Favourite song lyric to quote? There are a lot of good ones out there; curious to hear what everyone's answers will be.
Mine, ATM: "Presuming that all things are equal/ who'd want to be men of the people/ When there's people like you?"
Now sit right down and you'll hear a tale. a tale of a fateful trip - that started from this tropic port, aboard this tiny ship.
The mate was a mighty sailing man, ths skipper brave and sure. Five passengers set sail that day for a three hour tour - A three hour tour....
the weather started getting rough - the tiny ship was tossed . If not for the courage of the fearless crew , the Minnow would be lost - the Minnow would be lost! ....
Favourite lyric for the imagery: "My time is a piece of wax, falling on a termite, who's choking on a splinter." Beck: Loser
also all the euphemism in the Bloodhound gang's song: The Bad Touch.
Almost all the lyrics of Barenaked Ladies are really funny: like "I just made you say underwear" [azlyrics.com]
Best lyrics with rythm: Barenaked Ladies: "Chickity China the Chinese chicken....
Best rhyme that makes no sense: Barenaked Ladies: "I'd buy you a green dress (but not a real green dress, that's cruel)"
Sorry for the long post...
If I were joking, I would have to say: “I want your cray cray...” which is a song from the show Jessica Jones.
But seriously, I would have to go with: “You can go your own way...Go your own way...You can call it another lonely day...” ~ Fleetwood Mac (Although I prefer Lissie’s version)
But I also do use this particular line when Halloween roles around: “In this town - We call home - Everyone hail the Pumpkin Song” ~ Broken Peach
Well it’s more like spoken word set to a beat but I absolutely love this lyric:
“The reason there’s smog in Los Angeles
Is cause if we could see the stars
If we could see the context of the universe we exist in
We could see how small each one of us is
Against the vastness of what we don’t know
No one would ever audition for a McDonald’s commercial again
And then where would we be?
No frozen dinners and no TV
And Is that a world we wanna text in?”
Tiny Glowing Screens by Watsky from his album Cardboard Castles.