Top 10 Songs to Play When Old People Say "Back in My Days, Music and Lyrics Were Better"Metal_Treasure Probably most of you have heard it in your real life - "back in my days, music and lyrics were better" (*sigh*).
If you haven't heard it in your real life, you probably have read it on this site or somewhere else (if you have read enough comments).
OK, let's hear some "masterpieces" released before 1980.
The Top Ten
Back in my day, I didn't have a day because I'm only 14 years old and technically still in my childhood. - NikBrusk
This is outsider music. - djpenquin999
Best song ever! Oh, sorry, 1st of april will be only 5 days later... - somekindofaguy
Imagine the drums of a song from the 60s that you like. Then get the guitar from another song from that time. Do it again for vocals, and you can see what this song sounds like.
Fine intro to outsider music.
EDIT: Remember, it's not in sync. - djpenquin999
Most brutal song ever written - somekindofaguy
1956. Lyrics put all rappers and death metal bands to shame. Modern musicians don't know 4 different ways of cutting heads - 2 max. I have no space for the entire song but he carves the whole alphabet:
"I'm gonna cut your head four different ways;
That's long, short, deep and wide.
When I get a rhythm of this rusty black handle razor;
you're gonna be booked out for an ambulance ride;
Cause I'm gonna cut A, B, C, D on top of your head;
That's gonna be treating you nice like mama you ain't gonna be dead.
I'm gonna cut E, F, G right across your face;
H, I, J, K, that's where runnin' bound to take place;
Cut L, M, N cross both your arms;
You'll sell an' peddle gal your whole life long;
Cut N, O, P, Q that's gonna be trouble too;
Cause I'm gonna grab you mama and turn you every way but loose;
Cut R, S, T to hear you cry" - Metal_Treasure
Haha, the lyrics I submitted are so explicit that it will take time to be reviewed. In the meantime just play the song sample. I am blushing... "I got somethin' between my legs that'll make a dead-man come". - Metal_Treasure
Ahh, I see... there are too many birds surrounding her... but I still can hear that she isn't one of the songbirds. - Metal_Treasure
A song with violent, sexually explicit and gay lyrics (1950).
"Ever since Peter flew into town;
He's been havin' a ball;
Just cuttin' and choppin' for miles around;
Single women, married women, old maids and all.
…The police put Pete in jail;
Yes, he finally met his faith;
But when they came to pay his bail;
They found him choppin' up his cellmate." - Metal_Treasure
1965. Haha, is this a song or a radio play? It's more like voice acting than singing (plus some special effects). I am sure you don't wanna miss this song - it's routinely considered one of the worst records of all time. - Metal_Treasure
A disco song released in 1979. Annoying because it's silly. - Metal_Treasure
Terrible its trash
@somekindofaguy - haha, I know exactly what you mean. I am pretty sure that the "visitor", commonly known on this site as "the troll", likes many songs on this list (he's 60+ years old). This explains why he called Sacred Worlds by Blind Guardian... "gawd-awful monotony". What?!? Sacred Worlds monotonous? This "visitor" needs hearing aid asap. And yeah, he hates metal the most but also Queen, Freddie, rap, pop and many more. - Metal_Treasure
And mostly people who like this say "metal isn't music"... - somekindofaguy
Blues is probably my favourite genre, yet I think metal is still music. - BrianScott01
Monotonous?! Gawd-awful?! You may be confusing it for laidback and chilled ;). Personally, as a *ahem* "more mature" woman, I rather love it. - Britgirl
PS. The song sample is NOT the version of the song I am talking about. I mean the original version of 1948.
On youtube it is available as: John Lee Hooker Boogie Chillen original 1948 version (uploaded by SonoranDub). - Metal_Treasure
"Tell me you been gone all day, that you may make whoopee all night;
I'm gonna take my razor and cut your late hours;
You wouldn't think I'd be servin' you right.
I said, Undertaker been here and gone, I gave him your height and size;
You be making' whoopee with the Devil in Hell tomorrow night.
Baby, you done made me love you, now I got me for your slave;
From now you'll be making' whoopee, deep in your lonesome grave." - Metal_Treasure
Another novelty favorite of Dr. Demento, and a Christmas song to boot.
This is really interesting - oral sex and Kinder chocolate, LOL - Metal_Treasure
This song is about oral sex. Back in 1968 they had to disguise it, but most every teenager knew.
With that knowledge, it's kind of weird this song is used in a German commercial for Kinder chocolate. - Martin_Canine
1968. It was number 5 in the UK, number 4 on the U.S Billboard pop singles chart, and was popular in Canada, too. - Metal_Treasure
Yes, Martin, this sounds very bad to me, too... - Metal_Treasure
I actually like this album and song. It's so crazy and weird, but still groovy. But this song is always good for what the f moments^^ - Martin_Canine
It's not that the lyrics are bad... but they are foreshadowing horrorcore and gangsta rap. - Martin_Canine
"Now I could see blood runnin';
Through the streets;
Could be everyone;
Layin' dead right right at my feet. Give me gunpowder;
Give me dynamite;
Yes I'd wreck the city;
Wanna blow it up tonight.
I took my big Winchester;
Down off the shelf;
When I get through shootin';
There won't be nobody left. - Metal_Treasure
The song title can also be written as Slap Her Down Again Paw, but anyway, this song is the worst 40s song I've ever heard. The title can already completely explain what the song is about. - Element119
A mid-70s song. - Metal_Treasure
This song is just terrible. Just look it up and listen to it. - Element119
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