10 Funny Pickup Lines from Song Lyrics


We’ve all heard songs with ridiculous pickup lines, but is anyone crazy enough to try these out on a stranger in the real world? Actually, yes. His name is Tommy Wooldridge, age 24, and he calls himself a “romantically handicapped filmmaker.”

His friend has been filming Tommy’s attempts to meet girls in the Tennessee area by using lyrics from songs by Justin Bieber, Taylor Swift, Nicki Minaj, Rihanna and more top 40 singers.

The videos (watch one below) appear on YouTube under the hashtag #VEVOLyricLine, and the best part is that at the end of each one, Tommy asks viewers to suggest lines from other songs that he should use.

So we at MyMusicCloud thought we’d help him out by listing some funny pickup lines from songs in our Music Store. Here are 10 song lyrics we’d like to see Tommy use. Can you think of some better ones? If so, post them in the comments section below.

“Are you from Tennessee? ‘Cause, baby, you’re the only 10 I see.” – “Pickup Truck” by Shane Yellowbird.

“Could you love me in a Bentley? Could you love me on a bus? I’ll ask 21 questions, and they all about us, ” — “21 Questions” by 50 Cent.

“Punk rock girl, give me a chance, Punk rock girl, let’s go slamdance, We’ll dress like Minnie Pearl, Just you and me, punk rock girl” – “Punk Rock Girl” by The Dead Milkmen.

“If I said I want your body, would you hold it against me?” – “Hold It Against Me” by Britney Spears.

“You’re the one for me, fatty, you’re the one I really, really love,” — “You’re the One for Me, Fatty” by Morrissey.

“I’m like the Afrocentric Asian, half-man half-amazing,” – “It Aint Hard to Tell” by Nas.

“Let’s have some fun, this beat is sick. I want to take a ride on your disco stick,” –“Lovegame” by Lady Gaga.

“Can I get some fries with that shake-shake booty? If looks could kill, you would be an Uzi” – “Shoop” by Salt N Pepa.

“Hello, is it me you’re looking for?” “Hello” by Lionel Richie.

“I like the way you work it, no diggity, I’d like to bag it up,” – “No Diggity” by Blackstreet featuring Dr. Dre, Queen Pen.

Watch Tommy Try To Meet Women Using Justin Bieber Lyrics

Don’t Wait for Apple Watch. Get the Free U2 Album on Your Wrist Now!

How cool was Apple’s Tuesday product event? The tech giant blew the roof off by announcing newer and bigger iPhones, introducing the Apple watch, and then bringing out Bono and the boys to give away U2’s latest album, “Songs of Innocence,” free to iPhone and iTunes users.

It’s all good news for “iFans.” Except for. Well, it’s just that … Now, you have to camp outside an Apple store, or fight the trolls online, to pre-order your iPhone 6 (starting today), and just pray to the ghost of Steve Jobs that they don’t sell out before they ship on Sept. 19. And those cool Apple watches? They’re not out till 2015.

Or — just a thought — you could check out the Samsung Gear 2 and Gear 2 Neo smart watches, which are already in stores and do more things than the Apple watch. Both have sleek square faces, but instead of a clunky knob on the side like Apple’s, the Gear 2 has a button on the watch face, plus a 2-megapixel camera. (Apple’s watch doesn’t offer a camera.)

Besides enabling you to place calls and text, the Samsung Gear watches free you to listen to your entire digital music collection anywhere with the MyMusicCloud app. Our free music storage app works on- and off-line, and syncs your music across any smart device – tablet, phone, laptop, Smart TV – regardless of brand (Apple, Android, Blackberry, Windows, etc.).

With a Bluetooth headset, you can kick it to Kenny Chesney, or whomever you love, via your Samsung Gear 2 and cell phone. And that free U2 album? You can only hear it in iTunes, right? Nope.

Once you’ve downloaded “Songs of Innocence” to iTunes, you can easily add it to your MyMusicCloud library and listen on any smart device. Just launch the MyMusicCloud app and hit the “Import Music” button (it looks like an arrow pointing up). Once you’ve installed our Sync Agent software, it automatically imports it for you.

Or you can manually select the album from your iTunes music folder on your hard drive and import it. That way, your music is always together in one place, not scattered around different devices. See how easy it is to listen to your music on all your gadgets in our demo video below.

Or you could just stick with only Apple devices, and wait, because waiting is cool too, right?

We’ve Added New Smart Features to Our Free Android Music App

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Android phone and tablet users, now you can do more than ever with your music on the go. Our new MyMusicCloud app is now in the Google Play store and gives you much more creative control, whether you’re listening on- or off-line.

The upgraded app includes more of the web portal’s “smart” features, such as our convenient song lyric fetcher and artist recommendations. We’ve also made the menu choices more intuitive, and the band photos richer and larger. And, as always with MyMusicCloud, you can store and play your music on any computer, smartphone, tablet or Smart TV, regardless of operating system.

When you update the MyMusicCloud app, here’s what you’ll get:

• Portable playlist management: Create and edit music playlists right on your tablet or smartphone

• Smart playlist suggestions: Enter a track, album or artist and instantly receive a playlist of similar singers and songs from your collection

• More music control: Now, you can sync, unsync and delete songs from your device anytime

• Like Adele, Eminem or Ariana Grande? Enjoy music recommendations for similar albums and artists

• Access to lyrics, concerts, and artist biographies right on your screen

• Both full-screen and mini-player options

We’ve also added a complete features menu when you press and hold any track, album, artist or playlist; full control over track upload/download (WiFi, 3G, etc); mobile account and device management; continuous new music syncing; and improved song, artist and album search.

Download it today and see for yourself in the Google Play store.

Send Us Your Funny Misheard Song Lyrics for 2014

Did you know that in Pearl Jam’s grunge song, “Daughter,” Eddie Vedder’s really singing, Don’t call me daughter, Not fit to, and not, Don’t call me daughter, Geppetto ? Or that AC/DC’s song really goes, Dirty Deeds, Done Dirt Cheap? And not Dirty Jeans, Dungarees!?

If you’ve ever goofed up the words to songs like those, we at MyMusicCloud salute you. April Fool’s Day is just over a week away, and to celebrate, we’re asking readers like you to submit another round of Funny Misheard Lyrics. 

In our last roundup, listener Lisa heard Rihanna sing, ’Cause I may be fat, but I’m perfectly good at it… when in fact, the words to “S&M” are:  ‘Cause I may be bad, but I’m perfectly good at it…

Amanda was sure that Fun. was singing, Some nights I stay up cussin’ in my bathtub, when they were really singing, Some nights I stay up cashing in my bad luck in “Some Nights.”

And Stephanie swore that: “For ‘Benny & The Jets,’ I always thought it was (and continue to sing), ‘She’s got electric boobs! Down to her shoes, you know I heard and I’m about to say-eee-oh-oh.’ ” (Sorry, Stephanie, but the words to Elton John’s song are actually: She’s got electric boots, a mohair suit, you know I read it in a magaaazine.)

With MyMusicCloud, you never have to sing the wrong song lyrics again. Just hit the Lyrics button on our music storage and play site and it instantly shows you the correct words. Unless, like Katherine Heigl and James Marsden in the romantic comedy, 27 Dresses, you actually enjoy singing the wrong lyrics loudly and off-key. In that case, rock on! And post your silly made-up lyrics below. We’ll publish the funniest ones next week.

Watch Katherine and James sing “Benny & the Jets” badly here ….



The Latest from Internet Week New York

Yummy iMac-shaped cupcakes, mounted Instagram galleries, and public tours inside the top-secret offices of Facebook and Gawker were just a few of the perks at this year’s Internet Week New York summit. Web stars like Tumblr’s David Karp and comics like Patton Oswalt mingled with the masses, while some of the 250 events tackled fun topics like internet dating, freestyle rapping and how to pitch the perfect cross-platform (TV, movie, Web, gaming, mobile) story.

The music and entertainment worlds are all abuzz with the phrase “cross-platforming,” but if you use MyMusicCloud, you’re already doing it. Cross-platforming simply means enjoying media, like music, photos, or TV shows, across different types of devices.

Our cloud-based music delivery service has been offering music lovers that freedom since we launched in September 2011. Remember when you were frustrated by your inability to sync your iTunes library from home with your work PC or Android phone? Because Apple wouldn’t let you have it your way, you were stuck pulling out your iPod, or worse: sitting in silence.

But with MyMusicCloud, you can keep your BlackBerry, Nokia, iPhone, Android, Sony Ericsson, or any other phone; hold on to your iMac, MacBook, net book, iPad, or PC. Your music collection is always available and in complete sync on all of your devices.

And you can even listen offline. Checking out Bruce Springsteen’s new single? Start it on one device, then seamlessly pick it up on another. Or share your favorite tunes on Facebook. Even double-check the lyrics with the click of a button.

So viva la internet and let the music play!

MyMusicCloud Introduces a Convenient Web Toolbar

Paying bills online or reading work emails is a lot more fun with your favorite songs playing in the background, isn’t it? But who wants to have a dozen browser windows open at once?  Not us and we’re betting not you either. That’s why we’re helping you multitask with an exciting new product launch.

This week, MyMusicCloud is unveiling a new browser toolbar* to help you easily listen to your music collection, discover great music store promotions, and share songs with your Facebook friends without ever leaving the page you’re reading. No more juggling multiple tabs and windows while trying to play DJ.

Go ahead and give it a try. As a little thank you, we’ll even throw in 1 free gigabyte of music storage for our cloud-based music delivery service, just for trying the new toolbar app. (That’s more than 200 songs.)

But that’s not the only cool insider tool MyMusicCloud offers. Stumped by Nicki Minaj’s latest rhyme? Or trying to remember the words to the Beatles’ classic “I am the Walrus”? We make finding both of these things super easy: With the click of a button, we fetch the lyrics for you. No need to wonder, or open a separate browser window, or surf YouTube hoping someone transcribed the song accurately. Bam! It’s done.

And don’t forget, you can still sync your Dropbox music files with our cloud-based music delivery service. Rather than relying on an internet connection to stream songs every time you want to listen, you can play them offline too. Unlike cloud storage services on Google, Amazon, and Apple, Dropbox and MyMusicCloud are also available globally from Australia to Taiwan and beyond.

Tell us what you think of our new toolbar or any of these functions below.

*The toolbar is available for Windows OS users, and runs on Firefox and Internet Explorer browsers.