Top Five F-bombs in Popular Music

Let’s be clear: there are a lot of F-bombs in popular music. But not so many that they become meaningless. Just so there’s no confusion, an F-bomb is a use of the word “fuck”. I’m not a subject matter expert by any means, but I do love a good F-bomb. Here are my five favorites (that I’ve encountered thus far).

There is also an honorable mention, a song that came so close to making the list that I felt it should be included for reference purposes. It’s not in the top five, but it’s sooo close, and it’s a classic.

Incidentally, I’ve listened through all these clips to make sure that the F-bombs aren’t censored. In some cases, I had to hunt around a bit to find an unsullied presentation.

“Cover Me” by Candlebox

“One Night In Copenhagen” by the Tragically Hip

“Nugget” by Cake

“Kitty” by the Presidents of the United States of America

“N.F.A.” by the Special Goodness

Honorable mention: “Killing in the Name” by Rage Against the Machine