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A recording of the song "What Goes On," by The Beatles, dating from 1963 is currently up for sale on the British version of the e Bay website.According to Billboard, this 1963 demo predates The Beatles' recording, sung by Ringo Starr, featured on the album "Rubber Soul," released in 1965.The expression has been extended somewhat to include less drastic means of subdual.Simon Legree A cruel, heartless taskmaster; an employer, foreman, or overseer.This earlier version is sung by John Lennon, who wrote the song.In a short 30-second extract, Paul Mc Cartney can also be heard singing harmony.The allusion is to the threatening crack of a whip used to keep horses and slaves moving or in by the short hairs To have complete mastery or control over, to have someone right where you want him.The British equivalent of this expression, to have by the short and curlies, makes this rather obvious reference to pubic hair more explicit.
The expression usually implies that one is ruthlessly advancing himself at another’s expense and hurt.
Simon Legree was the villainous slave dealer in Harriet Beecher Stowe’s Uncle Tom’s Cabin.
Nowadays, the expression is often applied somewhat humorously to any in tow See the pants To be the dominant member; to be in control.
The scenes are full nudity and breast are fully out there. I just want to let everyone know what is in the movie.
So, not recommended for anyone who doesn't want to see this kind of movie with nudity in it.This expression owes its origin to the following Biblical passage: A similar phrase is have under one’s by the nose To completely dominate another, particularly one who is weak-willed or easily intimidated.