Worst Songs Ever!

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Worst Songs Ever!


This song is horrible!

This song is BAD!

I can't decide which is worse!

Worst Song #1: The Final Countdown (Europe - 1986)

If the fact that this band comes from the same country as ABBA doesn't automatically tell you how bad this song is then maybe their 80s big hair, man-makeup and leather tasseled outfits will warn you to stay away from hitting the play button when you see this song on your playlist. If the image of the band can be easily erased from your memory the song most definitely cannot! Its electric synthesizer screams right from the get go that you need to stop listening to this song. The poorly written lyrics second that request as vocalist Joey Tempest spouts out his Swedish wisdom: We're leaving together but still it's farewell and maybe we'll come back to earth, who can tell? I guess there is no one to blame we're leaving ground will things ever be the same again? My answer ... no they will not ... I am now scarred for life! Thanks Joey.

Worst Song #2: Achy Breaky Heart (Billy Ray Cyrus - 1997)

If the long haired mullet, sleevless flannel, and snakeskinned boots doesn't label this guy as country I don't know what would. This song topped the country and pop charts for months and inspired a whole slew of rhythmless people to get up on the dance floor and try to line dance. "Try to" being the key words there. The father of pop icon Miley Cyrus (aka Hannah Montana) passed on his love of writing bad music (see worst song #3) to his daughter and brought his southern country drawl into the achy breaky eardrums of people everywhere!

Any person who goes by one name usually has a monsterous ego and Gerardo is no exception. Far be it from me to blame my dislike for this song on the fact that this guy is a pud, but even if I never had the fortune of seeing this individual, the song would still be bad. The knowledge of knowing who sings it just makes it that much worse. Using his Latin mojo to create a totally useless and poorly written song is one talent Gerardo has got mastered!

Worst Song #3: See You Again (Miley Cyrus - 2007)

The offspring of my "worst song #2" singer, follows in her daddy's footsteps by producing sounds that are just as painful to hear. Classified as dance-electro pop Cyrus' "See You Again" adds a club thomping beat and a stollen loop from 80s heartthrob Cory Hart's "I wear my sunglasses at night." The lyrics are ripped from the diary of a stalker and makes you fell like you should be looking over your shoulder for this insane ex-girlfriend than hoping to meet up with a loving young lass: "I got my sights set on you and I'm ready to aim. I have a heart that will never be tamed. I knew you were somethin' special when you spoke my name. Now I can't wait to see you again." Thanks Miley, but I think I can wait to hear from you again.

Worst Song #5 : Rico Suave (Gerardo - 1991)

Worst Song #4: Who Let the Dogs Out (Baha Men - 2000)

Who let them out indeed, and is there anyone out there trying to get them back in? If not, why not? These guys are horrible. In a poll conducted by Rolling Stone magazine this song ranked third in an article identifying the ten most annoying songs. But, even with this acknowledged it still is being played on the radio, parodied in tv shows and movies, and repetitively played at sporting events after touchdowns, goals, and baskets have been made. Well, I say put the dogs back in from where ever they got out of and throw away the key so they can escape no more!

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