Top Ten Best Songs Which Have a Double-Negative TitleBritgirl
The Top Ten
Love this song, sad though - OnionLists
I won't ask you no questions, and I will not not take no for an answer (think I just confused my own self:).
You can not ask no questions that the reply ain't "no" to. :). - Britgirl
She got one big tooth, one good eye, and fangs tattooed upon each thigh. She's a keeper! :).
Maybe. But it'll still have t'wait 'til after this here ball game. Damn Yankees! :).
Yes I Have. I Voted. - AlphaQ
Ha! I know...I heard this, loved it and then I found out they're from Scotland...and now I say I love them through gritted teeth :). - Britgirl
Recommended Song :) Scottish Blues-Rock band. They're really rather good! - Britgirl
Not bad at all. Could give you a list of folks they borrowed from, but that's okay, that's how it's done - ain't nothing new under the sun;). Music is like cooking. The ingredients have always been around, but the recipes are personal.
Should have just called this list: Songs With Bad-Grammar Titles. - Britgirl
Items 13 and 15 are not double negatives, as the negatives do not cancel each other to produce an opposite (positive) meaning. Capice? F'rinstance, if you dropped the first negative in this item, it would literally mean "Come around here no more." If you dropped the second, it would say "Don't come around here more." While not necessarily identical (owing to one's interpretation of "no more"), certainly not opposites.
And for those Bud Bundy-types who are less than discriminating, there's vinyl.
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2. Don't Ask Me No Questions - Lynyrd Skynyrd
3. (I Can't Get No) Satisfaction - The Rolling Stones