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He fails in school, defaults on child support and gambles his car payment 'Because I Got High': Why not try singing 'It Wasn't Me'?
24. 'Come On Over,' Jessica Simpson (2008)
The erstwhile Yoko Romo didn't deserve the nickname. Yoko's a better singer.
Like the Tin Man, or the Devil in 'Little Nicky,' he's falling apart, literally.
22. 'Courtesy of the Red, White and Blue,' Toby Keith (2002)
When the eagle took flight in this collision of patriotic clichés, we yearned for John Ashcroft's singing career.
21. 'God Bless the USA,' Lee Greenwood (2001 reissue)
Technically a 1984 release, we'll make room for this singularly shmaltzy tune since it kept coming back to life, like a zombie.
When these Russian pop chicks revealed they're not really lesbian lovers, both of their fans demanded refunds.
19. 'Just the Girl,' Click Five (2005)
Proving that even a Berklee College of Music education doesn't ensure good taste.
18. 'Do I Make You Proud,' Taylor Hicks (2006)
What are we, your mother?
Suffice to say, we am not big fans.
16. 'Party Like a Rock Star,' Shop Boyz (2007)
Without picking up an actual guitar or drum stick.
15. 'This Is Why I'm Hot,' Mims (2007)
Because Moms made you wear a sweater?
When the hook is Supertramp, hip hop may in fact be dead.
13. 'Come Clean,' Hilary Duff (2003)
We had no idea she was dirty.
"I want you smothered, want you covered like my Waffle House hash browns." And to think, breakfast used to be our favorite meal.
11. 'Lips of an Angel,' Hinder (2005)
So sweet, so tender, so – dude, you're blocking my view!
No, not the Sinatra classic. Fred Durst sings. Ol' Blue Eyes would have knocked the cap off his head.
9. 'Don't Stop Movin',' S Club 7 (2001)
Masterminded by Simon Fuller. The Spice Girls just weren't empty enough.
8. 'Gotta Get Thru This,' Daniel Bedingfield (2002)
The apex, and nadir, of UK garage.
7. 'F--- It (I Don't Want You Back),' Eamon (2003)
In the Guinness Book for most expletives in a No. 1 song. That dubious achievement will be surpassed by a recording of someone's reaction to hearing this song.
Did anybody ask poor Bobby Vinton how he felt about having his voice processed to chipmunk speed? Hey, we're sure he's cashing the checks.
5. 'Axel F,' Crazy Frog (2004)
The original animated Crazy Frog was introduced as the Annoying Thing. Then it remade one of the most annoying songs of the '80s.
Who says romance is dead?
3. 'Who Let the Dogs Out,' Baha Men (2000)
Before this obnoxious woofer, this group played a legitimate Bahamian music known as junkanoo. 'Dogs' was just plain junk.
2. 'My Humps,' Black Eyed Peas (2005)
Camels ... sexy.
You gotta aim high to stoop this low. Our pick for worst song of the decade is an epic, ongoing saga, a mini-movie of betrayal, infidelity, disloyalty, cheatin', some old Popeye's chicken and a spatula. Plus a midget. We all thought the story was weird when the R. Kelly sex tapes came out. As it turns out, no story is weirder than the one unspooling inside the man's head.