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Songs you hear over and over again by Ellerd on 29 May 2006 8:41am
 
I have heard the Hanson (remember them?) song "Oom bop" repeatedly over the past week. Frankly, it is beginning to drive me up the wall. What particularly irritating songs have you guys heard recently?
 
Re: Songs you hear over and over again by Marcelle_Rio_de_Janeiro on 29 May 2006 7:11pm
 
No irritating songs, but I do have this mania of listening the same song a hundred and one times. Usualy it happens with Pearl Jam or Live songs, also Def Leppard songs (love "when love and hate colide"), but last two weeks I'been listening "Baby boy" Beyonce (?) and "Whe belong together" (Mariah). U know just put them on "repeat" and forget the notion of time. Well, it's not irritating for me, but it's probably very irritating for my neighbors...lol
 
Re: Songs you hear over and over again by bandgeek512 on 29 May 2006 7:24pm
 
System of a Down...anything by that band. Drives me absolutely crazy.
 
Re: Songs you hear over and over again by Ahren on 29 May 2006 7:50pm
 
Ooh no! I like some of their stuff- my brother's a huge fan, so i have to really!!
 
Re: Songs you hear over and over again by Clare on 30 May 2006 9:45pm
 
A university flatmate of mine (thankfully for just a short time) used to have East 17's 'Stay' on repeat all the time. Now if I hear the song I run for cover and hide!!
 
Re: Songs you hear over and over again by Where are you now? on 31 May 2006 12:22am
 
I love the song *stay* brings back memories as i think most songs do for most people

I seem to be hearing James Blunt a lot thankfully as his You are beautiful is brilliant - as is his back to bedlam cd - got that and the Dvd of the back to bedlam sessions too = great voice - great lyrics - anyone know what he is like live in concert?

what is michaels fave or irritating music? any one know?
 
Re: Songs you hear over and over again by pandab on 31 May 2006 1:28am
 
I can no longer listen to Bette Midler's "The Rose". It used to be one my favorite songs, but per her wishes, we played it at my mother's funeral. Ever since, I can't stand listening to it. I've even been known to leave stores playing it over their PA until it's over.

Other than that, I don't have any songs that irritate me, though I do seem to have a problem with songs getting stuck in my head. It's not too bad as long as I can remember all the lyrics, but when I can't, it drives me insane!

There are some movies I refuse to watch. My mom was a big fan of the Streisand version of A STAR IS BORN and DIRTY DANCING. She would play them over and over and over and ... You get the idea. I blame that for my unreasonable dislike of anything with Streisand, Kristofferson or Patrick Swayze.

Pandab
 
Re: Songs you hear over and over again by Ellerd on 31 May 2006 9:38am
 
I'm not a great fan of James Blunt. Sounds to me that someone's kicked him in the nu... well, somewhere painful anyway. Sorry, WAYN.
 
Re: Songs you hear over and over again by Babsy on 31 May 2006 10:45am
 
I went on a 12 hour drive with two friends a long long time ago from my home town Duesseldorf to Lake Garda in Italy. We had one tape in the car, which was mine: one side was "True" by Spandau Ballet over and over and the other side was "Baby Jane" by Rod Steward over and over again. This was in the days before automatic roaming in radios and as soona s you lost a station, you had to physically search for another - so True and Baby Jane it was, all through the night. True was and is my favourite record of all time and Baby Jane evokes memories of that special trip...that very special trip....
 
Re: Songs you hear over and over again by the fugitive on 31 May 2006 10:57am
 
WAYN the fugitive has seen Mr Blunt in concert on a trip to a European city where he was playing. He concentrated on his music, with little chatter in between songs, but he did introduce each song and why it was written. He's not so well known where I come from, and just happened to get tickets - I bought his CD. I like his music, it's not the current trend of churning out songs for the sake of it. I do think that Mr Blunt would be better live at a smaller more intimate venue than the large stadium I saw him in. But having been to one of my heroes concerts 2 weeks before at a small venue, where my hero chatted away to the audience, did requests and shook hands with many including me and left us laughing at jokes and stories, maybe that was the difference - a young talent versus a golden oldie with an attitude that I look up to. Oh no, the fugitive is sounding a bit emotional - not the strong beast of a man that i am
 
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