This should be fun. What are some songs that are obsolete not because they’re old, out of style, and the fads of their day have pass us by, but because their lyrics refer to things that just are no longer in use? For example, Foreigner’s 1979 album “Head Games” has a great sounding song called “Love on the Telephone” where singer Lou Gramm laments a breakup over the phone instead of in person. Some of the lyrics: Hello operator You know that I’ve been waiting on this call I said hey operator You’re giving me a bad time I’m gonna tear this phone right out the wall Operator? Year we still have them I guess but their roles are a fraction of what they once were. And the phone mounted to the wall? It’s been a long time since anyone has seen that. This song is obsolete! It’s still a great sounding song, but I wonder what it would sound like today. Another good example: The Beach Boys 1989 album “Still Cruisin’” in which the title song features these lyrics: On the island Wake up on the cape We’ll punch up your favorite station Toss in your favorite tape Like just about everything else by The Beach Boys Still Crusin’ is a fun song to blast with the windows down on a sunny day. And I guess in 1989 “tossing in one’s favorite tape” made a lot of sense but it also dated an otherwise amazing sounding song! What are some examples you can think of?