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One of those amazing sentences in the English langauge that change meaning with the emphasis on a diferent word.

I didn't say he ate your dog.
It wasn't me...perhaps someone else?
I didn't say he ate your dog.
I deny it!
I didn't say he ate your dog.
I mearly inferred.
I didn't say he ate your dog.
I said she did.
I didn't say he ate your dog.
I said he walked it.
I didn't say he ate your dog.
He ate mine.
I didn't say he ate your dog.
He ate your refrigerator

Also the title of a tune by Electro Freddy and The Worlds Greatest Garage Band, a three to eight piece band that played around Melbourne in the mid ninetees, although they were better known as Jester. They were regulars at The Town Hall Hotel in Richmond before it became an up-market eatery, as well as spots at The Punters Club in Fitzroy, The Prince of Wales in the the good old days in St. Kilda and probably heaps o' other spots.

A few of the members still play in a band called Oscar which does fairly well with it's comedic brand of jazz.

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