It's the job of pop lyricists, of course, to put into words the things we find it hard to say ourselves. Who hasn't wondered, for example, what love is? Who hasn't wanted to tell a lover that they can't go on together with suspicious minds? And who among us hasn't resorted to Michael Bolton's rhetorical plea "How can we be lovers if we can't be friends?" Or, even more heartbreakingly,"How can we make love if we can't make amends?".
So thank you, CDZA (the people who brought us The Fresh Prince Of Bel-Air Rap Put Through Google Translate), for showing us how it's possible to argue, plead and show your frustration using only Lennon-McCartney lyrics. Although we're a tad disappointed 'Octopus's Garden' didn't make it in there.
Of course, reciting Beatles lyrics isn't the only way to have a domestic. You can also argue through drums...
(Via Laughing Squid)