Top Ten Songs by the Wiggles With Potential Hardcore MeaningsEveryone knows the wiggles are the most metal band on earth, but what songs are the most brutal?
The big red car is actually a song about friends running people down in the streets. The blood on the car is what makes it big and red. When they say "Jeff is in the back seat," they mean his mangled remains have been catapulted into the back by the force of the car's impact.
This list made me laugh. It honestly needs much more recognition.
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The song is actually based heavily on homophobic genocide. The "fruits" are actually gays that they are cutting up to use in their cultist rituals. Chilling.
In this song about the Ferguson shooting, The Wiggles use racial stereotypes to denounce African Americans.
It literally came out twenty years before the Ferguson shooting.
The Wiggles wrote this song at the time they were experimenting with LSD. During an interview with Kochie on Sunrise, Anthony Wiggle recalled, "We were having lunch one day during the Stardust Festival, and I had this strange vision of hot potatoes bouncing off each other in mid-air. It then started raining cold spaghetti. It was pretty freaky. I don't remember much more from that point on." Kochie remarked, "Well, that explains your crazy dance moves."
A very hardcore Wiggles song about tossing orphans from foster parent to foster parent, ruining their lives. The hot potato is the damaged child, being bounced from home to home.
Give me that mashed banana actually means give me sex.
Winning the Oscar for Best Original Song in 2069, this song is about Dorothy the Dinosaur's fall into her crippling fruit salad addiction.
The Wiggles celebrate cultist indoctrination with this satanically inspired tune.
In this song, recorded live in an execution chamber, The Wiggles sing about the glories of the electric chair.
This song tells the story of a girl named Polly who came from a broken home. The dolly is one given to her in court to show where her father touched her. Truly bone-chilling.
I don't know why, but the title of the song makes me think Miss Polly may have done some very unusual things to her dolly.
This song was recorded live in a dungeon where Murray was being beaten and tortured for messing up a solo during a rehearsal. The song was later used as evidence in court to put band founder Greg in prison.
Druggy Background, Random Raves, Everyone Having Seizures. I could go on for a while.