A Conversation for Songs that Stick in your Head
DjeliBeybi, Sovereign Imperatrix of all Odd Blue Socks, ID Posted Jul 31, 2000
Ohh..there's an old one I remember: Tubthumping, by ChumbaWumba...
"I get knocked down, but I get up again, ain't nobody gonna keep me down..."
Repeat that a couple more times..
Is mise Duncan Posted Jul 31, 2000
That whole song is like that - lyrics like:
"He drinks a whisky drink, he drinks a cider drink,
he drinks a vodka drink, he drinks a lager drink
sings the songs that remind him of the good times,
sings the songs that remind him of the better times"
That said, it is by far the least annoying Chumbabloodywumba song in recent history. For truly Vogon-poetry topping ghastliness, try any song from their earlier "pictures of starving children sell records" album.
*Goes off to flush brain out with bleach*
Cheerful Dragon Posted Jul 31, 2000
AAHHHHH the memories of World Cup 98!! I ppersonally thought it was a good song but my taste in music has moved on since then.....
I've got two going round my head at the moment
Eagle-Eye Cherry's Save tonight........"......save tonight and fight the break of dawn come tomorrow tomorrow i'll be gone save tonight and fight the break of dawn come tomorrow tomorrow i'll be gone ........tomorrow comes to take me away i wish that i that i could stay girl you know ive got to go and lord i wish it wasnt so......save tonight and fight the break of dawn come tomorrow tomorrow i'll be gone save tonight and fight the break of dawn come tomorrow tomorrow i'll be gone......." and so on and
Stereophonics One Tree "......it only takes one tree to make a thousand matches.......only takes one match to burn a thousand trees.........."
AgProv2 Posted Dec 15, 2014
It's Christmas, time of supposedly-sophisticated perfume adverts coming at you ad nauseum. There's one that seems to use the theme tune from "Futurama" with its distinctive chimes (why was I not surprised to see it runs in EVERY ad break during "The Simpsons" - association of ideas?) and this sticks in your head.
But the all time worst seems to be absent this Christmas - thank the Baby Jesus for small miracles. One perfume advert uses a truly earwigging song by a French band, performed in broken English with frequent whistles and bells; (Stereo Lab "I love you - oh no") and this truly eats into your brain. Worst: a comic duo featuring the clueless Daisy from "Not Going Out" and her mate who was the snarky Polish au pair in Jack Dee's sitcom... the name "Katy Wix" comes to mind here - gleefully picked the tune up and used it as theme music to THEIR sketch show. Applied sadism or what...
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- 61: DjeliBeybi, Sovereign Imperatrix of all Odd Blue Socks, ID (Jul 31, 2000)
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- 66: AgProv2 (Dec 15, 2014)