Cheap Trick's recording of "Surrender" is listed as the 465th greatest song of all time by Rolling Stone, and I've only got three things to say about that:
1. I had never heard the song before, so I had to YouTube it to even begin to think about perhaps contemplating the creating of an idea about making a blog-post about it.
2. It's kind of a catchy little number that doesn't make me wretch, even though the singer talks about finding his mom and dad on the couch listening to his KISS records, getting high, and making out.
3. I'm overjoyed it wasn't "I Want You to Want Me."
Bonus source of joy: While doing research connected to statement number three, I found that "I Want You to Want Me" didn't make the list at all.
And some people say there is no God. Hmph!