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  1. 05 Oct '08 06:59
    any songs you listen to over and over.
    song that you just love or catchy song or parts of a song

    Part of Brittaney Spears Womanizer
    Boy don't try to front I (I) know just (just) what you are (are are)
    Boy don't try to front I (I) know just (just) what you are (are are)
  2. 05 Oct '08 15:15
    No, I hate songs.
  3. Standard member rbmorris
    Vampyroteuthis
    05 Oct '08 17:21
    Originally posted by jacko11
    any songs you listen to over and over.
    song that you just love or catchy song or parts of a song

    Part of Brittaney Spears Womanizer
    Boy don't try to front I (I) know just (just) what you are (are are)
    Boy don't try to front I (I) know just (just) what you are (are are)
    FREE BIRD!!!

    Nee no now now now
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    Nee no now now now
    Nee no now nee now nee now
    Nee no now now nee now nee now nee now now
  4. 05 Oct '08 20:48
    Too Many To Name

    I'll start with 5 in no particular order.

    1. These Eyes - The Guess Who
    2. You Don't Know Me - Ray Charles
    3. The Green Grass Of Home - Tom Jones
    4. Mountain Of Love - Johnny Rivers
    5. Come Monday - Jimmy Buffet

    I got tons and tons more.
  5. 06 Oct '08 02:24
    I am embarrassed to admit this, but at one time, I had these 5 singles on my phonograph spindle, and listened to them over and over again:
    Rock Me Gently--Andy Kim
    Seasons in the Sun--Terri Jacks
    Chevy Van--Sammi Johns
    Rocky--Austin Roberts
    You Light Up My Life--Debby Boone

    I know--it's disgusting and awful, and I HAVE repented. I have stuck with a strict diet of Led Zepplin, Jethro Tull, and of course Pink Floyd ever since, and soon after "the dim times" (The early 70s), I went cold turkey by mainlining Ted Nugent's Wang Dang Sweet Poon Tang for hours on end, just to clean my system.
  6. Standard member uzless
    The So Fist
    06 Oct '08 14:48 / 1 edit
    Meatloaf - 2 outta 3 ain't bad.


    I want you
    I need you
    But there ain't no way i'm ever gonna love you
    Now, don't feel sad
    Cause 2 outta 3 ain't bad....
  7. 09 Oct '08 10:13
    Originally posted by uzless
    Meatloaf - 2 outta 3 ain't bad.


    I want you
    I need you
    But there ain't no way i'm ever gonna love you
    Now, don't feel sad
    Cause 2 outta 3 ain't bad....
  8. Standard member shavixmir
    Guppy poo
    09 Oct '08 11:04
    Bridge over troubled water
    I saw Simon & Garfunkel in Rome, when they played in front of 600.000 people with the Colosseum as a back drop. The most expensive free concert I've ever went to (flight costs, hotel costs, drinking costs, etc.).

    Thunder road
    My childhood summed up in one sentence: "It's a town full of losers and I'm pulling of here to win."
    Ironically I pulled outta that damned town more often than I've seen Springsteen (which is quite a lot) and I've still not actually won anything.

    The traitor
    The mere concept of failing in one's revolutionairy quest due to the love of a woman is frightening, yet so very possible in a broader sense personal destruction.
    It reminds me of choices I have made because of love and the mere fact I'm still doing slave labour because of it.

    Desolation row
    One of the bizarest set of lyrics you'll ever hear. Yet, the angle is so great. Desolation row only being "desolation" because that's what other people call it.

    Check out this paragraph:

    Now ophelia, shes neath the window
    For her I feel so afraid
    On her twenty-second birthday
    She already is an old maid
    To her, death is quite romantic
    She wears an iron vest
    Her profession's her religion
    Her sin is her lifelessness
    And though her eyes are fixed upon
    Noahs great rainbow
    She spends her time peeking
    Into desolation row


    The whole song is sung about various people and characters and their relationship to "desolation row" and ends with:

    All these people that you mention
    Yes, I know them, theyre quite lame
    I had to rearrange their faces
    And give them all another name
    Right now I cant read too good
    Dont send me no more letters no
    Not unless you mail them
    From desolation row


    Heavenly.

    Mamma look a boo boo
    Most probably you don't know this song. It's a song from a live-performance by Harry Belafonte.
    It reminds me my father, who ironically never lifted a hand to anyone in his life (him being a pacifist and all), but he used to sing along to it in the car when we drove to the beach.
  9. Standard member Ragnorak
    For RHP addons...
    09 Oct '08 16:11
    Originally posted by shavixmir
    [b]Bridge over troubled water
    I saw Simon & Garfunkel in Rome, when they played in front of 600.000 people with the Colosseum as a back drop. The most expensive free concert I've ever went to (flight costs, hotel costs, drinking costs, etc.).
    [/b]
    Um, I think I was in Rome that night and missed it.

    D
  10. 12 Oct '08 23:42
    the pussycat dolls new song "i hate this part" one of the parts i just cant get out my head
  11. Standard member bill718
    Enigma
    13 Oct '08 11:18
    Originally posted by jacko11
    any songs you listen to over and over.
    song that you just love or catchy song or parts of a song

    Part of Brittaney Spears Womanizer
    Boy don't try to front I (I) know just (just) what you are (are are)
    Boy don't try to front I (I) know just (just) what you are (are are)
    Brittany Spears is a mental fur ball! Nice body though.
  12. Subscriber AttilaTheHorn
    Erro Ergo Sum
    13 Oct '08 13:33
    Die schöne Müllerin, (Franz Schubert)
  13. Standard member lovebonovox
    Chasing the moon
    13 Oct '08 17:04
    Bad ~ U2
    Better As A Memory ~ Kenny Chesney
    Sail Away ~ David Gray
    My Never ~ Blue October
    Sex on Fire ~ Kings of Leon
    Bleed It Out ~ Linkin Park
    For Heaven's Sake ~ Thriving Ivory
    Green Spandex ~ Xavier Rudd
    Bittersweet ~ Big Had Todd & The Monsters

    Just a few I could think of off the top of my head.
  14. 14 Oct '08 09:55
    Originally posted by jacko11
    any songs you listen to over and over.
    song that you just love or catchy song or parts of a song

    Part of Brittaney Spears Womanizer
    Boy don't try to front I (I) know just (just) what you are (are are)
    Boy don't try to front I (I) know just (just) what you are (are are)
    heres one. listen to it a couple of times, then no more music for a few hours. even tho its so cheezy, it will still be going over and over in your head all day long

    http://uk.youtube.com/watch?v=-IabsMkst8k

  15. 17 Oct '08 09:51
    Originally posted by lovebonovox
    Bad ~ U2
    Better As A Memory ~ Kenny Chesney
    Sail Away ~ David Gray
    My Never ~ Blue October
    Sex on Fire ~ Kings of Leon
    Bleed It Out ~ Linkin Park
    For Heaven's Sake ~ Thriving Ivory
    Green Spandex ~ Xavier Rudd
    Bittersweet ~ Big Had Todd & The Monsters

    Just a few I could think of off the top of my head.
    linkin park are awesome