Thorogood, George. Bad to the Bone. Hollywood, Calif: EMI Manhattan, 1982.
He sure does stutter a lot in that song! Here are some m-m-m-m-more great stuttering songs:
* Ch-Ch-Ch-Ch-Changes by David Bowie.
Bowie, David. Hunky Dory. New York, N.Y.: RCA, 1971.
* B-B-B-Benny and the Jets by Elton John.
John, Elton, and Bernie Taupin. Goodbye Yellow Brick Road. NYC: Rocket, 1973.
*[B-B-B-Baby] You Ain't Seen Nothing Yet by Bachman-Turner Overdrive.
Bachman Turner Overdrive (Musical group). Not Fragile. [Chicago, Ill.]: Mercury, 1974.
* T-T-T-Time Machine by Cracker.
Cracker (Musical group). Sunrise in the Land of Milk and Honey. Santa Monica, CA: 429 Records, 2009.
*Lo-Lo-Lo-Lo-Lola by The Kinks.
Kinks (Musical group), and Ray Davies. One for the road. New York, N.Y.: Konk Records, 1999.
Who (Musical group). My Generation. London: IBC Studios, 1965
And talking about my generation . . .
Here's my karaoke version of the Cracker hit, I Hate My Generation:
And here's the real deal:
Now why would anyone want to die before getting old?