The fact John Lennon is dead and Paul McCartney is still kicking proves the adage "Only the good die young."I think I win with this one.
YouTube - Ebony and Ivory - Paul McCartney and Stevie Wonder
Also any thing else McCartney did after 76
No! Never will I renounce my contempt for "Horse With No Name!" "Here I stand..."Horse with no name...YOU TAKE THAT BACK! That is a great song, and so is Sister Golden Hair Surprise.Shoving chopsticks in my ears? Yes, there are songs that would make me do it.
If I could do a Comiskey Park "disco demolition-type" explosion of every copy of this song that exists on this planet, just so it would never again be heard by human ears, I would:
YouTube - America - A Horse With No Name
And if I happened to do it in a manner that violated local fire ordinances, I would glady pay the fine and/or do the time...
I couldn't even stand more than 10 seconds of this video while hunting it up for you guys.
Here's a few more of what I deem stinkeroos:
"Heart of Gold" by Neil Young (not to be confused with "Band of Gold" by Freda Payne, which is great, in my opinion).
"In the Year 2525" by Zager and Evans.
"Spirit in the Sky" by Norman Greenbaum.
"December, 1963 (Oh, What a Night)" by the Four Seasons...
To whomever above I said "thanks," that means I also hate the song you so "honored" by mentioning or posting it on this ever-so-useful thread...
I remember in a "contemporary" service where the keyboardist got carried away during a 95 decibel number. In between the verses he launched intoIn the jungle, the muddy jungle, the lion sleeps tonight....
Then you don't want me to upload my Karaoke version of it?Years aago when I was working at a box factory we had a guy who had a boom box and whenever this song, "Achy Breaky Heart" came on he would turn it up full blast. It took all my restraint to keep from throwing his "boom" box out the window and him with it. Hate that song.