Disposable Heroes off the Master of Puppets album was one of the best songs I've heard. Now when the internet radio plays Disposable Heroes it sucks. You've remember the Mcdonalds commercial where's the beef. Well my slogan is Where's the rock. My question is why did you remove the rock out of your songs Metallica. You keep reminding of what I think it was Lars who said "it doesn't matter what we play you will like us anyways" at the `1992 emmy's. Metallica get back to yo...
Tony Oller is in love with a reckless woman in the infantile “Bad Girls.”
Frisky synths open the single, setting an eager tone. He checks his phone. 508? He doesn’t know anyone that lives in the 508 area. He checks his messages and it’s somet...
Cool For The Summer
Demi Lovato explores her sexuality in the primitive “Cool For The Summer.”
Jumpy synths open the single, setting an untamed tone....
Take Your Time
Sam Hunt doesn’t want to simply be a guy in the disjointed “Take Your Time.”
A chill guitar opens the single, setting an undemanding tone. He takes a breath and decides to go for it. At her table, he tells he...
Gypsy Woman (She’s Homeless)
Crystal Waters wishes she could change the plight in her community in the &nbs...
Panic! At The Disco
I Write Sins Not Tragedies
Album: A Fever You Can’t Sweat Out Of
Brendan Urie gets a glimpse of the future with his ex-girlfriend and lets out a sigh of relief in the striking “I Write Sins Not Tragedies.”
Suspensful synths open the single, setting...
Jimmy Eat World
Jim Adkins has a serious talk with his girlfriend in the grousing “Work.”
A rosy guitar opens the single, setting an eager tone. She tells him she’s heard enough. He asks her to please not shut him out. A talk will end...
Album: Nothin’ But Trouble
Nia Peeples realizes she’s with a narcisstic boyfriend who will likely go psycho on her in the fierce “Trouble.”
Chafed synths open the single, setting a ticked off tone. She reads through the credit card receipts. There’s a fe...
Jellybean, Catherine Buchanan & Madonna
Catherine Buchanan is aware that she’s being gossiped about in the “Sidewalk Talk.”
Kinetic synths open the single, setting a zippy tone. She p...
Truly Madly Deeply
Album: Savage Garden
Darren Hayes has found true love with his girlfriend in the tender “Truly Madly Deeply.”
An adoring piano opens the single, setting an i...
Gimme Some Love
Gina G wants an intimate evening with her boyfriend in the hyper “Gimme Some Love.”
Aroused synths open the single, setting an immediate tone. After he kisses her hello, she puts her head down, her han...
Shawn Mendes is in deep pain after a breakup in the vexed “Stitches.”
Pitying guitar opens the single, setting a dejected tone. She said he doesn’t ever let anyone in. Her’s incapable of truly loving someone completely. He stirs his coffee and s...
Today Was A Fairytale
Album: Valentine Day’s sdtk
Taylor Swift falls in love at first sight in the dearest “Today Was A Fairytale.”
A cute guitar opens the single, setting an appealing tone. It turned into a special Saturday evening. In her white, l...
Nick Fradini appreciates everything he has in the depreciated “Beautiful Life.”
Jingly synths open the single, setting a nominal tone. He sits on the deck with his girlfriend, sipping on a beer. At the barbecue, are his uncle and cousin. A ...
Album: As I Am
Alicia Keys has found love in the stripped “No One.”
An enarmoured piano opens the single, setting an affectionate tone. She kisses her hand and places it on the computer. Her husband, on the other side o...