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Last seen on: USA Today Crossword – May 7 2021

Random information on the term “PUB”:

Pub (trans. Jack) is the first solo album released by Serbian and former Yugoslav singer-songwriter Đorđe Balašević. The album was produced by Josip Boček, who played guitar as well.

The album featured the songs such as “Ratnik paorskog srca” which tells of a peasant who returns from World War I and who “wasn’t made to be a soldier”, “Za sve je kriv Toma Sojer” which tells of three boys which ran away from home influenced by The Adventures of Tom Sawyer, “Boža zvani Pub” which tells of a legendary gambler nicknamed Pub (Jack), romantic ballad “Lepa protina kći” (“Beautiful Priest’s Daughter”), social poem “Za treću smenu” (“For the Third Shift”) and existential ballad “Na pola puta” (“Halfway Point”). All mentioned songs went on to become his and Balašević’s signature pieces, but among them (especially at the time) stood out song “Pesma o jednom petlu”, which tells a story of an old man’s younger days in the farm-rich area of Vojvodina when he had a pet rooster. The rooster is widely assumed to be a metaphor for his male sexual organ for which female birds tend to go crazy. The lyrics go on to list different kinds of female birds which in turn depict stereotypical characteristics of women in Serbian slang. The refrain line “Princip je isti, sve su ostalo nijanse” (“The principle is same, everything else are details”) is referring to the way of courting the opposite sex. The lyrics conclude in the man’s later years as he misses the good times gone by and giving advice never to make your rooster suffer, to let him fly around so that female birds can see him, for afterwards it will be too late, because even roosters age.

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