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6 songs on my iPod that begin with “Ain’t”


Okay, not my favorite GnR song, but Appetite for Destruction kicked enough ass to last a lifetime.
 
Major Nelson always grooves to this one when I play it in my office. Shake it, Maj!
 
Oh the glory days of David Lee Roth. "My love is rotten to the core." Were truer words ever spoken?
 
Dino, Dino, Dino. I love his voice even more than Frank’s. But Frank’s still the master.
 
On the American Graffiti soundtrack. The third-best movie George Lucas ever made.
 
Sums up the stupid crap you will put up with for a superhottie. "You do me wrong but still I’m crazy ’bout you." 
 
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3 thoughts on “6 songs on my iPod that begin with “Ain’t”

  1. Rainmaker2112 on said:

    Great set of songs Trix.One of my ripped gaming soundtracks includes a huge number of Van Halen songs from I, II, Women & Children First and Fair Warning. The memories from those years are kinda like Diamond Dave’s quote "People ask me with all the partying and bright lights if I need glasses and I tell’em, No, I still drink straight from the bottle"Another lyric gem from that poet D. Lee Roth:"Hey, you remember when that girl was prom queen? (Oh, wow)Take it off, take it off (Woo)"Sigh, those were the times of youth…

  2. Surly Duff on said:

    Here’s what I have for "ain’t":"Ain’t Gonna Cry No More"–Monica"Ain’t It a Shame(demo)"–Nirvana"Ain’t no Particular Way"–Shania Twain"Ain’t no Room"–The Vines"Ain’t Nobody Home"–B.B. King with D’angelo"Ain’t Talkin ‘Bout Love"–Van Halen"Ain’t Talkin ‘Bot Love (Live)"–Van Halen"Ain’t Too Proud to Beg"–The Rolling Stones"Ain’t Too Proud to Beg"–The Temptations"Ain’tnuttin Buttersong"–Public Enemy

  3. Christa on said:

    Ohhh I love "Ain’t Too Proud to Beg" Temptations version of course. I’ll have to add that!

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