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  1. Mar 05,  · Elastica borrowed liberally from at least four Wire songs in their career, but they're most famous for using the riff from "Three Girl Rhumba" for their hit "Connection." Elastica, "Connection.
  2. Dec 04,  · Three Girl Rhumba. From the Album Minnie Driver December 4, $ Start your day free trial of Unlimited to listen to this song plus tens of millions more songs. Exclusive Prime pricing. $ to buy Listen Now Go Unlimited Start your day free trial.
  3. Three Girl Rhumba Lyrics: Think of a number, divide it by two / Something is nothing, nothing is nothing / Open a box, tear off the lid / Then think of a number, don't think of an answer / Open.
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  5. General Commentdressed2depressed i don't think your comment really helped the cause at all. i think there's a flaw in the lyrics up there. i think it should be "don't think of a letter", instead of, "don't think of an answer." i can't figure out where the girl comes from in the title. "three" probably comes from thinking of a number and "rhumba" from the penultimate line5/5(1).
  6. ”Three Girl Rhumba” Newman/$Gilbert/$Lewis/$Gotobed () ”Three Girl Rhumba” is the track that was the subject of a contentious courtroom squabble that arose from the ’90 Brit-pop band Elastica’s flagrant appropriation of the song’s distinct guitar riff and clipped rhythm for their hit, ”Connection”.
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  8. "Three Girl Rhumba" Think of a number Divide it by two Something is nothing Nothing is nothing Open a box Tear off the lid Then think of a number Don't think of an answer Open your eyes Think of a number Don't get swept under A number's a number A chance encounter you want to avoid The inevitable.

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