Originally posted by TinManLittle Houses from the Weeds soundtrack...Great show but that song just won't get out of my head!!!!
We're all made out of TICKY TACKY!!!! But...we all look just the same.
I never understood the meaning of that, but then again, I don't smoke up.
In any case...the song that's been running through my mind these days has been "CALLING YOU" from Blue October. It was originally on the American Wedding song, but every time I've visited a local Safeway...yep...it's on the radio. Not that it's a bad thing...it's a decent song.
"At the end of every hard-earned day, people find some reason to believe." -- Bruce Springsteen
They just played this "song" on sports radio here this morning called "Hockey Monkey" by the Zambonis and my ears won't stop bleeding. It is quite possibly the dumbest piece of "music" ever broadcast and I look forward to driving my truck through the station's front door when they play it 500 times during the playoff season.
Originally posted by Reverend J ShaftThey just played this "song" on sports radio here this morning called "Hockey Monkey" by the Zambonis and my ears won't stop bleeding. It is quite possibly the dumbest piece of "music" ever broadcast and I look forward to driving my truck through the station's front door when they play it 500 times during the playoff season.
All the scientists are running around, Looking for the monkey but he can't be found! Cuz he's out...playyying hockey with the kids!
God, that song's awful. I was first subjected to it about five years ago from a friend of mine who for whatever reason found it clever and thought he should share.
I feel your pain.
TO BILL BRASKY!
My LiveJournal, where you can read tons of stuff that you don't give a crap about.
So I told Pandora to play some Tenacious D. Well, in the past week, the only Tenacious D I've gotten is a song called "Fuck Her Gently" 3 or 4 times. Hearing it that many times in close proximity has put it into my head. Thanks, Pandora.
In the real world, WWE believes that no matter what our race, religious creed or ethnic background in America, we all share the common bond of being Americans. American-Arabs are a part of the fabric of America, and they should be embraced by all of us.
LazyTown's popularity, even among those would typically be too old to be watching it (I've had friends OVER 20 telling me to watch it), is starting to scare me. There's just something inherently jarring about the show, and it may just be the Eurodance music. It seems kind of out of place to something you're targeting to young children, even in Iceland.
Back on topic, stuck in my head, right now? "Super-Sprode" by Freezepop.
It was all about AMES back in my short stay in the great state of Maine. I can't remember the town it was in, but it had to have been somewhere near Charleston, as my Grandpa was working at the "correctional facility" there.