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steal this song!

Ok kids. I got Kazaa open and I'm ready to steal some songs. Start shooting those suggestions at me.

I'm starting off with Justin Timberlake's Rock Your Body. Then I'm gonna dance.

I'll probably trip over the vacuum cleaner at some point. That's why I only do things like this when I'm alone.

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any Fleetwood Mac song

I Think We're Alone Now by Debbie Gibson. Rock on, baby!

As much as I hate to admit that I know this...

TIFFANY recorded I Think We're Alone Now, not Debbie Gibson!

Steal the song Debbie Gibson is Pregnant with My Two-Headed Love-Child...I can't remember who sings it, but it's really funny!!

Anything by Bret Michaels. He's dreamy.

Knew i'd catch somebody....

:DE

by the way, you're thinking of Mojo Nixon, I believe.

i have a whole bunch in mind but you'll prolly hate all of them... haha

AimeeC..

Well, yes Tiffany recorded "I Think Were Alone Now" in the eighties but lets go back to the 60's when Tommy James and the Shondells recorded it. (sheepish grin)

Gin and Juice covered by The Gourds, and again by the Berlin Project.
Tank!, the theme to Cowboy Bebop
Kick Some Ass by Stroke 9
Last Hour of the Last Day by Less Than Jake
Girl All the Bad Guys Want by Bowling for Soup
Polyamourous and Skin by Breaking Benjamin
What It Is To Burn by Finch
Swing Swing by the All American Rejects
Become What you Hate by Midtown

I'm such an enabler...

Evanescence

Down for Life by Testament
Hobo Humpin' Slobo Babe by Whale
Bulls on Parade by Rage Against the Machine

Those are just a few that were stuck in my head today.

"March of the Sinister Ducks" by Alan Moore
"Pumping for Enya" by Atom & His Package
"Fake Bjork Song" by Liam Lynch
"Tiny Spark" by Brendan Benson
"Sunday After You" by Kenna
"Put Your Boobs On" by Ween

Cretin Hop - The Ramones

Anything by James White and The Blacks, Iggy and the Stooges, Joan Jett, Helmet, Eddie Cochran, Brian Setzer, Johnny Cash, or the Fun Lovin' Criminals.

No Bee Gees dammit!

You need to get anything by They Might Be Giants

My current loves are The Donnas, The Eyeliners and The Groovie Ghoulies. Each band has scads of great songs (the Ghoulies back-catalog in particular is huge), but I'll suggest a couple of songs from each for the uninitiated:

Donnas: 40 Boys In 40 Nights from Turn 21, Pass It Around from Spend The Night

Eyeliners: Rock-N-Roll Baby! from Here Comes Trouble, Too Good To Be True from Sealed With A Kiss

Groovie Ghoulies: Bye Bye Brain from Travels With My Amp, Ghoulies Are Go! from Go! Stories

I Think We're Alone Now was also covered in cute form by late 70's freaky new wave popstress Lene Lovich.

Try finding that on Kazaa.

On the subject of late seventies new wave
oddities- what about Nina Hagen's African Reggae?

As far as unlikely covers go, Ricky Don't Lose That Number by Wilson Phillips, while not a must have, is vastly better than one would expect.

My inner-city dialup gives a consistant 53k which won't drop on unattended download, but I still don't bother with kazaa. I just check cds out of the library...

Download "Humpty Dance" By Digital Undgerground, then download "Same Song" By Digital Underground. Yes, i know humpty was kinda stupid, but humor me, ok? heh

California Dreaming cover by "The Vandals"

Or any
Punk cover