I am guilty of having many different tastes in music (which will become even more obvious with the next music dump I'm already working on). Today I offer (in order):
a driving, upbeat song by a usually plaintive group;
rhythmic alterna rock;
hipsters telling people to grow up and act like adults, set to a pop beat;
a European dance club hit;
an international DJ super-star working with kazoo; and
a'capella folk music.
Take your pick.
Love Runs Out, by OneRepublic
There's a maniac out in front of me.
Got an angel on my shoulder, and Mephistopheles.
My momma raised me good, momma raised me right.
Momma said "do what you want, say prayers at night",
And I'm saying them, cause I'm so devout.
'Til the love runs out, 'til the love runs out, yeah.
Love Songs Drug Songs, by X Ambassadors
And I look you in the eye
You know this is the last time I'm
Gonna put you back together
Ain't It Fun, by Paramore
Ain't it fun living in the real world
Don't go crying to your mama
'cause you're on your own in the real world
Lifted, by Naughty Boy ft. Emeli Sande
Devil can’t catch me tonight
I’m not afraid, and I’m not alone
Even if I’m dancing on my own
I’ll be lifted, lifted, lifted
Long Road To Hell, by Avicii ft. Audra Mae
No, I don't know if I'll be coming home
It's a long road to hell without no soul
It has freaking (synth) kazoo as an instrument. KAZOO. Kindergarteners of the world rejoice.
Forever Young, by Audra Mae
May you have a strong foundation
When the winds of changes shift
May your heart always be joyful
And may your song always be sung
May you stay forever young
Sorry, Bob, I think I may have found my favorite version.