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32 Worst Lyrics Of All Time


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"I'll be there for you, these five words I swear to you

When you breathe, I wanna be the air for you

I'll be there for you

I'd live and I'd die for you

I'd steal the sun from the sky for you

Words can't say what love can do

I'll be there for you "

To paraphrase the Ramones, "Mr. Programmer, I got my hammer, I wanna smash my (smash my ) Radio!"

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Green Bird - Yoko Kanno (this is a translation)

Spring has come

Worms are showing their faces

Little birds are eating them.

Spring has come

Children are going to school

Farm dogs are giving birth to puppies.

Spring has come

Women are looking in mirrors

Egg pies are baking.

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"Oh, I've been to Niece and the Isle of Greece

while I've sipped champagne on a yacht

I've moved like Harlow in Monte Carlo

and showed 'em what I've got

I've been undressed by kings and I've seen some things

that a woman ain't supposed to see

I've been to paradise, but I've never been to me."

Well bless your heart, I sure hope you can indulge yourself someday.

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May day, every day, my day

Could've had a heart attack, my heart

We don't know anything, my heart

We all want something fair, my heart

Hey

Hey

Hey Hey Hey

Out of town, out of fire, is my heart

Queen of lies, today, my heart

One more at the phone, my heart

One more at the door at my heart

Hey

Hey

Hey

Mean heart, cold heart, cold heart, cold heart

Cold heart, cold heart, cold heart, cold heart

Uh

(One of many interpretations)

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Much as Annie Lennox doubtless has many admirable qualities, I really can't hear this without wincing for humanity...

"I walk into an empty room, and suddenly my heart goes "boom!"

(from The Eurhythmics' "There Must Be An Angel")

It grates on so many levels: maybe I tend to over-analyse things, but, y'know, "Boom!" is an onomatopaeic word, it doesn't work stretched out to 8 syllables over a couple of octaves. As if it wasn't bad enough that these lines sound like the poetry of a 7 year old....

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