I'm Every WomanThe Chaka Khan version, of course. This one would have been less cheesy than "I Am Woman," if only because it's lesser-known. It would have fit the directorial theme, too, since the singer is, being a composite of all women who have ever existed, likewise the only being capable of solving all the problems of her target. It's suggested that the object is Chaka's romantic lead, but why couldn't we extend that to key grips and production assistants?
BitchThe misguided, thanks-for-playing one hit of one-hit wonder Meredith Brooks, which summed up every stereotype and gave manly men an escape clause. Crass, of course, but I think Babs would have gotten the joke. She likes Eminem, after all.
Thank Heaven For Little GirlsThe irony is, they DID play this song at the Oscars. I believe it was for Miley Cyrus and the girl from Twilight. And even there, it was insulting.
Janie's Got a GunAerosmith took a break from objectifying the lassies with this searing tale of empowerment through weaponry. Perfect for a boys-with-toys movie like "Hurt Locker." Without the icky dad angle, of course.
She's A LadyTom Jones understands what makes you tick, gals. And he utterly respects the way you get him coffee in the morning.
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