9 Songs That Have Weird Dialogue In Them

"Oh my god, Becky. Look at her butt..."

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1. "Leader Of The Pack" by The Shangri-La's (1964)

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She met him at the candy store. Which is odd, since Jimmy is the leader of motorcycle gang. I didn't know those guys spent a lot of time at candy stores.

Listen to it at 0:01.

2. "Oops... I Did It Again" by Britney Spears (2000)

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Out of nowhere, the song completely stops so some guy can give Britney the diamond old lady Kate Winslet dropped off a boat at the end of Titanic? Britney is right, dude... you shouldn't have.

Listen to it at 2:12.

3. "Baby Got Back" by Sir Mix-A-Lot (1992)

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Listen to these skinny white chicks gossip about a sista's ass for 30 full seconds. The entire rest of the song is stating evidence for why they are wrong. Even white boys got to shout.

Listen to it at 0:01.

5. "The Girl Is Mine" by Michael Jackson & Paul McCartney (1982)

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This is perhaps the least macho example of two guys about to brawl over a woman. Not a lot of testosterone flowing here. It kind of seems like Michael is the winner, though. It is his album after all.

Listen to it at 2:59.

6. "Love Shack" by The B-52's (1989)

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This is a total mystery. It seems like he's asking if she's pregnant. If so, that is a very weird answer.

Listen to it at 4:47.

7. "Je T'Aime Moi Non Plus" by Serge Gainsbourg & Jane Birkin (1969)

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One of the most boner-y songs of all time. Was Serge a hypnotist or something? NSFW.

8. "Unchained" by Van Halen (1981)

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David Lee Roth messes with producer Ted Templeman in the studio and the end result is, "Let's leave it in. Makes the song even better."

Listen to it at 2:16.

9. "Paradise By The Dashboard Light" by Meatloaf (1977)

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Teenaged Meatloaf has been hooking up with a girl in a car all night, steadily progressing toward full-on intercourse (as narrated in metaphor by baseball legend Phil Rizzuto over a too-long guitar solo). But wait... the girl suddenly wants a life-long commitment and Meatloaf begins weighing options.

Listen to it at 6:06.