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Discussion in 'Et Cetera, Et Cetera' started by MASSIVEPKGO_CHUCK, Feb 14, 2006.
Well, who who has some particularly least favorite songs?
"Chapel of love"? "Endless Love", "Love is a many splendored thing"?, Love love love, "All you need is love"?
No matter the day, all love song by Elton John should be banned from the radio. Especially "Daniel", "Your Song" and "Freaks in Love"
That goes double on Valentine's Day.
Anything that plays when I compress any part of a stuffed animal.
Anything by Celine Dion. But I think that doesn't just apply to Valentines Day.
*vomits on keyboard*
We'll just shorten it... Anyone who regularly performs at that infamous theatre at Ceaser's Palace
I definitely know that Meatloaf's "I'd do anything for love, but I won't do that" is one that will never be played if you wanna avoid songs that are aggravating.
Anything at all to do with love or romance as my bf isn't romantic at all and it makes me want to kill something
Let's add to the off-limits list anything by Bryan Adams. Or song by anyone with the last name "Iglesias."
Steve, you read my mind again!!! Two of the worst songs of all-time: "To all the girls I've loved before" - Julio/Willie Nelson; "All for Love" - Bryan Adams, Sting & Rod Stewart. :dead1:
Naughty - I am a true blue V-Day hater, single or coupled, but "Endless Love" (when sung by Luther and Mariah) touches that teeny-tiny, needle-in-a-haystack soft spot in my heart. :redface:
The song is forgiven if it is sung by LUTHER! LOL!
This list reminds me of a song, but not one that I wouldn't want to hear.
"Anything but Love" by the Squirrel Nut Zippers
Anything by Barry Manilow. Gack.
Favorite Valentines type song - "Superstar" by The Carpenters. I know, its sappy too, but I love this tune.
Yay! One of my all-time favorite bands. I am biased, however, b/c I'm friends with one of the band members.
For those of us who thought they had an eternal relationship and broke up, I'm positive that "Endless Love", no matter how beautiful it is will more than likely be included here.
"Against All Odds", by Phil Collins
OK, big embarrassing admission time here. (What my bud and I call a "full disclosure" moment.) I purchased that first English-language Enrique Iglesias album. Yes, it's true. :redface: Moreover, there are definite guilty-pleasure moment to be had there. I really enjoyed those mid-tempo latin dance things like "Rhythm Divine." Still do. :wink:
As for that unspeakably awful song you mentioned but which I can't bring myself to name because it might conjure the abyssmal tune in my head, I have to say that, in my book, it was the single biggest sin Sting has ever committed. (I'm generally a big fan, especially of his odd time sig and fusion-type stuff.)