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Some bands don't wait around for Weird Al to parody one of their songs, and take a pre-emptive strike and write a silly song of their own.

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"F.O.D," Green Day
herher F.O.D Stands for f*** off & die
Optimus Lime
"Fairies Wear Boots," Black Sabbath
Goin home, late last night
Suddenly I got a fright
Yeah I looked through the window and surprised what I saw
Fairy boots were dancing with a dwarf, All right now!
Fairies wear boots and you gotta believe me
Yeah I saw it, I saw it, I tell you no lies
Yeah fairies wear boots and you gotta believe me
I saw it, I saw it with my own two eyes, Well all right now!
So I went to the doctor
See what he could give me
He said son, son, you've gone too far.
'cause smokin' and trippin' is all that you do.
"Fan names," NKOTB
We know about extreme Grateful Dead fans being called DEAD HEADS. Well there are also HIP HEADS for the Tragically Hip, HEEP HEADS for Uriah Heep, DICK HEADS for Dick Dale (honest!), PARROT HEADS are for Jimmy Buffett and big time fans of New Kids On the Block are (* drumroll *) BLOCK HEADS!
New Kids Suck Suck Suck
"Fitter Happier," Radiohead
In this "song", you don't hear Thom singing. Instead, you hear a computer voice speaking to the piano melody playing in the background. This "song" is really out of place on the album "OK Computer".
"Fluorescent Adolecent," Arctic Monkeys
"You used to get it in your fish net" "Now you only get it in your night dress" They are pretty much describing a girl who used to be a hooker.
"FORE! (album)," Huey Lewis and the News
FORE! is a term used in the SPORT of golf, and this 1986 album is the band's FOURTH.
CaliFOREnia Rocker
"Fresh Fruit," Procol Harum
For an band with an interesting name and not using titles for some of their songs, these guys intend to make a novelty song. Fruit is good for doggies too.
Paul Warren
"Friends," The Police
Andy Summers is featured as the vocalist for this bit of B-side weirdness..."I likes to eat my friends!"

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