Worst Songs Ever Thread

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#26 Post by Middle » 23 Oct 2006, 10:57

Steel Frog wrote:Normally, I'd agree about Train, but it's provided two wonderful comic moments (for me anyway) -- one recent in Eurotrip


Dude, I missed this one, but 'comic moments' and 'Eurotrip' mentioned in one sentence should be punishable by death!!
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#27 Post by bratzks » 23 Oct 2006, 11:08

m1ddle wrote:
Steel Frog wrote:Normally, I'd agree about Train, but it's provided two wonderful comic moments (for me anyway) -- one recent in Eurotrip


Dude, I missed this one, but 'comic moments' and 'Eurotrip' mentioned in one sentence should be punishable by death!!


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#28 Post by Steel Frog » 23 Oct 2006, 16:05

m1ddle wrote:
Steel Frog wrote:Normally, I'd agree about Train, but it's provided two wonderful comic moments (for me anyway) -- one recent in Eurotrip


Dude, I missed this one, but 'comic moments' and 'Eurotrip' mentioned in one sentence should be punishable by death!!

Didn't like Eurotrip? Really?

OK, to each his own. But if you investigate, you might find my club is not all that small. Not that it means anything. Maybe a lot of us have poor taste.

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#29 Post by Middle » 23 Oct 2006, 23:28

Steel Frog wrote:
m1ddle wrote:
Steel Frog wrote:Normally, I'd agree about Train, but it's provided two wonderful comic moments (for me anyway) -- one recent in Eurotrip


Dude, I missed this one, but 'comic moments' and 'Eurotrip' mentioned in one sentence should be punishable by death!!

Didn't like Eurotrip? Really?

OK, to each his own. But if you investigate, you might find my club is not all that small. Not that it means anything. Maybe a lot of us have poor taste.


I thought Eurotrip was pretty horrible. Well, I might have been a little too harsh on it. I do recall I was playing "Scotty doesn't know" back to back for about a week. Then I got tired of it. But I thought that on the whole, it was a little too played out. I mean, they stretched the whole thing a little too far. And they shouldn't have shot the entire movie in Prague, which (as a European) was a little disappointing. Then again, this movie was not made primarily for Europeans...
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#30 Post by AlottaFagina » 24 Oct 2006, 04:43

alan smithee wrote:
Steel Frog wrote:Wow, there's a song Prince will write and not sing?! :o After watching Under the Cherry Moon, I wouldn't have guessed the man had a filter.

An even-more-popular Prince-penned tune: Manic Monday

Not to mention Nothing Compares 2 U.

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#31 Post by AlottaFagina » 24 Oct 2006, 04:49

m1ddle wrote:
Steel Frog wrote:
m1ddle wrote:
Steel Frog wrote:Normally, I'd agree about Train, but it's provided two wonderful comic moments (for me anyway) -- one recent in Eurotrip


Dude, I missed this one, but 'comic moments' and 'Eurotrip' mentioned in one sentence should be punishable by death!!

Didn't like Eurotrip? Really?

OK, to each his own. But if you investigate, you might find my club is not all that small. Not that it means anything. Maybe a lot of us have poor taste.


I thought Eurotrip was pretty horrible. Well, I might have been a little too harsh on it. I do recall I was playing "Scotty doesn't know" back to back for about a week. Then I got tired of it. But I thought that on the whole, it was a little too played out. I mean, they stretched the whole thing a little too far. And they shouldn't have shot the entire movie in Prague, which (as a European) was a little disappointing. Then again, this movie was not made primarily for Europeans...

Scotty Doesn't Know - thumbs up; otherwise Eurotrip suuucked.

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#32 Post by alan smithee » 24 Oct 2006, 10:33

AlottaFagina wrote:
alan smithee wrote:
Steel Frog wrote:Wow, there's a song Prince will write and not sing?! :o After watching Under the Cherry Moon, I wouldn't have guessed the man had a filter.

An even-more-popular Prince-penned tune: Manic Monday

Not to mention Nothing Compares 2 U.

Except Prince sang it (after The Family and Sinbad O'Connor).
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m1ddle wrote:
Steel Frog wrote:
m1ddle wrote:
Steel Frog wrote:Normally, I'd agree about Train, but it's provided two wonderful comic moments (for me anyway) -- one recent in Eurotrip


Dude, I missed this one, but 'comic moments' and 'Eurotrip' mentioned in one sentence should be punishable by death!!

Didn't like Eurotrip? Really?

OK, to each his own. But if you investigate, you might find my club is not all that small. Not that it means anything. Maybe a lot of us have poor taste.


I thought Eurotrip was pretty horrible. Well, I might have been a little too harsh on it. I do recall I was playing "Scotty doesn't know" back to back for about a week. Then I got tired of it. But I thought that on the whole, it was a little too played out. I mean, they stretched the whole thing a little too far. And they shouldn't have shot the entire movie in Prague, which (as a European) was a little disappointing. Then again, this movie was not made primarily for Europeans...

Scotty Doesn't Know - thumbs up; otherwise Eurotrip suuucked.

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#33 Post by JJ » 24 Oct 2006, 11:34

I'm not afraid to stand up and say proudly: I like My Baby Takes the Morning Train.
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#34 Post by Middle » 24 Oct 2006, 13:11

JJ wrote:I'm not afraid to stand up and say proudly: I like My Baby Takes the Morning Train.
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#35 Post by JJ » 24 Oct 2006, 13:30

alan smithee wrote:Truth; lies.


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#36 Post by alan smithee » 24 Oct 2006, 14:12

JJ wrote:
alan smithee wrote:Truth; lies.


Don't you want somebody to love?

I need somebody to love.
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#37 Post by bratzks » 24 Oct 2006, 14:15

alan smithee wrote:
JJ wrote:
alan smithee wrote:Truth; lies.


Don't you want somebody to love?

I need somebody to love.

You better find somebody to love.
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Song Lyrics?

#38 Post by 8outta8 » 25 Oct 2006, 11:01

You running your song lyrics quiz this year again, JJ? It was fun around the holidays with the family. Hope you do.
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Re: Song Lyrics?

#39 Post by JJ » 25 Oct 2006, 11:16

8outta8 wrote:You running your song lyrics quiz this year again, JJ? It was fun around the holidays with the family. Hope you do.


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Sure, I'll work on it.
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#40 Post by TK421 » 30 Oct 2006, 13:40

I would walk 500 miles...
And I would walk 500 more...
Just to be the man who walked a thousand miles...

TO KICK THE LIVING SHIT OUT OF THOSE GUYS!!!

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#41 Post by Middle » 31 Oct 2006, 00:57

TK421 wrote:I would walk 500 miles...
And I would walk 500 more...
Just to be the man who walked a thousand miles...

TO KICK THE LIVING SHIT OUT OF THOSE GUYS!!!


Oh, that song sure brings up memories of getting shitfaced in Salzburg...
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#42 Post by TK421 » 31 Oct 2006, 05:15

m1ddle wrote:
TK421 wrote:I would walk 500 miles...
And I would walk 500 more...
Just to be the man who walked a thousand miles...

TO KICK THE LIVING SHIT OUT OF THOSE GUYS!!!


Oh, that song sure brings up memories of getting shitfaced in Salzburg...

Well, my response to this is also quite appropriate for this thread.

Did you drink a whiskey drink, drink a vodka drink, drink a lager drink, and drink a cider drink?

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#43 Post by Middle » 31 Oct 2006, 05:26

TK421 wrote:
m1ddle wrote:
TK421 wrote:I would walk 500 miles...
And I would walk 500 more...
Just to be the man who walked a thousand miles...

TO KICK THE LIVING SHIT OUT OF THOSE GUYS!!!


Oh, that song sure brings up memories of getting shitfaced in Salzburg...

Well, my response to this is also quite appropriate for this thread.

Did you drink a whiskey drink, drink a vodka drink, drink a lager drink, and drink a cider drink?


Yeah, and I sing the songs that remind me of the good times;
I sing the songs that remind me of the better times!
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#44 Post by TK421 » 31 Oct 2006, 05:29

m1ddle wrote:
TK421 wrote:
m1ddle wrote:
TK421 wrote:I would walk 500 miles...
And I would walk 500 more...
Just to be the man who walked a thousand miles...

TO KICK THE LIVING SHIT OUT OF THOSE GUYS!!!


Oh, that song sure brings up memories of getting shitfaced in Salzburg...

Well, my response to this is also quite appropriate for this thread.

Did you drink a whiskey drink, drink a vodka drink, drink a lager drink, and drink a cider drink?


Yeah, and I sing the songs that remind me of the good times;
I sing the songs that remind me of the better times!

OOOOOH DANNY BOY, DANNY BOY!!!!!!!


Actually, I don't mind Phish's version of the song.

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#45 Post by Middle » 31 Oct 2006, 05:33

TK421 wrote:
m1ddle wrote:
TK421 wrote:
m1ddle wrote:
TK421 wrote:I would walk 500 miles...
And I would walk 500 more...
Just to be the man who walked a thousand miles...

TO KICK THE LIVING SHIT OUT OF THOSE GUYS!!!


Oh, that song sure brings up memories of getting shitfaced in Salzburg...

Well, my response to this is also quite appropriate for this thread.

Did you drink a whiskey drink, drink a vodka drink, drink a lager drink, and drink a cider drink?


Yeah, and I sing the songs that remind me of the good times;
I sing the songs that remind me of the better times!

OOOOOH DANNY BOY, DANNY BOY!!!!!!!


Actually, I don't mind Phish's version of the song.


Don't know the Phish version, unfortunately...
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#46 Post by Buckykatt » 31 Oct 2006, 06:26

Unfortunately, my day began at 5 am when I awoke with Fergielicious in my head.....

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#47 Post by kithereal » 01 Nov 2006, 13:43

tub thumping / who sang this?( vomitous )
when smokey sings/ abc ( vile )
can't fight this feeling/reo speedwagon ( insert cat vomit sound effect )

I KNOW there is more, but thankfully, at this moment ,I can't think of them.

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#48 Post by You Know, for Kids » 01 Nov 2006, 13:46

kithereal wrote:tub thumping / who sang this?


Chumbawumba
It's fun, it's healthy, it's good exercise. The kids will just love it. and we put a little sand inside to make the experience more pleasant.

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#49 Post by kithereal » 01 Nov 2006, 13:51

ah yes
I wonder what members of Chumbawumba are doing right now?

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#50 Post by You Know, for Kids » 01 Nov 2006, 13:55

kithereal wrote:ah yes
I wonder what members of Chumbawumba are doing right now?


Probably something better than posting on internet community forums.
It's fun, it's healthy, it's good exercise. The kids will just love it. and we put a little sand inside to make the experience more pleasant.

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