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Friday, March 20, 2009

Run Joey Run, quite possibly the worst song of the decade.

"I got in my car and I drove like mad, till I reached Julie's place. She ran to me, with tears in her eyes, and bruises on her face. All at once, I saw him there, sneaking up behind me, WATCH OUT! Then Julie yelled, he's got a gun! and she stepped in front of me. Suddenly, a shot rang out, and I saw Julie fallingI ran to her, I held her close, when I looked down, my hands were red, and heres the last words Julie said...
Daddy please don't, it wasn't his fault, he means so much to meDaddy please don't, we're gonna get married.....aaahhh..ahhhhahhhh....ahhhhh"


I had no idea how bad this song was back then. Some kids used to tease me because my name back then was Joey. When we played tag they'd sing it to tease me... haha.

6 comments:

grannyann said...

You know there have been lots of "tragic" themed songs that I'd just as soon forget. Might be today if we could understand what they are saying. Oh well...

Gilligan said...

"Someone left the cake out in the rain..."

Sure you don't want to change your vote for the worst song of the decade?

joe said...

Ann: That's true. You've got a point there.

Gilligan: Well, if I had to change my vote, it wouldn't be that one. It'd probably be "Butterscotch Castle" by Captain and Tenille. Or "You Light Up My Life".

joe said...

'Butterscotch Castle'... hahahahaa

CoolStuffForDads.com said...

Captain and Tenille were cool, although I'm not remembering that one. Sure I would know it if I heard it. Don't you like the songs with a storyline?

joe said...

Yes. american Pie, Ode to Billy Joe, Harper Valley PTA... there were alot of good ones. Unfortunately 'Butterscotch Castle' wasn't one of them..

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