Popular Musicians If England Had Won the Revolutionary War.

Posted 10 years ago by Adam Gautsch

Popular musician names if England had won the Revolutionary war. Kilometres Davis -- I bet you they would have still called him Miles.

17 Comments

Susan ~ 10 years ago

Wouldn't it be 36.67 Degrees Celsius?

Evan Tishuk ~ 10 years ago

You realize that the "Damn Yankees" would have never existed?! I can't even imagine a world without High Enough in it. Come to think of it, we'd also never have had "The Presidents of the United States of America" either.

Adam Gautsch ~ 10 years ago

"Wouldn’t it be 36.67 Degrees Celsius?"

Very good point. Or even more to the point, wouldn't it have just been 36.67 Degrees as Jessica's ex's band isn't 98 Degrees Fahrenheit.

Evan Tishuk ~ 10 years ago

We'd also have "Colour Me Badd." And "Tha Dogg Kilogram" could stay the "Tha Dogg Pound" because the English aren't on the Euro yet. ;)

Susan ~ 10 years ago

Right on, Bear. You know, you might as well say "Nick Lachey" if you're going to go ahead and admit that you know the name of his band and ex-wife. You're not fooling anyone, you pop-culture junkie.

In other news, Sting would have been lead singer of "The Bobbies".

ihatetrucks ~ 10 years ago

Come on people, you know that Quidback would have done a much better job singing Hero

Do you think they would be call "Boyz in the Bonnet"?

Do you think we would have to have special voltage adaptors to play AC/DC?

How about song titles?

I personally think that "Motorway love song" has a much better ring to it.

"8046.72 Kilometers" by the Proclaimers
"If I had 535,417 pounds" by BNL

ihatetrucks ~ 10 years ago

How could I forget
(+44) 867-5309 by Tommy Tutone

Evan Tishuk ~ 10 years ago

You're on a roll. I can't believe I didn't think of Quidback.

tom sherman ~ 10 years ago

"Love in a Lift?"

Drive-By Lorry Drivers.

"The Jersey Song"

tom sherman ~ 10 years ago

ihatelorries

ihatetrucks ~ 10 years ago

I can't stop thinking about this.

" Charles and Diane" or "Charles and Camilla" or "Cement Piler and Diane" by John Cougar Mellencamp

ihatetrucks ~ 10 years ago

10 pm by Matchbox 20 (think about it)

ihatetrucks ~ 10 years ago

"Love Flat" B-52's

ihatetrucks ~ 10 years ago

Bad Touch (Let's do it like they do it on BBC 4) by the Foxhound Gang

ihatetrucks ~ 10 years ago

I am sorry it would be:

" Love Flat" by the RAF Wellington Bombers

Adam Gautsch ~ 10 years ago

I can't decide which one I like more
"The Bobbies" -Because that one is funny on levels

-or-

"Love Flat" by RAF Wellington Bombers because that is just damn funny.

ihatetrucks ~ 10 years ago

I am not sure if there would be country music but if there was, then there would be a lots of "country queue dancing"

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