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Old 04-22-2017, 11:54 AM   #431 (permalink)
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I despise this song with the fire of a thousand suns:



This infernal song was EVERYWHERE between 2004-2007. (commercials, too)

It's tied with several Sheryl Crow songs in terms of the visceral reaction it evokes in me. (And I have a very high threshold for early 2000s pop.) It's the kind of music that was played in the Christian therapist waiting room offices my mother dragged me to as a teenager.
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Old 04-22-2017, 12:00 PM   #432 (permalink)
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I despise this song with the fire of a thousand suns:



This infernal song was EVERYWHERE between 2004-2007. (commercials, too)

It's tied with several Sheryl Crow songs in terms of the visceral reaction it evokes in me. (And I have a very high threshold for early 2000s pop.) It's the kind of music that was played in the Christian therapist waiting room offices my mother dragged me to as a teenager.

I'd say that unless you're Shania Twain then you can **** right off with that dull, lily white, adult contemporary pop schlock, but that chorus tho.
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Old 04-22-2017, 03:53 PM   #433 (permalink)
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If you told me that was an NSYNC cover I would believe it. So of course I dig it. I also lol'd at the video when the kid jumped off a bridge and almost got run over by a tanker truck while trying to get to a Bon Jovi show.
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Old 04-22-2017, 08:27 PM   #434 (permalink)
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I despise this song with the fire of a thousand suns:



This infernal song was EVERYWHERE between 2004-2007. (commercials, too)

It's tied with several Sheryl Crow songs in terms of the visceral reaction it evokes in me. (And I have a very high threshold for early 2000s pop.) It's the kind of music that was played in the Christian therapist waiting room offices my mother dragged me to as a teenager.
I don't mind that song. It's probably not something I'd go out of my way to listen to but it's a fairly well constructed pop song with a nice build to a satisfying chorus.
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Old 04-22-2017, 09:10 PM   #435 (permalink)
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I despise this song with the fire of a thousand suns:



This infernal song was EVERYWHERE between 2004-2007. (commercials, too)

It's tied with several Sheryl Crow songs in terms of the visceral reaction it evokes in me. (And I have a very high threshold for early 2000s pop.) It's the kind of music that was played in the Christian therapist waiting room offices my mother dragged me to as a teenager.
I listened to that like 20 times in one day a few months back cause the TV was on MTV Classic and I was too busy doing other things to remember to change the channel and this song happens to be the theme song for "The Hills" too. It's pretty terrible, I agree.
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I despise this song with the fire of a thousand suns:



This infernal song was EVERYWHERE between 2004-2007. (commercials, too)

It's tied with several Sheryl Crow songs in terms of the visceral reaction it evokes in me. (And I have a very high threshold for early 2000s pop.) It's the kind of music that was played in the Christian therapist waiting room offices my mother dragged me to as a teenager.
I vividly remember getting my braces taken off at the orthodontist (I was in middle school), and hearing this song play.

Anyways, I completely understand why people dislike it, and I want to dislike it myself, but it has a super satisfying catchy chorus hahaha , had to listen to it when I saw this post.
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Old 04-22-2017, 11:45 PM   #437 (permalink)
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I despise this song with the fire of a thousand suns:



This infernal song was EVERYWHERE between 2004-2007. (commercials, too)

It's tied with several Sheryl Crow songs in terms of the visceral reaction it evokes in me. (And I have a very high threshold for early 2000s pop.) It's the kind of music that was played in the Christian therapist waiting room offices my mother dragged me to as a teenager.
You must not enjoy uplifting fun.

I used to have that song on one of my cheer me up type playlists. Always makes me feel better. Great song with an nice build up.
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Old 04-23-2017, 12:10 AM   #438 (permalink)
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You must not enjoy uplifting fun.

I used to have that song on one of my cheer me up type playlists. Always makes me feel better. Great song with an nice build up.
Ahhh man, seriously? It's catchy, but its more fun to mock than sincerely enjoy.
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Old 04-23-2017, 12:28 AM   #439 (permalink)
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Of course that godforsaken song would be so divisive! I understand that it has a catchy chorus and is overall an inoffensive pop song, but I still loathe it with every fiber of my being. So, I'll expect it to be playing repeatedly (a mildly distorted Kidz Bop version, of course) as I enter hell's waiting lobby someday.

DJcham: Nuh uh! I DO enjoy uplifting fun songs! Almost as much as I enjoy horrifically depressing songs, in fact. I'm picky about my milquetoast pop music.

Batlord: Exactly. Shania Twain and a few select others are allowed. I don't make the rules!

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Old 04-23-2017, 12:32 AM   #440 (permalink)
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are you actually THE mayor of spookytown? What do you think of Kendrick Lamars new album?
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