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*** In concert, "The Punk And The Godfather" ("We're the slaves of the phony fucking leaders") and "5:15" ("Where the fuck have I been?/Out of my brain on the 5:15").


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** In 1979, the band actually kicked opening act Music/SammyHagar off their tour because he was cursing onstage.
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* Linkin Park kept their music clean for their first two albums. So it came as a big surprise when single "Bleed It Out" came in third album Minutes to Midnight.

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* Music/LinkinPark:
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Linkin Park kept their music clean for their first two albums. So it came as a big surprise when single "Bleed It Out" came in third album Minutes "Minutes to Midnight.Midnight".



** Same with fourth album, A Thousand Suns. They have been a profanity magnet lately.

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** Same with fourth album, A "A Thousand Suns. Suns". They have been a profanity magnet lately.since.



* Music/FaithNoMore - In the song 'The Gentle Art of Making Enemies': "Happy birthday, FUCKER!" Also, later in the song: "Cause I'm the best FUCK that you ever had".
** In live performances, they usually add one to "Epic", changing "So you lay down on it and you do it some more" to "So you lay down on it and you ''fuck'' it some more". Supposedly this was how Music/MikePatton originally wrote the lyric, but someone talked him into changing it for the studio version.
* Though Music/MyChemicalRomance are no strangers to generalised, run-of-the-mill rock swearing, they also know how to strike with precision, as in ''Mama'', where they whip out two in quick succession: "But the ''shit'' that I've done with this ''fuck'' of a gun". The double-whammy just increases the power.
** Also ''I'm Not Okay (I Promise)'': "I'm not O-''fucking''-kay! You wear me out!"
* Though Music/MotionCitySoundtrack lyrics can be pretty [[ClusterFBomb foul-mouthed]] (@!#?@!, for example), there are some examples.

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* Music/FaithNoMore - In the song 'The Gentle Art of Making Enemies': "Happy birthday, FUCKER!" Also, later in the song: "Cause I'm the best FUCK that you ever had".
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had". In live performances, they usually add one to "Epic", changing "So you lay down on it and you do it some more" to "So you lay down on it and you ''fuck'' it some more". Supposedly this was how Music/MikePatton originally wrote the lyric, but someone talked him into changing it for the studio version.
* Music/MyChemicalRomance:
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Though Music/MyChemicalRomance My Chemical Romance are no strangers to generalised, run-of-the-mill rock swearing, they also know how to strike with precision, as in ''Mama'', where they whip out two in quick succession: "But the ''shit'' that I've done with this ''fuck'' of a gun". The double-whammy just increases the power.
** Also ''I'm Not Okay (I Promise)'': "I'm not O-''fucking''-kay! You wear me out!"
out!" The radio edit changes it to "I'm really not okay!".
* Though Music/MotionCitySoundtrack lyrics can be pretty [[ClusterFBomb foul-mouthed]] (@!#?@!, for example), there are some examples.examples:



* Music/WeirdAlYankovic. "Don't Download This Song". Don't believe me? Here's the final chorus:

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* Music/WeirdAlYankovic. Music/WeirdAlYankovic:
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"Don't Download This Song". Don't believe me? Here's the final chorus:



*** And another CurseCutShort in "Phony Calls". The song fades out at the end, and the phrase "pain in the ass" is almost inaudible.

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*** ** And another CurseCutShort in "Phony Calls". The song fades out at the end, and the phrase "pain in the ass" is almost inaudible.



* Music/BobDylan: "[[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WRk0nCP-rgw#t=1m12s Play it fucking loud!]]"

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* Music/BobDylan: Music/BobDylan:
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"[[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WRk0nCP-rgw#t=1m12s Play it fucking loud!]]"



* James Blunt's ''You're Beautiful'' has the line (which was naturally censored for radio broadcast):

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* James Blunt's ''You're Beautiful'' has the line (which was naturally censored to "flying" for radio broadcast):



** On ''TopGear'', he also belted out a "C'mon you little fucker!" while doing a lap in the reasonably priced car.

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** On ''TopGear'', ''Film/TopGear'', he also belted out a "C'mon you little fucker!" while doing a lap in the reasonably priced car.



* Music/{{Metallica}}'s ''...And Justice For All'' album, known as the band's "angry" album, is seething with hostility and rage at the more hypocritical elements of our society throughout. In spite of this, the album contains only one ''lyrical'' F-bomb, in the final track, "Dyers Eve." It is awesome. (The album booklet is a different story; Metallica's usual sophomoric sense of humor, rife with swear words left and right, is in full force on the album's liner notes).

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* Music/{{Metallica}}'s Music/{{Metallica}}:
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''...And Justice For All'' album, known as the band's "angry" album, is seething with hostility and rage at the more hypocritical elements of our society throughout. In spite of this, the album contains only one ''lyrical'' F-bomb, in the final track, "Dyers Eve." It is awesome. (The album booklet is a different story; Metallica's usual sophomoric sense of humor, rife with swear words left and right, is in full force on the album's liner notes).



* Music/FearFactory singer Burton C. Bell utilizes this trope at least twice in the album Demanufacture.

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* Music/FearFactory singer Burton C. Bell utilizes this trope at least twice in the album Demanufacture.Demanufacture:



* [[Music/TheWho Oh, Who the fuck are you?]] (The radio changes it to "Who the hell are you" or just edits around it.)

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* [[Music/TheWho Oh, Music/TheWho:
** "Oh,
Who the fuck are you?]] you?" (The radio changes it to "Who the hell are you" or just edits around it.)



* Music/{{Nightwish}} does this in their song Master Passion Greed. The swearing in other songs is limited to a "bastard" here and there. However, in Master Passion Greed, it's "I fuck up everything but let me explain" in the second verse.
** However, Bassist/Vocalist Marco Hietala drops the f-bomb frequently during live performances (in both English and Finnish)
* Music/LadyGaga usually makes her sexual references in songs at least slightly hidden. Her f-strikes are so well done that, for example, the f-bomb in "Poker Face" (in the line "P-p-p-p-poker face, p-p-fuck her face") was undetected for over a year (and Weird Al uses the {{Mondegreen}} version, "P-p-p-p-poker face, p-p-poker face" as censorship when covering it as part of his polka medley "Polka Face"). Also, for example, in "Monster":

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* Music/{{Nightwish}} does this in their song Master "Master Passion Greed.Greed". The swearing in other songs is limited to a "bastard" here and there. However, in Master "Master Passion Greed, Greed", it's "I fuck up everything but let me explain" in the second verse.
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verse. However, Bassist/Vocalist Marco Hietala drops the f-bomb frequently during live performances (in both English and Finnish)
* Music/LadyGaga Music/LadyGaga:
** Lady Gaga
usually makes her sexual references in songs at least slightly hidden. Her f-strikes are so well done that, for example, the f-bomb in "Poker Face" (in the line "P-p-p-p-poker face, p-p-fuck her face") was undetected for over a year (and Weird Al uses the {{Mondegreen}} version, "P-p-p-p-poker face, p-p-poker face" as censorship when covering it as part of his polka medley "Polka Face"). Also, for example, in "Monster":



* The Something Corporate song "If You C Jordan" builds up to the final "fuck you Jordan."

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* The Something Corporate Corporate:
** The
song "If You C Jordan" builds up to the final "fuck you Jordan."



* Music/AvengedSevenfold

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* Music/AvengedSevenfoldMusic/AvengedSevenfold:



* Music/ThreeDaysGrace rarely swear in the music, with the exception of "fucked up" in their song "Riot". This bit is often edited to say "messed up" when played on public radio, although the swear word wasn't used in a sexual context.

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* Music/ThreeDaysGrace Music/ThreeDaysGrace:
** Three Days Grace
rarely swear in the music, with the exception of "fucked up" in their song "Riot". This bit is often edited to say "messed up" when played on public radio, although the swear word wasn't used in a sexual context.



* Music/RiseAgainst's song "Rumors of My Demise Have Been Greatly Exaggerated" has one particularly strong F-bomb near the end:

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* Music/RiseAgainst's Music/RiseAgainst:
** The
song "Rumors of My Demise Have Been Greatly Exaggerated" has one particularly strong F-bomb near the end:



* In Music/GreenDay's song "Too Much Too Soon", there is one right in the middle, during the bridge. Swearing is prevalent with Green Day, but the way it's used in this song (especially the [[Music/AmericanIdiot Broadway version]]) is much heavier than previous swears.

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* Music/GreenDay:
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In Music/GreenDay's the song "Too Much Too Soon", there is one right in the middle, during the bridge. Swearing is prevalent with Green Day, but the way it's used in this song (especially the [[Music/AmericanIdiot Broadway version]]) is much heavier than previous swears.



* Music/BruceSpringsteen, in the song "Long Time Comin'," on the subject of raising a child:

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* Music/BruceSpringsteen, in Music/BruceSpringsteen:
** In
the song "Long Time Comin'," on the subject of raising a child:



* Music/IronMaiden's only album song with profanity (a few b-sides recorded just for laughs fit ClusterFBomb) is "Holy Smoke", with two ("Flies around shit, bees around honey" and the much more effective "I've lived in filth, I've lived in sin, and I still smell cleaner than the shit you're in!").

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* Music/IronMaiden's Music/IronMaiden:
** Their
only album song with profanity (a few b-sides recorded just for laughs fit ClusterFBomb) is "Holy Smoke", with two ("Flies around shit, bees around honey" and the much more effective "I've lived in filth, I've lived in sin, and I still smell cleaner than the shit you're in!").



* In 8 albums (roughly 5 hours of music), Music/{{Weezer}} employs the F Stike precisely once-- and Music/LilWayne, who uses curse words as punctuation, is the one who drops it, on Raditude's "Can't Stop Partying."

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* Music/{{Weezer}}:
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In 8 albums (roughly 5 hours of music), Music/{{Weezer}} Weezer employs the F Stike precisely once-- and Music/LilWayne, who uses curse words as punctuation, is the one who drops it, on Raditude's "Can't Stop Partying."



* "Stay Free", by Music/TheClash:

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* Music/TheClash:
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"Stay Free", by Music/TheClash:Free":



* "Tommy's Down Home", from [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pmwiki.php/Music/Tesla Tesla's]] live ''Five Man Acoustical Jam'' album:

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* Music/{{Tesla}}:
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"Tommy's Down Home", from [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pmwiki.php/Music/Tesla Tesla's]] Tesla's live ''Five Man Acoustical Jam'' album:



* While Amanda Palmer likes to throw the word 'Fuck' around absolutely everywhere it can fit, ''Jeep Song'' in completely swear-free except for one, mind-blowingly powerful line;

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* While Amanda Palmer Music/AmandaPalmer likes to throw the word 'Fuck' around absolutely everywhere it can fit, ''Jeep Song'' in completely swear-free except for one, mind-blowingly powerful line;



* Music/JohnnyCash's "A Boy Named Sue":

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* Music/JohnnyCash's Music/JohnnyCash:
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"A Boy Named Sue":



* Music/TheKinks' "Apeman":

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* Music/TheKinks' Music/TheKinks:
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"Apeman":



* Mumford and Sons' [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lLJf9qJHR3E Little Lion Man]]. Yes, the chorus has the f-strike, but it still must count.

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* Music/MumfordAndSons:
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Mumford and Sons' [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lLJf9qJHR3E Little Lion Man]]. Yes, the chorus has the f-strike, but it still must count.



* Music/DreamTheater's album ''Train of Thought'' has two f-strikes, one in two different songs. These are the only two times such word has been used in their discography.

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* Music/DreamTheater's Music/DreamTheater:
** The
album ''Train of Thought'' has two f-strikes, one in two different songs. These are the only two times such word has been used in their discography.



* [[Manga/KOn Houkago Tea Time]] has this happen every once in a while, if it's a song sung by Mio.
* [[Music/TheFugees And even after all my logic and my theory]]/I add a MUTHAFUCKA so you [[NWordPrivileges ign'ant niggas hear me]]

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* [[Manga/KOn ''Manga/KOn'': Houkago Tea Time]] Time has this happen every once in a while, if it's a song sung by Mio.
* [[Music/TheFugees Music/TheFugees: And even after all my logic and my theory]]/I theory/I add a MUTHAFUCKA so you [[NWordPrivileges ign'ant niggas hear me]]



* Music/{{Fun}} has this in "Some Nights": "Who the FUCK wants to die alone, all dried up in the desert sun?"
** Their first album Aim and Ignite was clean, until this moment in the 7-minute closing song "Take Your Time (Coming Home)":

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* Music/{{Fun}} Music/{{Fun}}:
** Fun
has this in "Some Nights": "Who the FUCK wants to die alone, all dried up in the desert sun?"
** Their first album Aim "Aim and Ignite Ignite" was clean, until this moment in the 7-minute closing song "Take Your Time (Coming Home)":



* Music/EmilieAutumn invokes this on her Opheliac record:

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* Music/EmilieAutumn invokes this on her Opheliac "Opheliac" record:



* Music/EltonJohn's "The Bitch Is Back". Though with that kind of a title, should one really be surprised?

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* Music/EltonJohn's Music/EltonJohn:
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"The Bitch Is Back". Though with that kind of a title, should one really be surprised?



* Music/PearlJam has a few, specially "Save You", which opens with the line "I'm gonna save you, fucker".
** "Jeremy" also drops one in the second verse when talking about how his bullying led to breaking him: "Clearly I remember picking on the boy / Seemed a harmless little fuck / Oh, but we unleashed a lion."
* Music/{{Aerosmith}} has a few ("Feedin' that fuckin' monkey on my back!", "I feel like I've been hit by a fuck", etc.). Like James Hetfield, Steven Tyler even adds some live ("I fuck with my boots on cause you fuck with my head").

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* Music/PearlJam has a few, specially "Save You", which opens with the line "I'm gonna save you, fucker".
**
fucker". "Jeremy" also drops one in the second verse when talking about how his bullying led to breaking him: "Clearly I remember picking on the boy / Seemed a harmless little fuck / Oh, but we unleashed a lion."
* Music/{{Aerosmith}} Music/{{Aerosmith}}:
** Aerosmith
has a few ("Feedin' that fuckin' monkey on my back!", "I feel like I've been hit by a fuck", etc.). Like James Hetfield, Steven Tyler even adds some live ("I fuck with my boots on cause you fuck with my head").



* More unintentional profanity: Music/TheBeatles had one example, where John Lennon is heard muttering "fuckin' hell" 2:57 into "Hey Jude."

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* Music/TheBeatles:
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More unintentional profanity: Music/TheBeatles The Beatles had one example, where John Lennon is heard muttering "fuckin' hell" 2:57 into "Hey Jude."



* Music/TheRollingStones, despite their bad boy image, hardly swore on their earlier albums, but were notably SirSwearsalot in "Star Star" from the 1972 album ''Goats Head Soup.'' The song was originally titled "Starfucker," and features Music/MickJagger repeatedly yelling "You're a starfucker, starfucker, starfucker, starfucker, star" in the chorus.

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* Music/TheRollingStones, Music/TheRollingStones:
** The Rolling Stones,
despite their bad boy image, hardly swore on their earlier albums, but were notably SirSwearsalot in "Star Star" from the 1972 album ''Goats Head Soup.'' The song was originally titled "Starfucker," and features Music/MickJagger repeatedly yelling "You're a starfucker, starfucker, starfucker, starfucker, star" in the chorus.



* Music/{{Gorillaz}}'s "Hong Kong (War Child)" from ''D-Sides''.

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* Music/{{Gorillaz}}'s Music/{{Gorillaz}}:
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"Hong Kong (War Child)" from ''D-Sides''.



* "A Boy Named Sue" by Music/JohnnyCash: "'Cause I'm the dirty (bleep) that named you Sue!" Averted, as the offending prhase, "son-of-a-bitch" is replaced by a censor's bleep.



* Music/PinkFloyd's song "Not Now John": "Fuck all that we gotta get on with these", and "Oi, where's the fucking bar John".

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* Music/PinkFloyd's Music/PinkFloyd:
** The
song "Not Now John": "Fuck all that we gotta get on with these", and "Oi, where's the fucking bar John".



* Music/JamesTaylor 's song "Steamroller" drops an MF bomb.

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* Music/JamesTaylor 's Music/JamesTaylor:
** James Taylor's
song "Steamroller" drops an MF bomb.



* Music/MileyCyrus' "Can't Be Tamed", at least [[ContractualPurity by Disney Channel star standards]]:

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* Music/MileyCyrus' Music/MileyCyrus:
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"Can't Be Tamed", at least [[ContractualPurity by Disney Channel star standards]]:



** This Will Destroy You, another instrumental band, also manages to slip some profanity in. The vinyl version of their self-titled album has this quote from ''Series/{{Deadwood}}'' etched around the center label:

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** * This Will Destroy You, another instrumental band, also manages to slip some profanity in. The vinyl version of their self-titled album has this quote from ''Series/{{Deadwood}}'' etched around the center label:



* Halestorm does this to great effect near the ending of [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RaOnipj3yc0 Here's To Us]] where Lzzy manages to shout '''Go fuck themselves!''' so enthusiastically, NO ONE can miss it.

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* Halestorm Music/{{Halestorm}} does this to great effect near the ending of [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RaOnipj3yc0 Here's To Us]] where Lzzy manages to shout '''Go fuck themselves!''' so enthusiastically, NO ONE can miss it.



* [[Music/FallOutBoy Fall Out Boy's]] music prior to Folie a Deux was lacking in the swear word department, so when a clip from their collaboration on Timbaland's Shock Value album, One and Only, was premiered on the radio, the [=DJs=] weren't expecting much trouble. Cue Patrick belting out "WIPE THAT SMILE OFF YOUR FUCKING FACE" and the [=DJs=]' nervous joking/initial shock. This was immediately followed up by the offending line repeating AGAIN in the same verse with the [=DJs=] yelling over Patrick singing "FUCKING" because they couldn't hit the delay in time.
* From 27:
--> If home is where the heart is, then we're all just fucked.

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* [[Music/FallOutBoy Fall Out Boy's]] Music/FallOutBoy's music prior to Folie "Folie a Deux Deux" was lacking in the swear word department, so when a clip from their collaboration on Timbaland's Shock Value album, One and Only, was premiered on the radio, the [=DJs=] weren't expecting much trouble. Cue Patrick belting out "WIPE THAT SMILE OFF YOUR FUCKING FACE" and the [=DJs=]' nervous joking/initial shock. This was immediately followed up by the offending line repeating AGAIN in the same verse with the [=DJs=] yelling over Patrick singing "FUCKING" because they couldn't hit the delay in time.
* 27:
**
From 27:
--> If -->If home is where the heart is, then we're all just fucked.



* Music/MaroonFive's "Makes Me Wonder"

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* Music/MaroonFive's Music/MaroonFive:
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"Makes Me Wonder"



* "[[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rjT8YpNUxY4 Burn it Down]]" by Music/{{AWOLNATION}} manages a Precision MF-Bomb, with the line "Motherfucker, burn it down".

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* Music/{{AWOLNATION}}:
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"[[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rjT8YpNUxY4 Burn it Down]]" by Music/{{AWOLNATION}} AWOLNATION manages a Precision MF-Bomb, with the line "Motherfucker, burn it down".



* {{Music/Soundgarden}} "Big Dumb Sex" is NOT a "precision" F-bomb, but a bunch of F-bombs. However, there are a couple of F-bombs that, by themselves, stand out.

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* {{Music/Soundgarden}} {{Music/Soundgarden}}'s "Big Dumb Sex" is NOT a "precision" F-bomb, but a bunch of F-bombs. However, there are a couple of F-bombs that, by themselves, stand out.out:



* {{Music/Mudhoney}} tosses one in for "You Got It." The single version includes "FUCK YOU!" right before the final chorus. The album version replaces it with "You're fucked!"

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* {{Music/Mudhoney}} {{Music/Mudhoney}}:
** Mudhoney
tosses one in for "You Got It." The single version includes "FUCK YOU!" right before the final chorus. The album version replaces it with "You're fucked!"



* Mayday Parade has a very mild one, but considering they never swear, it could be counted as one. The song "When I Get Home, You're So Dead" contains the line "I hope he's leaving you empty baby this is just a fix for such a simple little ''whore''."

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* Mayday Parade Music/MaydayParade has a very mild one, but considering they never swear, it could be counted as one. The song "When I Get Home, You're So Dead" contains the line "I hope he's leaving you empty baby this is just a fix for such a simple little ''whore''."



* Music/BruceCockburn's "Call It Democracy":

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* Music/BruceCockburn's Music/BruceCockburn:
**
"Call It Democracy":



* ''Music/{{Nightwish}}'', in "Master Passion Greed" - "I FUCK up everything, but let me explain!"



* Music/{{Nickelback}} used one in one of their more recent songs "It Must be Nice" in which the main line of the chorus is "Your life's a God damn fairy tale" except for the last line which opts it out for "Your life's a '''fucking''' fairy tale"

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* Music/{{Nickelback}} used one in one of their more recent songs "It Must be Nice" in which the main line of the chorus is "Your life's a God damn fairy tale" except for the last line which opts it out for "Your life's a '''fucking''' fairy tale"tale"
* Music/WithinTemptation songs generally contain no profanity. "And We Run" is a collab with Xzbit. In his [[AWildRapperAppears rap portion]] he uses the word "motherfucker".
13th Sep '17 9:32:23 PM Raposa6598
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* Music/{{Nickelback}} used one in one of their more recent songs "It Must be Nice" in which the main line of the chorus is "Your life's a God damn fairy tale" except for the last verse which opts it out for "Your life's a '''fucking''' fairy tale"

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* Music/{{Nickelback}} used one in one of their more recent songs "It Must be Nice" in which the main line of the chorus is "Your life's a God damn fairy tale" except for the last verse line which opts it out for "Your life's a '''fucking''' fairy tale"
13th Sep '17 9:28:22 PM Raposa6598
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* BIGMAMA, who make a fairly frequent habit of [[GratuitousEnglish singing in English]], have a couple of songs with violent precision strikes; "Tereize no Tameiki" ends with a pointed "Go fuck yourself," and the otherwise calm and contemplative "Ai wa Harinezumi no Youni" drops an incongruous "holy shit" mid-verse.

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* BIGMAMA, who make a fairly frequent habit of [[GratuitousEnglish singing in English]], have a couple of songs with violent precision strikes; "Tereize no Tameiki" ends with a pointed "Go fuck yourself," and the otherwise calm and contemplative "Ai wa Harinezumi no Youni" drops an incongruous "holy shit" mid-verse.mid-verse.
* Music/{{Nickelback}} used one in one of their more recent songs "It Must be Nice" in which the main line of the chorus is "Your life's a God damn fairy tale" except for the last verse which opts it out for "Your life's a '''fucking''' fairy tale"
4th Sep '17 9:12:19 PM Peteman
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* Music/IanDury's Plaistow Patricia [[InvertedTrope inverts this so hard]] and [[ExaggeratedTrope played so extreme]] with the first line being "ARSEHOLES BASTARDS FUCKING CUNTS AND PRICKS"

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* Music/IanDury's Plaistow Patricia [[InvertedTrope inverts this so hard]] this]] and [[ExaggeratedTrope played so extreme]] with the first line being "ARSEHOLES BASTARDS FUCKING CUNTS AND PRICKS"
3rd Sep '17 4:51:24 AM GrammarNavi
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* In 8 albums (roughly 5 hours of music), {{Weezer}} employs the F Stike precisely once-- and LilWayne, who uses curse words as punctuation, is the one who drops it, on Raditude's "Can't Stop Partying."

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* In 8 albums (roughly 5 hours of music), {{Weezer}} Music/{{Weezer}} employs the F Stike precisely once-- and LilWayne, Music/LilWayne, who uses curse words as punctuation, is the one who drops it, on Raditude's "Can't Stop Partying."
2nd Sep '17 2:11:48 PM nombretomado
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* [[Music/MichaelJackson Michael]] and JanetJackson's "Scream", a very angry and confrontational song, features this in one of the last choruses. Notable because Music/MichaelJackson usually shied away from profanity.

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* [[Music/MichaelJackson Michael]] and JanetJackson's Music/JanetJackson's "Scream", a very angry and confrontational song, features this in one of the last choruses. Notable because Music/MichaelJackson usually shied away from profanity.
14th Aug '17 4:26:59 PM TargetOnMyBack
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* [[Music/FallOutBoy Fall Out Boy's]] music prior to Folie a Deux was lacking in the swear word department, so when a clip from their collaboration on Timbaland's Shock Value album, One and Only, was premiered on the radio, the [=DJs=] weren't expecting much trouble. Queue Patrick belting out "WIPE THAT SMILE OFF YOUR FUCKING FACE" and the [=DJs=]' nervous joking/initial shock. This was immediately followed up by the offending line repeating AGAIN in the same verse with the [=DJs=] yelling over Patrick singing "FUCKING" because they couldn't hit the delay in time.

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* [[Music/FallOutBoy Fall Out Boy's]] music prior to Folie a Deux was lacking in the swear word department, so when a clip from their collaboration on Timbaland's Shock Value album, One and Only, was premiered on the radio, the [=DJs=] weren't expecting much trouble. Queue Cue Patrick belting out "WIPE THAT SMILE OFF YOUR FUCKING FACE" and the [=DJs=]' nervous joking/initial shock. This was immediately followed up by the offending line repeating AGAIN in the same verse with the [=DJs=] yelling over Patrick singing "FUCKING" because they couldn't hit the delay in time.
28th Jul '17 9:31:54 PM runeprana
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* BIGMAMA, who make a fairly frequent habit of [[GratuitousEnglish singing in English]], have a couple of songs with violent precision strikes; predictably, "Thank You is [[CensoredTitle Fxxk You]]" has one after the music ends:
-->It may be bad and good
-->What a convenient magic word... '''FUCK! YOOOOOOOOOU!!'''
** "Tereize no Tameiki" also ends with a pointed "Go fuck yourself," and the otherwise calm and contemplative "Ai wa Harinezumi no Youni" drops an incongruous "holy shit" mid-verse.

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* BIGMAMA, who make a fairly frequent habit of [[GratuitousEnglish singing in English]], have a couple of songs with violent precision strikes; predictably, "Thank You is [[CensoredTitle Fxxk You]]" has one after the music ends:
-->It may be bad and good
-->What a convenient magic word... '''FUCK! YOOOOOOOOOU!!'''
**
"Tereize no Tameiki" also ends with a pointed "Go fuck yourself," and the otherwise calm and contemplative "Ai wa Harinezumi no Youni" drops an incongruous "holy shit" mid-verse.
25th Jul '17 11:22:25 PM runeprana
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-->Yeah, we fuck and then we fight

to:

-->Yeah, we fuck and then we fightfight
* BIGMAMA, who make a fairly frequent habit of [[GratuitousEnglish singing in English]], have a couple of songs with violent precision strikes; predictably, "Thank You is [[CensoredTitle Fxxk You]]" has one after the music ends:
-->It may be bad and good
-->What a convenient magic word... '''FUCK! YOOOOOOOOOU!!'''
** "Tereize no Tameiki" also ends with a pointed "Go fuck yourself," and the otherwise calm and contemplative "Ai wa Harinezumi no Youni" drops an incongruous "holy shit" mid-verse.
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