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What song or tune is stuck in your head today?

Discussion in 'Entertainment, Culture, and Sports' started by Don Carlos, Mar 24, 2011.

  1. ConcernedParent

    ConcernedParent Well-Known Member

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    Usher - Burn

    Oh Middle School....
     
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    britney spears- till the world ends for pop crap its a pretty good song.

    I like britney and can tolerate her more than Gaga, for the simple fact that Britney makes some catchy tunes and looks good and that's the end of it. With gaga you have all the weirdness and the fact shes such an attention wh0re for basically making the same catchy pop tunes just like britney.
     
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    I'm not hearing a song in my head today ... the government microchip must not be working.
     
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    I'm not hearing a song in my head today ... the government microchip must not be working.

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    heard this in an episode of madmen been in my head since

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  5. in stitches

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    will prob play this one 5 times on you tube by days end

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    They must have fixed the chip ... the one pop tune I like is playing today: Long Cool Woman in a Black Dress.
     
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    They must have fixed the chip ... the one pop tune I like is playing today: Long Cool Woman in a Black Dress.

    friggin great song. the hollies right? very mullet.
     
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    friggin great song. the hollies right? very mullet.
    Yep. Their best work.
     
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    Have been listening to a lot of revolutionary songs lately from the 60's and 70's China. Mao was definitely a God like figure back then.
     
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    Since lunch it's become Mary Chapin Carpenter's Sometimes Your the Windshield, Sometimes Your the Bug.
     
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    ive drifted into some steely dan, hatian divorce.
     
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    Dean Martin- "Little Ole Wine Drinker, Me"
     
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    Once again it's Litanies by Jehan ALAIN.
     
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    right now playing at work and most likely will end up stuck in my head. not good.

    bruno mars lazy song
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    I read the New Yorker article on Raj Rajaratnam today. As a result I know have Dirty Deeds Done Dirt Cheap by AC/DC in my head.
     
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    If I Die Young - The Band Perry
     
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    "Friend of the Devil" cover by Counting Crows as performed on Howard Stern a few years back
     
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    The Good Life - Weezer
     
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    rolling stones brown sugar
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