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Mandy - Barry Manilow

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I haven't read through all these yet, so these might have already been mentioned, but "Angel of the Morning" has always been an annoying song that somehow manages to be sappy and pathetic at the same time. Not judging anybody, just don't even like anything about the way it sounds, to be honest.

 

Also, a few years ago my husband requested that I make him a doo wop mix CD, with songs I picked out with his approval before adding to the list. (He doesn't do Spotify.) He loves that CD and plays it over and over, which I'm glad, but every time it gets to "Silouettes" by the Rays, I start thinking crazy thoughts like, "What? Is this dude stalking his girlfriend, walking by her house late at night? And then he thinks he sees her with somebody else, so he's about to go bust her front door down? And then when it turns out he was just on the wrong block, he goes directly to her actual house and then TELLS HER that he almost went violent on the wrong house ... is this like a thinly veiled threat?"  Let's please retire that one, whoever is in charge of universal playlists!! (Or else just use it in the sound track to a horror flick!)

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Songs that have been rewritten to be used in a commercial, e.g. Pilot's "Magic"--> "Ozempic"

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I wouldn't retire any music. Every song, every type has different meaning to different people.

Who are we to judge!

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My Humps (Black Eyed Peas) and any other songs featuring "lady lumps," "junk in the trunk" or "coco puff"

 

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Let me see. Oh yeah, Last Kiss. Pearl Jam version makes me want to throw up in my mouth. 

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Me and Mrs Jones (Billy Paul) and Run to You (Bryan Adams)--just a personal reaction, but songs that celebrate infidelity creep me out

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Alone Again Naturally by Gilbert O'Sullivan

 

It's message is SO negative!

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Lonely Boy by Andrew Gold...seriously???!

A first-born son feels displaced by a baby sister and causes him to spiral out of control!

Pllllleeeassse!

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"You're Having My Baby"

 

(worst reason for having kids:  "what a lovely way of saying what you're thinking of me")

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