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Re: Your least favorite FT song

Posted: Mon Sep 08, 2014 2:05 pm
by SpyKi
Blonde wrote:Decent Cup Of Tea and Hold Your Tongue.

Both of which came up on shuffle the other day. I was only about 10 tracks in out of about 4000 so it wasn't like there wasn't plenty to choose from.

Also don't like Sunday Nights.
Man, those are two of my favourites. Broken Piano's the best song on TDH, crazy kids in here.

Mine's probably The Road, just don't like that song at all.

Re: Your least favorite FT song

Posted: Sun Sep 14, 2014 6:28 pm
by Sheermusic
Tomasz wrote:Substitute, rivers, undeveloped film
Subsitute :shock: If music was the food of love, then I'd be a fat romantic slob.

My only disliked, if you can use that word, would be Isabel. But putting it on to write this, I realise how good it is... Hard, but I genuinely love all his output.

Nashville Tennessee. It's almost scale-like blues. I like the lyrics, and I've always sang along, but It's the least likeable of sounding songs, maybe.

Re: Your least favorite FT song

Posted: Mon Sep 15, 2014 10:06 pm
by doug
Not a big fan of his cover of Fix Me, but that is probably because I like the original too much to hear it any other way.

It's cheating a bit, but the song was released.

Re: Your least favorite FT song

Posted: Wed Oct 29, 2014 9:24 pm
by Undy
There are a few FT songs that don't particularly register with me one way or another but none I'd say I particularly dislike, so I'll take the full-on cop-out route and pick an album. England Keep My Bones is quite easily my least favourite Frank Turner album. When I listen to the album, I get a very strong sense of Frank exploring and celebrating his English background. Given that I'm not English, and I don't have a particularly strong attachment to my home town area either, the general feeling of the album just doesn't resonate with me. Yet still, If Ever I Stray is one of my favourite and most relatable FT songs.

Re: Your least favorite FT song

Posted: Fri Nov 28, 2014 9:04 am
by edwardgledson
England Keep My Bones is the lease favorite...

Re: Your least favorite FT song

Posted: Fri Nov 28, 2014 4:35 pm
by Watergirl
doug wrote:Not a big fan of his cover of Fix Me, but that is probably because I like the original too much to hear it any other way.

It's cheating a bit, but the song was released.
It's a bit like that for me with 'Dancing Queen'. I think Abba are nearly impossible to cover well. Can't think of any Abba cover that I really like (except Maria Doyle Kennedy's 'S.O.S.', but I doubt anyone has heard that).

Re: Your least favorite FT song

Posted: Fri Nov 28, 2014 7:33 pm
by Dave281
I can't stand Broken Piano, always gets skipped. And, as much as I like Glory Hallelujah, it always grates because of the double negative "...there NEVER was NO god..." So, there was a god then? (I don't think so, personally)

Re: Your least favorite FT song

Posted: Sat Nov 29, 2014 12:48 pm
by reitzel6570
Dave281 wrote:I can't stand Broken Piano, always gets skipped. And, as much as I like Glory Hallelujah, it always grates because of the double negative "...there NEVER was NO god..." So, there was a god then? (I don't think so, personally)
There has "never" been at time when there "was no God" in the minds of some people.

Re: Your least favorite FT song

Posted: Sat Nov 29, 2014 4:34 pm
by darlenet.
reitzel6570 wrote:
Dave281 wrote:I can't stand Broken Piano, always gets skipped. And, as much as I like Glory Hallelujah, it always grates because of the double negative "...there NEVER was NO god..." So, there was a god then? (I don't think so, personally)
There has "never" been at time when there "was no God" in the minds of some people.
Huh, I never thought about it that way; I always winced at the double negative, too. But then, wouldn't that meaning go against the intent of the song? "But now I'm singing my refrain and this is what I say,I say there never was no God. There is no God, so clap your hands together."

I love hearing it live.

Re: Your least favorite FT song

Posted: Sat Nov 29, 2014 5:47 pm
by reitzel6570
Believer or not, there's never a time when there's no God. Reminders of God are everywhere. On our money even. Great song. I love the idea of it. I'm just tired of it. My fault.