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bignate150
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do any of u guys have those songs that u simply CANNOT stop listening to? the song doesn't have to be sad, it doesn't have to have a meaning behind the lyrics, you just simply can't stop listening to it.....come on, we've all got them. here's some of mine:

outkast-roses
papa roach-scars
kid rock-cowboy
genuwine-in those jeans

i have no idea why, but i just can't stop listening to these songs.....i NEVER get sick of them!! let me kno if u have any songs like this.

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lately the songs i've got on never-ending loop include:

"Ashes" Embrace
"Power's Out" Arcade Fire
"Banquet" Bloc Party
"In Our Lifetime" Texas

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Josh Groban. My Confession, Broken Vow, and Remember.

Oh yea. I can't get enough. That, and I am seduced by his voice each time I listen....


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"Let Go" by Frou Frou.

No idea why.


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bignate150
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this is what i'm talkin about....songs that u just can keep listening to and never get sick of, for no apparent reason.....here's a few more i forgot to list:

bubba sparxxx-deliverance
korn-word up
big & rich-save a horse (ride a cowboy)
gorillaz-feel good inc

keep replying.....and be sure to check out my web site!! and be sure to sign the guestbook!!!!! thanx!!

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This is what I have on loop:

Ben Folds - "Army" (the live version, for it is extremely rockin') and "Evaporated"
Rilo Kiley - "Hail To Whatever You Found In The Sunlight That Surrounds You" and "Capturing Moods"
The Weakerthans - "This Is A Fire Door, Never Leave Open"
Three Dead Trolls in a Baggie & Atomic Improv - "The War of 1812"


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fleetwood mac - "i'm so afraid"
coheed and cambria - "devil in jersey city"
tegan and sara - "walking with a ghost"
electric light orchestra - "mr blue sky"

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quote:
Originally posted by DarkChild717:
Josh Groban. My Confession, Broken Vow, and Remember.

Oh yea. I can't get enough. That, and I am seduced by his voice each time I listen....


Me too! Josh Groban never leaves my cd player.

I also like:
Rodeo- Garth Brooks
Baby Girl- Sugarland
American Baby- Dave Matthews
Lil Bit- 50 Cent
Vogue- Madonna
Late in the Evening- Paul Simon (but that one's just been stuck in my head a lot because of band)


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Lila
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Currently, the songs I listen to constantly are

NIN - "Only"
The Cure - "Lovesong"
Eels - "Novocaine for the Soul"
Damien Rice - "Volcano"
Mike Doughty - "Looking at the World from the Bottom of a Well"

A lot of what I listen to depends on my mood. I've been feeling kind of mushy and sentimental lately, so I tend to listen to music that goes along with that feeling.


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The two songs with "Mary" in the title are a total coincidence.

My Chemical Romance- "Helena"
Gorillaz- "Feel Good Inc."
Lady Bouncer- "Dirty Mary"
Pitbull- "Toma"
Chumbawamba- "Mary Mary"
System of a Down- "Question" and "BYOB"
Cher- "Gypsies Tramps and Thieves"

and yes I'll admit it "CRAZY FROG"!!!

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Godhead - Sinking
Placebo - Every Me Every You
Dion and the Bellmonts - Runaround Sue
DMX - X Gonna Give It To Ya
Alice Cooper - Bed of Nails
That's My List :-D

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i cant stop listnin 2
Xo & Get busy living or get busy dying both by Fallout Boy
My Doorbell by the White Stripes

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at the moment, all of Damien Rice's album "O" is on a loop on my ipod.

for about four days. lol


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Marilyn Manson - The Love Song, The Beautiful People, The Reflecting God, The Nobodies, The Fight Song, and Tainted Love.

I don't know why I'm so addicted to his voice...

And then there's Master of Puppets by Metallica. I've just always been in love with that song.


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I've just become hooked on Nickelback's new single, Photograph. It is a GREAT song and I have it on a constant loop on my iPod...I'm buying their new album on October 4th.
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Sugar, We're Going Down by Fallout Boy. It's been in my head for days, and driving me nutters! A good song, yes, but not for 72 consecutive hours.
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Right on with the System of a Down!

also:
African Skies - Brecker Brothers
Moanin' - Eldar
Speak No Evil, Infant Eyes, Witch Hunt, Dance Cadaverous - Wayne Shorter
Bridge Over Troubled Waters - Aretha Franklin

Yeah, I know I'm a music nerd...

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Oh jeeze, I love music
Youngstar: I'm Still a Balla
Deirks Bently: What was I Thinking
Garth Brooks: Friends in Low Places (Live Version)
Grateful Dead: China Cat Sunflower
Jimmy Hendrix: Purple Haze
The Offspring: Bad Habit
Crosby Nash and Stills: Four Dead in Ohio
Tu Pac: Thug Mansion/California Love

Yah, thats just about all the song that I listen to every single day about 4 times a day.

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Christian Death - Gloomy Sunday
Laundry - Canvas (Instrumental)
The Cure - Lullaby

whenever i burn a cd i normally have one of those on it....yep.

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Well, this is my list of songs I could have on repeat for the rest of my life:

* Peaceful Easy Feeling: Eagles
* Loredo: Johnny Cash
* Toxicity: System of a Down
* Terrible Lie: Nine Inch Nails
* Tequilla Makes her Cloths fall off: Joe Nichols
* Anna Begins: Counting Crows
* One Moment More: Mindy Smith
* Pimp Juice: Nelly
* Best I ever Had: Gary Allan


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blink 182 stay together for the kids
marilyn manson coma white
hawthorne heights wake up call
fallout boy a little less 16 candles a little more touch me

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damien rice - volcano

the mars volta - the widow

the beatles - helter skelter

straylight run - existentialism on prom night

and much more i can't think of...


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Blackmore's Night - Under a Violet Moon, Ghost of a Rose and Shadow of the Moon.

I love Medieval-styled music, =D


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The way we get by-SPOON
Scars-Papa Roach
Better off alone-Alice Deejay
Holding out-Frou Frou
Only-Nine Inch Nails
Songs i cant stop listening to from clockwork orange:
Overture to the Sun-Terry Tucker
9th Symphony- Ludwig Van

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THE WHOLE RENT SOUNDTRACK!!!!!
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Let's see.

The Goo Goo Dolls- Think About Me, Cuz You're Gone (live), Big Machine, Here is Gone, Iris, What a Scene, Slide.. go GOO! (on that note- U2's All I Want is You featuring Johnny Rzeznik off of the Les Paul and Friends album- FANTASTIC!!! for those of you who aren't in the GGD know, mr Rzeznik = the (exceptionally handsome) lead singer of GGD)

Train- Drops of Jupiter, Get to Me, All American Girl, Meet Virginia.. heck most of the Alive at Last live album.

There are others but those are the biggies


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My personal favourites (for the moment anyways)...

Coldplay - Speed of Sound, Talk
Hot Hot Heat - Goodnight Goodnight, Middle of Nowhere, You Owe Me An IOU, Get In or Get Out
Great Big Sea - Run Run Away, Ordinary Day
Queen - Too Much Love Will Kill You, Killer Queen
Guns 'n Roses - Sweet Child o' Mine
Bright Eyes - First Day of My Life

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The acoustic version of Everlong by the Foo Fighters. I like hardly any of their stuff, but this one gives me chills when I hear it. It reminds me of every long drive I ever took alone to clear my head.
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memory by sugarcult and nightswimming by REM are two that i listen to alot. There are more but i cant think of them right now. i used to listen to green eyes by coldplay a lot.
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oh and drops of jupiter by train and fast car by tracy chapman. and try by nelly furtado. and mr brightside by the killers.
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oh and drops of jupiter by train and fast car by tracy chapman. and try by nelly furtado. and mr brightside by the killers.
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My list goes as follows:

System Of A Down - Question and Radio/Video
Frou Frou - Let Go
The All-American Rejects - Dirty Little Secret
Nickelback - Photograph, Hero (Spiderman Soundtrack), and Someday
Marilyn Manson - Tainted Love and Sweet Dreams
The Veronica's - 4ever (It may sound stupid but it's a really catchy song!)
Glassjaw - I'm sorry and Ape Dos Mil
Motley Crue w/ Chester Bennington of Linkin Park - Home Sweet Home
Stevie Nicks - Edge Of Seventeen

And my list goes on and on!!!

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anything by breaking benjamin
and 45 by shinedown

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Our lady peace -Do you like it?
Weezer - Say it aint so
Def leppard - Rock of ages
Our lady peace -Not enough
Shine down - Save me
Steve miller band - joker
cold - different kind of pain

I love those songs.. cant get enough of them! I just love the voices, the beats, they are good for any situation, they always rock, and never get old.


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I love beverly hills - weezer
I know its the dumbest song in the world but for some reason it always makes me laugh. also, Lucy in the Sky wit Diamonds by Beatles. That song is another fun song. A song that I have always loved and probably always will, and will continue to listen to non stop for as long as I live probably is once bitten twice shy by whitesnake. Rock on!

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