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Saturday, October 22, 2011

The Ten Best* Come-on Lines In Pop**

1. "I can't sing, I ain't pretty and my legs are thin" - Fleetwood Mac, Oh Well
2. "What's your name? Who's your Daddy? Is he rich like me?" - The Zombies, Time of the Season
3. "Pour some sugar on me" - Def Lepard, Pour Some Sugar On Me
4. "I ain't ever seen a country boy with tires on his truck this high" - Jake Owen, Eight Second Ride
5. "Cool, but I'm leaving my pants on, because I'm kind of going with someone" - Prince, Ballad Of Dorothy Parker
6. "The more you ignore me, the closer I get, you're wasting your time" - Morrissey, The More You Ignore Me, The Closer I Get
7. "I'll be around today, to be available for you to see" - Sly Stone, If You Want Me To Stay
8. "Your soft silky hand all smooth and thin, it makes me want to hold it again and again" - Milli Vanilli, Girl You Know It's True
9. "I would lock you up but I could not bear to hear you screaming to be let go" - Wham!, The Edge Of Heaven
10. "You probably want hard boiled eggs" - Bob Dylan, Highlands

*Not literally best (ie sometimes worst)
**The Lister cannot guarantee that traces of country music, rock and hip hop are not included

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