Making green, spending green and lacking green are all on everyone’s minds these days, especially since the holidays are approaching and our economy hasn’t crawled out of the crapper, yet. Since this recession may have you a little depressed, we decided to lift your spirits with a bit of music. You know, money makes the world go ’round, but so does a banging beat or hot melody. Listen to songs (in no particular order) that will help you forget your money troubles and others that will help you lament your lack of ducats, after the jump. Keep reading »
True friends understand you best and offer a solution or just a strong shoulder when life is at its worst. And they’re usually the first to celebrate with you when life is wonderful. But unfortunately, most songs are about trials of the heart not friendship. So we put together a list of our favorite friendship songs. After reading through the lyrics, call up your best homegirl and let us know in the comments which songs remind you of her. Keep reading »
Oh man, there are lots of realllllllly emotional, pathetic, wimpy songs written by guys out there. I would offer commentary on their sappiness, but it is just not necessary. Thought of a song I missed? Put the lyrics in the comments! And get out your Kleenex — you’ll laugh so hard at these boys crying that you’ll shed a few tears.
10. “Take what’s left of this man/Make me whole once again/’Cause I want you/And I feel you/crawling underneath my skin/Like a hunger/Like a burning/To find the place I’ve never been/Now I’m broken/And I’m fading/I’m half the man I thought I would be/You can have/All that’s left/Yeah, yeah, yeah/What’s left of me.” – “What’s Left Of Me”, Nick Lachey Keep reading »
We totally love cheesy, awesome, dancey R&B songs, especially when we listen closely to the lyrics and crack up. Usher’s “Love In This Club” provided much joy with the line, “I want to bag you like some groceries,” but it’s time to call attention to some other poetic words of love and lust from R&B MCs. Here are five of our favorite lines…
5. “Now your body’s got me feelin’ like spending/With a backroom I could come to live in/And your hair weave looking kind of pretty/The way you back it up on me baby/Lord have mercy.” — R. Kelly, “Feelin’ On Yo Booty”, TP-2.com
R. Kelly has a thing for big butts, especially on the dance floor. This particular lady has a butt that R. Kelly would like to move into. It doesn’t hurt that her hair weave is looking nice too. If I was this woman, I would be concerned, because we have all heard about what R. Kelly likes to do with butts he likes. Just sayin’.
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