The Song You Never, Ever Need To Hear Again

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  1. dlew919

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    That would improve the lyric...


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    IMAGINE...stupid, monotonous, simplistic, hippie, yoko-inspired tripe AND ridiculously overplayed. It wins BOTH your categories!
     
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    Actually I wish I’d said that. Lennon could be transcendent. But not here. He later reuses the chord progression for the superior watching the wheels.


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    Lee Greenwood’s Proud to be an American.
     
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    Alright Now - Free

    Never liked it in the 70’s and still don’t like it. Love Paul Rogefs though.
     
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    And anything by Mariah Carey. That bellowing screeching whatever it is she does, Yuch! And that Vision of Love of hers makes me want to drive a pencil through my skull.
     
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    I started out intending to read the full thread, but when I hit this contribution I realised there was no need to go any further.

    Still, let me throw Muskrat Love into the mix. The Captain and Tennille's version. Willis Alan Ramsey's version I can stand.
     
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    So how bad was the Sheriff’s song for you to shoot him?
     
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    If we could just get the guy who shot the sheriff to shoot the muskrat instead, there’s two problems solved. Boom.
     
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    I've always had a problem with him singing 'Imagine no possessions' in that massive room in his Surrey mansion.
     
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    Muskrat Love.
     
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    Last one I can recall is "Axel F" from Beverly Hills Cop, though maybe that theme from St. Elmo's Fire was a "hit" as well. I started a thread about it a few years back and, looking at it now, it appears Kenny G had some hits in the 90s... not a good sign.
    https://www.tdpri.com/threads/pop-instrumental-hits-a-thing-of-the-past.526162/
     
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    You Light Up My Life - by Debby Boone :eek:
     
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    Angel is a Centerfold. Why was it even recorded?
     
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    Another vote hear for "Turn the Page" -- either version, but the Metallica version is worse.

    I never loved the song but I didn't hate it until I heard it a million times.

    I think an interesting thread would be "What song do you like but never need to hear again."
     
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    Fancy - Reba
     
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    The Theme to Coronation Street - surely the most depressing instrumental ever.
     
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    Just realised the awful consequence of either reading this thread or posting on it; every song title you look at becomes a bloody earworm for the next hour or so!
     
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    Pretty much every new country song and every song on corporate class is rock stations. The latter is from repetition.
     
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    The song that ruined music forever?
    Here it is...
     
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