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50 worst songs ever

GUEST,Snuffy 15 Feb 05 - 09:01 AM
skipy 15 Feb 05 - 04:32 AM
Teresa 15 Feb 05 - 03:58 AM
alanabit 15 Feb 05 - 03:09 AM
emjay 14 Feb 05 - 08:35 PM
Bert 14 Feb 05 - 08:29 PM
Nancy King 14 Feb 05 - 07:19 PM
DonMeixner 14 Feb 05 - 05:51 PM
PoppaGator 14 Feb 05 - 05:09 PM
Little Hawk 14 Feb 05 - 04:44 PM
GUEST 14 Feb 05 - 04:28 PM
alanabit 14 Feb 05 - 03:33 PM
PoppaGator 14 Feb 05 - 02:51 PM
alanabit 14 Feb 05 - 02:11 PM
Micca 14 Feb 05 - 02:03 PM
sixtieschick 14 Feb 05 - 01:57 PM
alanabit 14 Feb 05 - 01:16 PM
ossonflags 14 Feb 05 - 11:40 AM
Macha 14 Feb 05 - 09:13 AM
GUEST 29 Apr 04 - 03:34 PM
GUEST,Chris B (Born Again Scouser) 29 Apr 04 - 06:06 AM
GUEST,Penguin Egg 28 Apr 04 - 09:55 PM
Janice in NJ 28 Apr 04 - 05:08 PM
radriano 28 Apr 04 - 11:04 AM
GUEST,guest mick 27 Apr 04 - 12:24 PM
Macha 26 Apr 04 - 07:27 PM
Little Hawk 24 Apr 04 - 10:58 PM
s6k 24 Apr 04 - 08:44 PM
GUEST,Arne Langsetmo 24 Apr 04 - 08:20 PM
GUEST,Arne Langsetmo 24 Apr 04 - 08:09 PM
Willie-O 24 Apr 04 - 05:36 PM
Little Hawk 24 Apr 04 - 04:04 PM
GUEST,Arne Langsetmo 24 Apr 04 - 02:17 AM
GUEST,Desdemona 23 Apr 04 - 10:09 PM
GUEST 23 Apr 04 - 09:50 PM
Little Hawk 23 Apr 04 - 11:57 AM
GUEST,Arne Langsetmo 23 Apr 04 - 11:47 AM
GUEST 23 Apr 04 - 11:34 AM
Brían 23 Apr 04 - 11:13 AM
Brían 23 Apr 04 - 11:10 AM
radriano 23 Apr 04 - 11:09 AM
GUEST 23 Apr 04 - 10:14 AM
Willie-O 23 Apr 04 - 09:40 AM
GUEST,Larry K 23 Apr 04 - 09:29 AM
GUEST,Chris B (Born Again Scouser) 23 Apr 04 - 08:38 AM
Mark Cohen 23 Apr 04 - 08:07 AM
42 23 Apr 04 - 07:31 AM
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Subject: RE: 50 worst songs ever
From: GUEST,Snuffy
Date: 15 Feb 05 - 09:01 AM

Emjay

Not only are the words of Greensleeves crap, the original versions also go on for ever. I've had to come in the backdoor, and can't use the search facility, but I recall the late Bruce Olson mentioning how awful the full version was.

At least modern crap is over in two or three minutes

In "Sir Patrick Spens" I clean forgot the forty-second verse
So I sang the twenty-seventh, twice as loud and in reverse
And no one noticed


WassaiL! V


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Subject: RE: 50 worst songs ever
From: skipy
Date: 15 Feb 05 - 04:32 AM

Starting from the moment that I press "submit message":- the next 50 piles of crap that radio one pumps out! Ready? Pressing now!


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Subject: RE: 50 worst songs ever
From: Teresa
Date: 15 Feb 05 - 03:58 AM

I never can think of any particular song as "bad" in itself. Some performances I really don't care for.

Well, ok. "The Rose" is one song I can't stand. And to be honest, I don't like bette Middler singing ballads; she just doesn't sound right for them. I hated her version of "From a Distance" but loved Kathy Mattea's with the bagpipe accompaniment.

There were songs I got sick of and therefore hated for awhile, but after taking a break from them and coming back later, they didn't seem half bad.

Teresa


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Subject: RE: 50 worst songs ever
From: alanabit
Date: 15 Feb 05 - 03:09 AM

You may be onto something there emjay. In the sixties, when I was a choirboy, I used to think even then that many of the hymns we sang had ghastly, trite words. It seemed they were made to make you feel that God was a bully with an oversized ego who wanted his creations to fawn in front of him. Being old does not necessarily make something good.


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Subject: RE: 50 worst songs ever
From: emjay
Date: 14 Feb 05 - 08:35 PM

Oh come on everybody

Think about this one with a beautiful melody, but the words are terrible:

Alas my love you do me wrong
To cast me off discourteously
For I have loved you oh so long
Delighting in your company.

Greensleeves was my delight,
Greensleeves was my ....

Greensleeves, of course, is one of the very worst
right after macarthur park, but Greensleeves is more or less traditional.

mj


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Subject: RE: 50 worst songs ever
From: Bert
Date: 14 Feb 05 - 08:29 PM

I think that Rap has given a whole new meaning to the worst songs ever. Every one I hear seems worse than the last. I just can't help wondering where it will end.


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Subject: RE: 50 worst songs ever
From: Nancy King
Date: 14 Feb 05 - 07:19 PM

My least favorite country song is "He Stopped Loving Her Today." Made me turn the radio off every time.


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Subject: RE: 50 worst songs ever
From: DonMeixner
Date: 14 Feb 05 - 05:51 PM

"The Old Man" and "The Voyage" are tops on my list of Musica Vomitus.

And while I think the Captain and Tenille's version of "Muscrat Love" is dreadful I have heard the author, Willis Allan Ramsey do it and it is a different song in his hands.

Don


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Subject: RE: 50 worst songs ever
From: PoppaGator
Date: 14 Feb 05 - 05:09 PM

Hmmm ~ I *like* Sam the Sham; "Little Red Riding Hood" may not quite measure up to "Wooly Bully," but it has its own appeal. I remember reading in some memoir or novel about Vietnam (Tim O'Brien? maybe...) how much the narrator and his buddies enjoyed that particular song.

I find that, in my old age, some of those stupid "bubblegum" pop tunes that I really hated back in the 60s/70s now have a certain appeal (probably nothing more than nostalgia, just a reminder of younger days). One example: "Build Me Up Buttercup," which was revived a couple of years ago as part of the soundtrack to a popular comedy film.


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Subject: RE: 50 worst songs ever
From: Little Hawk
Date: 14 Feb 05 - 04:44 PM

"My Baby Does the Hanky-Panky" has got to be on that list. Also, "Bird is the Word" and "Little Red Riding Hood".


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Subject: RE: 50 worst songs ever
From: GUEST
Date: 14 Feb 05 - 04:28 PM

Every bloody awful Christmas song that came out of the USA.
Pardon me, i`m sick Andy Williams came to mind.


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Subject: RE: 50 worst songs ever
From: alanabit
Date: 14 Feb 05 - 03:33 PM

I don't exactly consider it a "blues" song either. It is a bit like the mess which emerged when I once attempted to combine cereal, yeast and water, without really knowing what I was doing. Nobody anywhere would have called the resulting substance "bread".


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Subject: RE: 50 worst songs ever
From: PoppaGator
Date: 14 Feb 05 - 02:51 PM

As someone who loves the blues, I would never have considered a stinker like "Who Let the Dogs Out" to be a "blues song."

I agree with alanabit, though ~ writing lyrics that are simple enough to pass as "real" blues without being unbearably trite is extremely difficult.


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Subject: RE: 50 worst songs ever
From: alanabit
Date: 14 Feb 05 - 02:11 PM

That is one reason why I do not attempt blues songs. It is a real stinker for sure, Micca. It is a good example of the sort of disaster waiting to happen which overtakes would be blues lyricists who have not yet quite attained that mastery.


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Subject: RE: 50 worst songs ever
From: Micca
Date: 14 Feb 05 - 02:03 PM

For me This has GOT to be right up there in the top group, along with all songs that consist of a few dozen reiterations of the same boring anst-laden line. In Folk Music, songwriters who "sing their Diaries" that make very little sense (and very little songs) to every one else, and seem to go ON and ON. Songs should be for the wider and more Universal experience and not just for the initiated.


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Subject: RE: 50 worst songs ever
From: sixtieschick
Date: 14 Feb 05 - 01:57 PM

I'm with Bobert on "MacArthur's Park." I feel like I ought to be insitutionalized every time I hear it. Supposedly Bobby Goldsboro wrote "My Baby Does the Hanky Panky" on the spot in the recording studio as a B-side tune for some other song. Then he and the session musicians knocked it off in one take. Sounds like it.


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Subject: RE: 50 worst songs ever
From: alanabit
Date: 14 Feb 05 - 01:16 PM

Max Bygraves wrote one of the most heartening songs that I have ever had the dubious pleasure of hearing. Shortly after the fall of Margeret Thatcher (Kevin McGrath can name it to the day)Max Bygraves wrote and performed a "tribute" song which was so bad, that it simulutaneously torpedoed any chance whatsoever for a comeback for either of them. Well done that man!


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Subject: RE: 50 worst songs ever
From: ossonflags
Date: 14 Feb 05 - 11:40 AM

" I'm a pink toothbrush your a blue toothbrush " by Max Bygraves has got to be up among the top ten don'cha think?


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Subject: RE: 50 worst songs ever
From: Macha
Date: 14 Feb 05 - 09:13 AM

Death Of Queen Jane is a good song if sung right I have heard it sung by Loreena McKennitt and it was good I also have heard it sung by a drunken Englishman and it was bad.


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Subject: RE: 50 worst songs ever
From: GUEST
Date: 29 Apr 04 - 03:34 PM

most songs by kenny rogers...like the gambler...or lucille.


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Subject: RE: 50 worst songs ever
From: GUEST,Chris B (Born Again Scouser)
Date: 29 Apr 04 - 06:06 AM

Janice,

Good point - maybe if traditional songs were inherently bad they wouldn't still be around. I do think, however, that 'The Death Of Queen Jane' is utter drivel. I heard Micheal O Domhnaill (who is probably the greatest guitarist in Irish music' sing it a few years ago with my wife (also called Jane, as it happens)who was four months pregnant and we both giggled like a couple of teenagers while all the very serious people around us sat there being 'moved'. 'Coot oopen moy soid and foind moy bay-bee...' Bee-have!

Have you ever heard Dylan's version, 'The Death Of Queen Jane Approximately'? Now, there's a good song...


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Subject: RE: 50 worst songs ever
From: GUEST,Penguin Egg
Date: 28 Apr 04 - 09:55 PM

I love Bing Crosby, but honestly, I hate White Christmas. I love John Lennon, but Imagine is the dreariest tune since White Christmas.


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Subject: RE: 50 worst songs ever
From: Janice in NJ
Date: 28 Apr 04 - 05:08 PM

Only a few of the songs that people mentioned so far are traditional folk songs. And those traditional folk songs that made it to these lists did so because they are done too often, and not because they are inherently bad songs.


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Subject: RE: 50 worst songs ever
From: radriano
Date: 28 Apr 04 - 11:04 AM

I love anchovies, Little Hawk! The singular form of the word would be anchovy, by the way.


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Subject: RE: 50 worst songs ever
From: GUEST,guest mick
Date: 27 Apr 04 - 12:24 PM

The worst three songs of all time were , strangely enough ,all written about the same city. I refer of course to Amsterdam . I don't think it's neccessary for me to name them.


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Subject: RE: 50 worst songs ever
From: Macha
Date: 26 Apr 04 - 07:27 PM

Mercedes Lackey wrote a few bad songs such as:
My Lady's Eyes
Thinking Out Loud
My Lady
Dark Love


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Subject: RE: 50 worst songs ever
From: Little Hawk
Date: 24 Apr 04 - 10:58 PM

Okay, Arne, sure thing. But what good is free will if people aren't allowed to use it? Traditionally religious people seem to agree that:

1. God has given humans free will...but...

2. "He" takes it away when they go too far! (meaning when they do something the "believer" really doesn't like)

If this is so, then it's actually not free will.

And that explains why, in a World where people have free will, bad things are allowed to happen and do happen. It simply has to be that way for free will to exist. Without free will the whole learning process of life would be utterly pointless and empty.

It's either free or it ain't.

Atheists have their own views on it. God doesn't enter into the picture for them, but many believe in free will anyway. Some do not, in a sense...rather, they believe that all behaviour is automatically triggered by various quantifiable factors (simple cause and effect). They also seem to feel that things in natural history (like the origins of life) just "happened" by chance, without any intrinsic meaning or purpose, other than what people arbitrarily give it afterward. I think that's a recipe for nihilism, ammorality, and despair, but some people would rather be "right" than be happy... :-)

They would also rather be right than be generous or kind, and they would rather win than be compassionate, loving or wise. The song was addressing those kinds of issues.

As was said a long time ago, "the unexamined life is not worth living".

- LH


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Subject: RE: 50 worst songs ever
From: s6k
Date: 24 Apr 04 - 08:44 PM

im sorry, but We built this City is not the worst song ever by a long shot.

does this mean to tell me that it is worse song than the cheeky girls?? come on !


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Subject: RE: 50 worst songs ever
From: GUEST,Arne Langsetmo
Date: 24 Apr 04 - 08:20 PM

Willie-O:

The folks in Fargo seem to relish feeding the wood-chippers
(my mind's wandering ... "how much ___ could a wood chipper
chip if a wood chipper could chip....").

Don't get me wrong; good people in Fargo. I was raised in
Minneapolis, and know that Paul Bunyan statue, those
folks in Brainard, and all those fence posts on that road
to Fargo pretty well (been that way more than once).

Actually, we had a famous real case in Connectucut when I was
living there involving a pilot, his ex-stewardess (or more
politically correct nowadays, flight attendant) wife, and
a wood chipper. They did convict him. Biggest piece of
her they ever found was a quarter inch of thumbtip.

Sure you didn't get the urge after the thirty fourth
repetition of "Your Lying' Eyes"?   ;-)

Cheers,

                            -- Arne


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Subject: RE: 50 worst songs ever
From: GUEST,Arne Langsetmo
Date: 24 Apr 04 - 08:09 PM

Ummm, Little Hawk:

I don't think I said that "most atheists [are] too literal
in their thinking". What I was trying to say is that a person
coming from a religious background might have a predisposition
to think that it's just a nice song about a (real but rather
myopic) God watching us "from a distance", and seeing all that
beauty but ignoring all those nit-picky sanguinary details, as
long as the "big picture" is all "blue and green" and pretty.
As an atheist, I tended more towards the view that the "distance"
that Julie Gold was talking about might be some twenty seven
universes over, give or take a few, seeing as Gawd certainly
isn't doing a whole lot about the carnage, suffering, and
injustice she describes, and doesn't seem to be particularly
interested ... or even on the ball. That is, "not from some
nice detached, mellow distance, but really, really,
REALLY distant ... like billyuns and billyuns of light years
away."

Hope that clears up my impressions of the song. Of course I
could be wrong. . . .   ;-)

Cheers,

                         -- Arne


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Subject: RE: 50 worst songs ever
From: Willie-O
Date: 24 Apr 04 - 05:36 PM

>Willie-O: So revved up wood-chippers started looking attractive? I've gotta admit, that's bad. . . . .   ;-)

It's pretty bad to get nonstop "Lyin' Eyes for three days with company you come to detest. Since you asked, though, I actually had a friend in Fargo, one considerably more attractive than a wood chipper, although it was a platonic thing. OK, I used my poetic licence to edit that out, it made my point better.

I've spent a fair amount of time feeding a chipper though, and it's one of my least favourite things to do...


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Subject: RE: BS: 50 worst songs ever
From: Little Hawk
Date: 24 Apr 04 - 04:04 PM

Not only are most atheists too literal in their thinking, so are most religious people. Thus a song such as "short people" will be attacked by fools who think it is blatantly insulting to the short, and the phrase "she makes love just like a woman" will be rejected as a statement that is so obvious that it need not be said in the first place. (sigh) I even heard someone object to the phrase "I've seen fire and I've seen rain" on this basis..."Well, who hasn't???" Like, duh!

Context, people! Context! How can poets entertain people who are completely incapable of relating to poetic images?


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Subject: RE: BS: 50 worst songs ever
From: GUEST,Arne Langsetmo
Date: 24 Apr 04 - 02:17 AM

Thanks, GUEST, for the full list. Breakers didn't have it on their web page; they want you to buy the magazine.

IC that "From A Distance" did make their list. As I stated above, I think that some people are way too literal, and just didn't catch on to what the song was about. . . . But then again, lots of people come at it from a different perspective than an atheist such as I, and are predisposed to the literal take and not inclined to think too much about exactly what "distance" we've gotta be talking about here. . . .

Or maybe they just thought that Midler's rendition was way too schlocky. . . .

Cheers,

                      -- Arne


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Subject: RE: BS: 50 worst songs ever
From: GUEST,Desdemona
Date: 23 Apr 04 - 10:09 PM

I can't bear to give myself the inevitable migraine that would result from the compiling thereof, but would venture my immortal soul that at least 75% of them would come from the 1970s ("Billy Don't Be A Hero", "Seasons in the Sun", "Muskrat Love"...need I go on????)!

D.


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Subject: RE: BS: 50 worst songs ever
From: GUEST
Date: 23 Apr 04 - 09:50 PM

Actually, the full list is posted here:
http://www.badmouth.net/forums/?showtopic=8


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Subject: RE: BS: 50 worst songs ever
From: Little Hawk
Date: 23 Apr 04 - 11:57 AM

Marvelous! And so true. Hooray for Tom Tomorrow!

Go suck an anchovie, Radriano.


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Subject: RE: BS: 50 worst songs ever
From: GUEST,Arne Langsetmo
Date: 23 Apr 04 - 11:47 AM

Brain:

Someone's already investigated this phenomenon.
Full cartoon is here.

Just another insightful page from the talented and insightful Tom Tomorrow.

Cheers,

                         -- Arne


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Subject: RE: BS: 50 worst songs ever
From: GUEST
Date: 23 Apr 04 - 11:34 AM

Willie-O: So revved up wood-chippers started looking attractive? I've gotta admit, that's bad. . . . .   ;-)

Cheers,

                                 -- Arne


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Subject: RE: BS: 50 worst songs ever
From: Brían
Date: 23 Apr 04 - 11:13 AM

Oh, I almost forgot. When my wife wants to drive me crazy, she just clicks on her file of BANAPPLE GAS which she has saved to her favorites.

Brían


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Subject: RE: BS: 50 worst songs ever
From: Brían
Date: 23 Apr 04 - 11:10 AM

I remember one that made me puke even in the polyester daze of the 70's that had the memorable lines:

How he makes me quiver
How he makes me smile
With all this love I have to give him
I guess I'm gonna stay with him awhile

Stay awhile"
(Written by Ken Tobias, 1971)

Now I'll spend the rest of the day trying to get it out of my head.

Brían


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Subject: RE: BS: 50 worst songs ever
From: radriano
Date: 23 Apr 04 - 11:09 AM

More mental masturbation - another friggin' useless thread.


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Subject: RE: BS: 50 worst songs ever
From: GUEST
Date: 23 Apr 04 - 10:14 AM

About a year ago, I was driving to my local bar listening to a very cool radio station which has a Reggae program on Sunday evening. An interesting instrumental tune came on, and I thought wow that sounds cool and I know the tune from somewhere. After stripping out all the percussion and the Ska piano and shuffle organ and concentrating on the melody I discovered it was "Danny Boy". So it's not always the song that's bad sometimes it's just how you play it.


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Subject: RE: BS: 50 worst songs ever
From: Willie-O
Date: 23 Apr 04 - 09:40 AM

I once had a ten-hour ride in a Winnebago. They had one tape. It was "Feelings". YEEEEEOOOOOQQWWWW

Likewise I spent two or three days driving across the northern States in December in a car full of rednecks. "Lyin' Eyes" was on the radio every 10 minutes that year. No more, no more, no more, no more. I was so sick of that song I got off in Fargo North Dakota. It was -20 Fahrenheit and I didn't care.

W-O


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Subject: RE: BS: 50 worst songs ever
From: GUEST,Larry K
Date: 23 Apr 04 - 09:29 AM

I think the concept is flawed from the beginning.    Jerry Della Famina (marketing guru) once asked "what is the worst tv commercial" He than stated "wrong, the worst commercial is the one you don't remember"    I think the same is true of bad songs.   The truly bad songs are the ones you don't remember.

That being said, here are some truly awful songs I wish I didn't remember.

Kung Fu Fighting (did people actually buy that record?)
Seasons int he Sun
Billy don't be a hero
Yummy yummy yummy
Sugar Sugar
The legend of Billy Jack (one tin soldier)
My ding a ling
Knock 3 Times
Honey
Your having my baby

I have to stop- this is just to painful


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Subject: RE: BS: 50 worst songs ever
From: GUEST,Chris B (Born Again Scouser)
Date: 23 Apr 04 - 08:38 AM

'The Lady' by Sandy Denny


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Subject: RE: BS: 50 worst songs ever
From: Mark Cohen
Date: 23 Apr 04 - 08:07 AM

Anything by the Chipmunks. Nothing else comes close.

Aloha,
Mark


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Subject: RE: BS: 50 worst songs ever
From: 42
Date: 23 Apr 04 - 07:31 AM

Feelings! No question, no hesitation, no competition.

   In the Folk category... The Centurion - the only song I know that takes a century to sing, everyone dies and they'd do it all again.

j


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Subject: RE: BS: 50 worst songs ever
From: Wombat at work
Date: 23 Apr 04 - 07:23 AM

The fields of Athenry............aghhhhhhhh


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Subject: RE: BS: 50 worst songs ever
From: Benjamin
Date: 23 Apr 04 - 05:12 AM

Amergin, I thought that remark was funny!


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Subject: RE: BS: 50 worst songs ever
From: Amergin
Date: 23 Apr 04 - 12:58 AM

LH, I do like alot of Dylan's stuff...he has written some fabulous songs...but some just do not float...they remind me of a boat with several big leaks and the bilge pumps not working.


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