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    Quote Originally Posted by Randomnity View Post
    The song itself makes me think of Se, actually, although I see Ni in it too, now that you point that out. That video is really weird.
    I agree that it's weird.

    But... you really think that's Se? I would have thought Se was more like this:

    YouTube - I can't drive 55

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    Quote Originally Posted by GZA View Post
    What, those dance moves?
    Well, not to laugh, anyway. And it is difficult.

    Quote Originally Posted by LordPwnage View Post
    I know it was originally by Tff, but the original seems much less Fi.
    It could, again, be generational. New wave and new romanticism was quite comparatively introspective at the time; a stylish way of feeling sorry for oneself.

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    Quote Originally Posted by athenian200 View Post
    I agree that it's weird.

    But... you really think that's Se? I would have thought Se was more like this:

    YouTube - I can't drive 55
    I was thinking about Se in terms of "experiencing life" rather than "extreme experiences", so it worked for me.

    That second song's definitely more Se-like though, at least from the video/tune since I can barely tell the words.

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    All I can think of (no pun intended) is "They're Coming to Take Me Away" but alas, I can't find a video.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LordPwnage View Post
    Can anyone think of a Ti song?
    Daft Punk, "Around the World." Costume choices are arbitrary, choreography is a means to an end. What matters is the precision of what may as well be an automation.

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    How's this for Ni? Or...is it maybe Ne? I'm thinking Ni though.

    YouTube - Pink Floyd Brain Damage (aka my favourite pink floyd song ever)

    "The lunatic is on the grass
    The lunatic is on the grass
    Remembering games and daisy chains and laughs
    Got to keep the loonies on the path

    The lunatic is in the hall
    The lunatics are in my hall
    The paper holds their folded faces to the floor
    And every day the paper boy brings more"

    I can't think of any Ti songs. I guess I don't prefer that kind of thing in music.

    EDIT: this would be a lot easier to do for types rather than functions.

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    For me, classical music is Ni, because it's so abstract, and produces imagery in your mind. The tone of music affects your inner impressions and the mental images in your head because of it are nothing directly related to the objective world.

    Same goes for any foreign language music, where you cannot understand the words. And since you can't understand them, your subjective interpretation will more likely be of things completely unrelated.

    Certain tones of music make you think of flowers and gardens, other tones make you think of demons and monsters.

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    Quote Originally Posted by htb View Post
    Daft Punk, "Around the World." Costume choices are arbitrary, choreography is a means to an end. What matters is the precision of what may as well be an automation.
    YES!!! I wholeheartedly agree with you. A very good example of a Ti song.
    I don't over-analyze simple concepts, you over-simplify complex ones.

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    How is this for a Ne song?

    YouTube - eiffel 65 - Blue(Da Ba Dee)

    Quote Originally Posted by Randomnity View Post
    EDIT: this would be a lot easier to do for types rather than functions.
    Go ahead and do it for types then, it would still be very interesting.
    I don't over-analyze simple concepts, you over-simplify complex ones.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Randomnity View Post
    That second song's definitely more Se-like though, at least from the video/tune since I can barely tell the words.
    Here are the lyrics, in case you're curious:

    Sammy Hagar: I Can't Drive 55 Lyrics
    Quote Originally Posted by LordPwnage
    Can anyone think of a Ti song?
    Well, I found one that might have had Ti-ish sounding lyrics (the tune seems to match, but I'm not sure):

    YouTube - Thom Yorke - Analyse

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