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Will Smith don't gotta cuss in his raps to sell records
Well, I do
So fuck him and fuck you too
Eminem, "The Real Slim Shady" - The Marshall Mathers LP.

As that old mondegreen says: "Play that Fucking music, white boy!"

  • "The Cuss Word Song" by a YouTuber named Rusty Cage, which is Exactly What It Says on the Tin. It's part of a video series called "How to Lose Subscribers", where Cage talks about the many shady practices of YouTube. In this episode, Cage notes how his subscriber count seems to go down for strange reasons, and how YouTube will demonetize videos for the smallest of transgressions, like a single swear word. Cage figures if he's going to get his video demonetized, it might as well be on purpose, hence a short twenty-second song consisting of almost nothing but curse words; of the 32 words in the song, 26 are swear words.
  • Hilariously, parodied in Aphex Twin's "Windowlicker", during the opening segment of the video where a black and latino guy are constantly arguing saying "Fuck You" and "Fuck You, Holmes" to each other while failing to pick up prositutes from the street corner. This goes on for a good while before the main character of the video shows up in a very long stretch limousine. The music video itself is supposed to make fun of Glamour Rap videos.
    It popped out like a motherfucker; you should have seen the git. He screamed and he winced and his eyeball it... I remember I was, like, fucking his eye up. And I, I thought, Shit, I'd fucking better not press too hard with my fucking two-inch hard cock.' So it quivered on it, it dripped down my fucking cock. and I thought, That's good, and I swear to myself, That's fucking good.
  • Probably the Ur-Example of a Cluster F-Bomb in music is "The End" by The Doors, where there is one segment of the song where every other word Jim Morrison says is "fuck".
  • Five Finger Death Punch isn't exactly afraid to drop F-bombs, but there's a few standout examples.
    • The song "Burn MF" contains at least 40 instances of "fuck"—the vast majority of those being "motherfucker".
    • "Fake" contains 32 instances of the word "fuck." There's six uses of the word "motherfucker" in each chorus.
  • Commonly found in Hip-Hop. It would be a lot quicker to name rappers who DON'T curse a lot than ones who do.
    • Special honorarily mention to "Fuck Martinez" by 2 Live Crew - that's already 90% of the lyrics and it's tempting to list the song under Smurfing.
  • Hard rockers Buckcherry released the Fuck EP in 2014, where every single song contained the F-word in its title and lyrics.
  • "If I Had the Copyright on the Word Fuck" by Carla Ulbrich, which has 23 F-words in 2:22. It was used as the theme song for the documentary Fuck, which has 857 usages of that word in 93 minutes.
  • Nakayubi by BUCK-TICK. My Fuckin' Valentine and Jonathan Jet-Coaster are close.
  • Insane Clown Posse's "Fuck the World" holds the record of expletives, with 95 F-Words in 3:43 minutes. It declares this fact near the end: "Don't bother tryin' to analyze these rhymes / In this song I say 'Fuck' 93 times!" (at least, he says it 93 times - the extra 2 come from Jumpsteady, the brother of ICP member Violent J).
    • Tim Minchin, however, beats it in terms of density with the Pope Song, with 84 in 2:18 minutes. (.6/second versus .43/second)
  • Limp Bizkit's "Hot Dog" uses the F-word 48 times. It even lampshades: "If I say "Fuck", two more times, That's forty six 'Fucks' in this fucked up rhyme".
    • Also their song "Break Stuff" has fuck in almost every line; and if fuck isn't there then they say shit.
  • The song LAX by ska band Big D and The Kids Table.
  • Eamon's 2004 track "Fuck It (I Don't Want You Back)" holds the UK record of most expletives in a #1 song, with 33, 20 starting with F. Frankee, who alleged to be Eamon's girlfriend (he denied it), made a answer song titled "F.U.R.B. (Fuck You Right Back)", which contains 22 expletives (18 with F).
    • This song contains so many profanities that the censored version (in which all profanity has been deleted from the vocal track) neither sounds halfway right, nor does it make much sense.
  • The UK chart record for most expletives in a Top 40 song is "The Man Don't Give A Fuck" by Welsh space rock band Super Furry Animals, with 50 uses of the F-word in its 5 minute running time. Also, the live, 18 minute version contains over 100 F-words. Oh, and all the swears are from a line of a song by Steely Dan repeated over and over and over and over and...
  • "Houston" by Soul Coughing ends with 45 seconds of "Roller boogie motherfucker".
  • Frank Zappa's "Cocksuckers' Ball" from Does Humor Belong in Music?, in itself a cover of Doo-wop group The Clovers. Old but gold.
  • The British band Muse rarely uses profanities in their lyrics. But during their live-in-the-studio appearance on Spain's Radio 3, they were told that their songs couldn't contain any swearing. In response, Matt Bellamy replaced the first line of the third verse of their cover of "Feeling Good" with the lyrics: "Fucking, fucking, fucking, fucking little fucking, fucking little fucking, fucking fucker, yeah." They've been banned from Radio 3 ever since.
    • Don't forget this hidden track, which is often referred to as 'You Fucking Motherfucker' by fans.
    • "Psycho" is chock-a-block full of this - understandable considering that it's from the point of view of a Drill Sergeant Nasty
  • Eric Idle (of Monty Python fame) had the "FCC Song", where he expresses his anger towards the titular agency by using the word "fuck" fourteen times. It's also commonly referred to as the "Fuck the FCC" or "Fuck You Very Much, FCC" song.
    • The Python guys also beautifully subverted this trope with the song, "I Bet You They Won't Play This Song On The Radio", from Monty Python's Contractual Obligation Album, where all the naughty bits are bleeped out, possibly making the song dirtier than if they were actually cussing.
    • Eric Idle later wrote a song entitled "Fuck Christmas". A sample:
    Fuck Christmas, It's a fucking Disney show
    Fuck carols and all that fucking snow
    Fuck reindeer and fuck Rudolph And his stupid fucking nose
    And fucking sleigh bells tinkling
    Everywhere you fucking goes
    Fuck stockings and fuck shopping
    It just drives us all insane.
    Go tell the elves to fuck themselves
    It's Christmas time again!
  • Almost Anything by Rapper Lil B.
  • The Sex Pistols have a reputation for swearing, especially swearing involving the word "cunt" though they're fairly fond of the f-word as well. Here's a sample from from "Bodies" from Never Mind the Bollocks, Here's the Sex Pistols:
    Fuck this and fuck that
    Fuck it all and fuck the fucking brat.
  • From 1982 through 1995, Kiss frontman Paul Stanley's between-song speeches were often peppered with gratuitous uses of the F-word, among other profanities. The cursing disappeared with the 1996 reunion of the original band, and a return to a more "family-friendly" image. Example here
    • Fuck was an alternative band name idea for Kiss. An additional joke would have been to name the albums "It", "You", "Off", and such.
  • The fact that "Fatboy Slim is fucking in heaven" surely deserves a mention (from the album You've Come a Long Way, Baby). According to The Other Wiki, it uses the loop 108 times.
    • While nowhere near as extreme, "Star 69" from Halfway Between The Gutter And The Stars plays a sample of Ronald Clark saying "what the fuck?" 42 times over it's five minute runtime. This song would be the sole reason the album has an explicit language warning, if not for another song later that plays the full sample containing that line.
  • The band Splatpattern would be completely unknown if not for their song "Fucking Fucking Fuck", which can be found on the iTunes store, along with a censored version, an instrumental version and an a cappella version. It's a mystery why they even bothered with the censored version.
  • Eminem's entire career is one big Cluster F-Bomb, as the opening quote on this page shows.
    Eminem's gotta cuss in his raps to sell records. Well me too, so fuck Will Smith!
    How could I not blow? All I do is drop F-bombs, feel my wrath of attack.
  • During Woodstock, Country Joe and the Fish got the crowd of 500,000 to sing along to a song that starts with, "Give me a F! Give me a U! Give me a C! Give me a K! What's that spell?!".
    • At Woodstock '99, during Bush's performance, guitarist Nigel Pulsford replicated this.
  • Though "fuck" only being included 33 times makes it comparatively tame, "America Fuck Yeah" deserves a spot here out of sheer American jingoism. The first lines being "America - FUCK YEAH! Coming again to save the motherfucking day yeah!" should be enough.
  • Canadian comedy duo Bowser & Blue have a song called "Use Of The F Word In Canada", where they logically go through every grammatical and tonal use of the word ("the imperative", "the reflexive", "the ominous"), and also note that fuck isn't a bad word in Canada — "it's not even a word; it's simply a form of verbal punctuation".
    • However, Canada does have standards - Australian comedian Kevin Bloody Wilson released a song called "You Can't Say Cunt in Canada".
    • Also by Kevin Bloody Wilson: "Hey Santa Claus You Cunt!"
  • My Chemical Romance doesn't normally do this, preferring instead to use precise nuclear swears. However, their song "Teenagers" is this, due to the immortal chorus repeated five times
    They said all teenagers scare, the livin' shit outta me,
    They could care less, unless someone'll bleed,
    so darken your clothes, and stike a violent pose, maybe they'll leave you alone, but not me!
    • Our Lady Of Sorrows is another example, with extra f-bombs added live -
    Stand up fucking tall
    Don't let them see your back
    Take my fucking hand
    And never be afraid again
  • As is implied in the mention of The Proposition above, Nick Cave has occasionally lapsed into these. Since it's him, though, it's more scary than humorous.
    • Nick Cave: "I'll fuck Billy Dilly in his motherfucking ass"
  • Seattle band the Supersuckers have a 30 second ditty called "I Say Fuck". The song IS a Cluster F Bomb.
  • "So What" by the Anti-Nowhere League, a British punk band (it was also covered by Metallica on Garage Inc.). The song is based on the band members listening to two men in a bar going back and forth about things they've done in their life, each trying to top the other in vulgarity and audacity. It actually managed to be successfully prosecuted as criminally obscene in the UK.
    • Metallica played this song, together with the sociopathic "Last Caress" ("I've got something to say\I killed your baby today!"), during the 1996 MTV European Music Awards, specifically because MTV asked them not to swear.
    • While we're on the topic of Metallica, 'Ain't My Bitch' (despite not having any actual f-bombs) fits this trope. As does "St. Anger" (the song) during its chorus.
  • Rage Against the Machine ends "Killing in the Name" by repeatedly chanting "Fuck you, I won't do what you tell me!"
    • Famously (or infamously), the uncensored version of "Killing in the Name" was played on BBC Radio 1's UK Top 40 chart show on a Sunday afternoon on February 21st 1993 thanks to Bruno Brookes, leading to 138 phone call complaints and causing him to be nearly sacked.
    • English DJ Jon Morter and his wife Tracy organised a campaign behind the song in 2009, to prevent The X Factor winner getting the Christmas Number 1 in the UK for the fifth year running. The campaign was successful, helped by {Simon Cowell} declaring it "stupid and cynical." Rage Against The Machine played a thank-you concert in Finsbury Park the following year, handing a cheque for £160,000 to the Morters, representing their royalties from the sales and further Just Giving donations, for the homeless charity Shelter.
      • During the campaign Rage Against The Machine played the song live and uncensored on BBC Radio 5 Live, despite hosts Shelagh Fogarty and Nicky Campbell asking for a clean version. Shelagh and Nicky were forced to make an apology afterwards. Considering that the song rails against censorship and conformity, they should have seen it coming.
  • Reel Big Fish's "Another F-U Song": 'Fuck living, fuck dying, fuck laughing, fuck crying, fuck this song, but mostly fuck you. Fuck loving and friends, fuck following trends, fuck this song, can't wait till it ends'.
    • "Fuck everything! (but fuck you the most.) Fuck everyone! (But fuck you the most.) With a big rusty pole or a splintery post, yeah, fuck you the most. Fuck you!" The best part of this song being that it's entirely upbeat and cheerful.
  • Of course, ska bands do this a lot. One gem from Big D and the Kids Table is "L.A.X":
    Well first of all, fuck your fucking attitudes.
    How can you be so fucking rude?
    You fucking look at me like when girls are jealous.
    And fuck your fucking L.A. bars,
    You're all a bunch of wannabe superstars.
    Yeah, fuck your fucking act,
    You're a bunch of dressed up fucking rats."
  • Buzzcocks "Oh Shit!", which ends 'Admit, you're shit, you're shit, you're shit. Admit, admit, you're shit, you're shit, you're shit, you're shit, you're shit'. But only one 'fuck' in the whole song.
  • While no longer holding any records, it is amusing to note N.W.A's "Fuck tha Police" from Straight Outta Compton is 12.1% profanity with a solid 42 seconds of the song being unplayable on the radio.
  • We simply cannot go without mentioning Wednesday 13 / The Frankenstein Drag Queens From Planet 13 / Murderdolls's "I Love to Say Fuck!". There's nothing quite like being in a live crowd all singing along.
  • The track "X-plicit" on the Evangelion: VOX album. Apparently, it's supposed to represent someone's reaction to that scene where Shinji masturbates over Asuka's comatose body.
  • Many rock band concerts are loaded with this. For example, a recent concert by Mötley Crüe had singer Vince Neil mention, after a pre-adolescent was brought up on the stage, that he doesn't let his children say fuck, after which he says to the child's parents (still in the audience), "I'm fucking sorry about that."
  • The song "K@#0%!" by Korn has roughly 10 seconds of radio-friendly audio. The rest of the song is a string of nearly any obscenity one can imagine.
    • Their song "Y'All Want a Single" (a protest against the music industry) isn't as much of a Cluster F-Bomb as it is a Carpet F-Bomb. It has 89 instances of the F-word at the impressive mark of under 3 minutes and 20 seconds. The chorus goes "Y'all want a single say fuck that, Fuck that, Fuck that!" four times, some times with two additional "fuck that"s done by a backing vocal.
    • "Break Some Off", from the same album. has a breakdown where Davis growls eight Atomic F Bombs in a row to the beat.
  • The Amateur Transplants' "London Underground".
    Where the fuck's my fucking train?!/London Underground (London Underground)/They're all lazy fucking useless cunts...
  • A pearl of wisdom coming from a Brazilian funk song: "The fucking cunt is mine and I can fuck whoever I want with it!"
    • Most Brazilian funk songs are loaded with F-words and the like.
  • Black Sheep's "For Doz Dat Slept" applies this trope to baroque.
  • Evidently Chickentown by John Cooper Clarke. Just one of the verses:
    The fucking pies are fucking old
    The fucking chips are fucking cold
    The fucking beer is fucking flat
    The fucking flats have fucking rats
    The fucking clocks are fucking wrong
    The fucking days are fucking long
    It fucking gets you fucking down
    Evidently chicken town.
  • "Fuck You", by Norther is an obvious example.
  • "I'm On A Boat" by The Lonely Island. "Fuck land, I'm on a boat, motherfucker"
    • Their other songs contain enough four-letter words that quoting them to excess led to their page on this wiki being deleted for "shouting of obscenities for no reason."
    • Want to hear Natalie Portman drop a massive ClusterFBomb?
  • Anything by DJ Felamanski, but most notably "Fuck That Bitch". (That's pretty much the entire lyrics.)
  • Somewhat subverted by Ozzy Osbourne. Those who were introduced to him through The Osbournes would assume that his music was laden with swearing (given that Ozzy and his entire fucking family swear their asses off. It wouldn't be surprising if the barking dogs were swearing in doggy language.) However, his music is practically devoid of "fuck". Only two songs with the word come to mind. However, his stage banter makes up for the loss, with concerts often beginning with his yells of "I CAN'T FUCKING HEAR YOU!".
    • Similar case: Bruce Dickinson is prone to F-bomb rants, and yelling "FUCKING SCREAM IT!" on stage. His solo career is profanity free. And Iron Maiden, besides some b-sides recorded as jokes (among them, a discussion), has only one song with profanity ("I've lived in filth, I've lived in sin, and I still smell cleaner than the shit you're in!").
      • There is another Maiden studio track ("The Thin Line Between Love and Hate") that includes a couple of f-bombs, though Studio Chatter than in the actual song itself. At the end of the track, which closes Bruce's first album back with the band, right after the song ends you hear drummer Nicko McBrain say "Ah, I fucking missed it," then laughing and saying "Did I get that on tape? 'I fucking missed it!'"
    • Also, the Foo Fighters have a few Precision F-Strike songs... but Dave Grohl swears copiously in live performances and interviews.
  • Slipknot's first two albums were rife with F bombs and other profanities. However, Vol. 3 The Subliminal Verses doesn't have any swearing stronger than "Jesus", and All Hope Is Gone only has a handful of F bombs, just enough to earn a Parental Advisory label.
  • "Hollaback Girl" by Gwen Stefani has 38 shits in 200 seconds: "this my shit" in the first verse, a "talking shit" in the second, four "shit is bananas" in the fourth, and eight "this my shit" in each of four choruses.
  • "Stupid MF" by Mindless Self Indulgence.
    • Not to mention "Shut Me Up" by the same band.
    • "Shut Me Up" is actually rather minor, considering the band. Try "Bitches," "Backmask," "Holy Shit," "Bullshit," "Never Wanted To Dance..." It would be easier to list songs by them that DON'T have swearing, actually.
  • "Family Reunion" by blink-182 is almost entirely composed of cuss words, primarily because it's a reference to George Carlin's "Seven Words You Can't Say On Television" bit.
    • The song was originally released on a compilation called "Short Music for Short People", featuring 101 different punk, ska/punk, and hardcore bands doing 30 second songs. About a third of them were nothing but profanities or otherwise scatological jokes.
  • Soundgarden's "Big Dumb Sex" uses the F-word in the... Biblical sense, to parody songs which metaphorically talk about sex. The straight and repetitive chorus ("Hey, I know what to do! I'm gonna fuck fuck fuck fuck you!") leads to over 20 F-bombs.
    • Speaking of Soundgarden, "Ty Cobb" is another one of their most explicit tracks ("Hard-headed, fuck you all! Hard-headed, fuck you all!").
  • System of a Down's song Fuck The System, among others.
  • While the studio version is profanity-free, the 10 minute live version of "Stigmata" from Ministry's In Case You Didn't Feel Like Showing Up suddenly turns into an f-bomb filled rant towards the end ("Fuck me! Fuck you! Fuck everyone! Fuck the church! Fuck Jesus!" and so on). Parodied by Wckr Spgt: their cover of the song consists of nothing but this for a minute and a half, with some original additions ("Fuck Japan! Fuck Hawaii, it's near Japan!").
  • The Rolling Stones' "Star Star", from the Goats Head Soup album, is better known to many fans as "Starfucker", due to that word's repeated appearance in the song's chorus. (Indeed, "Starfucker" was originally intended to be the actual title of the song before Ahmet Ertegün, head of the band's then-distributor Atlantic Records, made them change it. The second "Star" presumably stands for a censoring asterisk - "Star******")
    • In her 1983 album titled, well, Album, Joan Jett included the song as a hidden track, this time using the originally intended title of "Starfucker." This caused Walmart and other stores to pull the album called Album off their shelves.
    • Going back to the Stones, they were purveyors of the Cluster F-Bomb as far back as 1964, when they recorded a profane outtake in honor of their manager Andrew Loog-Oldham, entitled "Andrew's Blues."
  • Skrillex's "Fuck That" is nothing more than "Fuck that beat up" looped over and over.
  • The German band Knorkator has a song called Ich will nur ficken (I just want to fuck). The chorus translates to: "I just want to fuck fuck fuck fuck fuck fuck / I just want to fuck fuck fuck fuck fuck fuck".
    • To be fair, about half their songs are nothing but shouting and swearing. It's hilarious.
  • Die Ärzte do this in German, too, and like Kiss between the songs. They use the word "ficken" (German for "fuck") so often that the only way to top it was to write a song in which this one word would be sung again and again and nothing else. And they actually made such a song for this purpose.
  • The second half of the bridge to Staind's song Waste:
    Well, fuck them, and fuck her, and fuck him, and fuck you
    For not having the strength in your heart to pull through
    I've had doubts, I have failed, I've fucked up, I've had plans
    Doesn't mean I should take my life with my own hands
  • Nobody mentioned Oasis? The Gallagher brothers' quotes, interviews, blogs, and casual conversations are laced with this (not the lyrics, though).
    • Apart from once, 'Pass Me Down The Wine', b-side to 'The Importance Of Being Idle'.
  • Self's "Trunk Fulla Amps" consists of three elements: electronic noises from toys, the names of famous musicians, and the repeated lines
    I got a trunk fulla amps, motherfucker
    Like [insert musician's name] motherfucker!
  • Standard way of rapping for Bodycount's Ice Motherfuckin' T Bitch.
  • The child abuse rant in Down with the Sickness by Disturbed.
    • Their song "Liberate". Says it 16 times.
  • Yoshiki of X Japan. Look up "Yoshiki curses at staff member" and for an in-concert example, "Yoshiki you guys fucking rock" on Youtube. Vocalist Toshi also fits this trope, due to his onstage antics at the LA Wiltern show.
  • The chorus to Marilyn Manson's "Irresponsible Hate Anthem" from Antichrist Superstar: "Fuck it! Fuck it! Fuck it! Fuck fuck fuck!"
    • It's "Arma-Goddamn-Motherfucking-Geddon"!
    • Also the song "Para-Noir", which features the word "fuck" 31+ times. Fuck you because I loved you, fuck you for loving me too...
  • Cleverly subverted by the Irish band The Script. They have a song about a guy who screws up his relationship with his girlfriend, a woman named Kay, and so he asks people that if they run into her, can they pass on a message for him? The song is titled, "If you see Kay." A lot of people never got it.
    • For Stealth Cluster F Bomb, you have to include Britney Spears as well, for her song "If You Seek Amy". There's even a repeated line going "Oh baby baby baby, if you seek Amy all night".
  • Underground hip-hop group Extended F@mm promoted Happy F* ck You Songs, with an average of 4.5 swear words per minute. And it features profanity at 200bpm... curiosity of member Tonedeff.
  • Averted in "Three Cheers for Sweet Revenge" by My Chemical Romance, in which the word "fuck" is used only once in the whole album. This is balanced out during the band's live tours, as anyone who has gone to a show can tell you.
    • "Our Lady Of Sorrows" is this. Not as extreme as some examples, but it says 'fucking' eight times in a two minute song.
  • Maynard James Keenan doesn't swear too terribly much on his music, particularly when compared to others listed on. Ænima (from the album of that name) is the song that comes up on a google search of "Tool Lyrics Fuck", and with good reason - It has the highest amount of swearing in it, with 15 Fucks (including "Fuck L Ron Hubbard and fuck all his clones") and 6 shits, and the "fucks" are easily distinguishable in radio edits with the "f" and the "k" still audible.
  • Thrash Metal Band Gama Bomb lets out one of these in the track, "Sentenced to Thrash". "Off to the big house, you're out of luck. how do you plead? Guilty as FUCK FUCK FUCK FUCK FUCK FUCK FUCK FUCK FUCK FUCK FUCK FUCK FUCK!"
  • Primal Scream's "Pills" has 31 occurrences of the word "fuck" in 40 seconds to close out a veiled political diatribe.
  • King Missile's The Psychopathology Of Everyday Life mainly earns its parental advisory sticker due to one song and a recurring series of poems: "The President" is a 3 minute rant against George W. Bush that borders on angrish and contains 61 uses of the word "fuck", while "The Pain Series" is a set of equally profanity-filled reactions to physical pain, the causes ranging from hitting one's thumb with a hammer to getting a paper cut. "Martin Scorsese" definitely qualifies as well.
  • A lot of Ween songs are good examples of this trope, especially on their more punk influenced songs like "Pumpin' 4 The Man." For a great example, look no further than the first song on their first album, "You Fucked Up":
    • Also rather prevalent in Dean Ween's other band, Moistboyz, perhaps most prominently in "Fuck You" (which also combines this trope with Atomic F-Bomb during the chorus), but tends to crop up at least once or twice per album.
  • This soldiers' song from World War II, complaining about being stationed in the town of Halkirk in Scotland:
    This fucking town's a fucking cuss
    No fucking trams, no fucking bus
    Nobody cares for fucking us
    In fucking Halkirk

    No fucking sports, no fucking games
    No fucking fun, the fucking dames
    Won't even give their fucking names
    In fucking Halkirk
    ...And there's ten more verses.
  • "Fuck School" by The Replacements, from their second EP Stink, features 31 uses of the word "fuck", particularly in the chorus.
    Fuck school, fuck school, fuck my school
    Fuck school, fuck school, fuck my school
    Fuck school, fuck school, fuck my school
    Fuck my school
    Fuck my school
    Whatsamatter, buddy?
    Fuck you!
  • "Inward Singing" by Tenacious D. Skip towards near the end for good old fucking cluster-F-bombs!
    Shut up! Fuck you! You fucking dick! Always naysaying everything I create! You piece of shit! You create something like inward singing! You fucking shit! You fucking sit in your tower! Fucking nap- What's funny? You fucking bitch! Fucking fuck you! Fucking cock ass!!
    • A little tamer, but certainly worthy, would be "Hard Fucking" and "Fuck Her Gently."
    • From the song Kickapoo:
    It was I who fucked the dragon/fuckalizing fuckaloo/and if you try to fuck with me/then I shall fuck you too...
    • In The Pick of Destiny, the Devil is introduced in a cluster f-bomb set to the song Beezleboss
    The Devil: Yes you are fucked! Shit out of luck! I am now free and my cock you will suck!
  • The film version of Detroit Metal City has this fucking down with the track off the fuck-awesome live-action movie sound track "Fuckingham Palace". 3:20 long, and most of that shit is just a fucking continuous string of "fuck"s by Gene Simmons. The total fucking count ranges from what you consider counts. Moderate fucking counts start as low as 200. Since this is a parody song, they're mostly copy and pasted sound bites.
  • Nick Cave's incredibly foulmouthed version of "Stagger Lee"
  • Angelspit, "Lust Worthy". "Fuck you for selling it, fuck you for buying it, fuck him for making it, fuck it all."
    • Another Angelspit example is Fuck Fashion: Fuck fashion, fuck (fuck) fashion. Suck my addiction 'cause you got to fuck fashion, fuck (fuck) fashion. Spit out victims fashion FUCK YOU.
  • Tim Minchin's poignant Pope Song. 86 times in a 2 1/2 minute song. Probably one of the only cases where it is justified in the song itself:
    ''If you don't like the swearing that this motherfucker forced from me
    And reckon it shows moral or intellectual paucity
    Then fuck you, motherfucker; this is language one employs
    When one is fucking cross about fuckers fucking boys!''
  • "Mercenary" by The Mission is a long list of insults about an unidentified recipient. Roughly half do not involve swearing, although the first line sets up a high ratio.
  • In her song "Mercyfuck" Mary Prankster wishes she could fuck all her sorrow away and fuck 'til the dawn of the next fucking day, fuck the chorus and verse, fuck the pain getting worse, fuck it all...
  • Korn? Eric Idle? Pussies. Here's Alexei Sayle, showing you how it's done.
  • Alan Cumming makes this a declaration of love on his album "I Bought A Blue Car Today".
    You're fucking beautiful
    And when I kiss your lips
    I hear those fucking angels sing
    So give me a fucking break
    And be my fucking turtle dove
    Because it's fuck-fuck-fuck-fuck
    fuck-fuck-fuck-fuck-fucking love!
  • A song consisting wholly of sampled swearing, of all things.
  • "Rockin' the Suburbs" by Ben Folds.
    You better look out because I'm gonna say "fuck".
    You better look out because I'm gonna say "fuck".
    You better look out because I'm gonna say "fuck".
    You better look out because I'm gonna say "fuck".
    You better look out because I'm gonna say "fuck".
    You better look out because I'm gonna say "fuck".
  • The Front Bottoms song "Swimming Pool" uses a voicemail in the bridge featuring the speaker (apparently the father of a friend of theirs) berating the recipient (the son) over his handling of a breakup and manages to use fuck in some form or another about 14-15 times in a little over 30 seconds. Despite that, they decided to make this their second single
  • "House Party" by 3OH!3
    Everybody say fuck the clubs (FUCK THE CLUBS)
    Fuck the clubs (FUCK THE CLUBS)
    Fuck the clubs (FUCK THE CLUBS)
    I’m not going out
    Everybody say fuck the clubs (FUCK THE CLUBS)
    Fuck the clubs (FUCK THE CLUBS)
    Fuck the clubs (FUCK THE CLUBS)
    I’ll be getting love in my house
  • "Fuck the Shit", by Sons of Butcher. For the audio/link-deprived, here are the lyrics in their entirety:
    Fuck the shit / Fuck the fucking shit fuck / Shit the fuck / Shit the shitting fuck shit / Shit fuck / Fuck shit / Shit fuck / Fuck shit / Fuck the shit / Fuck the fucking shit fuck / Shit the fuck / Shit the shitting fuck shit / Fuck the shit / Fuck yeah
  • Cee Lo Green's viral sensation "Fuck You!" probably qualifies. Better still, it's received Grammy nominations for Record of the Year, Song of the Year, and Best Urban/Alternative Performance.
    • The censored version, "Forget You", is notable for actually working pretty well, rhythm-wise. And then there's the chicken cover for The Muppets (2011)...
  • Children of Bodom are quite prone to using profanity, but the song "In Your Face" gets special mention for its chorus:
    I don't give a flying fuck, motherfucker!
    I don't give a flying fuck, motherfucker!
    I don't give a flying,
    I don't give a flying,
    I don't give a flying FUCK!
    Fuckin' does it work?
  • Latin-American example: "Ch bah, puta la wea!" by Chilean group Los Pettinellis is all about this trope.
  • Reggie Watts of Maktub created the song Fuck Shit Stack as a Take That! at modern rap culture.
    You take some fuck
    Then some shit
    Then some fuck
    Then some shit
    You got a fuck shit stack
    A fuck shit stack
    It's a stack of fuck shit
    On top of itself, nigger
  • The Offspring begins "Sesson" with:
    Aw, fuck! Fuck, fuck, FUCK!!
    • Also, in Bad Habit - "Drivers are rude, such attitude. When I show my piece complaints cease. Something's odd, feel like I'm God, you stupid, dumbshit, goddamn, motherfucker!!"
  • Wire's "Mr. Suit" is a Stealth Parody of this trope, especially "Bodies".
    • On a related note, Bruce Gilbert's rant at the end of Dome's "Madmen". Doubles as a Funny Moment.
  • Dope's "Die MF Die".
  • Lil Jon & The East Side Boyz' "I Don't Give A Fuck" (featuring Mystikal and Krayzie Bone) features 151 curses in the span of 3:41 — roughly one curse every second and a half — with the majority predictably being variations of the word "fuck."
    • The same group's "Real Nigga Roll Call" is a combination of Cluster F Bomb and Cluster N Bomb: 159 N-bombs during just over 5 minutes.
    Ya'll niggaz can't fuck wit my niggaz ho!
  • S.O.D.' s "What's That Noise" is an outtake of an unused song, where something keeps making a mysterious noise, thus ruining the song. Billy Milano was not happy.
And that's just the last few seconds.
  • A Wilhelm Scream's entire career, but specifically the song "Brand New Me, Same Shitty You":
    Flip the fucking lever on the light switch.
    Turn that fucking fan all the way up.
    I'm gonna get first fucking place for the worst fucking attitude
    And I don't give a fuck at all.
  • "GDMFSOB" by DJ Shadow. The chorus is "goddamn motherfucking son of a bitch."
  • Schaffer the Darklord's songs have a tendency to get into this, featuring titles like "Attack of the Clonefucker". Most egregiously features in the song "Fuck This Song" which is a song literally about saying "fuck"
  • "Jumpdafuckup" by Soulfly/Corey Taylor, obviously.
  • "Platypus (I Hate You)" by Green Day probably contains the most swearing from Billie Joe Armstrong in one song.
    • Or possibly "The Grouch", which signs off each verse with "fuck you", as well as describing life as a bitch and chronicling the narrator's erectile dysfunction.
    • And when Green Day's show gets cut short, the response could only be fucking hostile.
  • FAQU by Cripper, as the title suggests. They sound like they had some fun recording it.
  • Warrant put a hidden track on their album Cherry Pie called "Ode to Tipper Gore," which consists entirely of Jani Lane swearing at concerts.
  • Steve Earle's "F The CC" does pretty much the same thing as the Eric Idle song above.
    Fuck the FCC!
    Fuck the FBI!
    Fuck the CIA!
    Livin' in the motherfuckin' USA!
  • Mylo - Drop The Pressure:
    Motherfucker's gonna drop the pressure (the only lyric in the song)
  • Veteran F-bombers The Wildhearts subverted the trope Python-style with their 2007 single The Sweetest Song, the radio edit of which had to be bleeped so heavily that the verses are all but unintelligible. The point about censorship is underlined by the way the verses deal with a serious subject while the chorus is generic throwaway pop-rock.
  • "It's Yours" by kHz:
    This motherfucker has no shame
    This motherfucker wants his fame
    This motherfucker sold his soul
    This motherfucker wants it all
    It's motherfuckin' yours, so go get it
  • Nearly every line of the Butthole Surfers' song "Goofy's Concern" starts with the words "I don't give a fuck about...". Oddly enough, that didn't stop the song from being used as a Repurposed Pop Song in a Super Nintendo commercial: The ad edited the track to be mostly instrumental, except for the lines "I don't care who you want me to be / I don't care what you want me to see", the only consecutive lyrics in the entire song that could be played on TV without any censorship.
  • Lily Allen has "Fuck you", in which she drops about 30 in the chorus alone. All to cheerful showtune-style music.
  • During every Yellow Fried Chickenz live concert, GACKT rips of his shirt and launches one of these.
  • Bring Me the Horizon's song "Fuck". Need I say more?
  • Bands like Emmure or The Acacia Strain tend to be pretty liberal with their "fucks". Quite a bit of other "bro-core" bands qualify as well.
  • The climax of The Doors' "The End" has Jim Morrison chanting "Fuck" over and over (starting with "Mother... I wanna FUCK YOU!").
  • In general, Slayer's music has very little swearing. However, two songs off God Hates Us All are heavily prone to this trope.
  • Although replaced with an electric guitar riff in its place, possibly the first song to contain the word "fuck" that topped either one of the three major Billboard singles charts — country, R&B or Hot 100 — was Del Reeves' "Girl on the Billboard," in May 1965. The song is about a long-distance truck driver who falls in love with the image of a scantily clad woman on a billboard along a busy highway; the lyric in question comes late in the song where the truck driver, horrified to learn that an artist had painted over the woman, confronts the painter, who then tells him "Girl wasn't real, better get the (bleep) on my way!"
  • Anything by Blood Kry$tal Wolf, a Seattle witch-hop duo (basically industrial meets Gangsta Rap).
  • Swedish rocker Eddie Meduza was infamous for his obscene lyrics (even though at heart, he was a serious composer who had written a great deal of straight Rock, Blues and Pop songs). One of his most infamous songs is called "Fruntimme ska en ha å knulle mä" ("Your supposed to fuck with women") which is so misogynistic that it Crosses the Line Twice, basically describing how women should live in complete sexual and social subjugation to men. He recorded several versions of it, among them a "naughty" version wich ends with Eddie screaming NOTHING but obscene nouns for a FULL MINUTE! ("WANKING! FUCKING! PISSING,SHITTING, FUCKING!" etc.)
  • Math Rock act Shellac unleashed what may be the most intense cluster f-bomb on this page in the song "Prayer To God" from their 1000 Hurts album. How did they do that? Well, first take Steve Albini, one of the most legendarily irate men in independent music, then steal his wife. The result is a minute and a half of him yelling variations on "Fuckin' kill him." Yeah.
  • Damien Rice provides a radio-friendly-while-still-emo opening to "Rootless Tree," which then promptly dissolves as the singer wails "FUCK YOU, FUCK YOU, FUCK YOU" into the microphone as the instrumentals swell.
  • The Movement - "Jump (Motherfucker Mix)". "Are you motherfuckers ready? Jump motherfucker jump motherfucker jump!(many times) That's some jumping motherfuckers".
  • Edguy has a few of these, most notably in "New Age Messiah":
  • As mentioned on the Video Games page, Rockin' the Mic from Jet Set Radio Future. While it doesn't use the F-word (this is in a Teen-rated game, after all), it does use the S-word and the N-word, and it uses them a LOT.
  • Though most Suicidal Tendencies music in profane, Suicidal For Life in particular was an attempt at so much profanity that it would alienate fans who knew of them as a mainstream metal band. Of particular note are these song titles (in order on disk): "Don't Give a Fuck", "No Fuck'n Problem", "Suicyco Mothafucka", "Fucked Up Just Right", and "No Bullshit".
  • While it's taken for granted now, back in the early days of Metal in-song swearing was about as common as facial hair. Pantera were one of the bands to popularize both of these. Their 1992 album Vulgar Display of Power has a song on it called "Fucking Hostile" which features the song title in the chorus, and uses the f-word multiple times in each verse. The end of the song is "fucking" being said four times before the title is dropped one last time.
  • "Nigga Nigga Nigga" by Gangsta Rap (from the comedy mockumentary Gangsta Rap: The Glockumentary) is all one big Cluster N-Bomb.
    Nigga nigga nigga nigga nigga nigga nigga, Why you call yourself a nigga?
    Nigga nigga nigga nigga nigga nigga nigga, Cause I'm a motherfucking nigga!
  • Black Moth Super Rainbow's "Hairspray Heart" has the following passage repeated twice in a row, making ten repetitions of the word "fucking":
    Like a fuckin' diamond
    Like a fuckin' diamond
    Like a fuckin' diamond
    Like a fuckin' diamond
    Fallin' from my fuckin' eye
    • It stands out because they've hardly ever used any such language in songs before, and these particular lines seem to have single-handedly earned the album Cobra Juicy their first parental advisory sticker.
    • "Eruption (Gonna Get My Hair Cut At The End Of Summer)", a solo single by their vocalist Tobacco, easily beats "Hairspray Heart" in terms of profanity, thanks to passages like "Lick that popsicle / like a motherfuckin' babe in the motherfuckin' wood / It's a nice fuckin' day and I'm feelin' fuckin' good".
  • Quite a few songs by Devin Townsend could qualify, but special mention should go to "You Suck," which includes 27 f-bombs in under 3 minutes, most of which are contained in a couple of 30-second bursts filled with lines like "I don't give a fuck, you fucking fuck."
    • Another example comes in the form of a promotional video Devin shot for D'Addario, uploaded to YouTube in 2009, which starts as a showcase of every guitar technique in Devin's repertoire, but quickly turns into a profanity-laden stream of consciousness about why most guitar players learn to "wank", all while he "wanks" with flawless precision.
    Devin: Eh, fuckin’ wanky wank wank wank, let’s see… I guess the whole idea of this whole fucking “wank” bullshit is that everybody spends their entire teen years learning to do this crap… by the end of it, you get to be 35 years old- shit’s getting stuck in my throat now, I can’t even think. My wife’s at home freaking out, I’m sitting here fuckin’ doing this type of shit that I fucking learned when I was a Dungeon Master in Grade fucking 12… and essentially, it’s like, doing this shit, and you feel to yourself, y’know, “what sort of void am I filling in terms of musical composition?“ And the answer is nothing! I’m doing fuckall, I’m sitting around here pissing around trying to make music that people are gonna like, and in the meantime I’m going FUCKING BROKE! And everybody else is sorta going “Dude, y’know you just gotta chill out for a little while and play some mellow shit.” …Y’know I could probably do something. I dunno, like… [guitar closes a significant amount of volume] Where’d my fuckin’ volume go?! …I’m gonna shit myself to death… I’m gonna say “fuck” a lot. [devolves into a chorus of fucks]
  • MC Lyte Crosses the Line Twice with "Fuck that Motherfucking Bullshit".
  • Robbie Williams ended his album Rudebox with the rude "Dickhead".
  • "War" by Hed P.E.:
    I go to the club
    Get fucked up
    Get my dick sucked
    I don't give a fuck
    I'm an American
  • Daft Punk's Alive 2007 tour features a remix of 'Technologic' that features the phrase 'fuck it' made from 'lock it' and 'fill it' 24 times in succession.
  • Lordi's "Sincerely with love" from their album To beast otr not to beast features the phrase "fuck you" 26 times.
  • The Beach Boys with 1974's "Rollin' Up To Heaven".
  • 311's "Fat Chance", AKA "Fuck the Bullshit".
  • Played with in "F-Bombs" by Zach Sherwin (then known as MC Mr. Napkins). At first, it seems like the joke is that it's profanity-free and the "f-bombs" of the title are just inoffensive words with the syllable "ef" in them (e.g. "Learn a thing or two, and stop confronting me / with your inefficient ephemeral effrontery"). However, halfway through the song he repeats the verse again "with the f-bombs back in it" (e.g. "Learn a thing or two, and stop confronting me / with your infuckicient fuckemeral fuckfrontery")
  • Nine Inch Nails' "Starfuckers, Inc." (natch) contains 30 instances of "fuck", far more than any NIN song before or since. (That said, "Big Man with a Gun" has nearly 20 uses in a song that's 96 seconds long.)
  • Awolnation's song Mf contains six uses of the titular curse per chorus.
  • Guns N' Roses are famous for using the word "Fuck" a lot. Most noticeable on Appetite for Destruction is "You're Crazy", which was even originally called "You're Fucking Crazy". Then there's Use Your Illusion 1&2, which feature some slightly more aggressive lyrics, especially "Get In The Ring", which probably features the word more times than any other GNR song. And then, in 2008, Chinese Democracy was released with cleaner language, but "Riad N' The Bedouins" makes sure to feature a "Fuck" right in the first lines:
    Riad N' The Bedouins
    Had a plan and thought they'd win
    But I don't give a fuck 'bout them
    'cause I am crazy!
  • Jonathan Coulton's "First of May" drops thirteen of these. Quite unexpected the first time around.
  • Several of Iggy Azalea's songs have several of these.
  • "Fxxk Boyz Get Money", by FEMM. Eighty-three instances of the word "fuck". ICP might have competition.
  • TISM's "The Last Australian Guitar Hero", especially this line:
    Have you seen those fuckin' clubbers
    In their peroxided dreads?
    Dressed up in fuckin' adidas
    Like fuckin' fucked fuckheads
  • Psychostick's song ''NSFW'' is literally made of this trope.
  • Big Black's Songs About Fucking is full of these.
  • The Mitch Benn album Broken Strings has a Parental Advisory sticker on it. This is entirely due to one song, "A Song for Europe" which consists of throwing F-bombs and other abuse at every country in the Eurovision Song Contest, ending with the UK.
  • The Dwarves do this a lot. Of particular note is their song, "Let's Fuck," which has lines such as, "I am the best fucking fuck in the whole fucking world." Then there's "Motherfucker," which halfway through becomes a cover of "Surfin' Bird," replacing the "Papa-ooma-mow-mow" bit with "fucked my mama / fucked my ma-mama"
  • PJ Harvey: In "Who The Fuck?" from Uh Huh Her, as indicated by the title.
    Who, who, who?
    Fuck, fuck, fuck, you!
  • Kat McSnatch curses in practically all of her released songs, but five of them stand above the rest: "About Your Life", "Shit Gets Ghey", "Love", "Fuck You" and "You Are A Cunt". Unsurprisingly, all of these songs are dubbed as "[EXPLICIT]" in her iTunes page.
  • The National Lampoon, on their 1972 lp "Radio Dinner" did a spot-on parody of John Lennon ranting at everybody (much of it quoted from him verbatim). First verse:
    I resent performing for you fuckers, tell me what do you know, a lot of faggot middle-class kids with long hair and trendy clothes, look, I'm not your fucking parents and I'm sick of uptight hippies coming knocking at me door with a fucking peace symbol, get this, fuck that, I don't owe you fuckers anything and all I've got to say is fuck you-u-u-u / The sky is blu-u-u-ue
  • Big Sean's "I Don't Fuck With You".
    I don't fuck with you
    You little stupid ass bitch, I ain't fuckin' with you
    You little, you little dumb ass bitch, I ain't fuckin' with you
    I got a million trillion things I'd rather fuckin' do
    Than to be fuckin' with you
    Little stupid ass, I don't give a fuck
    I don't give a fuck, I don't I don't I don't give a fuck
    Bitch I don't give a fuck about you or anything that you do
  • In June 2015, Smash Mouth were performing at the Taste of Fort Collins festival... when somebody threw bread on the stage. How does lead singer Steve Harwell react? He cusses the crowd out while the band plays All Star. Atlas Genius, who also performed at the festival, weren't as upset, and one of the band members kindly told the audience to throw their bread away from the stage.
  • Wayne/Jayne County's complaint about an acquaintance's failure to put out "(If You Don't Want To Fuck Me Baby, Baby) Fuck Off". The final seconds are simply "fuck off" repeated ad infinitum.
  • Pearl Jam's "Leash" from the 1993 album vs, with the oft-repeated lines "drop the leash, drop the leash / get out of my fuckin' face."
  • Anders Matthesen's parody of a diss track "Fuck Alle"note , in which he drops the F-bomb 41 times or 14.1 times per minute.
  • Dismember's "In Death's Cold Embrace" drops the F-Bomb 19 times.
  • This Johnny Cash parody by Dave Shirley. It's appropriately entitled "I've Used Every Swear" (WARNING: Not for the faint of heart).
  • George Carlin's 1972 treatise, "The Seven Words You Can't Say On Television": Shit, piss, fuck, cunt, cock-sucker, mother fucker and tits. Those are the words that will infect your soul, curve your spine, and keep the country from winning the war. (A year later, three words were added to the list—fart, turd and twat.)
  • Steppenwolf's "The Pusher", while no F-bombs are used, the chorus isn't much better, and it's repeated several times.
    God damn, The Pusher
    God damn, I say The Pusher
    I said God damn! God damn The Pusher man!
  • Wolf Alice has "Yuk Foo", which throws 'fuck' and 'shit' around with wild abandon, unlike just about all of their other songs.
  • Alestorm's "Fucked with an Anchor" is about a pirate who was cursed by a witch doctor with Tourettes Syndrome. The title? Not Hyperbole, his actual plans for said witch doctor.
  • "I've No More F***s To Give!", by Thomas Benjamin Wild Esq:
    I’ve no more fucks to give
    My fucks have runneth dry
    I’ve tried to go fuck shopping
    But there’s no fucks left to buy
    I’ve no more fucks to give
    Though more fucks I’ve tried to get
    I’m over my fuck budget and
    I’m now in fucking debt
  • Pigeonhed & Lo-Fidelity Allstars' "Battle Flag" has "Get down on your motherfuckin' knees" and "Is it time for your motherfuckin' ass to give?" repeated for about half the song. The radio edit covers up the F-bombs with a reverb effect.
  • In The Hamildrops, the chorus of "Ben Franklin's Song" is laden with f-bombs as Franklin introduces himself.
  • Melvins' "I Fuck Around" is a parody of The Beach Boys' "I Get Around" with some form of the word "Fuck" added at least once in every line. E.G.:
    I'm getting fucked fucking up and down this fucking street
    I gotta find a fucking place where the fuckheads meet
  • No Face's "Hump Music", a sex-themed parody of the Jungle Brothers' "I'll House You", largely devolves into this by the end of the song.
  • Kendrick Lamar and Taylour Paige's song "We Cry Together" is a Quarreling Song with 77 F-words, 43 "bitches", and 23 N-words in the span of six minutes.
  • Trick Daddy's album Thugs Are Us had two tracks that were completely removed from the clean version: "N Word" (which is Exactly What It Says on the Tin), and "99 Problems" (which contains the word "bitch" in almost every line).