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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This song is about clothing that you love even when they become tattered and torn.
This song is about hitting the town yet now LGBT organizations use it as an anthem, just like "We Are the Champions" by Queen. Look at the title words to see why.
"I'm In Love With My Car," Queen
This song almost didn't make it onto the album because Brian May just couldn't take it seriously (and it is pretty silly, but it's not like Brian never has any fun- he wrote "Fat Bottomed Girls"- so who is he to judge?).
Granted, BNL isn't the most serious band in the world, but this particular track has a number of lyrics that are rather humorous ("If I had a million dollars, we wouldn't have to eat Kraft Dinner...but we WOULD eat Kraft Dinner"/"Of course we would! We would just eat more of it!") and they even laugh during one part.
"The Intergalatic Laxative," Donovan
Considered to be Donovan's worst song about toliet arrangements for astronauts, from 1973.
All it is, is Nikki Sixx talking about his crappy life with depressing carnival music playing in the background.
In the video Mark Holmes shouts out "NO!" But when the song is performed live Mark always seems to shout out "SERGE GALLI" or "GUITAR!"
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