Talk:Till My Head Falls Off

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Isn't "Till" not a word? The proper form is 'Til. It's a contraction of "Until". Unless it's one of those incorrect American words that turns into a real word just because it's used a lot.

I agree - I don't think it is a real word yet. Should be " 'til", not "till."

"Till" is a word. It's what farmers do to soil, and it's a part of a cash register. Other than that, you're right.

Actually, "till" is a perfectly good word. even states it was created before until, which was then created by adding "un" to the beginning.

"Till" used in this instance is perfectly valid:

"until," O.E. til (Northumbrian), from O.N. til "to, until," from P.Gmc. *tilan (cf. Dan. til, O.Fris. til "to, till," Goth. tils "convenient," Ger. Ziel "limit, end, goal"). A common preposition in Scand., probably originally the accusative case of a noun now lost except for Icelandic tili "scope," the noun used to express aim, direction, purpose (e.g. aldrtili "death," lit. "end of life"). Also cf. Ger. Ziel "end, limit, point aimed at, goal," and compare till (v.).

Yep, till is a perfectly good word. I think that the contracted 'til is completely pointless--especially because people usually end up using a single opening quotation mark instead of the required apostrophe (or worse, they use a single straight quote like on this site, which won't let you use proper curved quotes and apostrophes as far as I can tell). Till is so much simpler . . . ~Drew

There is the word "yet" in I not done talking yet? As I am having a argument with a friend as he says there isn't. I think I can just hear it as it blends in with a note or is it my imagination? Can someone please clear that up. Tdlicrfth1471

Yes, "yet" is there. -CapitalQtalk ♪ 22:12, 14 February 2007 (UTC)
I didn't hear it for a very long time. Now I hear it. It bothers me. --Lemita 01:33, 2 November 2008 (UTC)
I just heard it for the first time. This is like when I realized that "Save Me" went "Save Me, Save Me, SAVE ME." and not "Save, Save, SAVE ME!" Wow. This is odd.....--Teddyleevin 15:18, 8 November 2008 (UTC)

A Bit Surprising...[edit]

That it's so high on the ranking. Don't get me wrong, it's a good song, just not what I'd expect to be in the Top 10.

this song is in my top five most relatable tmbg songs and i dont know what that says about me - fork (talk) 19:10, 23 March 2022 (EDT)