The Beginning Of A Legendary, Mumbled, Fumbled Career
"OOOOOOH! It hurts to have my old nose!" I don't know about you, but whatever Mr. No-Nose sings about, and whether it's his falsetto voice or his castralto, I don't understand about 50% of it. They must be some of the most famous songs in the world but do I know what the hell what he's talking about? No. Check out this entry of misheard lyrics: actual lyrics to "Bad": "But they say the sky's the limit"; misheard lyrics: "Disease of the eyes is the limit". I'm telling you, the guy, person, or whatever IT is, the freak can't speak.
Now, the song IS done in a very castralto voice (meaning it sounds like his nuts got cut off), but somehow it DOES seem to work. It is a truly classic song, and while you may have heard it several times in a fast food restaurant or some other cheesy place, it is not as cheesy as a lot of other music they usually play in those places. I really like the album "Off The Wall" from which this comes. The tracks, "I Can't Help It" (here's Stevie Wonder's version) and "It's the Falling in Love" are two mostly unheard classics and deserve a good listen.