When writing a pop song, there is no such thing as a lyric that is too dumb to sing over and over. Some of the stupidest thoughts the human mind has ever conjured are probably stuck in your mind forever because someone jammed them in a catchy tune.
In this field of shocking idiocy and nonsense rhymes, we want to know what the absolute dumbest lyrics are. Vote now!
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“Notice me (Notice me)/ Notice me (Notice me)/ Why you makin' me shout it?/ Make a move cause it's getting crowded/ Notice me (Notice me)/ Notice me (Notice me)/ Why you bein' such a dick about it?”
“I mean you’re so shy and I’m loving your tie/ You’re slicker than the guy with the thing on his eye.”
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"If I was invisible, I would be the smartest man."
Well then wouldn't all the visible people (aka everyone) be the dumbest people? Isn't that how logic works? Okay well either way, this argument is INVALID.
"Tuck my napkin in my shirt, cause I'm just mobbin like that"
You guys, I think Drake thinks "mobbin" means eating wings. Though highly unlikely, we can all agree that image makes this song way better.
"My vibe is too vibelicious for you babe"
Lyrics = too lyricticious.
"So gimme that 'toot toot' / Lemme give you that 'beep beep'"
We've heard our parents say pretty much these exact words while reading us childhood books like Scuffy the Tugboat and the Little Engine that Could. R. Kelly's reimagination of such an innocent question is disturbing on its own level, but it's also annoying for its vagueness. Toot toot? Beep beep? What is it you want done to you?! Use your words.
"Red solo cup, I fill you up/Let's have a party, let's have a party/I love you red solo cup, I lift you up/Proceed to party, proceed to party"
The Red Solo Cup is a staple of every fun party ever. It remains steadfast in its duty as an ambassador for loosened morals, loud music, and underage drinking. That said, there's, like, a billion things that are more fun at parties, and Toby Keith wanted to sing about none of them.