#Song Lyric Sunday

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img_0406This week we have some the more deviant, sinister, sordid, terrible, vicious words  Cruel/Evil/Horrible/Monster/Wicked, and hopefully everyone will be able to find a song that utilizes one of these prompt words in the title or in the lyrics.  Take some time to read the posts of other bloggers who respond to this music challenge, as you will probably find many enjoyable songs and it is quite possibly that you will learn a thing or two.  Share your music with others and post a video, try do some research and let everyone know something about the song that you post.  Show the lyrics, let’s all listen to our favorite songs and explore some new music.  Try to find a song that fits the prompt, then write your post and create a pingback, or you can just place your link in the comments section.

Celtic Frost did the Procreation of the Wicked. It was written by songwriters: Gabriel Fischer Thomas / Martin Stricker / Thomas Gabriel Fischer. The only reason I know of this song is because this is played by my grandson. I can’t say I’m fond of Chris’s music choices but it does fit your request Jim.
Now this song comes from a show that was on Fox but was canceled and then picked up by Netflix. It’s hilarious with a lot of sexual tension, violence with angels and demons in roles we don’t typically think about. I found it much more entertaining than the republican convention and obviously there are signs of intelligence in the writing that is not apparent in Trumps’ commentary.
Being Evil has a Price, it’s the official theme song for the TV show Lucifer. A snippet of it plays during the title sequence of every episode. The song is written by Heavy Young Heathens, a duo that makes music mostly for TV and films.
It’s just a [?] that I run through
If I could get my thoughts across to you
A million dollars for your sorrow, now you’re paying for it
Think twice
Being evil has a price[Chorus]
I hear a lot of little secrets
Tell me yours and I’ll keep it
You oughta know my name by now
Better think twice
‘Cause being evil has a price[Verse 2]
I start to wonder, is this real life?
Throw out a candle, turn out the light
The cars and models make you feel like you’re better than it
Think twice
Being evil has a price

[Chorus]
I hear a lot of little secrets
Tell me yours and I’ll keep it
You oughta know my name by now
Better think twice
‘Cause being evil has a price
I’ve got a nasty reputation
Not a bit of hesitation
You better think twice
‘Cause being evil has a price

[Chorus/Outro]
Being evil has a price
I hear a lot of little secrets
Tell me yours and I’ll keep it
You oughta know my name by now
You better think twice
Being evil has a price
I’ve got a nasty reputation
Not a bit of hesitation
You better think twice
‘Cause being evil has a price

‘Cause being evil has a price

“Heavy Young Heathens are American film, film trailer, and television composers, consisting of brothers Aron and Robert Mardo. They are known for their work composing and performing music for television series including Punk’dEastbound & DownThe SimpsonsThe Righteous Gemstones, and Are You the One?. They have also composed music for films such as HalloweenDon VerdeanRules Don’t ApplyYoga Hosers, and Masterminds. Heavy Young Heathens co-composed and performed “Being Evil Has a Price”, the main theme to the popular series Lucifer”. ~ Wikipeida.

2 thoughts on “#Song Lyric Sunday

  1. This song was popular this week. I included it as my 3rd song. I also added the parody “Monster Hash” as a bonus track. I never smoked pot or did drugs, but it is a pretty funny version. 🙂

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