Is this the most musical gate in the world? Man reveals how his gate Mull or Kintyre plays – provoking an outburst of social media users showing the melodies that their doors are playing
- Martin Byrne discovered the gate to his home in Dublin, played the classical song
- He tweeted the humorous video yesterday, it now has more than a million views
- The internet reacted hilariously with even more doors and gates squeaking
A surprised man has discovered that his garden gate plays Mull of Kintyre by Paul McCartney while it is squeaking open.
Coming to Twitter to express his astonishment at the tuneful finding, the internet responded hilariously with even more doors and gates beeping unexpected tunes.
Martin Byrne discovered the gate to his home in Dumcondra, Dublin, played the classic song written by the Beatle in 1977 as a dedication to Scotland when he closed his gate yesterday.
& # 39; You NEVER have to oil that port & # 39 ;, one Twitter user writes, another answers & # 39; Yes … never mind & # 39;
Posting the short video on Sunday has already delivered more than a million views.
Reactions came in, with many people experiencing a musically talented squeaky hinge, including a man who wrote: & # 39; I found a toilet door in Ireland that played the music from & # 39; Jaws & # 39; #justwhenyouthoughtitwassafetogobackinthewter plays. & # 39;
Others claimed that their gates and doors sounded like Jurassic Park, Waterfall by the Stoneroses and Blur.
The apparent steel gate that hung on a red brick garden wall could probably use some oil, with rust causing the gate to pop out of the melody.
A user named Tony tweets humorously: & # 39; Needs some UB40 & # 39; – referring to both the tire and the oil that WD40 used to lubricate hinges.
The apparent steel gate that hung on a red brick garden wall in Dublin could probably use some oil
A man shares a video of a musical door: & # 39; I have found a toilet door in Ireland that plays the music from & # 39; Jaws & # 39; #justwhenyouthoughtitwassafetogobackinthewter plays. & # 39;
Susie claims that her kitchen faucet plays a sound of Snoop Dogg's dropping as if it's hot
Nick Smith-May advises Martin Byrne that he can claim intellectual property on the song because it might have inspired Paul McCartney
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