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    None of Your Business, Salt n Pepa

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    Summertime-New Kids on the Block (their new single)

    Life's no good without a good scare

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    Mobscene...Marylin Manson

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    Quote Originally Posted by MorbidMolly View Post
    Mandy..........Barry Manilow .......well, a lot a of things by Barry Manilow, if you must know......
    I know a lot of people who have Barry as a guilty pleasure.

    I kissed a girl. If my family heard me singing that song they'd be very shocked that the song exist let alone that I know the words and sing it.

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    Anything by Neil Diamond.
    John Denver is one of my secret likes.
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    ONE by Metallica
    Thunderstruck AC/DC

    Oh and I love me some Billy Squier!!!

    I am a closet heavy metal head banger. Most who know me think I am strictly a country music gal.
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    I have such eclectic and diversified tastes, that I don't think I could shock anyone with the songs I run around singing !! ( although the Flying Lizards version of Money gets me a few stares !!) lol


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    John Denver, Scott Joplin, Eminem, Miley Cyrus (Ok that was little off the charts but my 3year old sings along to her in the car and once you hear that song like 793.000 times it kinda wears on ya. Infact I will catch myself driving without her in the car and miley comes on and I am singing right along blasting that funking hip tune)

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    I know every word to They Might Be Giants album Here Come the 123's, but that's my son's fault.

    I also love Abba, Barry and Neil...and still rock my Shawn Cassidy albums on occasion.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Armcast View Post

    I find myself singing "Never Gonna Give You Up" by Rick Astley and even dancing around to it when no one's home.

    When this song came out my 2 best friends and I LOVED it, and when we saw the video e about SHIT our pants to see he was a pasty white red headed dude. Not what we were expecting at all! Thanks for the memories! It still takes me back of us girls going to the Brass Plum in Nordstrom trying on Esprit sweatshirts, and that song was cranking.

    Gone are those days.
    There aint' no future living in the past!

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    Afro Man, "Because I Got High"

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    This is cool. Thanks guys for being honest!!

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    N.W.A. "Fuck Da Police"

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    Quote Originally Posted by Noelle Page View Post
    Afro Man, "Because I Got High"

    Love that one too.
    I would also admit I have Barry Manilow's greatest hits

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    Mr Brownstone by Guns N Roses.

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    Gansta's Paradise by Coolio. I HATE rap but I liike this song for some reason.

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    I don't think there is really anything I listen to that would shock anyone who knows me... I do like that song...

    What What (In the Butt)

    I think that would get some funny looks... Hahahaaa!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ratgrrl View Post
    I don't think there is really anything I listen to that would shock anyone who knows me... I do like that song...

    What What (In the Butt)

    I think that would get some funny looks... Hahahaaa!
    ROFLMAO me too!

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    Just heard it yesterday. "The Stripper", by David Rose. It just makes you want to get up and take it off!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ratgrrl View Post
    I don't think there is really anything I listen to that would shock anyone who knows me... I do like that song...

    What What (In the Butt)

    I think that would get some funny looks... Hahahaaa!
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=l2vaS...eature=related
    Too funny!
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    Every song by 2 Live Crew.
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    I like this version better

    Samwell What what
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fbGkx...eature=related

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    I Think Were Alone Now (The Tiffany cover, as well as the Tommy James original).
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    Drop it like its hot! Snoop dogg!

    Holla!

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    Quote Originally Posted by ichabodius View Post
    HAHAHAAA!... I hadn't seen that one before!

    Quote Originally Posted by xenaswolf View Post
    I like this version better

    Samwell What what
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fbGkx...eature=related
    That's it... Hahaaaa!!
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    Where in the world is carmen sandiego....

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    Quote Originally Posted by ichabodius View Post
    I Think Were Alone Now (The Tiffany cover, as well as the Tommy James original).
    I always liked that song and the one by Debbie Gibson...
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    Marilyn Manson's The Beautiful People

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    Living Thing or Last Train to London.
    Both by ELO

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    Debbie Boone - You Light up My Life

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    Quote Originally Posted by kimba View Post
    Where in the world is carmen sandiego....
    OMG I loved that show! I almost forgot about it!!

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    The Future by Leonard Cohen

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    "Put the Lime in the Coconut" or "the Coconut Song," I can't remember now what it's called. By Nillson on Nillson Schmillson.

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    Love's Gonna Live Here by Buck Owens. Well anything by Buck Owens.

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    Lord I lift your name on High, and I can only imagine. Oh and some song called Good morning Starshine.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Morty View Post
    None of Your Business, Salt n Pepa
    Hey don't blush...I LOVE that song! lol I always get a lot of weird looks when it rotates around on the iPod in the car....love Salt n Pepa....the "original" spice girls!

    Oh, I almost forgot...anything by John Denver....I'll sing my little tune-less heart out when he comes on. lol
    Last edited by Bayou Voodoo; 07-27-2008 at 10:04 AM. Reason: I'm old and forgetful...

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    Quote Originally Posted by laynestaleyfan View Post
    Lord I lift your name on High, and I can only imagine. Oh and some song called Good morning Starshine.
    I have Mercy Me's CD, love that song! I also love "Shout to the Lord" By Darlene Zschech, and Casting Crowns has some beautiful beautiful songs.
    There aint' no future living in the past!

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    I have a CD called Amazing Grace a Country Salute to Gospel. It's really good especailly Martina McBride singing How Great Thou Art.

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    "Do Ya Think I'm Sexy" by Rod Stewart. Love it!

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    Quote Originally Posted by smellslikealmonds View Post
    I have a CD called Amazing Grace a Country Salute to Gospel. It's really good especailly Martina McBride singing How Great Thou Art.
    The ONLY album I like of hers is "Timeless". All cover songs of old country - great stuff!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Aries65 View Post
    The ONLY album I like of hers is "Timeless". All cover songs of old country - great stuff!
    That is an awesome album.

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    Quote Originally Posted by harlequin_clown View Post
    I have Mercy Me's CD, love that song! I also love "Shout to the Lord" By Darlene Zschech, and Casting Crowns has some beautiful beautiful songs.
    I like that Shout to the Lord too! I seriously want to get those cds advertised with those songs.

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    At work there's a video that plays constantly on the overhead television sets...It changes every 2 weeks (on payday, no less...lol) but right now it has a montage of baseball movie scenes with that song "Centerfield" on it.

    And yes...I do walk around the store doing my thang during my shift and sing along...

    "Put me in cooooach! I'm ready to play!"
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    I know what you mean. I get the Bacardi Mojito commercial dance and song stuck in my head.

    www.metacafe.com/watch/573436/bacardi_mojito/

    please say that i'm not the only one

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    "I Touch Myself" by the Divynals. I swore to a friend if I ever tried out for American Idol it would be my try-out song! Oh and Meredith Brook's "Bitch" is awesome too!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Pryncis View Post
    "I Touch Myself" by the Divynals. I swore to a friend if I ever tried out for American Idol it would be my try-out song! Oh and Meredith Brook's "Bitch" is awesome too!
    "Bitch" is a good one to crank up when you are feeling all badass and sing along with

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    Starland Vocal band , Afternoon Delight

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    I have to be honest with everyone. Although some people may know where my signature came from, sometimes I feel a bit embarrassed when I listen to them.

    Sometimes, I listen to Josh Groban...but even that could be a mystery...
    Probably not...

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