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Can you think of a song that was specifically banned by a radio station, tv station, or government?

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"The Silly Song. [Some lyrics were removed.]," The Seven Dwarfs, Film: Snow White + the Seven D..
One of the verses, sung by one of the [long bearded] dwarfs, was removed for being too taboo, says Disney, the company that made the 1930s film- "Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs". The verse of the song goes like this: " When I was born, I had no clothes, I didn't even have a nightie./ So, I wrapped my whiskers around my legs, and used the for a didy."
TRthedude
"Fight For The Rock (Album)," Savatage
This album was given a PA sticker upon release, despite containing no objectionable content. Why? The band's last album had featured objectionable content and had eventually been given the PA sticker. The record label figured slapping stickers on harmless albums would help them sell.
GlamRockNinjaLord
"Open Up And Say... Ahh (Album)," Poison
The original cover showed a model dressed like a demon with clawed nails, a giant tongue and the like. Christians objected and most future releases of the album only showed the model's eyes.
GlamRockNinjaLord
"Something's Gotta Give," All Time Low
All Time Low shows many violent scenes of a flesh eating zombie in this video, and he is killed at the end. MTV will still show this video, but in the cleanest way possible. But again, no music channels minded violence in Taylor Swift & Kendrick Lamar's "Bad Blood"!
ILoveMusic
"See It Through," Janis Ian
Banned in Germany
Bud Manning
"Only the Good Die Young," Billy Joel
Banned for being "anti-Catholic"
Evan
"Love Me Two Times," The Doors
Banned for being "too risqué"
Evan
"Lady Godiva," Peter and Gordon
Banned in Coventry (home of Lady Godiva) for obscenity
Evan
"I Saw Mommy Kissing Santa Claus," Jimmy Boyd
Banned because it was to sexual for the Catholic church. No, really.
Evan
"Great Balls of Fire," Jerry Lee Lewis
Part of the 2001 Clear Channel bullcrap
Evan
"Ding-Dong! The Witch Is Dead," The Wizard of Oz
Banned by the BBC following the death of Margaret Thatcher
Evan
"Can't Stand Losing You," The Police
Banned by the BBC for the single cover, depicting drummer Stewart Copeland hanging himself
Evan
"Bobby Brown," Frank Zappa
Banned in the US for the...overtly...sexual content
Evan
"Blurred Lines," Robin Thicke
Banned by colleges in the UK for "promoting rap culture and misogyny
Evan
"War," Edwin Starr
Banned by the BBC during the Gulf War
Evan
"Walk Like an Egyptian," The Bangles
Banned by the BBC during the Gulf War, a year before it was banned in the US following 9/11
Evan
"Suicide Is Painless (Theme from "MASH"," Theme Songs
Banned by the BBC during the Gulf War
Evan
"Saturday Night's Alright for Fighting," Elton John
Banned by the BBC during the Gulf War
Evan
"Oliver's Army," Elvis Costello
Banned by the BBC during the Gulf War
Evan
"Love Is a Battlefield," Pat Benatar
Banned by the BBC during the Gulf War
Evan

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