Hendrix, Ozzy and Lady Gaga make list of top 10 most-misunderstood singers

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OZZY Osbourne and Lady Gaga's songs leave fans scratching their heads, it's official.

The singers have topped a poll of acts whose lyrics people find most difficult to make out.

Veteran British rock star Ozzy takes first place in the list, followed by eccentric Born This Way singer Lady Gaga.

Boombastic singer Shaggy, Jamaican reggae artist Sean Paul and US rapper Jay Z complete the top five.

The top 10, compiled for music streaming service Blinkbox Music, also features US chart-toppers Rihanna and Miley Cyrus, as well as the late singer and guitarist Jimi Hendrix, Purple Rain singer Prince and Bob Dylan.

Researchers questioned 2,000 adults for the poll.

The top 10:
1. Ozzy Osbourne
2. Lady Gaga
3. Shaggy
4. Sean Paul
5. Jay-Z
6. Rihanna
7. Miley Cyrus
8. Jimi Hendrix
9. Prince
10. Bob Dylan

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2:10pm Fri 18 Apr 14

New Kid on the Block says...

Annie Lennox scores quite highly; in "There must be an Angel" she sings about being overgrown with fleas and with the Eurythmics she sang "Sweet dreams are made of cheese.
The all time classic must be Desmond Dekker with "Me ears are alight" as used in the wonderful advert by Maxell
http://www.youtube.c
om/watch?v=XEe0qqPAC
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Annie Lennox scores quite highly; in "There must be an Angel" she sings about being overgrown with fleas and with the Eurythmics she sang "Sweet dreams are made of cheese. The all time classic must be Desmond Dekker with "Me ears are alight" as used in the wonderful advert by Maxell http://www.youtube.c om/watch?v=XEe0qqPAC 6E New Kid on the Block
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