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These are lyrics by The Who that we think are kind of repetitive.

Repetitive Song Lyrics, The Who

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The Who: The Ultimate Collection album at
The Who's, "Baba O'Riley"
The Repetitive Lyrics:
Teenage wasteland.
Why They're Repetitive:
Because everyone thinks "Teenage Wasteland" is the name of the song.
Submitted by: Phillip "Screw" Driver
The Who's, "Eminence Front"
The Repetitive Lyrics:
Eminence front
Eminence front
It's a put on
Come and join the party dressed to kill.
Why They're Repetitive:
Kill who? Myself?
Submitted by: (Not Yet) Pope John Paul III
The Who's, "Fiddle About (Entwistle)"
The Repetitive Lyrics:
Fiddle about!
Why They're Repetitive:
At least 40% of the song is these two words together as well as fiddle alone 8 times at the end.
Submitted by: The Rev. A. Palgut
The Who's, "See me Feel me"
The Repetitive Lyrics:
See me, feel me, touch me, heal me
Later: Listening to you I get the music.
Gazing at you I get the heat.
Following you I climb the mountain.
I get excitement at your feet!
Right behind you I see the millions.
On you I see the glory.
From you I get opinions.
From you I get the story.
Why They're Repetitive:
They sing both parts six individual times. I am a fan of the Who, but this song gives me a headache by the fourth repetition.
Submitted by: d00d

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