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one song to the tune of another - explained

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inkjet printer analogy
A song is very similar to an inkjet printer. The hard plastic outer casing represents the tune, while the ink cartridge inside represents the lyrics. Now let’s imagine you replaced the ink cartridge, your lyrics, with a different one. And if your printer is anything like the Chairmans you will have spent £78 only to find the wretched thing stops printing. There are very few things more irritating when they jam - here’s one of them, at the piano Colin Sell.

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