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Why Are Still Letting Heidi Montag Near The Mic!

I will confess, the first time heard the new Heidi Montag song (Body Language)…I thought.

“Hmm, that actually isn’t so bad.”

The second time I heard it, I closely paid attention to the lyrics, and I heard words like this…


“Boy whatcha waiting for
Come and take control over me me
Show authority

If your in it for real
Go ahead put it on me --------That’s what she said!
I know that you want me
So take me

Let me follow your lead
Baby come on control me
Come over take on me
Take me”

This is CANINE FECAL MATTER!!
So I won’t make you read anymore. I mean I know I shouldn’t expect much from las cheapass pop stars, and especially not much from someone who was on “Da Hillz,” but I didn’t imagine it would be this lousy.

I mean all this song does is turn Heidi M into the poster wife for being an "AirHead" who’s full of shit from the neck down. Basically, this song sounds like she’s turning herself into a domestic fuck-puppet for her hubby who RAPS in part it! And if you’ve ever heard her husband, Spenny, speak you’ll know why I sound so angry.

And this is from a guy who listens to tons of pop music, only I listen to it in Spanish and Chinese to avoid all the awful lyrics. But like I said before I’m not completely surprised by the quality, but it I did not expect something so stupid.

I've figured the reason I'm so Ticked Off about this is because I thought Heidi M, might put out a good song, but of course Nature had other plans.

QATFYG: What are the worst lyrics you've ever heard?
These aren't the worst I've heard, I'll post mine in the comments section.

Comments

  1. I do the same thing re: foreign pop music. Heck, even pop music from the UK/Australia is better than the popular crap coming out in the US.

    Heidi Montag is a waste of space. She actually said in a recent interview that she wants to be bigger than Britney Spears. Please. Even Britney has talent. Heidi is just a failure at life.

    Okay, worst lyrics... um, I can't come up with anything good right now. I'll sleep on it.

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  2. Wow, you guys are being tooooo harsh! You're ignoring that this is a major improvement for Heidi. And You know you could be taking it the wrong way.
    Maybe it's not a song about controlling a wife. Instead, it could be about how a person is mesmerized by someone they love instead... just saying.

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  3. Well, Dico brings up a fair point.

    I will say though, if it were a song about being mesmerized by a lover......then, use words like Mesmerized or Passionate or Intensity. Not Control and Authority.

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  4. Okay, I guess I see what you're saying, Dico. It's entirely possible the song is about being in love with someone.

    But, well, I dislike Heidi and everything she represents so much that I'm afraid I can't help but see the worst in her. Oh well.

    (not that my dislike of her stops me from kind of liking the song. cough.)

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  5. I hear ya Adam, Since I've posted about it I can't the song out of my head....cough.

    But I still don't respect the lyrics. They're way too fabricated and almost misogynistic.

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  6. Another interpretation of the song:
    HEIDI MONTAG IS INTO S&M

    makes sense to me!

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  7. Remember when S&M used to only stand for Spaghetti and Meatballs?

    For C-Raw: http://www.zazzle.com/team_lauren_mug-168817597061328673

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