Today, I was listening to the 60s station on XM, and the Beatles' "The End" was on. At the end of the song, the Beatles sing the same verse twice, and it's really beautiful: "And in the end, the love you take... is equal to the love you make." I love that.
Well, today after they sang the verse once, the radio guy gets on and says, over the Beatles' singing, "Yes, in the end, the love you take is equal to the love you make." Don't do that. That's not okay. That's not what we do. Don't ruin the end of the song. Thanks.