Hearing a song over and over can ruin a perfectly good song.
As I visited Kinko’s today, I heard a song that I’d be happy to never hear again for the rest of my life.
Paul McCartney is definitely one of the most talented musicians of the last 50 years. But every song he has written and sung has not been a masterpiece. (Very few musicians have that capability!)
Band on the Run is not my favorite song by Sir McCartney. Even when it became a world-wide hit on the radio, I didn’t enjoy it very much.
So when the Kinko’s playlist featured that song, I nearly ran out of the store screaming. (Well, not really.)
Can we have a world-wide moratorium on certain songs? Please?
3 Replies to “When good songs become bad”
Oh boy…don’t get me started! Let’s see if I can narrow to one that drives me particularly nuts. I’ll be back tomorrow!
“I Can’t Go For That” by Hall & Oates has always driven me up the wall. Also “Karma Chameleon” “Centerfold” “You Are Everything” “Shop Around” “Cecilia” and everything by Michael Jackson.
I’m with you on all those, Tim!
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