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when you are plodding. I did a thread 3 years ago and my ear worms tended to give a rendition of "The battle of New Orleans by Lonnie Donnegan. Last week 3 years later I get it again.
what tunes do your own built in MP3s play for you?
My latest earworm is that bleeding Lilly Allen Song The Fear.
Arrrrrggghhh I am really getting to the point of listening to agadoo to try to get rid of it.
lol FB - must be some telepathy on the psychophone or summat.
did lonnie D run?
I got Woody Guthrie This Land is My Land -can drive you nts.
Today I had that 'Deja Vu' song. Not sure who it's by? Inane but tolerable.
Few weeks ago it was 'Turtle Heads' by the Mac Lads. And yes, I did find myself singing it under my breath at one point... I don't think anyone heard! LOL
mine seem to be rehearsing "let it snow" this evening. Hop i get summat different
my recent playlist include - mr tumbles "Hello hello how are you?..hello hello...and so on and so on and omg "
And a more tolerable one yet still makes me question my sanity is the off my favourite simpsons episode. The planet of the apes musical one
" I hate every ape I see From chimpan-a to chimpan-zee No you'll never make a monkey out of me Oh my God, I was wrong It was Earth all along You've finally made a monkey Yes we've finally made a monkey, Yes you've finally made a monkey out of me"
Yes i have watched these programmes far too many times!!
you poor sods
Dont joke about Agadoo- since listening to it on my daughters mp3 whilst out running the other week its all ive had in my head... at first it was funny, now its getting v annoying, and i think im going to have to commit myself.........
"I met a hula miss......."
that is a nightmare hummo
mine quiet so far
Leroy Smith, keyboards (born 3 September 1952, Kingston, Jamaica - died 15 January 2009)
I hadn't heard anything about his passing.
It is odd because I've been listening to that track for about 2 weeks now.
Camp Granada today
hello mudder- hello farder -aaarrrgghhh!!!
it seems that ear worms grow old with us -the younger you are the more contempory they are.
"One in Ten" -UB40 -anther one on the list i guess