Every Billboard Modern Rock Chart #1 through 2005, listed in order of preference.
January 16, 1993
"The term 'Grebo' was originally used in England in the mid to late 70s as the name of a line dance that Heavy Metal Rockers (and sometimes new wave kids and piss taking punks) would do en masse. Often, several 'greasy heavy rockers' would line up facing eachother in two rows, and the dance basically consisted of simultaneously rocking the hips from side to side while leaning forward and crossing the arms alternately followed by punching towards the ground in time with the music (Status Quo, Slade, Rainbow etc.). The hands were usually fisted or often 'flipping the bird' during the crossing part. Great dancing skill was not necessary. And PWEI didn't coin the phrase."
, as of 4/6/06 You keep thinking i'm tired of you but i'm just tired
While i keep saying you're sick of me but you're just sick
It's in keeping with your not sleeping around