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Taiku_no_hi

"Push!Push!"

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On The Song Remains The Same album,Robert shouted "Push!Push!" many times.

What does "Push!Push!" mean in this case?

Is it the sexual slang?

Does anybody know that? 

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...apparently your Dad hasn't had that little "Birds and the Bees" talk with you yet.

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I think he is referring to the act of inserting ones ho ho into a young lady's cha cha & wiggling it around a bit.

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He is referencing some stage equipment he would like moved to another location.

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He thought he was using his inner voice, it's just a self-coaching thing.

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Seriously though, I think he says this when the music hits a certain sustained or repeated phrase, like the climax near the end of TSRTS where Jimmy plays that one chord repeatedly. Robert is "pushing" the music along.

Or it could be about wangdang sweet poontang.

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He made a bet on his Wolves and needed them to come thru with one more goal to at least get a push on his bet and not lose outright.

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On ‎8‎/‎3‎/‎2018 at 6:33 PM, Taiku_no_hi said:

On The Song Remains The Same album, Robert shouted "Push!Push!" many times.

What does "Push!Push!" mean in this case?

Is it the sexual slang?

Does anybody know that? 

It's sung live many times through the years, even as a solo artist, and is also sung on record during Stranger Here...Than Over There.

 

 

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