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Discussion in 'Bad Dog Cafe' started by micpoc, Aug 17, 2019.
That would improve the lyric...
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IMAGINE...stupid, monotonous, simplistic, hippie, yoko-inspired tripe AND ridiculously overplayed. It wins BOTH your categories!
Actually I wish I’d said that. Lennon could be transcendent. But not here. He later reuses the chord progression for the superior watching the wheels.
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Lee Greenwood’s Proud to be an American.
Alright Now - Free
Never liked it in the 70’s and still don’t like it. Love Paul Rogefs though.
And anything by Mariah Carey. That bellowing screeching whatever it is she does, Yuch! And that Vision of Love of hers makes me want to drive a pencil through my skull.
I started out intending to read the full thread, but when I hit this contribution I realised there was no need to go any further.
Still, let me throw Muskrat Love into the mix. The Captain and Tennille's version. Willis Alan Ramsey's version I can stand.
So how bad was the Sheriff’s song for you to shoot him?
If we could just get the guy who shot the sheriff to shoot the muskrat instead, there’s two problems solved. Boom.
I've always had a problem with him singing 'Imagine no possessions' in that massive room in his Surrey mansion.
Last one I can recall is "Axel F" from Beverly Hills Cop, though maybe that theme from St. Elmo's Fire was a "hit" as well. I started a thread about it a few years back and, looking at it now, it appears Kenny G had some hits in the 90s... not a good sign.
You Light Up My Life - by Debby Boone
Angel is a Centerfold. Why was it even recorded?
Another vote hear for "Turn the Page" -- either version, but the Metallica version is worse.
I never loved the song but I didn't hate it until I heard it a million times.
I think an interesting thread would be "What song do you like but never need to hear again."
Fancy - Reba
The Theme to Coronation Street - surely the most depressing instrumental ever.
Just realised the awful consequence of either reading this thread or posting on it; every song title you look at becomes a bloody earworm for the next hour or so!
Pretty much every new country song and every song on corporate class is rock stations. The latter is from repetition.
The song that ruined music forever?
Here it is...