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9th Jul '17 5:26:32 PM RhinestoneInc
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** My Chemical Romance actually named a song "Na Na Na (Na Na Na Na Na Na Na Na Na)". Its chorus is three lines of 16 "na"s each. Their song "Destroya" also contains sections that repeat "check check check" or "uh uh uh". In fact, most of the other lyrics fit this trope as well.

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** My Chemical Romance actually named a song "Na Na Na (Na Na Na Na Na Na Na Na Na)". Its chorus is three lines of 16 "na"s each. Their (Side note that their song "Destroya" also contains sections that repeat "check check check" or "uh uh uh". In fact, most of the other lyrics fit this trope as well.)
9th Jul '17 5:13:57 PM RhinestoneInc
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* Music/ {{The Police}} song "De Do Do Do, De Da Da Da" fits this trope, for obvious reasons. ("De do do do de da da da / Is all I want to say to you")


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* Music/ {{The Police}} song "De Do Do Do, De Da Da Da" fits this trope, for obvious reasons. ("De do do do de da da da / Is all I want to say to you")

9th Jul '17 5:12:39 PM RhinestoneInc
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* Music/ {{The Police}} song "De Do Do Do, De Da Da Da" fits this trope, for obvious reasons. ("De do do do de da da da / Is all I want to say to you")

9th Jul '17 5:06:51 PM RhinestoneInc
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** My Chemical Romance actually named a song "Na Na Na (Na Na Na Na Na Na Na Na Na)". Its chorus is three lines of 16 "na"s each.

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** My Chemical Romance actually named a song "Na Na Na (Na Na Na Na Na Na Na Na Na)". Its chorus is three lines of 16 "na"s each. Their song "Destroya" also contains sections that repeat "check check check" or "uh uh uh". In fact, most of the other lyrics fit this trope as well.



* The {{Music/Gorillaz}} song "Rock It" consists mostly of the word "blah." People have variously interpreted this as incredibly deep or incredibly lazy. WordOfGod is that it's about rock stars who pump out a few good albums and then start cranking out lazy shit (hence: "I'm walking to the something, blah blah blah blah blah", among other lines).

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* The {{Music/Gorillaz}} song "Rock It" "Rockit" consists mostly of the word "blah." People have variously interpreted this as incredibly deep or incredibly lazy. WordOfGod is that it's about rock stars who pump out a few good albums and then start cranking out lazy shit (hence: "I'm walking to the something, blah blah blah blah blah", among other lines).
27th Apr '17 12:58:07 PM StFan
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* [[DianaRoss Do you know where you're going to?]]

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* [[DianaRoss [[Music/DianaRoss Do you know where you're going to?]]
21st Apr '17 7:25:39 PM LadyJaneGrey
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12th Apr '17 5:57:12 PM jamespolk
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* The Cranberries do this sometimes, for instance:

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* The Cranberries Music/TheCranberries do this sometimes, for instance:
8th Apr '17 9:44:19 AM nombretomado
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* The QueensOfTheStoneAge song "Turnin' On The Screw" has this rather cringe-worthy line:

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* The QueensOfTheStoneAge Music/QueensOfTheStoneAge song "Turnin' On The Screw" has this rather cringe-worthy line:
26th Feb '17 10:50:21 AM nombretomado
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*** Then again, they credit the line-as-written to HunterSThompson, so make of that what you will.

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*** Then again, they credit the line-as-written to HunterSThompson, Creator/HunterSThompson, so make of that what you will.
19th Feb '17 9:30:59 AM Twentington
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* The children's praise song "The Wa Wa Song" has a particularly glaring one:
-->On days when trials come\\
And my heart goes '''clippity-ping'''\\
Iím glad for Jesus Christ\\
And that He taught me how to sing
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