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I saw someone post a tweet with a gif animation (a rock star singing something). The tweet itself is about some stock's price going up or down.

Every comment under that tweet is talking the stock price. And I want to post a comment to ask who is that rock star and which song is him singing.

Well, I want to ask with a little sense of humor.

Can I say,

"Am I the only one who wants to know what music video is in this gif?"

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Grammatically, the sentence is OK.

However, you might receive some answers with "a little sense of humor" too:

  • Yes, you are the only one.

  • No, you are not he only one.

And in the end, you still do not know anything about the band or about the song.


It would be more helpful to ask:

  • What's the name of the song in the video?
  • What is the name of the band performing?

Not English related, but related to the content of the question: while the video is playing, use an online service like Shazam to identify details about the song: title, band...

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