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Tuesday, June 08, 2010

WooHoo? Really?

This is what it's come to?  Christina Aguilera's "Woohoo?" 

lyrics snippet:

"You know you really wanna (hey)
Wanna taste my (woohoo)
You know you wanna get a peak
Wanna see my (woohoo)
You know you wanna put your lips
Where my hips are (woohoo)
Kiss all my (woohoo)
All over my (woohoo)

All the boys think it's cake
When they taste my (woohoo)
You don't even need a plate
Just your face, ha (woohoo)
Licky, licky, yum yum (woohoo)
What a great guy (woohoo)

Now kiss all my (woohoo)
All over my (woohoo)
Kiss, kiss all my (woohoo)
All over my (woohoo)
Kiss, kiss, kiss all my (woohoo)
All over my (woohoo)

I'm just sayin... Maybe this is a bearish indicator?  That Christina Aguilera, who actually has talent (a voice, at least) has resorted to writing songs about her vadge?    I guess after Brittney's "If You Seek Amy" (get it? F.U.C.K. me! ha! so clever!) Christina was backed into a corner...

-KD

16 comments:

Downtown Josh Brownq said...

animals. its not even clever.

and they'll play this on Radio Disney for sure.

keithpiccirillo said...

No country for old men.
Damn.

getyourselfconnected said...

I guess its a race to the bottom in all circles!

From the last thread, Ritholtz quoted a guy a while back that said:
"The US is the best looking horse....At the glue factory!"

Transor Z said...

She's just quoting James Joyce's Ulysses:

THE KISSES: (WARBLING) Leo! (TWITTERING) Icky licky micky sticky for Leo! (COOING) Coo coocoo! Yummyyum, Womwom! (WARBLING) Big comebig! Pirouette! Leopopold! (TWITTERING) Leeolee! (WARBLING) O Leo!

Blurtman said...

Kid, you olde farte!

WOOLY BULLY (Domingo Samudio)

Uno, dos, one, two, tres, quatro
Matty told Hatty about a thing she saw.
Had two big horns and a wooly jaw.
Wooly bully, wooly bully.
Wooly bully, wooly bully, wooly bully.
Hatty told Matty, "Let's don't take no chance.
Let's not be L-seven, come and learn to dance."
Wooly bully, wooly bully
Wooly bully, wooly bully, wooly bully.
Matty told Hatty, "That's the thing to do.
Get you someone really to pull the wool with you."
Wooly bully, wooly bully.
Wooly bully, wooly bully, wooly bully.

Daniel said...

The world IS going to shit. This is proof....

Blurtman said...

Kid, you olde shite.

Louie Louie, oh no
Me gotta go
Aye-yi-yi-yi, I said
Louie Louie, oh baby
Me gotta go

Fine little girl waits for me
Catch a ship across the sea
Sail that ship about, all alone
Never know if I make it home

CHORUS

Three nights and days I sail the sea
Think of girl, constantly
On that ship, I dream she's there
I smell the rose in her hair.

CHORUS

Okay, let's give it to 'em, right now!

GUITAR SOLO

See Jamaica, the moon above
It won't be long, me see me love
Take her in my arms again
Tell her I'll never leave again

CHORUS

Let's take it on outa here now
Let's go!!

From Wiki:
Another factor in the success of the record may have been the rumor that the lyrics were intentionally slurred by the Kingsmen. Allegedly, this was to cover the fact that it was laced with profanity, graphically depicting sex between the sailor and his lady. Crumpled pieces of paper professing to be "the real lyrics" to "Louie Louie" circulated among teens. The song was banned on many radio stations and in many places in the United States, including Indiana, where it was personally prohibited by the Governor, Matthew Welsh.

These actions were taken despite the small matter that practically no one could distinguish the actual lyrics. Denials of chicanery by Kingsmen and Ely did not stop the controversy. The FBI became involved in the controversy but concluded a 31-month investigation with a report that they were "unable to interpret any of the wording in the record."[1]

JCH said...

Mississippi John Hurt - recorded in 1928

Candy Man

...He likes a stick of candy just nine inch long
He sells as fast a hog can chew his corn
It's the candy man...
All heard what sister Johnson said
She always takes a candy stick to bed
Don't stand close to the candy man
He'll leave a big candy stick in your hand ...

Kid Dynamite said...

TZ - i want some of whatever you're having...

Blurtman - are you suggesting that Wooly Bully is a metaphor for Vajayjay!?!?!? say it ain't so.

Kid Dynamite said...

JCH - how about Led Zeppelin: "Squeeze my lemon till the juice runs down my leg, squeeze it so hard i fall right out of bed"

yes - people have always written sexual metaphors, but now they're simply dispensing with the metaphors!!! (for the most extreme version of this, see: LIl Kim: "Not Tonight" http://www.lyricsdepot.com/lil-kim/not-tonight.html

scharfy said...

Fun game.


Otis Redding baby. Shama-lama-ding dong.

If I searched this whole wide world
I’d never, never, never find me a girl who’d love me
the way that u do
Cuz u shama lama
In the rama lama ding dong
Baby, u put the ooh my my (oh, oh, oh, oh)
back into my smile child
Hey!
That is why, that is why
You are my shooby dooby doo
You put the shama lama, ding dong
You put the ooh my my (oh, oh, oh, oh)
back into my smile child
That is why, that is why
You are my shooby dooby doo
And I love, this love we share
Find More lyrics at www.sweetslyrics.com
Its stronger then the other
no one else can compare
stronger then the highest mountain and the deepest sea
Hey!
u put the shama lama
In the rama lama ding dong
Baby, u put the ooh my my (oh, oh, oh, oh)
back into my smile child
Hey!
That is why, that is why
u are my shooby dooby doo
shama lama, in the rama lama
ding dong, baby
u put the ooh my my (oh, oh, oh, oh)
back into my smile child
that is why, that is why
u are my shooby dooby doo

Blurtman said...

Kid,

The Booly may have been Wooly in the '60's, but I think the Landing Strip and clean look are more common today. ;>)

JCH said...

Us old bush pilots didn't die away; one day we found the bush was just ripped out, okay?

Life is full of adjustments.

Anonymous said...

Actually, she's just gone crazy, trying to prove she can still be dirrty after having a baby. We're all tired of her shrieks.

Her album it out today or something but probably only I knew that.

Onlooker said...

Yes, we're getting old. But really, as KD infers, they're not even TRYING to disguise it in metaphor and double entendre anymore. It's just "in your face" (nice pun, eh?).

Crude and unimaginative. That's the real notable point in this.

Daniel said...

The worst part is it's not even a good song. It's just techno pop dance party crap with no melody. It's terrible terrible music. I hesitate to even call it music.