Saturday, June 10, 2006

Top 50 Conservative Songs of All Time

Xrlq is composing a list of the top 50 conservative songs of all time. My nominations are in his comment section. I hope that Stevie Ray Vaughn's "Willie the Wimp" makes it just because it's such a fun song even though it's not as obviously conservative as the others.

3 Comments:

Blogger nk said...

Xrlq seems to have given up but I have acouple more:

The Beatles' "Obladi Oblada". Free market, work ethic and family values.

Queen's "Fat-bottomed Girls". Conservatives want women who look and feel like women. Preferrably apple-cheeked midwestern girls -- not the bi-costal, anorexic androgynes.

Mon Aug 14, 08:59:00 PM  
Blogger nk said...

Personal freedom to pursue one's destiny without interference from the nanny state: Lou Reed's "Take A walk On The Wild Side".

Tue Aug 15, 09:30:00 AM  
Blogger nk said...

Admitting personal responsibility. Dylan/Hendrix's "Hey, Joe".

Picking the right lifemate for a lasting marriage. Pink Floyd's "I Need a Dirty Woman, I Need a Dirty Girl".

Mon Aug 21, 10:01:00 PM  

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