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Songs that get stuck in your head?

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Okay so I have had Ain't No Sunshine by Bill Withers stuck in my head for a couple of days. It got me wondering what songs get stuck in peoples heads. So if you have a song that gets stuck in your head often what is it?

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Usually I get idiotic things stuck in there, like things that Limmy sings, or something from Adam and Joe's Song Wars, particularly Doctor Sexy. They often turn into a medley.

Unfortunately, I had Lambeth Walk in my head for all of last week, and it was awful.

None of this will probably mean anything to people outside of the UK, so I've provided links, as well as understood apologies for any resultant head sticking-ins.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=E5ZYBOq2-3o

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@ Kev Tijerina - I feel you on the intro to A Clockwork Orange. Wendy Carlos killed that score.

I've had the Stones' "Get Off Of My Cloud" in my head for a while. I've had Lungfish's "Oppress Yourself" in my head for the last 6 months.

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Usually I get idiotic things stuck in there, like things that Limmy sings, or something from Adam and Joe's Song Wars, particularly Doctor Sexy. They often turn into a medley.

Unfortunately, I had Lambeth Walk in my head for all of last week, and it was awful.

None of this will probably mean anything to people outside of the UK, so I've provided links, as well as understood apologies for any resultant head sticking-ins.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=E5ZYBOq2-3o

haha limmy is pure quality

[video=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dpmcd0SBIq0

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@Gregor hahaha! I hadn't seen that one. Have you watched his live webcam shows where he sings along with shit radio?

Yeah I follow him on Twitter too and his twitter feed/webcam stuff is funnier than his tv programme

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