Discussion in 'Odds & Ends' started by GreenBalls, Dec 1, 2009.
Baby Come Back - Vanessa Hudgens
Baby Got Back
-Sir Mix A Lot
Somehow, this has remained one of the most famous songs of the past 20 years. I personally preferred Mix A Lot in Hip Hop Soldier, but that's just me.
My Baby Don't Tolerate--Lyle Lovett
My baby does good sculptures-The Rezillos
My baby does me - Queen
Baby's In Black--The Beatles
Black Burning Heart-Keane
Savage earth heart-The Waterboys
This is such an amazing version, back then The Waterboys were THE best live band in the world.
Heartbeat Radio-Sondre Lerche
Total Eclipse of the Heart - Bonnie Tyler
Heartbreak Beat - Psychedelic Furs
Beat on the brat-The Ramones
Beat It - MJ
It's a Wonderful Life-Sparklehorse
Wonderful World--originally by Sam Cooke, recorded a bunch, I liked a version by Art Garfunkel with James Taylor and Paul Simon singing backup
Don't know much about the Middle Ages, looked at the pictures and I turned the pages...
The World Turned Upside Down - English black letter ballad
I believe that's what the British army band played at Yorktown when Cornwallis surrendered to Washington. Way to go, George!
What a Wonderful World--Louis Armstrong
Yes, that's how the story goes...
This World Over - xtc
The World At Large-Modest Mouse
World of Pain - Cream
(Wayne and Garth)
Mike Myers and Dana Carvey, mostly Dana Carvey
House Of Pain
Burning House of Love
I am in love
ps. my heart is bleeding
Sorry, I didn't follow the rule.
Love Me Tender by Elvis Presley
Love the Way You Lie - Eminem
I'D LIE- TAYLOR SWIFT
ps. no choice, uncle
I'd Like To Teach the World To Sing--classic Coca-Cola commercial, apparently performed by everyone in the world (though I never got my check...)
I'D RATHER GO BLIND - BEYONCE
ps. gossip has to stop
Should I Stay or Should I Go? - The Clash (1982)
If you Let Me Stay
-Terence Trent D'Arby
If You Leave Me Now--Chicago
Never liked Chicago (the group, ambivalent about the city) but I'm unable to repress memories of their overplayed songs.
If you leave -OMD
Not a fan but loved Pretty in Pink
You Only Live Once-The Strokes
not to be a troll Chezbeeno, though I find the Strokes to be so overhyped ("Libertines lite"), that IS a good, upbeat tune off of--imho--their one decent album "First Impressions of Earth" - nice call/good song
You Only Live Twice - Nancy Sinatra
:shock:--'nancy friggin' sinatra?!!'
live and let die- paul mccartney
Sticking with the 007 theme.
I find that as far as their albums go Room on Fire is almost entirely upbeat and quite excellent, my favorite actually, but the song I posted above is definitely one of my favorites
Let's Hear That String Part Again, Because I Don't Think They Heard It-Sufjan Stevens
Is that reallly a song title? Wordy.
String Man--The Mommas and the Poppas
Man in the Mirror - Michael Jackson
Watch That Man- David Bowie
Watch The Closing Doors - IRT
Watching the Planets-The Flaming Lips
Planet Waves--Bob Dylan
planet rock - tech n9ne
- B 52s
Can you rock it! - phunk junkeez
Pilot Can at the Queer of God - The Flaming Lips
gods bathroom floor - atmosphere
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