Tuesday, May 16, 2006

What Songs?

I'll start:

I Me Mine
Waiting For The End Of The World
They Didn't Believe Me
Do You Want To Know A Secret
Someone To Watch Over Me

Let's see yours in Comments.

[GOP Party!, Via Sploid]


bake said...

blitzkrieg bop
under my thumb
i'll be watching you

Sleestak said...

Pop A Top
One Toke Over The Line
Jesus Christ Superstar

Anonymous said...

Our God is an Awesome God
Every Breath You Take
Hard Habit to Break (For Rush)
Destination Unknown
Indecision Time
Comfortably Numb

Anonymous said...

Oh yeah, how could I forget:

If You Want Blood (You Got It)
The Wall (Johnny Cash)

Anonymous said...

Supposedly, this is Condeleeza Rice's actual, authentic top ten list.
1. Mozart --Piano Concerto in D minor
2. Cream -- 'Sunshine of Your Love'
3. Aretha Franklin -- 'Respect'
4. Kool and the Gang --'Celebration' 5. Brahms -- Piano Concerto No 2
6 Brahms -- Piano Quintet in F minor
7. U2 -- Anything ..
8. Elton John -- 'Rocket Man' ...
9. Beethoven -- Symphony No 7 ...
10. Mussorgsky -- Boris Godunov

The U2 listening is kind of a cheat. Come on, pick one. Condi, I have read, is a classically trained
pianist who also recently did the Beatles tour on her trip to England.

Fun facts for you to know!

El Duque said...

It's My Party and I'll Cry if I Want To.

Chene of Fools.

I Started a Joke (Which Started the Whole World Crying)

Rice Is Nice.

When Doves Cry.

What a Fool Believes.

Na Na Hey Hey Kiss Him Goodbye.

Kris Stacks said...

Warpigs by black sabbath.

over and over and over.....

Jersey Shore said...

Like shooting fish in a barrel:

Unknow Country singer:
"I'd Rather Have A Bottle In Front Of Me Than A Frontal Lobotomy"

The Beach Boys:

"When I Grow Up (To Be A Man)"

"Busy Doin' Nothin'"

"Don't Worry, Baby"

"Getcha Back" (dedicated to Valarie Plame)

"Let's Go Trippin'"

The Beatles:

"Day Tripper"

"Nowhere Man"

"Everybody's Got Something to Hide, except For Me and My Monkey"


"I Should Have Known Better"

"I'm Only Sleeping"

"Junk" (for Rush)

"The Fool on the Hill" (for Frist)

"The End"

"Your Mother Should Know" for Barbara Bush)

Anonymous said...

A Sinatra medley:

"South of the Border"
"Someone to Watch Over Me"
"How Little We Know"
"I Couldn't Care Less"

And from ZZ Top:

"I'm Bad; I'm Nationwide"

dork said...

the Smiths medley:

"what difference does it make?"

"how soon is now?"

"that joke isn't funny anymore"

"bigmouth strikes again"


"i started something i couldn't finish"

"last night i dreamt that somebody loved me"

"please, please, please let me get what i want"

for katrina -
"shoplifters of the world unite"

and finally -
"heaven knows i'm miserable now"

spysmasher said...

How about THESE recent hits...

• Payroll employment rose by 138,000 net new jobs in April, the 32nd consecutive month of employment gains. The unemployment rate held steady at 4.7% in April.

• Annualized real GDP growth was a rapid 4.8% in the 1st quarter of 2006. Forecasters believe that growth will average a trend-like 3.0% through the end of next year.

• Productivity (output per hour) in the business sector grew at a robust 3.4% annual rate in the 1st quarter and real hourly compensation grew at an annual 3.6% rate.

• The trade deficit fell in March to $62 billion, the narrowest in 8 months.

• Yet somehow, Bush still sucks.

Superfrankenstein said...

Elvis Costello medley:
Beyond Belief
Black And White World
Imagination Is A Powerful Deceiver
King Of Thieves
Lip Service
Man Out Of Time
Poor Napoleon

Elvis Costello albums:
Armed Forces
King Of America
Out Of Our Idiot
Taking Liberties

Anonymous said...

Spysmasher, if good economic news is your sole criteria for a President not sucking, I trust you were equally supportive of President Clinton.

spysmasher said...

Well, I was supportive of the Republican House and Senate that dominated most of Clinton's tenure. Can you name one thing Clinton did to improve the economy? The best you could say is that at least he didn't interfere -- but he also took no action. It was the GOP that produced the great economy and (supposedly) balanced budget. The GOP was voted in after public revulsion at Clinton's first few years in office. I apologize in advance for responding with facts, not smears.

Anonymous said...

So the public was revulsed by Clinton after two years, but then overwhelmingly returned him to office two years later?

Begin right wing talking point spin ...now.

spysmasher said...

Only a liberal would argue this point. YES, the public was revulsed by Clinton's early years. Result: A Republican majority in both the House and Senate. That happened. That is a FACT.

And yes, given the choice between the hapless Bob Dole and Clinton, Clinton WAS re-elected -- but HARDLY overwhelmingly. Clinton failed to win a majority of votes in either of his presidential elections. (He won with pluralities.)

And the House and Senate have remained Republican to this day.

Blind Robin said...

And the House and Senate have remained Republican to this day.


bubba g. russo said...

I Can't Tell You Why
Evil Empire
Every Breath You Take
Speak English Or Die
Helter Skelter
Say You Love Me or Say Goodnight
I'm Looking Through You
Political Science (Let's Drop the Big One and See What Happens)
Burning For You

bubba g. russo said...

Hey, Sty Splasher!
Guess you don't know any real songs....just the same tired, old, worn out, predictable, hackneyed, cliche tune....
You bore me.

bubba g. russo said...

I forgot a couple more:

American Idiot-Green Day
Casey Jones-Grateful Dead
God's Monkey- David Sylvian
Out Of Control-U2
Can't Explain- The Who
Blinded By the Light- Springsteen
No More Mr. Nice Guy- Alice Cooper
Rockin' in the Free World/Lookin' for a Leader- Neil Young