Music for men with large penises: A compilation in P Major

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  1. jeff black

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    Alright everyone,

    In an attempt for me to become more cultured and musically versed, I want people to post songs that they really enjoy. They can be ANY genre of music, and my only condition is that they have to be the BEST songs in the participants personal opinion.

    Best of luck,
    Jeff
    Thanks for the great title Alex8 and Pecker!!:biggrin1:
     
  2. Pecker

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    Henry Purcell's Concerto for Clitoris and Tongue
    Pachelbel's Canon, Opus 9"x6"
    J. S. Bach's Air on a G Spot
    Elgar's Variation IX, "The Rod," from Smegma Variations

    j/k jeff - I know you're being serious.

    Summertime - From Porgy & Bess - Leontyne Price
    Ave Maria - Franz Schubert - Leontyne Price
    Yesterday - The Beatles
    Blackbird - The Beatles
    Starry, Starry Night - Don McLean
    American Pie - Don McLean
     
  3. 10.5andproudofit

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    davinci's notebook

    enormous penis

    Whenever life gets you down
    Keeps you wearing a frown
    And the gravy train has left you behind
    And when you're all out of hope
    Down at the end of your rope
    And nobody's there to throw you a line

    If you ever get so low that you don't know which way to go
    Come on and take a walk in my shoes
    Never worry bout a thing
    Got the world on a string
    Cus I've got the cure for all of my blues (all of his blues)

    I take a look at my enormous penis
    And my troubles start a-meltin' away
    I take a look at my enormous penis
    And the happy times are coming to stay

    I got a sing and a dance when I glance in my pants
    And the feeling's like a sunshiney day
    I take a look at my enormous pe-e-e-nis
    And everything is goin' my way

    (whistling)

    (ad lib solo)

    PE-E-NIS

    (end ad lib solo)

    Everybody
    I take a look at my enormous penis
    And my troubles start a-meltin' away
    I take a look at my enormous penis
    And the happy times are coming to stay

    I got great big amounts in the place where it counts
    And the feeling's like a sunshiney day
    I take a look at my enormous penis
    And everything is goin' my way (my trouser monster)
    Everything is going' my way (my meat is murder)
    Everything is goin' my way (size doesn't matter)
    Everything is goin' my waaaaaay
    yummmm

    not the greatest song, but it's hilarious.
     
  4. jakeatolla

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    Gee where to start ,again.

    The Doors - the Hyacinth House
    Jimi hendrix - Third Stone From the Sun
    Handle's Messiah
    Bethoven's 9th symphany (Ode To Joy )
    Johnny Cash - walk the line, Hurt
    MotorHead - Ace of Spades
    Ramstien - Der Meister
    Jerry Lee Lewis - Great Balls of Fire ( lol)

    I could go on but.....
     
  5. D_Herin_Ghan

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    Hardcore, Screamo

    It Dies Today
    Still Remains
    UnderOath
    Alexisonfire
    The Acacia Strain
    Fear Before the March of Flames
    A Static Lullaby
    Comeback Kid
    Atreyu
    Norma Jean
    The Chariot

    many more bands to name.
     
  6. circumstances

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    this month it's been

    Muse - Hysteria

    Death Cab For Cutie - Soul and Body

    lots of The Killers

    Kate Bush - This Woman's Work

    Rush - Cygnus X-1 Book 2 (Hemispheres)

    The Mars Volta - L'via L'viaquez

    Led Zeppelin - Achilles Last Stand (all of Presence, really)
     
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    To make is short I would recommend listening to compilations of:

    Debussy, Ravel, Poulenc,Faure, Satie,Rimsky-Korsakov,Rachmaninoff, Mozart, Chopin,Beethoven,Brahms, Grieg.That should have you listening for a while.

    Naughty
     
  8. D_alex8

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    You know I'm an eclectic little bunny, Jeff :rolleyes:

    I'll shorthand my love of classical and contemporary Arab music into --- anything by Mrad Wajdi:
    http://www.maqam.com/cgi-bin/cdtest.cgi?category1=MradWajdi

    Otherwise:

    Millie Jackson's soul epic Caught Up:
    http://www.mp3.com/albums/8260/reviews.html

    Jeff Buckley's emotionally-charged vocals-centred album Grace:
    http://www.jeffbuckley.com/album.asp?SecID=2

    North London rapper Just Jack's debut album The Outer Marker:
    http://music.download.com/justjack/3600-8522_32-100359106.html

    ...and British-born chanteuse Jane Birkin's unique fusion of French and North African rhythms, Arabesque:
    http://www.bbc.co.uk/bbcfour/music/features/jane-birkin.shtml

    Tsk, what a links-whore I am. :cool:
     
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    I rarely do this, but ditto. This is an amazing list.
     
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    love your musical taste, MZ.
     
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    for clarification, i meant the song - but it equally applies to the box set too :biggrin1:
     
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    I can't believe noone got the obvious:
    Nine Inch Nails - Big man wit a gun.
     
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    Circumstances, I've loved Kate Bush for years, but my partner can't stand her voice, so I have to listen to those CDs when he's not home.

    I grew up listening to rock and big band music, was classically trained, and even since then have expanded my musical horizons, so I don't know if I could even start a list of favorites.

    Our CD collection was getting out of hand, so we decided to get a "jukebox" player. I tried to convince him to go for the 400 disc model, but he insisted on getting the 300. I filled it up before getting them all off the shelf, so we went back and bought another one, the 400 this time. It's full, too, and we still have leftovers. I estimate our collection has around 850 discs (give or take a few), and is still growing.
     
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    I'm probably the only person in the world who feels this way (seems like everyone else gives the nod to Billie Holiday), but I think Nina Simone's interpretation of Strange Fruit is the most hauntingly moving song I've ever heard.
     
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    I was only after becoming an adult and enduring heartbreak that I heard an old Sinatra song, "In the Wee Small Hours of the Morning." Everything after that vies for number 2 in the heirarchy.
     
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