How Whipple's music is better than yours.
John Whipple is one of the most prolific songwriters ever to emerge in the Twentieth Century. Indeed, as he puts it:
"I am probably the best poet ever to use the English language. It is sad that the human race has not produced more of me and less of everybody else."
Whipple's music is truly amazing, using sophisticated chord changes over deeply symbolic yet universal lyrics, and somehow presenting these great songs using only his guitar and voice is a feat no one has come close to in the history of mankind. He claims to be plugged into the higher realms of existence. As he puts it:
Indeed Whipple's songs go far below the surface level of the most simple pop songs. The lyrics have deeper meanings. 'Whiskey' does not just mean whiskey. The word "whiskey" actually means "find inner beauty through Dionysian indulgence" except when sung over E-flat when it means "on wet days rise above the clouds". When he uses the word "you" he is not talking about you. Instead, he is talking about me.
When confronted about his lack of success in the music industry, Whipple easily dismisses his critics:
Instead of being easily disposed of like most American music, Whipple's music is hard to get rid of. Even if you are like most people and don't have one of his CD's and have not ever heard him play live, his music is so good it effects you anyway. It is undeniable, John Whipple is the best songwriter that has ever lived.
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