“Girls Like You” by Maroon 5 is a pleasant ballad until Cardi B starts screaming in the middle of it.
At my warehouse job, some days they play AC or modern hits stations in which "Girl Like You" is sometimes played. After the "It's 6:45" rap segment, I'm always in suspense as to whether they play Cardi B's rap segment, or they skip it and go straight to the chorus. (It's a 50/50 chance from experience.) I always groan to myself if I start hearing Cardi's obnoxious voice.
"Who do you love?"---Bo Diddley
"Swear allegiance to the flag, whatever flag they offer. Never hint at what you really feel."---Mike and the Mechanics
Strawberry Alarmclock-"Incense And Peppermints" from 1967 Paul McCartney-"Spies Like Us" from 1985 The Doors "L.A. Woman" (Mr. Mojo rising ) However, I don't believe that this song was ever released as a single.
Here's a rather obscure song - "Give" by Dishwalla. Around the four minute mark, after the final chorus, it's instrumental for the remainder of the song and the melody is completely different than the rest of the song.
Post by johnnywest on Feb 12, 2021 12:02:19 GMT -5
I'd say the middle of "Tubular Bells." The instruments change and the tempo increases. And since that part of the instrumental wasn't included in "The Exorcist," it may have sounded like a new song to first-time listeners.