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Top 10 Worst Songs of All Time

Top 10 Angriest Songs of All Time
Top 10 Worst Songs of All Time

As we all know, not every song can be perfect.  Here are your best not-so-perfect songs.

10. Let Me Clear My Throat - DJ Kool (1996)
I will never understand how this song gets people to dance. I'm guessing it's a rap song, but whatever kind of song it is, the lyrics are just pathetic. This is the only song I know where more than one line is coughing. And I'm supposed to dance to someone coughing...
Worst Lyric: "Cough, cough"
Honestly, the whitest of the white can barely dance to this song. STOP PLAYING IT.
9. I'm Too Sexy - Right Said Fred (1992)
Three British men claiming they are too sexy for multiple things...sounds like an interesting conversation. Oh's a song. Yes, the song is as terrible as the initial idea.
Worst Lyric: "I'm too sexy for my _____"
Just fill in the blank because anything you can add is equally as bad as what they said.
8. My Humps - Black Eyed Peas (2005)
Lyrically, this may be the absolute worst song ever. If I was Fergie, I'd be more embarassed to sing this song in front of one person than to piss my own pants in front of millions of people.  But hey, that's just me.
Worst Lyric: "What you gon' do with all that junk? All that junk inside your trunk? I'm a get, get, get, get, you drunk. Get you love drunk off my hump."
Yup. I'd definitely rathing piss myself.
7. Crank That (Soulja Boy) - Soulja Boy (2007)
As a wise man once said, this song is far from good. This is a lyrical disaster. Yes, this is an extremely catchy song, but that's one element to a terrible song.  Come on, you know you've caught yourself singing "I'm too sexy for my shirt"
Worst Lyric: "Nope, you can't do it like me, hoe, so don't do it like me, folk I see you tryna do it like me, man that shit was ugly"
Well he does establish that "me" rhymes with...well...the word..."me"...
6. Ice Ice Baby - Vanilla Ice (1992)
This song is an anthem to geeky suburban white kids everywhere. Too bad that's no accomplishment in the rap business. Vanilla Ice will never live this one down.
Worst Lyric: "Will it ever stop yo I don't know, turn off the lights and I'll glow"
That's because you are white, not because you are good.
5. Don't Worry, Be Happy - Bobby McFerrin (1988)
Well the message this song ATTEMPTS to get across is evident. Give this song a listen and I personally guarantee that no song will plunge you into suicidal despondency more than this one will. His multiple accents don't help the cause either.
Worst Lyric: "Here I give you my phone number, when you worry call me"
Yeah he'll convince you to kill yourself if you hadn't already at this point in the song
4. Everybody Have Fun Tonight - Wang Chung
How exactly does one "wang chung"? And why am I getting a feeling that wang chung-ing at a party may be the opposite of fun? This is the definition of an all time failed party anthem. Now with that said, lets go wang chung.
Worst Lyric: "Everybody have fun tonight, everybody wang chung tonight"
If someone is having fun, they aren't wang chung-ing and if someone is wang chung-ing, they aren't having fun.
3. Rollin' - Limp Bizkit (2000)
Finally...the modern day hokey-pokey has arrived. It could very well be the sequel.  Take the hokey-pokey, put it against a background of horrid metal noise, and give it a more hoarse voice, and there you have it, the transition is complete.
Worst Lyric: "Breathe in now breathe out, hands up now hands down. Back up back up, tell me what you wanna do now"
Sounds like a Richard Simmons work out tape to be honest.
2. Achy Breaky Heart - Billy Ray Cyrus (1992)
We all saw this coming. This is a song enjoyed in trailer parks and was a typical liking among obese people. Why would Billy Ray Cyrus feel the need to rejuvinate the line-dancing fad? And BRUCE! Why would you cover this? This song is a mystery to me.
Worst Lyric: "But don't tell my heart, my achy breaky heart, I just don't think he'd understand"
Self-explanatory. Come on people.
1. We Built This City - Starship
This song is so bad that the former Starship lead singer at the time, Grace Slick is in denial. When people bring up this abomination of a song, she simply says "It isn't me." 'Nuff said. Oh, and if you want a good laugh, check out the music video
Worst Lyric: The entire song is just one big horrible lyric
Amen to the line above!^^

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