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Bob Seger's, "You'll Accomp'ny Me"
The Inappropriate Lyrics:
I've seen you smiling in the summer sun
I've seen your long hair flying when you run
I've made my mind up that it's meant to be
Someday lady you'll accomp'ny me
Why They're Inappropriate:
It's called stalking.
Submitted by: Tarzan
Sheryl Crow's, "The First Cut Is The Deepest"
The Inappropriate Lyrics:
I still want you by my side
but I'm sure going to give you a try
Why They're Inappropriate:
I skipped one line in there to show the relevance of these two lines. She says that she wants him by her side but she's going to give him a try. hmm... Furthermore, 'but' usually is used to contrast two statements. I don't know why she changed it because in Rod Stewart's original version he says 'and'.
Submitted by: Gus
Meghan Trainor's, "No (2010s - use 'country' instead)"
The Inappropriate Lyrics:
All my ladies listen up
If that boy ain't giving up
Lick your lips and swing your hips
Girl all you gotta say is
Why They're Inappropriate:
It's called rejection.
Submitted by: CJ
Aqua's, "Barbie Girl"
The Inappropriate Lyrics:
Life in plastic
It's fantastic
Make me walk, make talk
Do whatever you please
Why They're Inappropriate:
The first part is encouraging young girls to have plastic surgery (like a barbie doll) and the second part is saying that girls should be played with (either sexually or manipulated) by men and that's not a good message for young girls.
Submitted by: Louise Mills
Dolly Parton's, "Me and Little Andy "
The Inappropriate Lyrics:
If you don't love, us no one will
Why They're Inappropriate:
She's talking about a little girl being neglected by her dad. Earlier in the song she says "my mummy ran away again" and later she says "my daddy's drunk again in town" insinuating that he's an alcoholic and possibly abusive towards her and her mum when she's there.
Submitted by: Louise Mills
Rod Stewart's, "Tonight's The Night"
The Inappropriate Lyrics:
Just let your inhibitions run wild
Why They're Inappropriate:
It doesn't make sense. He's trying to seduce a woman. But if she lets her inhibitions run wild, she becomes very inhibited. He would want that, would he?
Submitted by: Tarquin
Queen's, "Killer Queen"
The Inappropriate Lyrics:
Gunpowder, gelatine
Dynamite with a laser beam
Why They're Inappropriate:
Gelatine? gelatine? Are we talking explosives or cooking products, here? But I guess gelignite doesn't rhyme.
Submitted by: Phil Alexander
Simple Minds', "Don't You Forget About Me"
The Inappropriate Lyrics:
Rain keeps fallin',
rain keeps fallin' down
Why They're Inappropriate:
And what, pray tell, does this have to do with the rest of the song?
Submitted by: Gus
The Drifters', "Under the Boardwalk"
The Inappropriate Lyrics:
We'll be makin' love under the boardwalk,
Why They're Inappropriate:
Romanticizing public indecency... how is nobody seeing anything wrong with that?
Submitted by: Amanda
Diana Ross', "Upside Down"
The Inappropriate Lyrics:
Respectfully I say to thee
I'm aware that you're cheatin
Why They're Inappropriate:
The now mostly archaic English pronoun 'thee' was used to address persons with whom one was on a different level of intimacy than those addressed as 'you'. So addressing the same person as both 'thee' and 'you' in a single sentence (hence with no chance that the relationship changed over time in between the uses of the two pronouns) was never proper.
Submitted by: Valerie Cameron

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