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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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"Y'all Want A Single (Say Fuck That)," KoRn
It got banned for saying "fuck" 99 times with a total of 100 swears. The group eventually decided to make a remix called "Y'all Want A Single (Say Suck That)
Travis
"Yellow Fever," Bloodhound Gang
A song about Jimmy Pop having sex with an Asian woman. Was originally released under the Republic Records label of One Fierce Beer Coaster, but was omitted from the album's re-release under the Geffen Records label two months later for being too graphic.
TurdFerguson
"Yellow Fever," Bloodhound Gang
A song about Jimmy Pop having sex with an Asian woman. Was originally released under the Republic Records label of One Fierce Beer Coaster, but was omitted from the album's re-release under the Geffen Records label two months later for being too graphic.
TurdFerguson
"Yellow Submarine," The Beatles
In April 1971, this is one of many songs that the Illinois Crime Commission published as a list of popular pop/rock songs that contain drug references.
Peter
"Yep Roc Heresi," Slim Gaillard
Slim Gaillard was a jazz singer/multi-instrumentalist from the 1940s until his death in the 1980s. Many of his songs were nonsensical and funny. This was one. It was banned on the radio because, broadcasters claimed, its lyrics were obscene. The reality? Slim took the lyrics from the menu of a Hungarian restaurant that he frequented.
Rick Blaine
"You Don't Know How It Feels," Tom Petty
Banned for the line "Let's roll another joint." MTV reversed the word "joint" when it aired the music video.
dxman
"You Don't Know How It Feels," Tom Petty
Not exactly banned per se. On MTV, they reversed the word "joint" in the line, "Let's roll another joint".
Beth
"You Don't Know How It Feels," Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers
On the radio in Ohio the line "let's roll another joint" was edited into "let's hit another joint".
CD Listener
"You Oughta Know," Alanis Morissette
Not banned outright, but the line "Are you thinking of me when you f*** her" is usually partly bleeped out when it is played on the radio for some reason.
Jeffrey
"You Sure Love To Ball," Marvin Gaye
This one was on the album after "What's Goin' On" and was banned on Armed Forces stations because of its sexual innuendos.
Ron Adams

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