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Worst "New" Song

    Slidin Fast posted Thu, 29 Mar 2012 23:00:00 GMT(3/29/2012)

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    Joined 5/26/2010

    Song 92 "Preach the Word" has got to be the most sickening song in the new song book. We have had two years to reflect and get used to the new songs so the first flush of outrage and disgust is past.

    Now those of us who are still stuck in have to stand and mouth these travesties of an excuse for music. I love singing and can even enjoy singing stuff I don't have much time for. This song though just fills me with disgust. It is like a Disney catchy, shallow tune with lyrics that make me feel physically nauseous. I HATE it.

    I nominate this as the bottom of the bucket.

    Disillusioned Lost-Lamb posted Fri, 30 Mar 2012 00:04:00 GMT(3/30/2012)

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    breakfast of champions posted Fri, 30 Mar 2012 01:06:00 GMT(3/30/2012)

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    Oh gosh, I cannot physically produce the sounds of these songs anymore. My singing is more like:

    "Preach the wuhhhhh... da da da. . . hmm hmmm hmmm... da da dooo. . ."

    Awful stuff.

    WTWizard posted Fri, 30 Mar 2012 13:42:00 GMT(3/30/2012)

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    Joined 5/10/2007

    Good thing I don't have to listen to that sxxx. Perhaps those still stuck in the cancer should give the Fifth Dimension's Aquarius/Let the Sunshine In a listen to. Maybe, when the Age of Aquarius actually gets fully here, the witlesses (and all other Christian denominations) will all go down, while people will actually be able to sing much better songs (or, Agenda 21+ will get us all enslaved before then, killing all access to any music).

    MeanMrMustard posted Fri, 30 Mar 2012 13:45:00 GMT(3/30/2012)

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    Sapphy posted Fri, 30 Mar 2012 14:22:00 GMT(3/30/2012)

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    Joined 4/17/2009

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7vPc070FWgE

    Ugh, preach the word with disordered syntax "though preaching may out of season seem..."

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