Ten Songs You Never Want To Get Caught Singing Out Loud
Some songs are catchy as hell, yet if you're one of those people who sometimes unconsciously sings out loud to yourself in public, there are some you'll want to avoid. Here are a few tunes which, when sung aloud, may inspire anything from fearful glances to vicious beatings.
1. The Vandals, "Viking Suit"
Subject: Friendly neighborhood photographer prefers subjects which society considers inappropriate.
He likes to take the little boys Walking home from school In his neighborhood Take them to his studio And dress them up in Viking suits Come here little boy!
2. The Misfits, "Last Caress"
Subject: Speaks for itself.
I've got something to say I killed your baby today And it doesn't matter much to me As long as it's dead
I've got something to say I raped your mother today And it doesn't matter much to me As long as she spread
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3. Ween, "Flies On My Dick"
Subject: It's kind of hard to tell.
Oh sweet mindfuck lady Please love me like you do Plagued by an image of days long gone Flies on my dick
4. The Weather Girls, "It's Raining Men"
Subject: The Lord works in mysterious ways. (Note: if you're a straight woman or a gay man, you shouldn't have any problems singing this in public, and we're fine with that. Everyone else will want to think twice.)
It's raining men! Hallelujah, it's raining men! Amen! I'm gonna go out to run and let myself get Absolutely soaking wet!
Of course, if you're a straight man and you absolutely must sing it, you can sing the gender/sexuality-neutral version offered by comedian Patrice O' Neal.Next Page
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