Song lyrics that remind you of nursing... - page 4
Every so often I'll hear lyrics on songs on the radio that remind me of nursing... Here's a couple of examples I've heard on the radio recently, unfortunately I can't remember who sings either of... Read More
May 8, '07It's the End of the World... is by REM.
3 am by Matchbox 20 is another good suggestion.
And I always sleep better when its raining. The sound of the rain creates white noise, the room is dark and cool, and my bed warm inviting. I sleep best during rainy days.
May 8, '07Quote from CoopergrrlRNWell, thanks. I just read your post and miraculously, I have Yellow Submarine stuck in my head now.I have no idea why, but every single freaking time I am at work, at some point I get the song "yellow submarine" stuck in my head.
What about Tenacious D, Weenie in a bottle.
May 8, '07When I started the thread that merged with this one, I was struggling finding diversity in my music selection. My co-workers were asking for more country music and stuff from other genres. Any non-rock songs?
May 8, '07I was in the house when the house burned down
Life'll kill ya
For my next trick, I'll need a volunteer
Don't let us get sick
Lawyers, guns, and money
Searching for a heart
Roland the headless thompson gunner
Mr. Bad example
Poor poor pitiful me
My sh##'s f###ed up (yes it's really a song- maybe written after Warren found out he had lung cancer)
All Warren Zevon (one of my favorite artists) may he rest in peace.
"Learning to flinch" and "Life'll kill ya" albums
May 9, '07Wasted youth
Life is a lemon and I want my money back
It just won't quit
Heaven can wait
For crying out loud
All revved up with no place to go
Left in the dark
Not a dry eye in the house
Where angels sing
All Meat Loaf- another favorite of mine
May 9, '07Quote from grace90That's Fade To Black, classic power ballad from their "Ride the Lightning" albumforgive me if I get these lyrics wrong, I'm writing them totally from memory and it's been a long time-
"life it seems to fade away, growing farther every day, I have lost the will to live, I have nothing more to give"- Metallica
May 9, '07An old one "Hard Day's Night" by the Beatles.... One line says "It's been a hard day's night, and I've been working like a dog ...it's been a hard day's night, I should be sleeping like a log"....
May 12, '07I apologise in advance for the earworms:
When looking for hard to find veins- Carole King's " You' re no good".
When inserting a Foley- All American Rejects "Dirty little secrets"
Anytime- "if I only had a brain" from the Wizard of Oz.
or "When all our hope is gone, we move along" also All American Rejects.
On good days- "These hands" by Jewel.
May 12, '07consider the following carcass lyrics:
[color=#dddddd]vomited anal tract
your vagus implodes, as nausea strikes
savaging your body in terminal retch
violent spasms and decaying enzymes
engulf your throat as you belch
intestinal disturbance, your ileum turns inside-out
your duodenum is thrust up towards your mouth
your pancreas excretes stale septic pus
your whole digestive system is now a sticky mush
rectal vomit in your thorax
retch your anal tract
liquidized oesophagus mixes with bloodied excretion
as you pathetically gasp for breath
the stench of hot faeces scorch your nose
as you violently vomit to death
your intestines are rising, up towards your throat
stale bile escaping through your bloodied nose
your colon digested into acidic slush
your tongue gargling on your dislocated anus
[solo: grotesque anal disgorgement]
yeah, that pretty much sums up my experience in gi surgery.
May 12, '07"One Moment in Time", by Whitney Houston...everytime I hear it, I think of being on the stage at my pinning ceremony. I remember the instructor's sitting in the first 2 rows of the auditorium, and when the speaker announced our class, they all stood up first and applauded, followed by the rest of the room. I bawled like a baby! Our class had so many hard times, personal and otherwise. It was nice to see their support, for as hard as they were on some of us going through school, there was a reason for their "madness". I look back on those times, and am thankful they were the way they were. That song still chokes me up.Last edit by bighousenurse on May 12, '07 : Reason: spelling
May 12, '07Here's a few :
This is the 1st few lines in AFI's "Endlessly, She Said".
"Walked into our world and made
I can still hear them today
(strangely they seem)..."
"The Leaving Song Pt. 2" by AFI
"I saw its birth, I watched it grow
I felt it change me..."
This certainly isn't talking about childbirth in this song, but every time I hear this part I can't help but think of L/D....lol....I'm sure Mr. Davey Havok is speaking of something really deep and profound...but still I think fo a nasty child birth when I hear it!!!:trout: (can you tell I' NOT an L/D nurse...)Last edit by navynurse06 on May 12, '07