could say yes to that one. Sometimes you get songs stuck in there that are
new and just get played into the ground. For example, Katy Perry’s “Roar”
is on all the time. It was ok the first few hundred times I heard it but
it is everywhere. A little while ago, Fun had a huge hit with “We are
Young”. That one was stuck in my cranium for quite a while. A couple
years ago my kids were really into a song called “Fireflies”. That one
became annoying really fast. Some are good songs but are overplayed.
Others are just bad songs with a lot of money behind them. That
combination never ends well. Take for example, ANY SONG BY MILEY CYRUS.
There's just too much money behind bad songs. Take for example M.C. Hammer’s “U
Can’t Touch This.” Other songs just happen to be the song that came
on the radio when your alarm went off or the last song on your car radio before
you turn off the car. I went through a week with “Hey Jude” from the
Beatles because of that. Another time I was going to work and the last
song I heard was “Margaritaville” by Jimmy Buffet. Needless to say, I
didn’t get much done that day. Songs getting stuck can sometimes
help. I was in a bad mood one day and heard, “Everything’s Gonna Be
Alright” by Bob Marley. It is nearly impossible to be in a bad mood when
you hear that song. I highly suggest it as a remedy. For every good song,
however, there are usually a few bad ones. In my life there has been one
song that could get stuck in my head and not leave for days or even weeks.
I do not even need to hear it. If someone just goes,
BAM! Vanilla Ice’s “Ice, Ice Baby” is stuck in there. I try to
think of other songs or other things but it is no use. That riff just
keeps playing in my head. It is evil. Queen and David Bowie sure
knew what they were doing when they made the piece the Ice Man ripped off.
As I said at the start of this blog, I think everyone can relate to the
situation. When it happens I just turn to the Classic Rock station and my
problems eventually go away. What are some songs that have become
ingrained in your brain?