What's your worst song ever??

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    On New Years day here in Blighty, Channel Four had the 100 Worst Songs Ever....

    Out of all those 'Gems' over the years, it was voted that the 'Cheeky Girls' with the 'Cheeky Song' was the absolute WORST SONG EVER....

    It ain't... no where near... :eek: in my opinion it's 'Queen' with 'Bohemian Rhapsody'.... it's total and utter CRAP!!!

    So then pop pickers... which songs make you want to destroy your car radio by driving off a cliff every time it oozes out of the speakers?? :eek: :p :p
     
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    Celiene Dions soundtrack for Titanic *slits wrists*
     
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    load a.44 Magnum you mean... it would take 4.5 minutes to die if you slit your wrists... the same length as the song.... *quickly loads 2nd bulliet just incase* heheheh
     
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    Greedy bastard, save one of 'em for me!!!! :eek:
     
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    Mr. Anderson

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    Absolutely nothing, and I mean nothing is worse that this

    William "Captain Kirk" Shatner trying to sing Mr. Tambourine Man.....

    It doesn't get any better than this for bad music. :D

    D
     
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    I think B.R. was a victim of its own success. I used to like listening to it and apprieciating the extra yard the band must have gone effort wise, to produce such a risky yet popular tune. personally I've heard too much of it. The Cheeky Girls however has just the worst sentiment for ever being or wanting to be creative.
     
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    Christian Music, hate people trying to force there faith on people, except for POD there music sounds good.
     
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    c'mon, I love that album... really, I do, especially "rocket man" (or "rock-it man", as he pronounces it ;) )

    worst song ever? for me it's got to be anything by Phil Collins..!

    eeeeeeek *runs away and pukes out of the window*

    vSpacken
     
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    "White Wedding" by Billy Idol. We told the DJ at our wedding that if he played that song or the chicken song or anything like that, ie "Monie Monie" by Billy Idol, "Jessie's Girl" by Rick Springfield etc, he wouldn't get paid. No matter if people requested it and begged. You should have seen the look on his face.
     
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    Don't worry, be happy?

    Spice Girls-- but then any boy/girl band is mostly sickening

    Most new country that's more pop rock with fake twangy voices.

    NuMetal that sounds mostly like spoiled rich brats whining about their parents not giving them that porsche they wanted... Limp Biscuit

    p.s. just because wayne's world ruined it doesn't mean it's a bad song!!
     
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    now don't go and do that... don't try and romanticise 'Bohemian Rhapsody' :eek: :p :p
     
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    Oh, come on:

    Scaramoush, scaramoush, can you do the fandango?

    Who could fail to be moved by such poetry?

    (ducks)

    Undoubtedly anything by that moaning, dafs up the arse wanker Morrissey and his happy band of idiots The Smiths (although it turns out Jonny Marr knows a good tune when he hears one).

    Otherwise, Bon Jovi's entire back catalog...

    ;)
     
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    OMG i beat all you guys by far....the macarena
     
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    Here's a small list of my most hated songs:

    "You Sexy Thing" - Hot Chocolate

    "My Sharona" - The Knack

    "I Touch Myself" - Eve 6

    "That Smell" - Lynard Skynard
     
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    Well lets see... I don't like Ludacris, but that's not a song. I would have to say most rap songs and anything by Justin Timberlake, Brittney Spears, and most other pop stars.

    Though I have to admit, I did buy a Brittney cd at Borders once. :p
     
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    theres nothing wrong with appreciating britneys beauty
     
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    MrSmith

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    While we're talking entire genres...

    JAZZ

    It's beyond pretentious - it's just utter, utter CR@P. Especially if they start singing as well...
     
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    but that was supposed to be utter crap! ;)

    Where as 'Bohemian Rhapsody' was a serious song.... well as serious as a song can be with which has "Scaramoush, Scaramoush" in it's lyrics... :eek: :p :p

    And to make matters worse, Queen tried it again with 'Innuendo' :rolleyes: :eek: :p :p
     
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    hehehe... yeah... but that's about all.
     
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    Not at all, just so long as you don't start to appreciate her "music" ;)
     
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