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Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by Kiki, Jan 13, 2007.
It's A Spongebob Christmas Album - Santa Won't Let You Down"
''Life on Mars?'' by the Legendary David Bowie
Boo Ray's voice reminds me of Kid Rock:
One of Frank Zappa's greatest hits, and one of his "cleaner" songs. Today marks 23 years since his untimely passing at the age of 53. RIP Mr. Zappa.
OMFG - Hello
I love this song and have been listening to this song a lot lately. I believe that it has a spiritual theme and that they are singing from God's perspective because of the verse:
I hear the tender words from Zion,
I hear Noah's waterfall,
Hear the gentle lamb of Judah,
Sleeping at the feet of Buddha,
And the prophets from Elijah,
To the old Payute Lavatka,
Take their places at the table when they're called,"
This is my new favorite Simpsons song (from one of my favorite episodes):
I also love this song (and animation);it kind of makes me tear up when I watch it:
If you can dodge a wrench, you can dodge a ball!
I can't hear the title without thinking of this character:
John Mellencamp did a great job singing this song. The weird part is:I didn't realize they were singing about the Bible until a few years ago (even though they make it extremely obvious). But when I finally sat down and listened to the words of the song, I finally understood it.
This song reminds me one of my friends. Her name is Amber, she is quite shy and quite and she doesn't sing, but it just reminds me of her voice for some reason:
This heartwarming song about what it's like to meet Jesus. It is one of my Dad's favorite country songs and I agree with him:
How is this song still a meme 17 years later?
Shrek is love, Shrek is life!
Jeremy smoking grass today (or so I misheard in the lyrics):
The Thanksgiving episode of the Cleveland Show made me want to look up this song:
Love Makes The World Go Round from the PPG episode Mime for a Change. Oh wow! The nostalgia brings back my childhood and I miss the classic PPG. Yes, gotta love rock n roll music from a children's cartoon.
There have been a few times when Family Guy has brought back childhood memories but the episode with this song literally gave me flashbacks. As soon as I heard this song on Family Guy, I began to cry tears of nostalgia:
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