Songs with lots of lyrics at rapid speed?

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  1. Another Steve

    Another Steve Forum Resident

    The first one that came to mind. Sounds like it would be difficult to keep pace.

     
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  2. Ditmasduke

    Ditmasduke Forum Resident



    Original version has the fastest vocals
     
  3. Another Steve

    Another Steve Forum Resident

    Second one I thought about. Interesting opening. Getting things started off right.

     
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  4. Holerbot6000

    Holerbot6000 Forum Resident

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    Pretty much every song Jim Steinman ever wrote or ever will write? :wtf:
     
  5. oldsurferdude

    oldsurferdude Forum Resident

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    Beach Boys-"Surf's Up"
     
  6. Synthfreek

    Synthfreek Please label the photos you post

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    How could y'all forget this piece of garbage? First one I thought of.

    Barbra Streisand - Jingle Bells
     
  7. Brian Kelly

    Brian Kelly 1964-73 rock's best decade

    Ca Plane Pour Moi by Plastic Bertrand

    Pump It Up by Elvis Costello
     
  8. Beatnik_Daddyo'73

    Beatnik_Daddyo'73 Music Addiction Personified

    ...the first song I thought of. You beat me to it :cool::thumbsup:
     
  9. rancher

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    Blues Traveler/John Popper - Hook and Runaround
     
  10. Dozey

    Dozey Member

    Any Gilbert and Sullivan patter song. My favourite is "Really doesn't Matter" from Ruddigore.
     
  11. Andrew Chouffi

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    "Jet Boy, Jet Girl" - Elton Motello

    How did that get released, anyway?

    Andy
     
  12. DEAN OF ROCK

    DEAN OF ROCK Forum Resident

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    What about Stephen Stills “Word Game”?
     
  13. R. Totale

    R. Totale The Voice of Reason

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    I know I've posted this song before in different contexts ("Favorite Song With Accordion", "Favorite Modern Concept Album", maybe more) but it's still great and that Cathal Coughlan sure is a wordy bastard, so I'll do it again. The song is actually called "They Bought", it's from the album/show "Foburg".

     
  14. ggergm

    ggergm sexagenarian

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    Terminal Eyes - Al Stewart

    This is not surprising as Stewart mentions in the album's liner notes that this is his "If I only wrote I Am A Walrus" song.
     
  15. c-eling

    c-eling Forum Resident

    Skinny Puppy-Pro-test, 2004
     
  16. onionmaster

    onionmaster Tropical new waver from the future

  17. Silksashbash

    Silksashbash Forum Resident

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    Here's three

    D.R.I. - I Don't Need Society + Balance Of Terror + My Fate To Hate
     
  18. danasgoodstuff

    danasgoodstuff Forum Resident

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  19. socorro

    socorro Forum Resident

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    Seems like most songs by ABC were pretty word-dense.

    The Message too.

    Subterranean Homesick Blues was definitely a good call.
     
  20. Sane Man

    Sane Man Well-Known Member

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    The Tubes - What do you want from life?



    Well, you can't have that, but if you're an American citizen you are entitled to:
    a heated kidney shaped pool,
    a microwave oven--don't watch the food cook,
    a Dyna-Gym--I'll personally demonstrate it in the privacy of your own home,
    a kingsize Titanic unsinkable Molly Brown waterbed with polybendum,
    a foolproof plan and an airtight alibi,
    real simulated Indian jewelry,
    a Gucci shoetree,
    a year's supply of antibiotics,
    a personally autographed picture of Randy Mantooth
    and Bob Dylan's new unlisted phone number,
    a beautifully restored 3rd Reich swizzle stick,
    Rosemary's baby,
    a dream date in kneepads with Paul Williams,
    a new Matador,
    a new mastadon,
    a Maverick,
    a Mustang,
    a Montego,
    a Merc Montclair,
    a Mark IV,
    a meteor,
    a Mercedes,
    an MG,
    or a Malibu,
    a Mort Moriarty,
    a Maserati,
    a Mac truck,
    a Mazda,
    a new Monza,
    or a moped,
    a Winnebago--Hell, a herd of Winnebago's we're giving 'em away,
    or how about a McCulloch chainsaw,
    a Las Vegas wedding,
    a Mexican divorce,
    a solid gold Kama Sutra coffee pot,
    or a baby's arm holding an apple?
     
  21. ReggieNJ

    ReggieNJ Forum Resident

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    How about hyper speed?
     
  22. onlyconnect

    onlyconnect The prose and the passion

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    Tom Lehrer: The Elements :)

    Tim
     
  23. onlyconnect

    onlyconnect The prose and the passion

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    Also, the entirety of UK punk rock circa 1975 :)

    Tim
     
  24. Etienne Hanratty

    Etienne Hanratty Forum Resident

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    This has a Subterranean Homesick Blues vibe to it (Excavating Rita on the same album explicitly references it), with an explicitly British early 21st century twist:-



    (Tommy Walsh’s Eco House-Half Man Half Biscuit)
     
  25. Dirkwkirk

    Dirkwkirk Forum Resident

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    Ohio
    May not qualify. Focus Hocus Pocus.
     

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