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Deep Purple – When a Blind Man Cries Lyrics 7 years ago
The best version of this song is definitely the one on Live At Rotterdam. If you haven't heard it yet, get ready to cry.

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KISS – I Was Made For Lovin' You Lyrics 10 years ago
I heard the same thing that 2Loud did-- that Paul Stanley wanted to prove how easy it was to write a disco hit. To me that makes it somewhat ironic that so many people dislike this song for being disco, because in reality it was Kiss mocking the disco craze by saying "Even we can do it."

That said, the definitive version of this song is the version on Alive III. The original is incredible as it is but the Alive III version is even better.

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Iron Butterfly – In-a-Gadda-Da-Vida Lyrics 15 years ago
One hit wonder? I guess they forgot about their song "Possession" which did pretty well on the charts.

In any case, I certainly don't think of these guys as one-hit wonders. I own all 6 of their studio albums and their entire catalog is just mind-blowing, especially Heavy and the hard-to-find Sun And Steel.

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Led Zeppelin – Stairway to Heaven Lyrics 16 years ago
"This website is meant to state your opinions about songs" Exactly Ossy, which means he has just as much right to bash the song as you do to praise it. In fact, he has even more of a right because the song is horrible. Not only is this one of the worst ballads ever written, it is one of the worst songs I have ever heard, period. The lyrics clearly don't mean anything, and if you've wasted so much time thinking about them, you need to get a life. It's just a stupid song.

I don't hate all of Led Zeppelin. Kashmir is a good song, and I don't mind Black Dog at all. Zeppelin did churn out some pretty substantial hits, but why anyone would pick this song out as their best is beyond me. Deep Purple's "Smoke On The Water" is imortal because of its outstanding riff, as is Black Sabbath's "Iron Man." Guns N' Roses' song "Sweet Child O' Mine" has a great melody. Countless other songs by other bands deserve their places in music history, but Stairway has no element that would make it considerable better than any other awful song. Its "riff" is slow, boring, and irritating, and the lyrics, as stated above, are incoherent. The song drones on waaaaay too long, and it never, ever picks up during that time. Simply put, this song is nothing more than a generic filler song that somehow ended up in the hearts and heads of millions of mindless rock-listeners. Robert Plant even regrets writing it. If he is such a genius, and even he hates the song, why can't you all admit as well that it sucks?

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Led Zeppelin – Stairway to Heaven Lyrics 16 years ago
The song still sucks.

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Deep Purple – Hush Lyrics 16 years ago
Maybe the greatest love song ever. The meaning is obvious.

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Black Sabbath – Computer God Lyrics 16 years ago
About us relying on computers, and then computers coming back and biting us in the ass. Sort of like Terminator/The Matrix.

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Black Sabbath – Anno Mundi (The Vision) Lyrics 16 years ago
This might be Sabbath's best song ever, along with 1973's "Sabbath, Bloody Sabbath."

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Led Zeppelin – Stairway to Heaven Lyrics 16 years ago
Is everyone crazy? This song means nothing! They wrote it when they were high on PCP! Next person who calls this song the greatest of all time gets my foot up their ass.

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Led Zeppelin – Stairway to Heaven Lyrics 16 years ago
This song really is the most overrated of all time. I'm not even a big Zeppelin fan, and I consider this song to be one of their worst. What really pisses me off is when I tell people how bad it is, and they reply with "It's a technical song." What the %*@$ is that supposed to mean? It's nothing more than a lame excuse for the song's utter weakness. The only good part of the song is the lyrics-- if only they could have been complimented with decent music. If you really want a ballad that's technically good, you need to listen to Deep Purple's "Child In Time," which features some of the best vocals ever recorded.

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Black Sabbath – Spiral Architect Lyrics 16 years ago
Actually, Geezer Butler, the bassist wrote most of the lyrics until Ozzy left the band. But great lyrics either way.

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Black Sabbath – Fairies Wear Boots Lyrics 16 years ago
I hate to disagree with you rockstar001, but I actually think this is one of Sabbath's more self-explanitory songs. It's about some time when Ozzy was drunk or high or something, and he had hallucinations, such as, "Fairy boots were dancing' with a dwarf." The final 4 lines explain it perfectly:

"So I went to the doctor
See what he could give me
He said "Son, son, you've gone too far.
'Cause smokin' and trippin' is all that you do."

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Rammstein – Mutter (English) Lyrics 16 years ago
I don't care what it means, this is my favorite all-time song, and I've heard a LOT of songs. I mean, this one is just plain perfect.

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The Prodigy – Jericho Lyrics 17 years ago
I always thought "horns" was "walls." If I remember correctly, the "walls of Jericho" had some meaning, didn't they? (and I'm not just referring to the WWF's Chris Jericho) The way he says it, it sounds like it could be "horns" or "walls." Did these lyrics come from the CD booklet, or did someone just interpret them themselves?

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Orgy – Opticon Lyrics 17 years ago
This song sounds very industrial. It reminds me of the corporate failure Enron (it's monopolization, domination, and eventual bankrupcy)

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