right at this moment - Enter Sandman - in particular the lines "exit light, enter night" that line keeps playing over and over grrrrr but i love this song anyway, it's all good.
Reply #181. Nov 20 09, 1:20 AM
For me it's now 'Everlong' - Foo Fighters. Brilliant song, can't get enough of it!|
Reply #182. Nov 27 09, 4:31 PM
Lady Antebellum ,, Need You Now , cant get it outta my head lol|
Reply #183. Nov 27 09, 4:42 PM
Against All Odds by Phil Collins|
Reply #184. Nov 27 09, 4:48 PM
Since having got a Smiths album called Meat is murder which was released in 1985 i have had how soon is now my favourite track by them stuck in my head at certain times.|
Reply #185. Dec 11 09, 11:43 AM
There's a song which goes something like; (excuse my singing voice!)|
"Have a baby by me, baby, feel me near"
It is awful. They play it here about 5 times a day and I find myself singing it constantly. If anybody has a cure for dislodging rubbish tunes fron cranium please contact me at the usual address...
Reply #186. Dec 12 09, 2:50 AM
The theme song from Mickey Mouse Clubhouse.|
Reply #189. Dec 14 09, 6:21 PM
GNR - Nightrain|
No complaints here.
Reply #190. Dec 14 09, 6:23 PM
What Hurts the Most by Rascal Flatts|
Reply #191. Dec 14 09, 6:29 PM
I gotta feeling by the Black Eyed Peas.|
Reply #192. Dec 15 09, 3:54 PM
Ironically enough, I think it's called "Can't Get You out of My Head" by Kylie Minogue. I can't stand it; it's simply too annoying for me.|
Reply #193. Dec 15 09, 9:52 PM
Jane's Addiction: My Time|
Great song. Can stay in my head as long as it pleases. And heh, heh, checking the buoys right now, swell on the rise... nice. :)
Reply #194. Dec 17 09, 3:01 AM
Touniquet by Marilyn Manson.|
I love all of his songs and one of his songs is constantly in my head.
Reply #195. Dec 24 09, 2:23 PM
Mine is Replay by Iyaz.|
Reply #196. Dec 24 09, 5:19 PM
Frank Black - South Bay|
Reply #197. Dec 31 09, 12:56 PM
"Stuck In The Middle With You"-Steeler's Wheel
Made popular by the Tarantino film 'Reservior Dogs"
Reply #198. Jan 10 10, 5:44 PM
Randy Bachman (of Guee Who and Bachman Turner Overdrive fame - you know, the guy who wrote 'Taking Care of Business') has a super CBC Radio program that airs on Saturday nights. It's called 'Vinyl Tap' and Randy plays great music - real rock and roll - from days gone by. He has a theme for each show and a recent show was devoted to what Randy calls Earworms, which is his name for songs that get stuck in one's head! 'Taking Care of Business' is a particular earworm of mine.|
Reply #199. Jan 12 10, 11:22 PM
For Pete's sake, that should be GUESS Who. I'm making too many typos, so I'm going to bed. Good night all.|
Reply #200. Jan 12 10, 11:24 PM
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