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Old 03-02-2012, 04:22 PM   #16
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  1. I Will Always Love You - Whitney
  2. Tears In Heaven - Clapton
  3. Candle In The Wind (both versions) - Elton
  4. Angel - Sarah McLachlan
Those songs are like nails on a chalkboard to me. The schmaltz level is too high for me and I love schmaltz.
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Old 03-02-2012, 05:12 PM   #17
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I like everything Chuck Berry does,except for one song:His ONLY #1 hit,1972's "Ding a Ling",which starts out okay,but gradually gets worse as the song continues.
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"Fire Lake" by Bob Seger is one. The whole song is a rambling question, and the bridge verse asking who wants to brave those bronzed beauties with long soft hair who lay you down so fast was so misogynistic.
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My rotten songs would be:
Allentown by Billy Joel
Nebraska by Bruce Springsteen

Anyone that thinks that "Rock and Roll All Night" is worse is a Troll!!!
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I love Family, but their 1973 single "Boom Bang" is a bad song. It begins with a chorus like this:

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Sick and tired, all hay-wired, fever that's for sure
Moon, lune girl erection for a cure

Then it goes on about the sexual antics of male felines:

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Scratch scratch, old Tom cat
Screaming every night
He's going round smelling every one-eyed she-cat in sight

And then it mentions other male animals and how they get turned on:

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Horned toad, rooster crow
But it all add up to just one thing
When the men specie get hot
Then they sure do sing

I think this song may have been partly the reason why Family leaders Roger Chapman and Charlie Whitney chose to pull the plug on the group.
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Almost everything off Born This Way by Lady Gaga. You and I is a decent ballad and shows her non synth-dance side of her but the rest of the album is pretty uninspired.

Life in the Fast Lane by The Eagles. And of course this would be the song the radio stations around here always play the most by them! It's also the same with Honkeytonk Women by The Rolling Stones.

Faithfully and Open Arms by Journey--I know they are two of the biggest ballads of all time but I never really got into them. I think Who's Crying Now and Send Her My Love are their better ballads.

Four Minutes by Madonna. A mess of a song!

I Will Remember You by Sarah MacLachlan. This has become such a cliche now.
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"Do Ya Think I'm Sexy" by Rod Stewart. Loathsome.
"The Other Me" by Paul McCartney. A perfect summation of the worst of solo Paul.
"Wond'ring Again" by Jethro Tull. A vulgar and unnecessary sequel to the Aqualung track "Wond'ring Aloud."
anything on Neil Young's Trans album, which also featured an electronic reworking of his old Buffalo Springfield song "Mr. Soul."
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