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Old 04-12-06, 09:22 AM   #1
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What Gets Stuck in Your Head?

OK, so I saw this thread on another forum the other day.

"What songs get stuck in your head while you are riding"? Unfortunately that forum was all youngsters and I didn't know any of the songs. Thought it might be fun to do with other 50+ers.

Lately for me it has been "Radar Love" by Golden Earing and "Move It On Over" by George Thorogood.
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"Mustang Sally" these days. Proof that I belong in the 50+ forum.
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"The Lion Sleeps Tonight"...and I hate that song!
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"Don't Fear The Reaper," by Blue Oyster Cult, and one I can't remember the name of by some girl group from the '60s. The lyrics go "What are you gonna do when I'm gone, whose shoulder are you gonna cry on?"
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My music sense has been permanently warped by a 21-year-old who burns me stuff from the Kranked and New World Disorder MTB video soundtracks. So I get things like: Foo Fighters' All My life; Anthrax's Fueled stuck in my head . . . along with standards like Boston's Smokin' and Molly Hatchet's Flirtin' with Disaster (my personal 'theme song' .
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I wish a song would get stuck in my head more often. Being a somewhat obsessive-compulsive personality, I find myself counting my pedal strokes... talk about boring.
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Or the "City of New Orleans" when I'm riding thru the rain...
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It depends on what I am riding.

Bianchi: Neopolitan/Neapolitan songs and Italian opera arias

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The cure to "unstick" a song in your head is a few choruses of Disney's It's a Small World, Afterall.

Of course, then you have THAT song stuck in your head.
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"What songs get stuck in your head while you are riding"?
By the way, the technical term for that is "ear worm".

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You guys have better memories than me. I can't remember from one ride to the next what song gets stuck in my head. But I usually do have an ear worm on longer rides.
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Don't have any particular song but at the spinning classes we have various songs to ride to a a cadence of about 85. When I start those long hills- I pick on several songs By Queen, and sing them just to get the cadence right. Sing it in my gead though as I have atendency to increase the rhythm abd cadence as I start enjoying the tune buzzing round my head. It has to be Queen with a song like-"I like to ride my Bicycle" or just recently I am going back to my Youth with John Lee Hooker.
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Two songs that have gotten stuck in my head whilst cycling are "Rock and Roll Stew" by Traffic and "Country Mile" by Rory Gallagher.
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To the tune of "Bridge Over the River Kwai", learned in third grade, and for my everlasting sins. . .

"Comet, it makes your mouth feel clean,
"Comet, it tastes like gasoline,
"Comet, it makes you vomit,
"So eat some Comet, and vomit today. . ."

Sometimes it's "Deutschland Uber Alles".

HopeDaleHills mentioned this string in another folder. Someone there mentioned "Your Red Scarf Matches Your Eyes", which I've been singing non-stop since. . .including in my sleep. My wife mentioned several times that it doesn't make a bit of sense, what the hell's a "Shipfitter", and anyway shouldn't someone slap me for saying a word like that?

OH, YOUR RED SCARF MATCHES YOUR EYES,
YOU CLOSED YOUR COVER BEFORE STRIKING,
FATHER HAD THE SHIPFITTER BLUES,
LOVING YOU HAS MADE ME BANANAS,

OH, YOUR RED SCARF MATCHES YOUR EYES,
YOU CLOSED YOUR COVER BEFORE STRIKING,
FATHER HAD THE SHIPFITTER BLUES,
LOVING YOU HAS MADE ME BANANAS,

OH, YOU BURNT YOUR FINGER THAT EVENING,
WHILE MY BACK WAS TURNED,
I ASKED THE WAITER FOR IODINE,
BUT I DINED ALL ALONE,

OH, YOUR RED SCARF MATCHES YOUR EYES,
YOU CLOSED YOUR COVER BEFORE STRIKING,
FATHER HAD THE SHIPFITTER BLUES,
LOVING YOU HAS MADE ME BANANAS.

Discussion: What is it about the human psyche that makes this happen?
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... or just recently I am going back to my Youth with John Lee Hooker.
NOW, you're talkin'! I searched for over 20 years looking for a copy of Big Legs, Tight Skirt. I had the 45 in 1967 onthe VJ label but it disappeared. Finally found a copy on a CD in Gouda, the Netherlands in 1990. Now thanks tothe magic of the Internet I found another version with John Lee Hooker teaming with Ry Cooder for an extended version.

No particular tune sticks in my head when I bike commute each day for about 2 hours R/T. I change my playlists almost every week. Current tunes sticking in my ear this week are as below but not necesarily in that order (love shuffle play when cycling):
Carole King - One Fine Day
Carole King - (You Make Me Feel Like) A Natural Woman
Carole King - A Natural Woman
Carole King - Beautiful
Carole King - Home Again
Carole King - I Feel the Earth Move
Carole King - It's Too Late
Carole King - Jazzman
Carole King - Smackwater Jack
Carole King - So Far Away
Carole King - Tapestry
Carole King - Way Over Yonder
Carole King - Where You Lead
Carole King - Will You Love Me Tomorrow-
Carole King - You've Got a Friend
A New Found Glory - The Glory Of Love
Belmonts - Tell Me Why
Bobby Day - Rockin' Robin
Brooklyn Bridge - 16 Candles
Cadillacs - Gloria
Capris - There's a Moon Out Tonight
Capris - Why Do I Cry
Chantels - Maybe
Cleftones - Heart And Soul
Cleftones - Little Girl Of Mine
Cleftones - You Baby You
Crests - Sixteen Candles
Crests - Step By Step
Crests - Who Put The Bop In The Bop
Crests with The Duprees - The Angels Listened In 1959
Crows - Gee
Danny & The Juniors - At The Hop
dee dee sharp - mash potatoes
Del Vikings - Girl Girl
Dell Shannon - Sea Of Love
Dell Vikings - Whispering Bells
Dell-Vikings - come go with me
Diamonds - Little Darlin'
Diamonds - Walking Along
Dovells - Bristol Stomp
Drifters - Money Honey
Duprees - Why Don't You Believe Me
Edsels - Do You Love Me
Everly Brothers - Be-Bop-A-Lu-La
Falcons - You're So Fine (1)
Fiestas - So Fine
Five Heartbeats - Crazy For You
Five Satins - Do You Remember
Five Satins - Doo Wop A Mllion to One
Five Satins - Sillouettes On The Shade
Flamingos - Till the End of Time
Fleetwoods - Come Softly To Me (1)
Genies - Who's That Knocking
Gladiolas - Please Don't Go
Heartbeats - A Thousand Miles Away
Impalas - I Ran All the Way Home
Jesters - The Wind
jive five - i'm a happy man
Jive Five - My True Story
Jive Five & The Chantels - Donna
Lauren Hill - Doo Wop
lauryn hill - Accapella
lfo - Wishing on a Falling Star
Little Anthony - Shimmy Shimmy Coco Pop
Little Anthony - The 10 Commandments Of Love
Little Anthony Imperials - Tears on my Pillow
Lou Christie - Lightning Strikes
Maurice Williams & The Zodiacs - Stay
Monotones - Book Of Love
Moonglows - Ten Commandments Of Love
OJays - Used To Be My
Owls - Josephine
Paragons - Let's Start All Over Again
pastels - been so long
Paul Anka - Diana
Penguins - Earth Angel
Penguins - goodnight sweetheart goodnight
Platters - In The Still of the Night
Platters - Only You
Rays - Silhouettes On The Shade
Righteous Brothers - Unchained Melody
Righteous Brothers - You've Lost That Loving Feeling
Rightous Brothers - Soul and Inspiration
Silhouettes - Get A Job
Spaniels - Stormy Weather
The Five Keys - The Glory Of Love,1951
Thurston Harris - Little Bitty Pretty One 192
Tony Allen & The Champs - Night Owl
Videos - Trickle, Trickle
Drifters - On Broadway
Drifters - Saturday Night at the Movies192
Drifters - Save The Last Dance For Me
Drifters - Some Kind Of Wonderful
Drifters - There Goes My Baby
Drifters - This Magic Moment2
Drifters - Up On The Roof
Intruders - (Love Is Like A) Baseball Game
Intruders - I Wanna Know Your Name
Intruders - I'll Always Love My Mama
intruders - ITS A THIN LINE BETWEEN LOVE AND HATE
The Intruders - Cowboys to Girls
Isley Brothers - It's Your Thing
Isley Brothers - Living For The Love Of You
Isley Brothers - Love The One You're With
Isley Brothers - Spill The Wine
Isley Brothers - Whos That Lady
Luther Vandross - A House is Not a Home
Luther Vandross - Always & Forever
Luther Vandross - Any Love
Luther Vandross - Anyone Who Had A Heart
Luther Vandross - Can Heaven Wait
Luther Vandross - Dance With My Father
Luther Vandross - Don't Want To Be A Fool
Luther Vandross - Don't You Remember
Luther Vandross - Give Me the Reason
Luther Vandross - Here and Now
Luther vandross - Hit it again ft queen latifah -21st
Luther Vandross - I Really Didn't Mean It
Luther Vandross - If Loving You Is Wrong
Luther vandross - If Only For One Night
Luther Vandross - It's Over Now
Luther Vandross - Killing Me Softly
Luther Vandross - Knocks Me off My Feet
Luther Vandross - Like I'm Invisible
Luther Vandross - Love The One You're With
Luther Vandross - Love Won't Let Me Wait
Luther Vandross - Lovely Day
Luther Vandross - Never Too Much
Luther Vandross - Power of Love
Luther Vandross - See Me
Luther Vandross - She's a Super Lady
Luther Vandross - So Amazing
Luther Vandross - Stop to Love
Luther Vandross - Sugar and Spice (I Found Me a Girl)
luther vandross - SUPERSTAR (LIVE VERSION)
Luther Vandross - The Closer I Get To You_w_Beyonce
Luther Vandross - The Thrill I'm in
Luther Vandross & Cheryl Lynn - If This World Were Mine
Luther Vandross & Janet Jackson - Best Thing in My Life are
Marvin Gaye - Ain't No Mountain High Enough
Marvin Gaye - Aint That Peculiar
marvin gaye - can i get a witness
Marvin Gaye - How Sweet It Is (To Be Loved By You)
Marvin Gaye - I Heard It Trough GrapeVine
Marvin Gaye - I'll Be Doggone
Marvin Gaye - Lets get it on
marvin gaye - pride and joy
Marvin Gaye - Stubborn Kind of Fella
Marvin Gaye - Trouble Man
Marvin Gaye & Tammy Terrell - You're All I Need
Miracles - A Fork In The Road
Miracles - Baby baby don't cry
Miracles - Bad Girl
Miracles - Choosey Beggar
Miracles - Going To a Go Go
Miracles - I Like It LIke That
Miracles - I Second That Emotion
Miracles - I'm The One You Need
Miracles - Love Machine
Miracles - Mickey's Monkey
Miracles - More Love
Miracles - Ooo Baby Baby
Miracles - Shop Around
Miracles - The Tears Of A Clown
Miracles - The Tracks Of My Tears
Miracles - Whats So Good About Goodbye
Miracles - Would I Love You
Miracles - You Really Got a Hold on Me
OJays - Back Stabbers
OJays - For the Love of Money
OJays - I Love Music
OJays - I'm a Girl Watcher
OJays - Livin' for the Weekend
Ronettes - Be My Baby
Ronettes - Da Doo Run Run
Ronettes - Do I Love You
Ronettes - Then He Kissed Me
Ronettes - Walking In The Rain
Sam and Dave - Bring It On Home To Me
Sam and Dave - Gimme Some A Loving
Sam And Dave - Hold On, I'm Coming
Sam and Dave - I Thank You
Sam and Dave - I'm a Soul Man
Sam And Dave - May I Baby
Sam and Dave - Soothe Me
Sam and Dave - When Something Is Wrong With My Baby
Sam and Dave - Wrap It Up
Sam and Dave - You Don't Know Like I Know
Sam And Dave - you dont know what you mean to me
Spinners - Games People Play
Spinners - I'll Be Around
Spinners - It a Shame
Sweet Inspirations - Oh What A Fool I've Been
Sweet Inspirations - Sweet Inspiration
Sweet Inspirations - To Love Somebody
Sweet Inspirations - When Something Is Wrong With My Baby
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and one I can't remember the name of by some girl group from the '60s. The lyrics go "What are you gonna do when I'm gone, whose shoulder are you gonna cry on?"
"When I'm Gone" by Brenda Holloway? I think it's an old Smokey Robinson tune.

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Today (for some reason) it was "Sailing" - Christopher Cross. Tried the "Its A Small World Afterall" thing and it did not work. Switched back to Sailing after a short bit. So I thought about George Bush for while and that ended all the music.
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I'm still singing "Mustang Sally." Now around the house. My wife finally says to me, "What an idiotic song."

I reply. "What do you expect? You married an idiot."

She gave that ironic "knowing wives smile" and disappeared into the garden.
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Also, I like "City Of New Orleans" when riding through rural areas...
The Willie Nelson version is the very best, In my own opinion. No disrespect to Arlo Guthrie, but Willie does it as only he can.

Good Times, Sam Cooke.

And for those warm, humid summer nights,,, The theme from Mulholland Drive, by Angelo Badalamenti, or Mea Culpa, by Enigma.
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The Willie Nelson version is the very best, In my own opinion. No disrespect to Arlo Guthrie, but Willie does it as only he can.
I prefer the Steve Goodman version.
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