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With the song list already in hand, I should be able to fill out the rest of the list. See for yourself, in these Top 10 Songs About Bosses: There's little question who rules the roost in the Rolling Stones. Roger Waters wrote this ‘Wish You Were Here’ gem as a snarky parody of record company executives who were clueless about music and only seemed to care about cash. He said that his intent was to write a song about being wary of the consequences of political movements, and that the result might not be what one would predict. No lighted pen – though I wish I could. The soundtrack for Horrible Bosses is anything but horrible. I think the people around me would hate me just a little. montelutz said this on August 15, 2011 at 10:14 am | Reply. Face it: Companies abuse their workers mostly becuase they can. Thanks for sharing a bit of how you get such scene specific lists by taking pen and paper into the theater.
wyatt said this on September 1, 2011 at 10:31 pm | Reply. In the original tune, Reed just wanted a boss that would let him rest at night. Is Petty slyly calling himself her boss or could he be referencing memories of a potential extra-marital affair? Enter your email address to subscribe to this blog and receive notifications of new posts by email.
It's no surprise that the Dead stretch out Reed's taut blues into steady-rolling stunner. Horrible Bosses (2011) Soundtracks. And Jennifer Aniston was completely unexpected in how funny she was.
Over the decades, Bruce Springsteen has often empathized with the plight of the working man. ( Log Out / / Who'd have ever dreamed? In the second verse, he sneers, "I remember when he was your boss / I remember him touching your butt." All 17 Songs from the Horrible Bosses Soundtrack. Dolly Parton, “9 to 5″ (1980) You knew this was going to appear somewhere on this list sooner or later! / That a small town girl like you / Would be the boss of me." I get more than a few strange looks when I do, but you gotta do what you gotta do.
1 track on the Top 10 Songs … Waters mines the material for dark humor, especially in the second verse, in which the record boss gushes about the band before asking the oblivious question: “Which one’s Pink?” (This lyric was based in truth, as music label men had misunderstood and thought Pink Floyd was a man, not a band.)
With the rampaging Heartbreakers behind him, Tom Petty fires one sarcastic barb after another in the direction of his ex -- as if to say that being married to the singer was the worst thing in the world. The message is both loud and clear: Work sucks and bosses are even worse. He strapped on an electric guitar, blasted his way out of ‘Maggie’s Farm’ and didn’t look back. The first line of the song references "Chicken Man" Philip Testa, an actual mafia boss who died in 1981 after a bomb was planted at his house. But when enough is enough, and you're ready to quit, you might as well make a dramatic exit. COMPLEX participates in various affiliate marketing programs, which means COMPLEX gets paid commissions on purchases made through our links to retailer sites. From: 'Wish You Were Here' (1975) On the No. It was so funny, in fact, that I think I might just have to go back and see it again. Lay Me Down by the Dirty Heads was only playing in the background during the bar scene when the guys were talking about killing their bosses, but hearing it reminded me how good the song is. Our editorial content is not influenced by any commissions we receive. But when it comes to matters of physical pleasure, Mick Jagger is suddenly more willing to be subjugated. Here's a soundtrack to telling your boss to fuck off: 31 Songs To Quit Your Job To. The Heartbreakers' 1999 album was largely inspired by Petty's divorce and there's more than a hint of nastiness in the record's lead single. Drive-By Truckers have always had a way with brutally honest songwriting, and... 2: “Take This Job and Shove It,” David Allan Coe.