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Jason Mraz had a scary bathroom experience
August 17th, 2022 under Jason Mraz. [ Comments: none ]

Jason Mraz used a public restroom, and it came with a warning. There was a sign that reads, “PUSH BUTTON TO LOCK. (Don’t twist, you will get stuck and scared).” Since he is like most of us, he twisted the lock, got stuck, and got scared.

To see why it scared him, you have to press play. And I can tell you; it scared me too. Did it scare you?

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Jason Mraz works I’m Yours to a Sea Shanty
July 28th, 2022 under Jason Mraz. [ Comments: none ]

Jason Mraz has been singing I’m Yours over and over again for the last decade. Therefore, you can understand why he would want to change it up. So, the singer turned the Reggae Pop hit into a Sea Shanty.

How did he do? Popeye would be proud. And now I will find out how old my readers are because it will be interesting to see if they know who the Sailor Man is?

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Jason Mraz had a bad hair day
May 11th, 2022 under Jason Mraz. [ Comments: none ]

When celebrities go to awards shows, they get gift bags full of luxurious items. Sometimes they use what they got because they want to. However, in the case of Jason Mraz, it is because he has to.

Now, he shouldn’t feel too bad about his bad hair day because Albert Einstein would approve!

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Did Jason Mraz’s cat inherit his musicality?
April 6th, 2022 under Jason Mraz. [ Comments: none ]

Jason Mraz plays music around his cat all the time, so has his baby learned anything from his furrent. Nope! Listen to Holmes tickle the ivories. Although tickle isn’t the right word, smashed is better.

Not only can Holmes not play the keyboard, but he also cannot sing. But at least the kitty is cute, and that is all that matters.

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Jason Mraz reveals we’ve been singing the first line to I’m Yours incorrectly
August 30th, 2021 under Jason Mraz. [ Comments: none ]

I don’t know about you, but I thought the first line to Jason Mraz’s song I’m Yours is “Well, you done done me, and you bet I felt it.” It turns out we are wrong.

The singer took to social media to finally correct us after 17 years. The line is actually, “Well, you done done me in, you bet I felt it.”

What does that mean? Mraz explained, “It is based on my Southern vernacular, ‘well you done done me in.’ You done me in, defeated or broken down.” Then he added that using “and” instead of “in” makes it nasty.

How have you been singing his song?

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