History EvenEvilHasStandards / Music

5th Feb '16 10:05:06 PM nombretomado
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* {{Music/TISM}} combined this trope with RefugeInAudacity and [[ClusterFBomb Cluster C Bomb]] to create their song "I Might Be A Cunt, But I'm Not A Fucking Cunt." The lyrics include such protestations of virtue as, "I might have screwed your sister, but I'll never screw your mum" and "[[AustralianRulesFootball I might barrack for Port Power, but never for the Crows.]]" The whole pretense is dropped near the end with, "I mightn't tell the truth all the time, but hey, [[CrossesTheLineTwice what's your mum's number?]]"
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* {{Music/TISM}} combined this trope with RefugeInAudacity and [[ClusterFBomb Cluster C Bomb]] to create their song "I Might Be A Cunt, But I'm Not A Fucking Cunt." The lyrics include such protestations of virtue as, "I might have screwed your sister, but I'll never screw your mum" and "[[AustralianRulesFootball "[[UsefulNotes/AustralianRulesFootball I might barrack for Port Power, but never for the Crows.]]" The whole pretense is dropped near the end with, "I mightn't tell the truth all the time, but hey, [[CrossesTheLineTwice what's your mum's number?]]"
10th Aug '15 6:55:42 AM CaptainTedium
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* Turns up in the lyrics of the Music/OingoBoingo song ''Little Girls'', which is possibly about pedophilia: --> Uh-oh! (Uhoh!) Take a second! (Take a second!)\\ Uh-oh! (Uh-oh!) It's a mistake! (It's a mistake!)\\ Uh-oh! (Uh-oh!) I'm in trouble! (I'm in trouble!)\\ Uh-oh! (Uh-oh!) The little girl was just too little, too little, too little, too little, too little!
19th Apr '15 7:08:50 AM TheWanderer
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* [[EqualsThree Your Favorite Martian]]'s "Club Villain" is a song about dance club full of [[BigBad Big Bads]], [[PsychoForHire psychos]], and monsters, where the only person to get kicked out was ChrisBrown.
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* [[EqualsThree Your Favorite Martian]]'s "Club Villain" is a song about a dance club full of [[BigBad Big Bads]], [[PsychoForHire psychos]], and monsters, where SlasherMovie monsters [[VillainsOutShopping hanging out and having a good time]]. However, when they discover that Music/ChrisBrown is in the only person to get kicked club too, they immediately kick him out. -->ComicBook/DoctorOctopus was also getting physical with [[Disney/TheLittleMermaid Ursula]]/the two were making out was ChrisBrown.and touching tentacles/Then [[Franchise/HarryPotter Voldemort]] greeted [[Franchise/StarWars Vader]] with a fist pound/they were checking out [[Franchise/XMen Mystique's]] ass next to Chris Brown. [RecordNeedleScratch] ''CHRIS BROWN?!!'' Somebody needs to throw that guy out of the club, seriously!
22nd Feb '15 8:47:48 PM PaulA
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* In Tom Smith's song ''[[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_jrqaRZ1RIU Rocket Ride]]'', he describes how sci-fi villains in the old days would "Honor a promise (even) if it meant they died, give me a villain with professional pride!"
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* In Tom Smith's Music/TomSmith's song ''[[http://www."[[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_jrqaRZ1RIU Rocket Ride]]'', Ride]]", he describes how sci-fi villains in the old days would "Honor were like this: -->They used to be angular, sneering and bald,\\ If someone got killed even they were appalled,\\ They never tortured, they never lied,\\ They'd honor a promise (even) if it meant they died, give me a villain with professional pride!"died.
22nd Dec '14 7:16:09 AM TrustBen
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Example relies on rather contentious assumption about the band.
* The song "Date Rape" by the ska-punk band Sublime is an example because the band members did a lot of shitty things, but they'd never date rape.
25th Nov '14 10:48:15 AM gkoch3
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* The Irish protest song "The Patriot Game" explicitly condones shooting police officers, but draws the line at killing deserters.
17th Nov '14 5:11:24 AM Geoduck
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* In TomLehrer's "The Irish Ballad" the little girl protagonist kills her entire family and then willingly admits to it when the police show up, because "lying, she knew, was a sin."
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* In TomLehrer's Music/TomLehrer's "The Irish Ballad" the little girl protagonist kills her entire family and then willingly admits to it when the police show up, because "lying, she knew, was a sin."
15th Sep '14 11:40:19 AM Mallic
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* T.I.S.M. combined this trope with RefugeInAudacity and [[ClusterFBomb Cluster C Bomb]] to create their song "I Might Be A Cunt, But I'm Not A Fucking Cunt." The lyrics include such protestations of virtue as, "I might have screwed your sister, but I'll never screw your mum" and "[[AustralianRulesFootball I might barrack for Port Power, but never for the Crows.]]" The whole pretense is dropped near the end with, "I mightn't tell the truth all the time, but hey, [[CrossesTheLineTwice what's your mum's number?]]"
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* T.I.S.M. {{Music/TISM}} combined this trope with RefugeInAudacity and [[ClusterFBomb Cluster C Bomb]] to create their song "I Might Be A Cunt, But I'm Not A Fucking Cunt." The lyrics include such protestations of virtue as, "I might have screwed your sister, but I'll never screw your mum" and "[[AustralianRulesFootball I might barrack for Port Power, but never for the Crows.]]" The whole pretense is dropped near the end with, "I mightn't tell the truth all the time, but hey, [[CrossesTheLineTwice what's your mum's number?]]"
26th Feb '14 6:46:19 AM RedwoodElf
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* In Tom Smith's song ''[[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_jrqaRZ1RIU Rocket Ride]]'', he describes how sci-fi villains in the old days would "Honor a promise (even) if it meant they died, give me a villain with professional pride!"
8th Dec '13 7:23:23 PM Prfnoff
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* "We're Crooks" (lyrics by Creator/PGWodehouse) makes variations on this the punchline of each verse (e.g. "we’ve never been in Congress, for we draw the line at that").
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* "We're Crooks" (lyrics by Creator/PGWodehouse) makes variations on this the punchline of each verse (e.g. "we’ve "we've never been in Congress, for we draw the line at that").
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