Earth soundtrack. Then listen to "Friends in Low Places" by Garth Brooks. Is it just me and my roommates, or do they really sound familiar? Whenever I hear "Everybody ought to have a body," in my head I see a bunch of people swaying from side to side, beer mugs swaying as well, singing that song, and I think it's because it sounds a little like "Friends in Low Places."

-Musical Critic

A: Hey "Music" Critic,

What kind of stuff do you and your friends spend time listening to, anyway?

-CAPCOM
A: Dear Music Critic,

You're right! This must mean the Garth Brooks is Mormon! Or at least once was. It's the only thing that makes any sense. After all, it's impossible for any star's reputation to go through BYU without having "He's (or she's) a member" rumors attached to it. You've finally found the Garth Brooks-Mormon link, and I congratulate you for it.

You know what? Every time I hear "Popcorn Popping on the Apricot Tree," I can't help but see Michael Jackson breakdancing. There just might be a connection.

-Othello