What can YOU say in six sentences?
Inspired by the metaphoric discussion Sandra kicked off with her post, I am inviting 6Sers to submit their lists of the worst songs of all time. You can't have any more than ten. I myself came up with two, and had to rush to kneel in front of the toilet. Remember--nothing but real puke-fest melodies will be accepted!
The Two Worst Songs Of All Time, From Whatever Angle--Moral, Political, Biological, Aestetic--You Want To Consider
1. You're Having My Baby by Paul Anka
1 (tie). Feelings by Morris Alpert
Okay, kids, your turn! Get busy!
"Life is a Highway"
"Eye of the Tiger"
"Don't Stop Believing" ("Streetlights! People! Oh!")
"Living on a Prayer" ("Take my hand! We'll make it! I swear!")
"Who Let the Dogs Out?"
...and another 5 I'll come up with when I can purge these from my head...
2) GREAT song, great to work out to (yeah, when was the last time i did that?) LOL
3) okay, you don't have to like the chorus, but it has some really cool imagery, has the only chords i can play on pie-a-no, and nobody but nobody sings like that songbird steve perry. *sigh*
4) ANOTHER great rock anthem! (halfway there!)
oh bill... your metal is far heavier than mine, methinks.... :-)
Anything by Katie Malua, and the dreadful songs, "You can ring my bell" and "Funkytown". Talk about torture!
I got tears in my ears, lying on my back crying over you. By can't remember the country western singer.
You are so beautiful by Joe Cocker.
The first song that comes to mind is "Hey Jude." However, Gita makes a good point.
Did anyone mention Crimson and Clover over and over?
no-one has mentioned Billy Ray Cyrus's Achy Breaky Heart...
This discussion has been going for nearly four months and no-one else mentioned it????
In the spirit of the site, six:
Barry Manilow, Mandy
Fabian, Tiger (or Turn me Loose)
Pat Boone, Tutti frutti
Bobby Goldsboro, Honey
I whip my hair back and forth (no idea who sings it)
The Drifters, Under the Boardwalk
Oh no, not the Drifters!
Lol, you'll be hearing it all night long
Sadly so will I (oy, the sacrifices we make)