FIVE SONGS INEXPLICABLY LEFT OFF THAT LIST OF THE 50 TOP CONSERVATIVE ROCK SONGS
* "Hey Joe" (recorded by Jimi Hendrix and many other artists)
"Hey Joe!/Where you going with that gun in your hand?/I'm going down shoot my lady/'Cos I caught her messing 'round with another man..."
Extols the right to keep and bear arms, marital fidelity, and not relying on the government to solve every little problem in your life.
* "Your Love Is Like Nuclear Waste" by the Tuff Darts
"Your love is like nuclear waste./Your body is a danger to the human race./They should stamp 'contaminated' right across your face./Your love is like nuclear waste."
Pro-celibacy. A reminder that the only truly safe sex is abstinence.
(Honorable mention: "I Kill Everything I Fuck" by G.G. Allin.)
* "Beat on the Brat" by the Ramones
"Beat on the brat/Beat on the brat/Beat on the brat/with a baseball bat"
There are a lot of spoiled brats in this country, and there wouldn't be nearly as many if we returned to good old-fashioned physical discipline.
* "One in a Million" by Guns 'N Roses
"Immigrants and faggots/They make no sense to me/They come to our country/And think they'll do as they please/Like start some mini Iran,/Or spread some fuckin' disease/They talk so many goddamn ways/It's all Greek to me"
* "One Down, Three to Go" by the Meatmen
"fuck fuck fuck fuck fuck the Beatles/One down, three to go"
This song was written shortly after the death of John Lennon; Lennon was a rich commie peacenik junkie anti-religious illegal alien. His fellow drug-taking, "love"-invoking Beatles weren't much better. If you were a real American, you'd realize that Mark David Chapman did this country a huge favor.