You Can’t Chop Down A Symmetry | ’30s Dance Paired with ’80s Art-Pop Song Offers Visual Design Inspiration

by Debbie Hodge

Since I finished the newest Scrapbook Coach Class “Symmetry,” several lines from Jane Siberry’s geek-girl song of the same name are running through my head.

I’ve been singing them to my family: “Symmetry is the way things have to be-e-e-e-e-e.” and “You can’t chop down a symmetry, symmetry, symmetry!”

I went looking for the song on youtube this morning and found youtuber swanstep had set Siberry’s song to a symmetrical dance number from Dames choreographed by Busby Berkely.

Please, check it out. The lyrics and the dancing will have you inspired and thinking about symmetry with a new appreciation.

Get started exploring symmetry on your scrapbook pages. 

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6 Responses to You Can’t Chop Down A Symmetry | ’30s Dance Paired with ’80s Art-Pop Song Offers Visual Design Inspiration

  1. Lynn Mercurio May 30, 2013 at 10:30 am #

    LOL…great video. Now where did I put those tap shoes?

    • Debbie Hodge May 30, 2013 at 12:28 pm #

      :D Do you actually have tap shoes!? It reminded me of watching the Jackie Gleason show when I was a kid — the June Taylor dancers!

  2. Karen Poirier-Brode (Ladydoc) May 30, 2013 at 4:15 pm #

    I am loving this class! Getting my digi on while I do the assignments. Love this Jane Siberry song. I’m getting aquainted with her music. Met her in Palm Springs in October, lovely and talented lady.

  3. Karen Poirier-Brode (Ladydoc) June 14, 2013 at 8:59 pm #

    Yes, she was at the same hotel as Shutter Sisters Oasis retreat in October. The story goes that Myriam Joseph sat on the steps in front of her room there to waylay her and convince Jane to speak (and sing, too) at our event in the evening as a gift for Tracey Clark. I think there may have been an offer of a professional photo shoot involved. Anyway, she came and was lovely. The next day I, and a couple of others, chatted briefly with her at the lobby desk. So, yes, very cool!

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