Gotta dance to the music, right? And why not!? To help you get into your groove, here are some amazing hit singles with a curd-based twang.
That’s thanks to our Junket post of late, which really got us in the mood.
I Will Always Love Curd
Whitney Houston’s ode to coagulated milk is enough to bring a tear to anyone’s eye.
(Everything I Do) I Do It For Curd
Bryan Adams is also an enthusiast of this form of dairy, singing his heart out for that Robin Hood film with Kevin Costner.
Rock Around the Curd
Bill Haley & His Comets were one of the first batch of musicians to take on the nature of coagulation. And what a belter this track is!
All I Want for Christmas is Curd
Mariah Carey’s plea for Christmas presents features a falsetto and lots of other Christmas-based stuff. Nice? No.
I Want to Hold Your Curd
The Beatles doing their best to enter the coagulated milk arena. Here they place an enormous presumption on women liking this foodstuff. And holding it too much.
A Whiter Shade of Curd
Procol Harum’s ’60s smash hit was something of a marvel. Especially for milk enthusiastic.
Nothing Compares 2 Curd
Sinéad O’Connor’s emotional plea to her adoration for milk coagulation. A number one hit and it helped put curd back on the map.
My Curd Will Go On
Celine Dion’s smash hit in Titanic is an annoying little number. Played to death on the radio, it also saw sales of milk shoot through the roof.
Bitter Sweet Curd
The Verve’s 1997 hit single was all about how bitter milk coagulation is. Critics hail this as one of the most accurate curd-based songs of all time.
Losing My Curd
R.E.M were awash with forgetfulness with their milk-based hit single.
Pulp’s oddball 1995 smash hit imagined a world of milk-based individuals. A sci-fi novel in its own right, it was also a number one single.
With or Without Curd
U2’s moving and emotive little ditty really did make the milk-based community wobble. Bono is quite the singer and dairy enthusiast.
I Want to Know What Curd Is
Despite all of the curd-based songs over the decades, Foreigner was confused about things in the 1980s. Clearly the public agreed, as this was a hit! Although it didn’t explain anything about what the stuff is.
Where is My Curd?
The Pixies are angry their milk-based product is missing! Oh, bummer! Just buy some more from the shop.
Soft Cell here with an ode to how the stuff can go off pretty quickly. An annoyance, eh? As bad as cornflakes going soggy when you add milk.