How many times has this happened to you?
You’ve got _thousands_ of dead moths and you don’t know what to do with them!
Oh, sorry, that’s a line from an old "Saturday Night Live" skit.
I’ll start again:
You’re listening to a radio station playing "classic" or contemporary rock/pop, a song comes on, and you start deconstructing it into an Irish traditional tune?
The other night, I was driving home and on the car radio came Steve Miller’s "Swingtown" — an anthem for 1970s-era college students if there ever was one. I listened to that scratchy rhythm guitar intro, and all of a sudden I could hear in my head a bodhran playing a modified 4/4 beat, maybe a fiddle doubling the rhythm, a melodeon coming in on the crashing guitar chords, and finally a flute or tin whistle playing the melody/vocal line.
Good thing I wasn’t far from home, or I might’ve gotten into an accident.