Name the song

  1. When I was a private investigator, I had a few claimants that would go to karaoke bars. I always sang Every Breath You Take. The first couple times I went to one, I had a partner. He would record all night, but when I was on stage he totally forgot about the claimant and just started recording me, so it could be played back at meetings and everyone could laugh.

  2. I can’t take this song seriously anymore. My neighbors dog, Wiley, is a crazy eyed glutton and will eat anything. So a few years ago during Christmas, my mom made and gave my neighbors a shirt with the dog and the text said “Every Meal You Bake, Every Snack You Make, I’ll Be Watching You.” I couldn’t stop laughing.

  3. Damn, I know that song, it's such a catchy tune, but the lyrics didn't have much of an impact on me until just now seeing them written out.

  4. I like the song but it didn't really hit me. My personal heart ripper is If I Die Young. Mind you that song was on the radio every 20 mins the year my wife died. So yeah that was a rough year. Probably why I kinda hate the radio to this day.

  5. Alright Alright Alright Alright Alright Alright Alright Alright Alright Alright Alright Alright Alright Alright Alright Alright NOW FELLAS

  6. I never know how to interpret this song. I’m half convinced its a song about drug/alcohol addiction with the whole you can check out but never leave line but It could very easily be about half a dozen other things as well. In the end it doesn’t matter a whole lot because the message isn’t obviously awful and it’s a solid song.

  7. I was once a camp counselor when the woman in charge of the camp was very mad that we let a middle school girl sing “Hotel California” at the talent show. Her (rhetorical question): “Do you all know what that song is about?” “Uh… a hotel that kidnaps people?” “I thought it was a metaphor for addiction…”

  8. Wake up (wake up). psljfjslurb make-up. Hsjflrkvdjsjs shake-up. (Kahrkjfoikgdk). Jdibrjifidjhj table? Jdirbjsklfkb fable.

  9. My phys Ed teacher played this as one of the songs during warm ups, pretty sure he never knew the lyrics

  10. “I never bought a suit before in my life, but when you go to meet God, you know you wanna look nice.” That line always gives me chills

  11. Even Ronald Reagan mentioned Born in the USA while talking about American optimism. That's one of the greatest "nobody listened to the lyrics" songs ever written because it sounds like it's literally about the opposite of what it is.

  12. I know of a few vocaloid bangers that aren't innately depressing, but man, GUMI always gets stuck singing sad songs over half of the time.

  13. I only listen to fucked up and/or sad vocaloid, I feel like the genre lends itself well to that. There are entire artists who only make songs about the wildest most deranged shit. Steampunk pianist comes to mind, for one

  14. They once put out a box set that included a full set of dildos cast from their own dicks. I'd say nobody into Rammstein has any misunderstandings that the songs are messed up, even if they don't understand German .

  15. Dicke Titten...🤣 This one caught me off guard when I learned the meaning of it, especially since I listened to it out loud next to my parents before I knew the translation.😭

  16. My wife (music teacher) used to lecture her students on how their minds absorb the lyrics even if they say they are just listening to the music. Me… listening to music in Hindi, Japanese, Mandarine, German, Russian without “Understanding a word of it.” When I did start speaking a little German though the person coaching me was like, “Your accent is impeccable.”

  17. My Mexican friend loves this song, but when I asked her if she was okay with the threesome aspect of the song, she had to sing the whole thing back in her head then was all "Oh my God, we play this at Quincineras!"

  18. Isn't that song just about learning to not fear death and loss of loved ones, as it's inevitable and you'll be together again someday? I don't see anything dark about that.

  19. Korn: you not rrrh rot dot n dot n dot per rot dot n not n dot per n dot chi cot n dot rrr ah dot dot ki o ma gri a dot dot ers a pa ta ko

  20. We got movies, and doctors, and fantasy sports and a bunch of colored pencil drawings of all the different characters in Harry Potter fucking each other...

  21. Tool: Prison Sex I had heard it about three or 4 times and absolutely loved the music then I heard the DJ say “That was Prison Sex by the band Tool” and I was like WTF? So the next time it played I paid close attention to the lyrics and afterwords I’m like “Woah that’s a damned good fucked up song”

  22. I mean, I don't think anybody has ever just casually listened to that song and thought it was a nice pleasant little tune hahaha

  23. "String theocracy" by Mili, "Salt pepper and the thought police" still by Mili. Overall Mili loves to make us groove on fucking disasters, and i love that too

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