39 Replies to “Has Cee-Lo Green written the best song ever? (explicit)”

  1. Pops…

    After listening to this song now for like the eightieth time… and there will be more to come… all I have to say is, get with the program.

    This song is a throwback to older soul and R&B. It’s about heartbreak, love-loss and eventual recovery.

    Simply put, it’s a little slice of perfection.

    Now if you’ll excuse me, I’m off to press play once again.

  2. I thought about posting it on FB but then considered that I’m ‘friended’ with the CEO of my company. He might get the wrong message. 🙂

  3. You have way too much time on your hands,
    if you consider that a derivative of R&B,
    then consider Chuppy Checker, the King of soul. Let’s twist again.

  4. Unc…

    Don’t you just hate when people like don’t have a sense of humor?

    Are you calling it a season yet for the Sox? I hear that the Rays are contemplating singing Manny for the stretch run.

  5. Too much time, Pops?

    Au contraire, I’ve actually been working my ass off lately.

    And since you don’t think Cee-Lo’s track is a pop/soul/R7B throwback, how would you classify it?

    Other than totally awesome.

    I know you like it and just don’t want to admit it.

  6. HAHAHAH! Great song! I’ve always been a fan of Cee-Lo hopefully he keeps putting out quality songs like this! I hadn’t heard anything from him in a minutes, so I’m glad he’s still producing!

  7. Okay, people.

    If you can’t already tell, I’m still distraught over why my dad doesn’t groove to this song… although he has been known to cruise around town in his Cadillac blasting Native American Indian soothing beats, not that there’s anything wrong with that.

    Dad, remember that song “Crazy” that Gnarls Barkley put out a while back? You swore by that song.

    Well, um… this is the same guy.

    Change of opinion?

  8. Chap…

    Cee-Lo is definitely cut from a different cloth.

    I’m very interested to see how well this song does and how it’s marketed.

    Fortunately, they haven’t hired my father for the job.

  9. Chris

    Cee-Lo has been droppin’ ditties like this for a while and I think when he’s at the top of his game he’s one of the best out there.

    Boy is Barrett Ruud delusional or what ? If he now thinks that he’s a leader on this Bucs’ team then he’s sadly mistaken . He’s not fit enough to pick up Brooks’ protetor cup much less his cleats . I can’t see him or Michael Clayton and quite possibly Derrick Ward being on the team comes the start of the regular season . They’re simply just not good enough at all. Clayton is being way overpaid at $8 million a year . He couldn’t catch a cold much less a case of gonorrhea with his hands or any other appendage for that matter !


    tophatal …….. 🙂

  10. Chris

    What’s wrong with the following picture concerning the Pirates ?

    Financial records show Pittsburgh Pirates make money off losing

    PITTSBURGH (AP) — Don’t feel too sorry for the cellar-dwelling Pittsburgh Pirates. Losing has been profitable.
    The Pirates made nearly $29.4 million in 2007 and 2008, according to team financial documents, years that were part of a streak of futility that has now reached 18 consecutive losing seasons. The team’s ownership also paid its partners $20.4 million in 2008.

    The documents offer a rare peek inside a team that made money by getting slightly less than half its income (about $70 million) from MLB sources — including revenue sharing, network TV, major league merchandise sales and MLB’s website. The team also held down costs, keeping player salaries near the bottom of the National League, shedding pricier talent and hoping that untested prospects would blossom.

    USA TODAY DATABASE: Baseball salaries by player and team

    The club’s earnings were included in nearly 40 pages of statements that the Pirates submitted to Major League Baseball and were recently obtained by the Associated Press. Team officials briefed local reporters on portions of the material Sunday. The AP wasn’t invited to the session, which owner Bob Nutting said was “aimed at the recent leak.”


    Click on the link to read in full.

    tophatal ……. 🙂

  11. Cee-Lo definitely marches to the beat of a different drummer, Al, but you’re right. He knows how to write a pop hit.

    And I also agree with you that this Buccaneer team needs leaders to step up on both sides of the field. We had that in our championship years. We need it now. And I’m not sure who those players are.

  12. Well, Al, the Pirates have a very loyal fan base. They always have. Unfortunately those fans are forced to watch the crap that ownership is putting out on the field, but they still support their team.

    As long as people are buying tickets, ownership will continue to cash a check.

  13. Chris… Yr Dad didnt like the Beatles either (althou he did like James Brown, Ill give him that).
    Id say this song/ post gives great insight as to where Sportschumps head is at. Press play again sweetie & let it rip.

  14. PS: there are some voters Id love to send this to as well.

    Im playing it again. 🙂 Im with ya SC.

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