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Published:August 5th, 2014 09:50 EST

What's the Weirdest Song Lyric of All Time? British Poll Has the Answer! Video!

By Robert Paul Reyes

What`s the meaning of life? Are we living in a simulated reality? Is there a God? Will humankind ever overcome bigotry and religious intolerance? Have aliens visited Earth?


Some souls may ponder these weighty questions, but I`m fixated on trying to determine the weirdest song lyric of all time.

A poll conducted in England has the definitive answer.

At number five is Carly Rae Jepson`s "Call Me Maybe": Before you came into my life I missed you so bad.  Ain`t nothing weird about that lyric, if you ask me. Before hottie Carly hit the pop charts with her bubblegum classic, I missed her so bad. The Canadian cutie really knows how to rock short shorts!

At number four Lionel Ritchie sings the immortal line: Tom bo li de se de moi ya, yeah jambo jambo. In his easy listening ditty, " All Night Long." It may sound like so much mumbo jumbo to you, but hey it`s got a good beat and you can dance to it.

Michael Jackson gets the 3rd spot with his ecological screed "Earth Song": What about elephants, have we lost their trust? Weird song lyrics were the least weird thing about the King of Pop.

The Fab Four come in at number two with: I am walrus I am eggman, they are the eggman, I am the walrus, goo goo gojob.  All I can say is John Lennon is a freaking genius, and if we don`t get the meaning of the lyrics, there`s something wrong with us, not him.

Finally the weirdest song lyric of all time goes to The Killers who posed the immortal question: Are we human or are we dancer? We`re human! We`re dancer! We`re so high on the dance floor that it doesn`t matter!

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