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Songs About Stalking

Do you really listen to the words of that song you've been singing in the car? This List includes those whiney "I-misss-my-girl-I-miss-my-guy-I'm-gonna-kill-myself" pop songs as well. Upon completing the list, we notice that the rock band, the Police are by far the most stalker-oriented band with 3 songs in the top 25!

Stalker Songs, What's Behind the Music? 

Information you may need to know!

A recent study by the National Institute of Justice found that stalking was far more prevalent than anyone had imagined: 8% of American women and 2% of American men will be stalked in their lifetimes. That's 1.4 million American stalking victims every year. The majority of stalkers have been in relationships with their victims, but a significant percentage either never met their victims, or was just acquaintances - neighbors, friends or co-workers.

AntiStalking.com/aboutstalkers

Scared yet? Yes, I know it's creepy. But this world is a pretty crazy place and if we don't learn how to protect ourselves, then we will be unable to live a healthy and safe life. Keep that in mind.

1. Escape - Enrique Iglesias
2. One Way Or Another - Blondie
3. Every Breath You Take - Police
4. Invisible - Clay Aiken
5. Infatuation - Rod Stewart
6. Spooky - Classics IV
7. Can't Stand Losing You - Police
8. 96 Tears - ? and the Mysterians
9. I Want You To Want Me - Cheap Trick
10. Can't Get Used To Losing You - Andy Williams
11. Are You Lonesome Tonight? - Elvis Presley
12. Run For Your Life - the Beatles
13. I Drove All Night - Cyndi Lauper /Celine Dion
14. Spiderwebs - No Doubt
15. 500 Miles (I would walk) - the Proclaimers
16. Girl Watcher - O Kaysions
17. Don't Stand So Close to Me - Police
18. The Rain - Oran "Juice" Jones
19. I Will Follow - U2
20. Follow Her Around - Jimmy Rankin
21. My Heart Will Go On - Celine Dion
22. Love Potion # 9 - Searchers
23. As Long As You Love Me - Backstreet Boys
24. You Belong To Me - Carly Simon
25. Puppy Love - Paul Anka
26. If You Are Not The One - Daniel Bedingfield
27. I Will Follow Him - Little Peggy March
28. The Old Apartment - Barenaked Ladies
29. I Want You Back - N*Sync
30. Witch Doctor - David Seville
31. Always Be My Baby - Mariah Carey
32. I Put A Spell on You - Screaming Jay Hawkins
33. I Won't Last a Day Without You - Carpenters
34. Hey Joe - Jimi Hendrix
35. American Woman - Guess Who/Lenny Kravitz
36. In The Shadows - the Stranglers
37. Creepin Up On You - Darren Hayes
38. Never Gonna Give You Up - Rick Astley
39. Happy Together - the Turtles
40. Come To My Window - Melissa Etheridge
41. I'm Gonna Make You Love Me - Diana Ross
42. Pushin Too Hard - the Seeds
43. Angie Baby - Helen Reddy
44. Hungry Like The Wolf - Duran Duran
45. Crash - Dave Matthews Band
46. Obsession - Animotion
47. Possession - Sarah McLachlan
48. Brand New Key - Melanie
49. Can't Get You Out Of My Head - Kylie Minogue
50. Father Figure - George Michael 51. You Can't Change That - Ray Parker, Jr
52. Watching You - Melissa Etheridge
53. Say You Love Me - Fleetwood Mac
54. Obsession (No Es Amor) - Frankie J & Baby Bash
55. Hello - Lionel Richie
56. You Oughta Know - Alanis Morrisette
57. Follow You Home - Nickleback
58. Two Steps Behind - Def Leppard
59. Stalker - Goldfinger
60. I'll Be There - Jackson 5
61. Until You Come Back to Me - Aretha Franklin
62. Shame - Stabbing Westward
63. I'm Gonna Love You Forever - Jessica Simpson
64. Breaking Up is Hard to Do - Neil Sedaka
65. Do I Creep You Out - Weird Al Yankovic
66. I Will Possess Your Heart - Death Cab For Cutie
67. Right Here Waiting For You - Richard Marx
68. Always Know Where You Are - BBMak
"I'm pretty sure the reason stalking incidents have gone up so significantly is because the definition of stalking has changed. Twenty years ago, if you broke up with someone and they tried to get you back, sending you flowers, candy, calling unexpectedly, showing up at your house or work, that was just called romantic. Look at the movie "Say Anything" for example, the famous ghetto blaster scene. By today's standards the dude would be arrested. Now a days if you ask a woman out twice you could get tagged as a stalker.

This is not to say there aren't real incidents of obsessive stalking. You hear about it in the news all the time. I know a few women who it's happened to and it's seriously creepy. But I'm sure most of the incidents reported are simply ordinary run-of-the-mill jilted lovers who take a few weeks to realize the five year relationship is really over. And of course in our paranoid culture, these incidents are red-flagged as stalking. I guess what I'm saying is that I doubt there's been an increase in stalking lately. It's just that there's a name and a stigma for it now. There's also been a dramatic increase in fines for failure to wear a seatbelt in the past 30 years, mostly because it wasn't considered a crime in the past.

By this modern definition, pretty much any break-up song is a stalker song. Anyone who's ever loved someone deeply enough and is not over it the instant the relationship ends, calling, begging, pleading, holding onto hope, is a stalker. Situations like this should be differntiated from the obsessive, creepy, violent, intrusive kind of stalking that's the real problem in today's culture. If this were the case, I'm sure the numbers would be far less than 8%."

Just my opinion.

-Kevin

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