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Here are the Top 5 Worst Bathroom Songs! From comical spoofs to heartfelt metaphorical compositions, here are a few that will be stuck in your head the next time you take a trip to the restroom.
Send this to your friend on your iPhone while they wait for you. These bathroom songs are unlike any other. Who knew, Johnny Cash would be known for bathroom songs! Check them out and share a laugh with us!
“The Perfect Bathroom Song”
Let’s start off with this melodramatic jam that went viral appropriately entitled, “The Perfect Bathroom Song.” It’s surprisingly melodic tones are coupled with comical references to everyday restroom occurrences. Follow along, there are actually a couple of useful ideas in here!
“It’s My Potty & I’ll Cry if I want to”
Check out this spoof of Leslie Gore’s 1963 pop hit, “It’s my Party. This adorable rendition features a groovy infant who is ready to break it down for you! Try to watch this video without laughing!
American Standards – “My Bathroom is a Very Private Place”
Although the bathroom is known to be a place where you relieve yourself, we could never imagine it would make you experience this level of freedom! These lyrics will have you wondering where some artist’s find their inspiration!
Charlie Straight – “Bathroom Song”
Been waiting too long? A feeling of freedom like you’ve never experienced before? Well, these do describe your moment of success when you reach the bathroom after holding it in so long! Way to go champ!
Johnny Cash – Flushed from the Bathroom of Your Heart
Who doesn’t love Johnny Cash? This song is a metaphorical reference to the feeling of being “washed down the sink” after a failed relationship. Let’s take a moment to reminisce with Johnny.
We hope that these clips were enough to brighten your day! Just remember to stay positive when it seems like everything seems to be going down the drain.
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About this Post
Cheryl Khan is a freelancer who enjoys listening to soft rock, alternative music, and pop. Although she humors these few clips, she doesn’t see any of them making her iTunes Playlist anytime soon!