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Old 05-03-2005, 10:28 PM   #1
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crys Limp Biskit

nota real fan... although I really like My Generation and MY WAY (damm wrestling)

read this:

http://www.411mania.com/music/review...eviews_id=4169


song of the year?... I'm scared
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I don't know what's sadder: me having to add Limp Bizkit to the Band Index...or me knowing the correct spelling of Limp Bizkit.
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I never really liked Limp Bizkit. I liked Nookie because it had the word Cookie in it and I remembered I was eating a cookie at that time... which made that song quite enjoyable

but song of the year?.. I hope not.. (no offense to those who do like him)
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I never really liked Limp Bizkit. I liked Nookie because it had the word Cookie in it and I remembered I was eating a cookie at that time... which made that song quite enjoyable

but song of the year?.. I hope not.. (no offense to those who do like him)
Oddly enough, the use of the word cookie in the song Nookie also was very appealing to me.
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Yeah, I like my generation... from the WHO!!
And behind blue eyes... also from the WHO!!
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And thus Limp Bizkit was inducted into the B&C Hall Of Fame.
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That "Behind Blue Eyes" song of theirs is awesome.
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I like Limp Bizkit's song Faith. It is evidence that they are good songwriters. I remember Fred and co. sung one of their un-released songs, "Wish You Were Here" for some type of 9/11 tribute. I'm amazed they didn't redo that song and release it on a Bizkit record Limp Bizkit style. That was a well written song by Fred and co.
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ok, I'll be the voice of reason and jump in to remind everyone that
LIMP BIZCUT SUCKS ASS.


close thread anytime.
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I like Limp Bizkit's song Faith. It is evidence that they are good songwriters. I remember Fred and co. sung one of their un-released songs, "Wish You Were Here" for some type of 9/11 tribute. I'm amazed they didn't redo that song and release it on a Bizkit record Limp Bizkit style. That was a well written song by Fred and co.
Sorry, but your faith is misplaced.
A) Limp Bizkit didn't write "Faith". George Michael did. It's a cover.
B) Limp Bizkit did not perform "Wish You Were Here." It was Fred and Johnn Reznick from Goo Goo Dolls. And again, it isn't Fred or Limp Bizkit's song, it's Pink Floyd's. It's a cover.
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yeah, the bizkit are definitely very gifted songwriters. but they can't touch the musical legends in KoRn. that last song they made, "another brick in the wall", was just incredible. how do they write such fantastic songs?
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Sorry, but your faith is misplaced.
A) Limp Bizkit didn't write "Faith". George Michael did. It's a cover.
B) Limp Bizkit did not perform "Wish You Were Here." It was Fred and Johnn Reznick from Goo Goo Dolls. And again, it isn't Fred or Limp Bizkit's song, it's Pink Floyd's. It's a cover.
THANK YOU, WE DIDN'T KNOW THAT.
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Sorry, but your faith is misplaced.
A) Limp Bizkit didn't write "Faith". George Michael did. It's a cover.
B) Limp Bizkit did not perform "Wish You Were Here." It was Fred and Johnn Reznick from Goo Goo Dolls. And again, it isn't Fred or Limp Bizkit's song, it's Pink Floyd's. It's a cover.
Sarcasm goes over so well sometimes.
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I'm not afraid to say that I like the song "The Truth" from the new Limp Bizkit album. I'm willing enough to download the album b/c of that one track.
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You can't tell me that Limp Bizkit didn't right this masterpiece and instead written by the guy who sang Wake Me Up Before You Go Go. Suuuuuuuuuuure

Quote:
Well I guess it would be nice
If I could touch your body
I know not everybody
Has got a body like you

But I’ve got to think twice
Before I give my heart away
And I know all the games you play
Because I play them too

Oh but i
Need some time off from that emotion
Time to pick my heart up off the floor
And when that love comes down
Without devotion
Well it takes a strong man baby
But I’m showing you the door

’cause I gotta have faith...

Baby
I know you’re asking me to stay
Say please, please, please, don’t go away
You say I’m giving you the blues
Maybe
You mean every word you say
Can’t help but think of yesterday
And another who tied me down to loverboy rules

Before this river
Becomes an ocean
Before you throw my heart back on the floor
Oh baby I reconsider
My foolish notion
Well I need someone to hold me
But I’ll wait for something more

Yes I’ve gotta have faith...
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