I've Got A Feeling- Everybody had a wet dream is repeated more than once
WGG Radio- SgtDill- Sting never saw a song where he didn't think, "You know, I think it would be better with 2 more minutes of chorus at the end."
"He who f*cks nuns will later join the church" from Death Or Glory by the Clash
"Aqualung" is a bit jarring the first time around.
"Country Death Song" by the Violent Femmes can mix in well with some of their others mentioned.
Alice Cooper in general, but some highlights
"We go dancing nighty in the attic, While the moon is rising in the sky, If Im too rough, tell me, I'm so scared your little head will come off in my hands" (Billion Dollar Babies)
Prettymuch the entirety of "Dead Babies" off Killer as well
"Once In A Lifetime" by Talking Heads can go under the weird part too, most notably the sudden speech about the water in the ocean that must be removed that kicks in two thirds through.
dlcquickplay.com/songs/xachary_cross (Direly needs updating)
Across the street where jesus stripped bare and raped the spirit he was supposed to nurture - Born of a broken man
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"And I came upon a little house
A little house upon a hill
And I entered through, the curtain hissed
Into the house with its blood-red bowels
Where wet-lipped women with greasy fists
Crawled the ceilings and the walls
They filled me full of drink
And led me round the rooms
Naked and cold and grinning
Until everything went black
And I came down spinning
I awoke so drunk and full of rage
That I could hardly speak
A f*g in a whale-bone corset
Draping his dick across my cheek
And its into the shame
And its into a guilt
And its into the f***ing fray
And the walls ran red around me
A warm arterial spray"
-Nick Cave, "Papa Won't Leave You Henry"
Two of my personal favorites , both from The Rolling Stones.
Star Star (Star F**ker) from 1973's Goat's Head Soup.
As the 1970s approached their midpoint, the Stones' image became increasingly decadent, bolstered by tales of backstage debauchery. "Star Star" is the best representation of this image to be found in the band's music, as evidenced by the lyrics, which exasperated ErtegŁn and wouldn't be matched in sleaze again by the Stones until the release of the misogynistic "Some Girls" in 1978. The more controversial lyrics include:
-"I know you're movin' out to Hollywood with your can of tasty foam" (Referencing to a can filled with semen)
-"Lead guitars and movie stars get their tongue beneath your hood"
-"Your tricks with fruit was kinda cute/I bet you keep your ***** clean" (This line was overdubbed on the U.S version of the album)
-"Ali McGraw got mad with you/For giving head to Steve McQueen" (The band obtained a statement from McQueen agreeing not to sue upon the album's release to ease ErtegŁn's worries)
-"I'm making bets that you don't get John Wayne before he dies" (This John Wayne reference was also edited on some versions of the album, with "John Wayne" being replaced by "your man." On their tours in 1975 and 1976, this line was changed out of respect for John Wayne's failing health.)
1970's C*cksucker Blues.
Again from wiki
"****sucker Blues" was a song Mick Jagger wrote to be the Stones' final single for Decca Records, as per their contract. Its context and language was chosen specifically to anger Decca executives. The track was refused by Decca and only released later on a West German compilation in 1983, although the compilation was discontinued and re-released without the song.
"There's a place where Krokus plays Stadiums? " - IggyPopWillEatiteslf
A quote from a Joe Walsh song:
"I eat **** for breakfast, for a noontime snack. I like **** for lunch, big *** attack"
Edit: ^ Refers to the 4 letter t word for boobies
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