You Get A Wizard Of Oz Reference Everyday
"You get a Wizard Of Oz reference almost everyday of your life"
If you read a magazine, check out a newspaper, watch some tv, go for a drive and hear the radio or notice a billboard ad, rent a movie, or just enjoy a random conversation, you get a Wizard of Oz reference every day of your life ..well almost ..and I am willing to be for every day you don't, you get a few to make up for it another day. They come up all the time in oh so many ways.
Any of these and more "count"
...over the rainbow
somewhere over the rainbow ..the words spoken or the music played
munchkin ..such as a small person referred to as a munchkin ...used often in sports analogies
and your little dog too
and to-to too ?
we're not in kansas anymore
tin man / cowardly lion / scarecrow used in context of someone without a brain
the recognizable music for miss gulch (when she is on the bike)
are you a good witch or a bad witch
horse of a different color
no place like home
red slippers / ruby slippers
the witch is dead ...or even an hanging "ding dong" is a reference in certain contexts
come out come out wherever you are
the lollipop guild / the lullabye league
"when life drops a house on you" reference
any green faced witch
it's always best to start at the beginning
people come and go so quickly here
If I only had a brain / a heart / some nerve
Lions and Tigers and Bears
...and what would you do with a brain if you had one?
because of the wonderful things he does
Surrender Dorothy (or surrender __ written in the sky in that context)
well bust my buttons
man behind the curtain
a place like oz/ land of oz /
I am the great and powerful oz
Witch Theme "the old one"
most references to flying monkees
many judy garland references in context
references to spin off movies such as "the wiz" or the miniseries "tin man"
Wicked (the play)
Ease on down the road