* Cee Lo Green's "Fuck You." Oh yeah.
* "Closer" by NineInchNails does a lot with four F-Strikes. Like an animal.
* KateNash's cute, bubbly pop song, 'Doo-Wah-Doo', ends with this line:
--> Well I think she's a bitch.
* 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.
--> Here we go for the hundredth time, handgrenade pins in every line.
--> Throw 'em up and let something shine, going out of my ''fucking'' mind!
** Same with fourth album, A Thousand Suns. They have been a profanity magnet lately.
--> Talk a lot of ''shit'' and yet you don't know, fire on the way make us all say whoa,
--> The people up top and the people down low get down, and I'm running it like that,
--> The front of the attack is exactly where I'm at, somewhere between the kick and the hi-hat
--> The pen and the contact, the pitch and the contract, so get with the combat
--> I'm letting you know, there ain't ''shit'' you can say to make me back down, whore.
* 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".
* Though MotionCitySoundtrack lyrics can be pretty [[ClusterFBomb foul-mouthed]] (@!#?@!, for example), there are some examples.
** "Her Words Destroyed My Planet" replaces the line, "I stall before I start" with "It's all my ''FUCKING'' fault" in the penultimate chorus.
** In "Attractive Today" there's the line "I'm also fed up with the ''FUCKING'' common cold".
* Don Henley's album ''Inside Job'' drops a single F-bomb in the entire album - in the title song, right where he wants you to pay the most attention.
* [[DoomMetal Reverend Bizarre]]'s song "The Wandering Jew": "[[CrowningMomentOfAwesome But I don't FUCKING care, because the end is near, HA!]]"
* "Devil Went Down to Georgia" by the Charlie Daniels Band:
-->"I told you once, you son of a bitch, I'm the best there's ever been."
** Averted on the radio version, where the line is changed to "...you son of a gun..."
* Music/WeirdAlYankovic. "Don't Download This Song". Don't believe me? Here's the final chorus:
-->Don't download this song\\
Or you'll burn in Hell before too long (and you'll deserve it!)\\
Go and buy the CD (just buy it!) like you know that you should (you cheap ''bastard''!)\\
Oh, don't download this song
** In "Another Tattoo", he gets in a CurseCutShort at the end of the song.
*** And another CurseCutShort in "Phony Calls". The song fades out at the end, and the phrase "pain in the ass" is almost inaudible.
** From "Jerry Springer", courtesy of frequent collaborator Tress [=MacNeille=]: "Woofie, you ''bitch''!"
* BobDylan: "[[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WRk0nCP-rgw#t=1m12s Play it fucking loud!]]"
** Also "Hurricane" ("Had no idea what kinda shit was about to go down") and "George Jackson" ("He wouldn't take shit from no one")
* James Blunt's ''You're Beautiful'' has the line (which was naturally censored for radio broadcast):
-->"She could see from my face that I was
-->"Fucking high."
** On ''TopGear'', he also belted out a "C'mon you little fucker!" while doing a lap in the reasonably priced car.
* ''Graffiti the World'' by Rehab is about how warped and abusive the world really is. It's kept clean until the very last line:
-->"I realized just how tainted our thinking really is while in New York when I saw a teenager being arrested for taggin' a '''''fuckin'''''' wall."
* {{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).
** The sticker on ''Master of Puppets'' warns us that there'd be only one song on the whole album with major swearing: "Damage, Inc.", which has THREE Precision F Strikes.
*** More specifically, "Slamming through, don't '''FUCK''' with razorback", and "'''FUCK''' it all and '''FUCKING''' no regrets"
*** This second line is repeated in "St. Anger"
** James Hetfield also makes it a habit during live performances to switch more innocuous words with a Precision F Strike. You can hear it the live versions of "The Four Horsemen" ("Time, it's taken a '''SHIT''' on you, the lines that crack your face"), "Master of Puppets" ("Dedicated to... HOW I'M '''FUCKING''' YOU!"), "One" ("Tied to machines that make me be... CUT THIS '''SHIT''' OFF FROM ME!), and" Enter Sandman" ("I'll '''FUCK''' you in, warm within, keep you free from sin 'till the Sandman comes").
* Music/FearFactory singer Burton C. Bell utilizes this trope at least twice in the album Demanufacture.
** in the title track, he just yells "'''FUCK!'''" before a brief interlude.
** "(H-K) Hunter-Killer" has the line "They '''FUCKING''' say!" twice.
* Some versions of "The End" by TheDoors don't finish the sentence "Mother, I want to..." Others do.
* Both Music/{{Slipknot}} and Music/{{Disturbed}} avoid using any cussing in their third albums, much unlike their previous work. The albums that came after that (''All Hope is Gone'' and ''Indestructible'' respectively) used the swearing that was there sparingly.
* Music/MeatLoaf's song "Life Is a Lemon and I Want My Money Back" on the album "Bat Out of Hell II" features the rare use of a swear word (ass) by him.
* Music/JonathanCoulton does this several times, and you can spot someone who hasn't heard the song by the fact they do a double-take. For example, in "First of May", it happens in the chorus:
-->"It's the first of May, first of May, outdoor fucking starts today..."
* Another one on "Sticking it to myself":
-->"I'm trying to figure something, makes me feel, like I'd do anything it takes to be a fucking winner now!"
* [[Music/TheWho Oh, Who the fuck are you?]] (The radio changes it to "Who the hell are you" or just edits around it.)
** From ''Doctor Jimmy'': "Her fella's gonna kill me? OH FUCKING WILL HE?"
** And, in a RealLife example, Townshend telling Abbie Hoffman to "get off my fucking stage" when the latter interrupted their set at {{Woodstock}} to bitch about John Sinclair's imprisonment for marijuana possession.
* [[Music/MichaelJackson Michael]] and JanetJackson's "Scream", a very angry and confrontational song, features this in one of the last choruses. Notable because MichaelJackson usually shied away from profanity.
-->Stop ''pressurin''' me,
-->Stop ''pressurin''' me,
-->Stop ''fuckin''' with me,
-->Makes me wanna ''scream''
** To be specific, the ''HIStory'' album had a lot of angry songs where Mr. Jackson would swear. This Time Around said "shit", while Morphine said "shit" and "bitch".
--->Somebody's out
--->Somebody's out to get me
--->They really wanna fix me, hit me
--->But this time around I'm taking no ''shit''
--->Though you really wanna get me
--->You really wanna get me
* 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":
-->I asked my girlfriend if I'd seen him 'round before
-->She mumbled something as we got down on the floor, baby
-->We might have '''fucked''', not really sure, don't quite recall
-->But something tells me that I've seen him, yeah
** She also says "shit" in Paparazzi: "snap snap to that shit on the radio".
* Midtown gives a great example on "As Long As We Keep Our Bodies Numb, We're Safe". After the first verse and chorus, the song goes into a short instrumental bridge. Then the music suddenly stops and we are treated to a loud and enthusiastic "Fuck what you know!" Especially funny considering the name of the album was Forget What You Know.
* The Something Corporate song "If You C Jordan" builds up to the final "fuck you Jordan."
** Same band: ''My Konstantine.'' After most of the way through a nine-minute, quiet, introspective song that has used exactly one "damn" and exactly one "hell" in situations when stronger words might have been appropriate... "This is to a girl who got into my head with all those ''fucked-up'' things I did." Emphasis is the song's, and the sheer viciousness makes it seem very precise.
* Music/AlanisMorissette with her song "You Oughta Know." Although the song has a number of sex references, none are as blatant as the line "Are you thinking of me when you fuck her?"
* Music/APerfectCircle holds off on the cursing until near the end of "Passive" (repeating the line "passive-aggressive bullshit" over and over as the song fades out), but they only use the F-word twice in the song. The first time just sounds like an agitated "You fucking disappoint me," but the second time is a much more profound "You ''FUCKING'' disappoint me!!" First f-strike comes around [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DSPFnrrhB1M 3:05]] and the second will follow afterwards.
* A brilliant tactical F strike from BlocParty's "Positive Tension":
--> Why'd you have to get so hysterical?
--> Why'd you have to get so hysterical? (6x)
--> Why'd you have to get...'''so fuckin' useless?'''
** ...it works in context.
* Music/AvengedSevenfold
** [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=88PrhXg9D-8 Critical Acclaim]] has no less than THREE, one at the beginning of the first verse and two in M Shadow's rants following the first and second choruses.
** [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=B1Bi1c9LmhU Nightmare]] "It's your fucking nightmare."
* 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.
** The chorus of Three Days Grace's "Over-rated" has the line "Your shit is overrated," which is repeated many times, and "gone forever" has the line "so I'll stay out all night, get drunk and fuck and fight." Adam Gontier also swears a lot during live performances. Still, Three Days Grace is usually pretty conservative with their profanity in comparison to other bands and recording artists out there.
** From "Wake Up"
-->I must be running out of luck,
-->'Cause you're just not drunk enough to fuck
* Despite their tendency to swear profusely in interviews the brothers Gallagher have only had two songs featuring the word fuck in their discography, the track 'Fuckin' In The Bushes' from Standing On The Shoulder Of Giants, where the eponymous phrase is uttered by a recording (there is no actual vocal on the song), and the Liam-written, 'Pass Me Down The Wine', a b-side to the single 'The Importance Of Being Idle'.
* Music/RiseAgainst's song "Rumors of My Demise Have Been Greatly Exaggerated" has one particularly strong F-bomb near the end:
-->We came in search of answers.
-->We left empty handed again.
-->Shots fired into the sky are now returning.
-->Where the fuck will you hide?
** Because Rise Against rarely use any unsavoury language, any song that has cursing could be considered this.
** The entire album could be considered a precision strike, as ''Siren Song of the Counter Culture'' avoided the dreaded sticker despite having a couple noticeable fucks (By comparison, the next release ''The Sufferer and the Witness'' has the sticker for swearing in a single song).
** From the Endgame album in the song Survivor Guilt
-->The shout out from their pedestals
-->with words like courage and resolve
-->but what they meant was fuck em all
-->cause freedom isn't free
* An obscure protopunk group from the 70s, the Electric Eels, released a 1991 compilation album titled "God Says Fuck You."
* Music/ToriAmos's song "The Waitress" has one, in the loud, shrill chorus following the quiet, subdued tones in the verses
-->But I believe in peace
-->I believe in peace, '''BITCH'''
* In 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 [[AmericanIdiot Broadway version]]) is much heavier than previous swears.
** When ''Dookie'' was first released, swearing in mainstream music was not as common as it became a few years later, so when Billie Joe utters the lyrics "You're fucking lazy" in the leadoff single "Longview", it was a shock to a lot of people who weren't used to it.
* BruceSpringsteen, in the song "Long Time Comin'," on the subject of raising a child:
-->"I Reach 'neath your shirt, lay my hands across your belly
-->And feel another one kickin' inside
-->And I ain't gonna fuck it up this time"
** Also, in the song "Queen of the Supermarket:"
-->"As I lift my groceries into my cart
-->I turn back for a moment and catch a smile
-->That blows this whole fucking place apart"
* The Mighty Lemon Drop's ''[[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3NqSHdXzp5k All The Way]]''
-->I push the door but the key don't fit.
-->'Can't take no more of this fucking shit.
* OTOH, JohnLennon's solo "Working Class Hero" has these two doozies:
--->They hurt you at home and they hit you at school\\
They hate you if you're clever and they despise a fool\\
Till you're so fucking crazy you can't follow their rules\\
...\\
Keep you doped up with religion and sex and TV\\
And you think you're so clever and classless and free\\
But you're still fucking peasants as far as I can see
* 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!").
** Related to Maiden, on the forum Maidenfans, the song "Paschendale" is usually known as "Paschenfuckingdale", PFD for short, for being a CrowningMusicOfAwesome.
* Music/FooFighters:
** While this band does have a few songs with swearing, "Word Forward" is the one that works best:
-->Years that I've wasted\\
These I owe you's\\
They're just fucking words!
** "Monkey Wrench" is also notable:
-->...EVERY SINGLE WORD YOU SAID\\
AND ALL THE '''SHIT'''\\
THAT SOMEHOW CAME ALONG WITH IT!
* 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."
-->And the unusual is the fuckin' usual
-->Man my life is beauitful, and my girls are mutual
** There is also one F Strike on the full-band version of "My Brain (Is Workin' Overtime)," but this version was never officially released. Rivers Cuomo's officially-released solo version omits the entire verse.
-->I tell the world to fuck itself
-->Cause who decides what's sick or healthy?
* [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3yvN72HDU-c ''The Assumption Song'']] narrowly avoids using swear words throughout most of the song, and has a single dirty word at the end.
* "Stay Free", by TheClash:
-->When you lot get out\\
We're gonna hit the town\\
We'll burn it fuckin' down\\
To a cinder
** Also in "Death Or Glory"
-->I believe in this, and it's been tested by research
-->That he who fucks nuns will later join the church
* "Tommy's Down Home", from Tesla's live ''Five Man Acoustical Jam'' album:
-->Well, I'm a country boy from Nashville, Tennessee\\
[[PunctuatedForEmphasis Don't. Fuck. With me.]]
* A strange example with {{Bjork}}'s video for "[[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rCtzQ6KbWWY Alarm Call]]":
-->I'm no fucking buddhist, but thus is enlightenment
* {{Paramore}}'s lyricist Hayley Williams has never sworn in a song (unless you count "whore" as a swear word, which in itself could be a Precision F Strike for a band like them) so there was quite a commotion when her solo song Teenagers was released containing the line "don't ask me where I'll go, 'cause frankly I don't know and I don't give a shit."
* 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;
--> I guess it's just my stupid luck/that all of Boston/drives the same ''black fucking truck''
** [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Q9WZtxRWieM In my mind]]
* [[SufjanStevens Sufjan Stevens]] never released a song with profanity until 2010's "I Want to Be Well," repeating the line "I'm not fucking around" in the chorus [[ClusterFBomb 16 times]].
* Toad The Wet Sprocket's "Hold Her Down" is their only song to include any cursing ("and they don't know her, but what the fuck, they've got nothing else they can do"). It's about outrage on behalf of a rape victim, which is probably why they considered it a justified use.
* The normally quiet and polite Cowboy Junkies drop one in the feminism-tinged "Floorboard Blues." Cue howls of approval from the audience, and a "[[ContentWarnings Parental Advisory]]" sticker from the record company.
-->Don't accuse me of runnin' scared, listen to what I'm sayin'
-->It's a fucked up ol' world, mama, but this ol' girl, well... she ain't givin' in.
* The only song in BillyJoel's entire recorded output to contain an F-bomb is "Laura", from ''The Nylon Curtain''.
-->Here I am, feeling like a fucking fool.
* Music/JohnnyCash's "A Boy Named Sue":
-->'Cause I'm the son of a bitch that named you Sue!
** And "Cocaine Blues"
-->99 years underneath that ground; I can't forget the day I shot that ''bad bitch'' down!
** Curiously, the "son of a bitch" was bleeped out of the original recording of ''Live at San Quentin'' ... even though, in the earlier ''Folsom Prison'' album, the "bad bitch" line from "Cocaine Blues" and Johnny's line about how "you can't say 'shit' or 'hell'" (cited in the Film examples above) stayed in the recording unaltered.
* TheKinks' "Apeman":
-->I look out the window but I can't see the sky\\
The air pollution is a-fuckin' up my eyes
** As a way of GettingCrapPastTheRadar (since it ''was'' put out as a single) the lyric sheet claimed it was "the air pollution is a-''foggin''' up my eyes".
** At the end of their live performances of "Lola", as seen on the first video album, ''One for the Road'', Ray Davies would often yell, "Lo-fucking-la!" Conveniently, that time they followed that one up with a performance of "Low Budget", which kind of sounds like the F strike, in an attempt to mask it to first-time viewers.
* While the band Behemoth is no stranger to using the f-word in their music, the song "Slaves Shall Serve" is a perfect invocation of this trope, at the song's climax, screaming the name of the song 8 times, ending it with '''"SLAVES!!! SHALL!!!''' '''''FUCKING''''' '''SERVE!!!"'''
* 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.
-->It was not your fault but mine, and it was your heart on the line, I really ''FUCKED'' it up this time, didn't I my dear?
** The fact that this is the only time that they've used the word (or any cursing, for that matter) in all the songs they've written so far gives it that much more of an impact.
** "Broken Crown" from their second album also shares the chorus f-strike.
-->So crawl on my belly 'til the sun goes down, I'll never wear your broken crown
-->I took the road and I fucked it all away. Now, in this twilight how dare you speak of grace?
* 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.
* {{Pretenders}} began their career with one. "Precious", the opening track from their debut album, lands one conspicuously at the end of the bridge leading into the final chorus:
--> "But not me, baby, I'm too precious, fuck off!"
** The rest of the album explores the common pop-song subjects of sex, relationships, domestic violence, and gang rape in relatively clean language.
* Hamell On Trial's "John Lennon" is a spoken-word ballad about his attempt as a teenager to meet John Lennon. After a very lengthy setup, he finally does, and...
-->''JohnLennon'' looked down on me and said
-->"FUCK OFF!"
-->[[ShootTheShaggyDog It sucked to be me. I hit the men's room.]]
* [[Manga/KOn Houkago Tea Time]] has this happen every once in a while, if it's a song sung by Mio.
* [[TheFugees And even after all my logic and my theory]]/I add a MUTHAFUCKA so you [[NWordPrivileges ign'ant niggas hear me]]
* Touch & Go's "Tango In Harlem" has one, when the narrator talks about being mugged and refusing to hand over the $50 she has on her, instead telling her attacker "Fuck you!". It's also a CrowningMomentOfFunny.
* On DevinTownsend's ''Deconstruction'', the singular f-bomb is dropped pretty early on in the first track "Praise the Lowered". "Smoke that FUCKING weed, boy!", the reason this is so effective is because Devin hasn't said "Fuck" on any of his records since the last StrappingYoungLad album, plus the obvious emphasis on that one line makes it even better.
* Music/{{U2}}: "And a fucked-up world it is, too" in "Wake Up Dead Man". The one time they've used it in a song, EVER, so it's rather jarring, especially in the last song on the album.
* EnterShikari do this excellently in their [[SelfTitledAlbum song]] Enter Shikari. The first word in the first song on their first album is singer Rou Reynolds shouting 'SHIT!', backed up by people screaming. Now that's a precision strike.
* [[Music/{{CAKE}} CAKE's]] cover of "I Will Survive" changes the lyric "stupid lock" to "fucking lock". Gloria Gaynor was not pleased.
* PanicAtTheDisco had "Lying Is The Most Fun a Girl Can Have Without Taking Her Clothes Off". They rarely said anything worse than "whore" and "goddamn".
--> I have more wit, a better kiss, a hotter touch, a better '''fuck'''.
* Skeletonwitch: FIIIYAAAARRR FROM THE MOOOTHEEEER '''FUCKING''' SKKKKKYYYYYYYYYYYYY!!!!
* Music/{{Fun}} has this in "Some Nights": "Who the FUCK wants to die alone, all dried up in the desert sun?"
** Their first album was clean, until this moment in the 7-minute closing song "Take Your Time (Coming Home)":
-->If it's true, then what the fuck have I been doing the last six years?
* EmilieAutumn invokes this on her Opheliac record:
** Misery Loves Company: Pray for me you fuckers if you fucking dare
** I Know Where You Sleep: I (fucked) you/I can never live it down, never live it down
** Thank God I'm Pretty: Everybody thinks that I'm a fucking suicide girl
** God Help Me: Don't make me choose, I've got too much to fucking lose!
** Marry Me: So I'll fuck who I choose for I've nothing to lose ...
* Normally fairly mellow country singer Gillian Welch sneaks one into "Revelator", half-slurred enough that most people don't notice:
-->Leavin' the valley
-->Fuckin' outta sight
* Music/EltonJohn's "The Bitch Is Back". Though with that kind of a title, should one really be surprised?
** "Dirty Little Girl" and "Your Sister Can't Twist (But She Can Rock And Roll)" would be a better examples.
* 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").
** "Eat the Rich" has its fair share of profanity, but in one of the last line of the third chorus, it's done perfectly:
--> I believe in rags to riches,
--> Your inheritance won't last
--> So take your Grey Poupon, my friend,
--> AND SHOVE IT UP YOUR ASS!
* {{Pink}} certainly isn't afraid to swear, but it tends to be specific. For example, the chorus of "Last to Know":
-->You could have called me up to wish me luck
-->You could have called me back you stupid fuck
* Music/GunsNRoses, known for being SirSwearsalot in many of their songs (including "It's So Easy", "Out ta Get Me", "One in a Million", "You're (Fucking) Crazy", "Perfect Crime", "Get in the Ring", "Buick Mackane/Big Dumb Sex", and "I Don't Care About You"), is surprisingly restrained on ''Chinese Democracy'', which has only two F-words across 14 songs, only one of which is used by lead singer/resident [[SmallNameBigEgo egotist]] W. Axl Rose (in "Riad and the Bedouins"), the other F-word being spoken by Creator/GeneHackman in a sample from ''MississippiBurning'' featured in the song "Madagascar".
* 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"
* Australian musician Josh Pyke's [[TheSomethingSong "The Lighthouse Song"]] is a mellow little love song with this line in the chorus:
-->I'll just hold you tight/And we'll not let those fuckers in
* Creator/AlexDay swears once in his entire discography. In a song about ''Mario Kart''.
-->Fucking Waluigi stole my victory!
* On the {{UNKLE}} album ''Psyence Fiction'', the track "Guns Blazing" the swears are bleeped out until about two-thirds of the way through the song:
--> "Bitch nigga with the audacity to blaspheme me / Got yourself caught in a motherfuckin' tragedy"
* The Kingsmen's cover of "Louie Louie" contains an unintentional example: one of the band members shouts "Fuck!" after making a mistake.
* Future Perfect - St. Perfect: "You're Saint '''fucking''' Perfect in disguise". This is the sole reason for the album's Parental Advisory warning.
* Shiny Toy Guns' "Le Disko" has the line "gonna fuck up your ego".
* Music/{{Gorillaz}}'s "Hong Kong (War Child)" from ''D-Sides''.
-->Pick the shit up and leave it clean
** "Poo knows his [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3s665SgP0U8 shit!]]"
* Hole's "I Think That I Would Die" with "FUCK! YOU!"
* Groove Coverage, in "Run Away": "No, I am not your f([[SoundEffectBleep bleep]])ing second choice".
* "Girl on the Billboard" by Del Reeves: "Sleepy headed painter said the girl wasn't real, better get the (bleep) on my way!" Averted, as the offending word, most likely "fuck," is replaced by an electric guitar riff.
* "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.
* {{Ayria}} does this twice in the {{title track}} of ''Debris'': "I never want to end up so fucking jaded like you", and "You still try to fight? Well FUCK YOU!"
* "Stupidity", by FrontLineAssembly featuring Al Jourgensen of Music/{{Ministry}}, does this several times, although not to the point of ClusterFBomb, e.g. "I just look around at all these dumb motherfuckers..." during the spoken word section, and "Go fuck yourself!" at the end.
* Music/PinkFloyd in their song "Pigs (Three Different Ones)": "You fucked up old hag, haha, charade you are."
** "Lost For Words" - "But they tell me to please go fuck myself".
* JamesTaylor 's song "Steamroller" drops an MF bomb.
** His live cover of "Summertime Blues" changes one line to "You can't drive the car, ''and you fucking make me sick!''"
* ElliottSmith, in "Pictures of Me":
-->"Jailer who sells / Personal hells / Who'd like to see me down on / My fucking knees"
* Pavement, in "Range Life":
-->"Out on tour with Music/TheSmashingPumpkins/ Nature kids, I--they don't have no function / I don't understand what they mean / And I could really give a fuck"
* And lest we forget quite possibly the best PrecisionFStrike in rock history, from the intro to "Kick Out The Jams" by Music/{{MC5}}:
-->"Right now, right now, right now, it's time to... [{{Beat}}] ...'''KICK OUT THE JAMS, MOTHERFUCKERS!!!'''"
* [[http://www.youtube.com/user/TarbyRocks Tarby]] isn't known for particularly clean lyrics, but his song "[[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8jL0HFjP10I Petrified]]" manages to contain one. The song contains no swearing, except during the second verse: "Cower there until the dawn and pray to hell they're [[AtomicFBomb FUCKING]] gone!"
* MileyCyrus' "Can't Be Tamed", at least [[ContractualPurity by Disney Channel star standards]]:
-->If there's a question about my intentions, I'll tell you
-->I'm not here to sell you
-->Or tell you to go to '''hell''' ([[[HeliumSpeech I'm not a brat like that]])
** From "We Can't Stop" (then again, the album it's on has clean and [[DarkerAndEdgier explicit lyrics]] versions):
-->If you're not ready to go home
-->Can I get a "'''Hell''', no!"
** There are two uses of "damn" in "Hit The Lights" by SelenaGomez; Radio Disney edits out both instances.
** "[[EmilyOsment I hate the homecoming queen]], I'm pretty '''damn''' sure she can't stand me!"
* Creator/{{Chamillionaire}} made an effort to clean up his language, including complete avoidance of the N word (according to him, he made the decision after he noticed that [[WhyFandomCantHaveNiceThings a bunch of his white fans started singing/rapping along whenever the N word came up during his concerts]]) for his sophomore effort, ''Ultimate Victory'', but still got in a "hell yeah" in "Hip Hop Police"; Radio Disney applies GoshDangItToHeck when broadcasting the song.
* From John Prine's "Please Don't Bury Me", about a man who wills that his various body parts be donated to various sources after he dies:
-->Send my mouth way down south, and kiss my ass goodbye!
* Maybe one of the most impressive musical examples is by {{Music/Explosions in the Sky}}, a band whose music doesn't even have lyrics. They do occasionally incorporate spoken audio recordings into their songs, and the words "We're fucked" can be heard in "Day Three." (Justified in that the whole record is a ConceptAlbum about the band's experience spending eight days in a stranger's attic after their van broke down. The voice recordings in that track were made by the band members as the whole thing was happening.)
** 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:
-->"I may have fucked my life up flatter than hammered shit, but I stand before you today beholden to no human cocksucker."
* 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.
* The ThrashMetal band Toxik combined this with a positively ''ear-splitting'' MetalScream in their anti-war ProtestSong "Door to Hell":
-->Haitian children consumed by the millions for whom? For [[TheReasonYouSuckSpeech YOU]]!
-->Millions of our boys sucked in by the game
-->Don't ask your task, IT'S A FUCKING '''SHAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAME!'''
* Thus far into their long career, The Music/FlamingLips have only released two songs with any strong language in them: ProtestSong "The W.A.N.D." includes the lyric "We got the power now, motherfuckers", while "You Lust" opens with the lines "You got a lot of nerve / a lot of nerve to fuck with me".
* MiracleOfSound has this line in "[[Series/GameOfThrones Halfman's Song]]'':
-->Cut through all their shit with my brazen wit
-->Molding puppets from their minds of clay
* The SaraBareilles song "Sweet and Whole" reaches almost ClusterFBomb levels of this, and other than "Bottle It Up" is the only time she has ever swore in her catalog.
* [[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.
* From 27:
--> If home is where the heart is, then we're all just fucked.
** And in "Save Rock & Roll":
--> So FUCK YOU, YOU CAN GO CRY ME AN OCEAN, and leave me be
* MaroonFive's "Makes Me Wonder"
--> I still don't have a reason. And you don't have the time.
--> And it really makes me wonder if I ever gave a ''fuck'' about you.
** "Harder to Breathe".
** "Payphone" would have been a relativley clean song, if not for:
--> All those fairy tales are full of shit
--> One more ''fucking'' love song, I'll be sick (Edited to "full of it" and "stupid love song" for radio.)
*** This isn't even getting to Wiz Khalifa's guest verse, in which his opening line is, "Man, fuck that shit!" No surprise that most non-rap stations replace his rap with an alternate bridge.
* {{Music/Magazine}} have a certain precise restraint to their use of language. And "Permafrost" is a stunningly bleak song, especially for a late '70s composition from a band with no apparent interest in punky shock for its own sake:
-->As the day stops dead,
-->At the place where we're lost,
-->I will drug you and fuck you,
-->On the permafrost...
* The English rock band {{Music/Muse}} has two songs with this:
** "Panic Station" on the album "The 2nd Law"
--> Do what the fuck you want to
--> There’s no one to appease
** "Crying Shame", the B-Side for "Supermassive Black Hole":
--> We demolish too much
--> And (yeah) we've really fucked it up
* "[[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".
** "Jump on My Shoulders":
--> Seriously. It's NOT SUPPOSED TO BE EASY! THAT'S WHY IT FEELS SO ''F--KING'' GOOD!
* {{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.
** "Fu-fu-fu-fu-FUCK YOU!!!" right before the solo
** "FFFFFUUUUUUUUCCCCCCCKKKKKKKKKKKK YYYYYYYYOOOOOOOOOOOOOUUUUUUUUUUUUUUU!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!" at the end.
* 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''."
* Sara Hickman, the folk-rock-pop performer known for her singles "Simply" and "I Couldn't Help Myself," normally sings very gentle tunes. Nevertheless, she drops the bomb (spoken, not sung) in her selection "Dump Truck" on the ''Misfits'' album:
--> "Yeah. I ain't no dump truck. You treat me like one, dumpin' all your fuckin' trash on me."
* Music/TheAllAmericanRejects have used the word "fuck" twice: Once in "Someday's Gone" and once in "Heartbeat Slowing Down".