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Here is a list of some of my favorites: (And I'll just add that some reader took me to task for supposedly hating 50s and 60s music and making fun of it. ) Modes of death Cars Motorcycles Trains Surfing Rivers Murder Disease Drugs War Suicide Guns Flying Other Near misses Dead Man's Curve - Jan and Dean. Lyrics Last Kiss - J Frank Wilson and the Caviliers. Recently redone by Pearl Jam in 1999, again proving the power of a good dead teen song. Some more research shows this was originally written in 1962 by Wayne Cochran and also performed in the 60s by the Cavaliers. Showing again, the dangers of wedding rings to teens, see Teen Angel for more on that. 'Or "Two Hour Honeymoon," a 1960 Paul Hampton death disk complete with car-crash sound effects and morbid spoken-word passages, which not only predates The Shangri-Las' "Leader of the Pack" but merges it with a swanky "Harlem Nocturne" coda.' Update Wow, I've heard it now. As motorcyclist myself (who dreams of finding a beautiful woman with her own [fast] motorcycle), I find this one to be a serious tearjerker.
There is plenty of cheezy music on this list, and ok a few songs that I really hate, but I do like most of the stuff on this list and some of it is pretty great. Plus, the musicianship and songwriting are top notch." Lyrics Moulty - by The Barbarians (1966).
Yeah, we have the car crash, but at the end, months later, he is digging up the grave because he wants his baby back. The girlfriend is begging him to give up drag racing. A reader pointed out that I had forgotten this one, which is true. Apparently the guy is drag racing, listening to the radio and his girlfriend falls out the window and he doesn't notice. A great song about a young man dying on the highway, with imagined images of the state trooper breaking the word to girl friend or young wife. You felt dangerous and reckless, since, after the school bus or your folks dropped you off, you could enjoy an unsupervised day of fun. Lyrics Ballad of Thunder Road - by Robert Mitchum & Don Raye. So, he goes away mad to the sounds of a motorcycle driving off and a crash and sirens after she sends him off because of what her parents think.
He met her at the 7-11, went to the record swap, danced to the blitzkrieg bop, and then, alas, a car crash took her away from him. So, now all she has left is the hubcap, which she wears around her neck. Lyrics Objects in The Rear View Mirror May Appear Closer Than They Are - by Meat Loaf (1993). Lyrics Wreck On The Highway - by Bruce Springsteen. The fair was where you might take your first date, or even a sorta-date of the junior high variety. I grew up on the suburbs, so I'm not sure I can relate. I've been to Pennsylvania Grange (I think it was called) and the Stock Show in Denver though. Lyrics Condition Red by the Goodies - Motorcycles and angry parents are a disaster for teens. boy before he grew that awful beard and let his hair grow long.
Ok, update, I have been sent a version of this song from a record by Dean Middaugh in the late 60s in the midwest US. I believe it was called 'River's Edge' and it seemed to track the real life story from the early 80's wherein some teen sociopath kills his girlfriend, or maybe just feeds her an overdose and does nothing to help her. "Texas chain saw massacre, they took my baby away from me.. Lyrics (All I Have Left Is) My Johnny's Hubcap - by the Deltones. He would still be alive if he hadn't waved going around that last corner. I don't think he actually dies though, he just has to get a lot of blood. I guess he embodies teenage rebel pretty well and he did love his car (to the death). The reader said For country kids like me, going to the State Fair was a huge event, highly anticipated. In the song, Calvin is killed by a drunk driver on the way to the State Fair. This one probably fits more in murder ballads, turning tricks on a street corner (a notorous male prostitution spot) and ends up killing somebody (perhaps a customer) and is on the run now. It seems like late for a date, speeding in the car and ran a stop sign and crashed. (I've been called on this one since they come from San Francisco, but this refers to any of the California style punk as opposed to English 70s stuff). Lyrics Swiped this from the web somewhere: "An irreverent rocker named Jimmy Cross put an end to death songs when he recorded the parody ``I Want My Baby Back.'' Assuming the voice of a teen-age boy knocked unconscious in a wreck that claims his girlfriend, Cross intones:``When I woke up, I could see my baby over there, And over there, And waaaaaaaaay over there.'' The song ends with the grief-crazed lover disinterring his girlfriend while singing, ``I got my baby back.''" Apparently a cover of this was banned from the BBC, "The Downliners Sect's 1965 EP, "THE SECT SING SICK SONGS" was banned for poor taste/morbidity; it included a cover of Jimmy Cross' - I WANT MY BABY BACK (where a necrophiliac boyfriend digs up & jumps in his girlfriend's coffin)" I also swiped this: "Well, we were about three miles from home When all of a sudden it started to rain And I do mean rain I couldn't hardly see nothing #07) Jimmy Cross: "I Want My Baby Back" (1965)  The Genasys Team commented: "The ultimate in bad taste songs. His baby is killed, but after three months, he still misses her. (Capitol 45, 45-51983) Lyrics Susie And Jeffrey - by Blondie. Nick Cave is fond of murder ballads and things getting smashed up. I think the only Meat Loaf song I would actually recognize is that one with the baseball game in the middle of it, are you going to love me forever, blah blah blah. I haven't heard it and I can't find the lyrics for it. I don't know, it doesn't have the classic element I like in a good dead teen song, mostly unrequited love, but you did have a young (presumably teenager) bootlegger trying to outrun the revenuers one last time and discovering Dead Man's Curve. From 1965, reached #5 in Britain, and I guess she (real name - Marilyn Ripley or Lynn Annette Ripley, not sure which one is correct) was also dating Peter Noone (from Herman's Hermits) at the time.
The Hoodoo Gurus sort of swiped this concept later on in Dig It Up. No doubt a song or two later he will end up going around Dead Man's Curve or no longer be the Leader of the Pack. It would be more accurate to say that I didn't know this one. A reader pointed this one out saying like, o'my god, you didn't post the one that started it all. The boyfriend is no good and he conveniently goes off and gets himself killed. Lyrics Terry - by Twinkle (1965) - This sounds like a English version of leader of the pack.
I think Penelope Houston was pretty young when they wrote this. Not sure about this one, since I've never heard it. ", followed by the sound of a coffin lid creaking open, and the chorus "I got my baby back"."" Two Hour Honeymoon - by Paul Hampton. Although, I'm a bit confused as to what exactly what is going on in here. I looked up Spahn Ranch too, it looks like the Manson gang used it as a hangout and it was used as a film location by early adult films. But anyways, you know, just reading the lyrics is really boring. I'm not sure, there is a bit of sex and car crashes. Dealing with the subject matter hot in the news at the time, teenage runaways. Link (Robert Mitchum is pretty cool, you have to see The Night of the Hunter, now there's a psycho film.) Lyrics Teen Tragedy Medley - The Dovells. There is no reason in the world anybody should ever have to hear this, but if you feel the need, WFMU has the entire album posted on their website. It has one of my favorite death-song lines of all time in it: 'One day he'll know how hard I prayed for him to live....'" Black Denim Trousers - by The Diamond.