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Old 09-25-2009, 07:27 PM   #1
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I've always loved this song......Just lately though, it is the only song in my head. RIP Warren. You were genius.



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Old 09-25-2009, 07:28 PM   #2
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It's ok. I don't think I have quite the hardon for it that you do, but I enjoy listening to it every once in a while (the song, not your hardon).

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This song is in my head a lot:

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This thread is funny. I was thinking of starting one titled "Songs I have no idea how they ever became a hit". This idea came to me after hearing Kim Carnes "She has Bette Davis Eyes" on the radio the other day.

That song is ok. I heard Procal Harem's Whiter Shade of Pale the other day on the way home from work (same time I heard the above). Love that song. Great lyrics, vocals, bass and organ.

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Dude I actually heard an Adam Sandler cover of that Warren Zevon song. He tore it up!! Really good song though, and it's funny that you posted this as that song just got finished playing on the station here at work.

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Great song LGI! I hate whomever that asswhacker was who made that lame country song remix crap with the same melody. Made me want to hit something every time I heard it.

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This song is in my head a lot:

Ah yes! The Pogues! Of course, Fairy Tale of New York is my other best song ever, and the ONLY Christmas song in the house of Gnomes.
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Great song LGI! I hate whomever that asswhacker was who made that lame country song remix crap with the same melody. Made me want to hit something every time I heard it.
LOL!!! No doubt man, that s*** is awful!
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Ah yes! The Pogues! Of course, Fairy Tale of New York is my other best song ever, and the ONLY Christmas song in the house of Gnomes.
lol I prefer F*ck Christmas by FEAR.
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