# Music Math

Name the song:

1+1+1 = 3

L[sub]Take[/sub] = L[sub]Make[/sub]

Any others?

The End by The Beatles (Abbey Road)
“And in the end,
the love you take,
is equal to the love,
you make”

I’ll try this one too:

Baby Makes Three by Hilary Scott (This Woman’s Work)
“There’s a man in the kitchen
Listenin’ to his baby cryin’
Soon he’ll be bitchin’
Woman I can’t take this life
’Cause it’s you and me, and me and you and me
But baby makes three

Actually, this equation sounds more like
1+1+(1-1) = 2

Also the Beatles: “Come Together.”

H = 2b^2

Could also be “Triad” by CSN?

What I was thinking of.

xy=? where x=weight(T) of NP(nw) and y=2000

(L-0) / 0*Limit

(I thought there was a way to do math symbols on this board? e.g. LATEX code)

Hip to be square?

“Love Minus Zero/No Limit,” Bob Dylan.

“Carry That Weight” by The Beatles? ["Boy, you’re gonna carry that weight/Carry that weight a long time.]

xy = another day older and deeper in debt?

No. The 2000 is a critical part of the equation (though in the song, he admits he doesn’t know the answer–hence the “?”).

“Bargain” by the Who:

And like one and one dont make two
One and one make one

In a Boolean sense this is correct.

63 - 5 = 58
or
28 - 5 = 23
or
199 - 5 = 194

Take Five?

Yep.

Bumping the thread because nobody answered my equation for this song lyric:

xy=? where x=weight(T) of NP(nw) and y=2000
Hint: While the name of this song’s band consists entirely of letters, it can also be read as an equation whose final answer is 110.

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J + M + B = 3