I’ve been listening to the radio on a way to work a lot, and something about many of these songs has been bothering me for a long time. But today, I finally found the answer. It’s because every other song on the radio is about Satan. Don’t believe me? Well, let’s look at some examples. Just look at the picture and think of it when you read the song names.
Bruno Mars “Locked out of heaven”. That one is pretty much self-explanatory.
Adele: “I set fire to the rain”. This is totally something Satan would do. Or someone like him.
Taylor Swift: “I knew you were trouble when you walked in”. But it’s not like a minor detail like that would ever ever stop Taylor Swift from starting a meaningful relationship.
Flo Rida “Hey I heard you were a wild one…”. Yes, “wild one” is just one of the many names Lucifer is known by. He certainly hasn’t been domesticated.
Alicia Keys “This girl is on fire”. Now you are probably thinking, “wait a minute, Satan isn’t a girl…” But isn’t it a sign of bigotry and close-mindedness to assume that Satan has to be male? Seriously, it’s time for a woman to break the brimstone ceiling.
Mumford and Sons “I will wait, I will wait for you”. He would, wouldn’t he?
The Script: “Standing in the hall of fame, and the world’s gonna know your name”. With so many famous people in hell, like Hitler, Stalin, bin Laden, Jack the Ripper, hell is the ultimate hall of fame. And if the world’s going to know anyone’s name, it’s Satan’s, not the Script’s, whoever they are.
Kelly Clarkson: “Everybody’s got a dark side, do you love me? Can you love mine?” I had no idea that Satan was so clingy and insecure, but how could someone so cute and innocent like Clarkson have a dark side?
Carly Rae Jepsen: “Call Me Maybe”. Ok, maybe this song isn’t not about Satan, but I have a pretty strong suspicion that Satan wrote this one personally.