Eighties Hits Ruined By Adding “Man Feet” Into the Title

Man feet in trainers
Man feeeeeet!

There comes a time in any human male and human female’s life when a discussion about man feet has to take place. They stink bad! What is a lady to do?

Well, we’re not ladies. So instead of working it out for that gender, we went and did a fun list of ‘80s pop songs. Hurray!

Take On Man Feet

A man foot in a hiking boot

A-ha’s smash hit features a bloke with a falsetto and a fun video. Plus, disgusting great big man feet. Huzzah!

Do They Know It’s Man Feet?

Man feet set against the backdrop of the ocean

Not sure, it depends on how perceptive they are, really. Thanks anyone, Band Aid, but you should be able to work this out yourselves.

I Just Called to Say I Love Man Feet

A man foot in a hiking boot

Really, Stevie Wonder? Well, next time please don’t call to say that to us. We really didn’t need to know of such an interest.

Don’t You Want Man Feet

Man feet set against the backdrop of the ocean

“Don’t you want man feet, baby? Don’t you want man feet…. Ooo… oooohhh?!” The exclamation there no doubt being for the smell.

The Power of Man Feet

A man foot in a hiking boot

Jennifer Rush’ ode to the human male anatomical structure.

Never Gonna Give Man Feet Up

Man feet set against the backdrop of the ocean

Good for you, Rick Astley! We’re never going to give them up, either. We need them for walking about the place.

Don’t Stand So Close to Man Feet

A man foot in a hiking boot

Sting knows. Stink, as some people used to call him, due to the foul stench of his leg hands.

Making Your Man Feet Up

Man feet set against the backdrop of the ocean

Bucks Fizz knew how to do a hit single back in 1981. This was the result. Enough said.

I Think We’re Man Feet Now

A man foot in a hiking boot

Tiffany’s big ‘80s hit was all about, you guessed it, man feet and how she was convinced she’d been turned into man feet. Weird woman.

It’s the End of Man Feet As We Know It (And I Feel Fine)

Man feet set against the backdrop of the ocean

R.E.M here with a blatant assault on the world of human male leg hands. This controversial track was banned in no countries.

Sweet Man Feet O’ Mine

A man foot in a hiking boot

Guns N’ Roses put the record straight with this unashamed, triumphant track about why man feet are great. Rock on!

In The Air Tonight

Man feet set against the backdrop of the ocean

Phil Collins’ hit is clever because it subtly hints that the foul reek of man feet is in the air tonight. Which, indeed, it always is.

Don’t You (Forget About Man Feet)

A man foot in a hiking boot

Simple Minds again with this 1985 SMASH hit. About those things at the end of a geezer’s legs. Bands definitely peaked in the ’60s, eh? Unless you count…

You Really Got Man Feet

Man feet set against the backdrop of the ocean

Switching to the ’60s here now with The Kinks, because ’80s hits weren’t really suiting this post very well.

Man Feet Get Around

A man foot in a hiking boot

The Beach Boys here with some surf music. Surfs up, dude! But, yes, they do get around. And why? Because that’s the point of feet.

Mr. Man Feet Man

Man feet set against the backdrop of the ocean

Hey, Mr. man feet man is one of those Beatles hits that stays with you a lifetime. Kind of like how the stench of man feet stay with you when a geezer yanks his tootsies free from a pair of boots after a football match.

With a Little Help From My Man FeetA man foot in a hiking boot

Ringo Starr sang this number, praising his feet for being able to help him out. Lay off the LSD, Ringo.

And finally…

Suspicious Man Feet

Man feet set against the backdrop of the ocean

One of Elvis’ most famous of famous songs, the King actually had amazing feet that were perfectly well manicured and pedicured.

16 comments

  1. Rick Astley??? You mean Rick Ashtray?
    Anyway, lots of foul Man Feet titles here. Fowl smell better. Actually, I like the smell of fowl. Sort of a damp feather thing, really. Nothing like steaming, vile man feet. Okay, leaving now, as I’m getting man feet nausea.

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