Marvin Gaye has one of the most soulful voices in pop. Another interpretation (although similar to my initial observation), is that it’s a song about wanting to leave your country to see America. The reference to never being alone basically points to the idea that we are always being spied on. Fortunately, you can't really understand a word he's saying unless you look up the lyrics. Join the Observer community and help support independent local journalism in Dallas. This song finds the main character becoming increasingly depressed about the decline of the music industry. Receive news and offers from our other brands? The late Minnesota rapper knew how to string words together.
Nothing. Gross Food GROSF00D. Despite being disturbing, or perhaps because it's disturbing, the song is nothing less than a masterpiece. “Limp Bizkit are a staple of my teenage-hood. Bath I know I had a lot of fun! This song may be for the ultimate glutton. "House of 1000 Corpses" by Rob Zombie. Although somewhat random, Corgan later discovered the song was somehow reflective of his own experience.
Artists choose to write shockingly upsetting music for a number of reasons: To express extreme emotions or to provoke a visceral response in listeners or say something about a particular issue or for the shock itself. Careers, A whole day of chomping back meals, slurping up stuff, and smacking your lips. Bummer. It also reached #48 in That’s where this article comes into play.
They are also right that soup is good food. Meet the "sassy basket" with the biggest voice in country music.
Oftentimes, the reference to food or drink is just a metaphor for something else, and the songs usually have deeper meanings, but we’ll be getting into that too. The beat is reminiscent of that super positive backpacker hip-hop, but the track just makes you want to get super fat from burgers and burritos. This track could be paired with anything. Bacon rolls are more popular in the UK, but they do sound delicious, and you can even find recipes online. “Junk Food Junkie” was a novelty song by Larry Groce. Hmm… maybe.
However, the rapist is caught and sent to prison... where "he was butt-raped by a large inmate." For those who don't want to read this list, we don't blame you. Help, Don't have an account yet? This track does rule, and Paul’s Boutique is one of the greatest albums ever. And, like Maroon 5’s “Kiwi”, the “metaphor” is eye roll worthy and the lyrics later in the song make it abundantly clear, just in case you were left out of the loop (unlikely). The Beatles somehow manage to sneak their way into our song list again with “Strawberry Fields Forever”, a song that mainly seems to be about escaping life’s troubles and difficulties. It’s just Chang talking over some futuristic beats with laser sounds, describing how you could press a button on a machine to get any kind of food you want. Of course, you can find pork and beans recipes out there too. 29. Am I alone?
But it is vulnerable and honest, so you’ve got to give it that.
Penned by the eccentric but brilliant Frank Zappa, “Watermelon In Easter Hay” is a song from the 1979 concept album Joe’s Garage. I think you’re welcome to attach whatever meaning you want to this beloved Pumpkins classic, which is anything but hopeful and cheery.
The song becomes very meta, and comes around full circle. It’s a nice message, though.
As a songwriter and producer, Narada had hits with Aretha Franklin, Whitney Houston, Mariah Carey and Starship. The song's title is a play on Everclear, which Bushwick Bill had been drinking at the time, and the message of the song's last line: "It's fucked up I had to lose an eye to see shit clearly.". 23.
God they’re awful, aren’t they? burnt and soggy terrible Tuesday dinner dish, I wish I could go up Heaven’s stair/ Go upstairs and see my That may be due to a lack of experience with living the hard life. The song is gross. This is a short track, but do you have some sort of fusion dish by your side? 3. A relatively straightforward song for Canadian-American singer-songwriter Neil Young, “Cinnamon Girl” has the narrator dreaming of a spicy lady. And, while you may not need a recipe for eggs and sausage, here’s one for sausage, egg and cheddar farmer’s breakfast. DMX gives all cute, loving dogs a bad name. Not much needs to be said about the lyrics. As uncomfortable as the chorus is, the music video is worse: a monkey tied to a cross, fetish equipment and a severed pig's head spinning around, for some reason. Despite the upbeat, cheery sound of it - or, really, partly because of it - this is a messed up song. Like many Rihanna songs, “Birthday Cake” is incredibly repetitive and unrewarding. It's a song about how I felt when my 2 cats died. That is some snack dedication! Mick Jagger wrote most of “Brown Sugar”, apparently using his secret girlfriend and mother of his first child, Marsha Hunt, as inspiration (though its origin is somewhat debated now).
In his vulgar and highly sacrilegious tale of being the Devil's son, Big L claims that "I'm a stone villain known for killing and raping nuns. Fortunately, you can't really understand a word he's saying unless you look up the lyrics. Animal House’s new EP, Hot Bodies, is available now.
"The only thing we can control is our reaction to that ,” said Swift. And, yes, it's yet another song about a brutally violent murder, but Em brings a particularly disturbing gleeful rage to the proceedings. Of course, the two words juxtaposed conjure up all kinds of religious imagery too. The song is gross. There aren’t any brown sugar recipes that I know of, but I think we can all agree it is a delicious ingredient all by itself. Led Zeppelin’s “Custard Pie” is about being in lust. So, when a new single from Aussie garage-rockers Animal House entitled Coca Cola landed in our inboxes, it seemed a fortuitous – if admittedly tenuous – opportunity to get them to throw a little list together for us… Or maybe we were just really hungry that day. Nothing about this taco Beck is talking about sounds appetizing. Take note. We’ve been invited to a “dinner”, a pleasant gathering that’s nothing more than a distraction. Make a financial contribution or sign up for a newsletter, and help us keep telling Dallas's stories with no paywalls. Honestly, maybe it isn’t just about film but about preserving memories in general, as this song seems to. So, without further ado, Animal House’s list of the finest food and drink-themed anthems of our time – including some full albums, because they’re punks and they do as they please, damn it – is below. Support Us
Balut takes a top spot by a landslide among the gross egg category, which should include 100-year old eggs. Not pleasant. If you’re not feeling right, you are given a prescription.