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Three WORST songs ever! by pollyanna199 on 10 May 2005 5:26pm
 
I heard something on the radio that I thought would be an interesting thread to hear everyone's opinion. The DJs were talking about the worst songs ever. What does everyone think are the three worst songs ever?
 
Re: Three WORST songs ever! by KateC on 10 May 2005 5:55pm
 
Interesting idea!

Hmm, I can't think of many at the moment, examples that spring to mind are: Cheeky Girls and the Fast Food Rockers or whatever they were called...

I'll have a think and come back later with more when my brain decides to function properly!
 
Re: Three WORST songs ever! by Helen on 10 May 2005 6:16pm
 
Feelings-- by Albert Morris or Morris Albert whatever his name is

Seasons in the Sun --Terry Jacks

Torn Between Two Lovers--- Maureen McGovern.

HURL!

 
Re: Three WORST songs ever! by canaveralgumby on 11 May 2005 3:45am
 
I second those!

Shannon - Henry Gross

Sugar Shack - (singer?)

Dave Barry, the columnist for the Miami Herald, has a great collection! He did a bad song survey:

http://www.popculturemadness.com/Music/WORST-Dave-Barry.html

Good stuff. I mean, awful stuff...
I have to disagree with "Wreck of the Edmund Fitzgerald" in the top 40 worst songs. I love that song. Maybe it's just me.


 
Re: Three WORST songs ever! by pollyanna199 on 11 May 2005 5:44am
 
I would have to say I agree with most of the others that have been said, and here are my personal ones:

1. Truly-Lionel Richie
2. Loving You-Minnie Ripperton
3. Rico Suave-Geraldo
4. As I Lay Me Down to Sleep-Sophie B. Hawkins (I have to turn the radio station if this comes on)
5.You Light Up My Life-Debbie Boone. Interestingly I did not mind the version that LeAnn Rimes did.
6. Anything Enrique Iglesias
 
Re: Three WORST songs ever! by Sky on 11 May 2005 10:03am
 
I have to agree with the Cheeky Girls and the Fast Food Rockers, plus anything by The Streets.
Actually, there is so much bad music out these days I can't really decide! Look at all that clubland music, especially the new 'extreme hardcore' cd or whatever the hell it's called. It all sounds the same and it's not even proper music, it's just noise over and over and over. Am I the only one who gets a bad head after hearing it? >:0(
 
Re: Three WORST songs ever! by Wild in Africa on 11 May 2005 12:19pm
 
Shaddapa your face Joe Dolci
Laughing Gnome David Bowie
Anything by the Spice Girls
 
Re: Three WORST songs ever! by kazzzz on 11 May 2005 12:20pm
 
Let's see now...

1. Horse With No Name by America

2. Chukie's In Love by Rikki Lee Jones

3. Anything by Celine Dion

OOh can I keep going?

 
Re: Three WORST songs ever! by Sky on 11 May 2005 12:39pm
 
Heeeeey I like Celine Dion! lol oh well each to their own I guess.

Actually, we are all going off personal taste, not record sales. Some people actually like these bad songs. Who the hell likes Cheeky Girls is beyond me but the point is that a bad song to one person is a classic to another!

Therefore, is there really such a thing as a bad song?
 
Re: Three WORST songs ever! by Helen on 11 May 2005 1:06pm
 
"Don't Give Up on Us Baby"
by David Soul.

a classic.
 
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