That song that says “What doesn’t kill you makes you stronger!”
I hate it. I was listening to it and thinking… Bullshit. What doesnt kill you pisses you off, and makes you a bitter person for having to deal with it in the first place.
It reminds me of one time when I was reading the paper towels, and they had little sayings on them that said “reach for the stars”.
Really? That’s not inspiring! That’s a goal you will never achieve, and anyone who tells you to reach for stars obviously wants to watch you fail and laugh at you for even thinking you could actually touch a star. Depressing, really.
Angry because I hate it?
I don’t know, I think that seems trivial. I may not like more than a few songs, but I don’t get angry over them.
Angry because it stimulates my senses? Black flag-My War. It brings me back memories of “friends” and other lowlifes I’ve encountered. Goddamn, I just want to smash someone’s trendy macbook just listening to it now.
Anything by “The Fray”. I just can’t stand them. Their songs all sound the same, they’re whiny, and my roommate in college overplayed them. So every time I hear something by them, I want to smash whatever’s playing it… >:(
@DominicX I’ve never listened to anything by The Fray, other than How To Save A Life.
I heard that all of their other songs sounded the same as it, so I avoided the others, so it wouldn’t ruin the song for me. Haha.
Any Elton John or Stevie Nicks song….gag! Jesus, I didn’t like your music in the 70’s and I don’t like it now! Sappy, repetitious, boring. If I hear ” Landslide” or ” Tiny Dancer” one more time I might have to shoot myself. lol
Really want to see you tonight. Nice song that everyone sang when it was popular. But the actual meaning is; I don’t want to commit to you, or even date or anything but I’m awake, my dick is hard and I have no hole to put it in, so what say I come over for as long as it takes me to get off?
Crosby Stills and Nash Love the One you’re With just pisses me off. The message is to go ahead and abandon hopes for who you want to be with, and to settle on that person you have no feelings for. It really doesn’t make me angry, but it does annoy the hell out of me.
“We are young” pisses me off.
This guy is standing across the bar, while a cop questions his girlfriend about a scar that she has from when he beat her up a few months ago. And his friends are chillin’ in the bathroom, getting high.
Then the next second they’re all happy together, even though his apology is not sincere.
No one really gets what’s going on, because it’s speaking in code, so they all think it’s great.
A lot of his stuff makes me “angry” (it’s not the best word, but it’ll do for now) because while I appreciate the sentiment – as what rational person could not? – it’s just wrong in so many factual ways. I’m antipathetic to the actual meaning of many “populist” music for the same reason.