Are These the 10 Worst Songs to Reach #1?

A site has put out a list of ‘The Worst Songs to Ever Reach #1.’

This list is subjective depending on your taste, and we didn’t agree on all the picks in the studio.

Here’s the Top 10:

1.  The USA for Africa anthem “We Are the World”, 1985 . . . #1 for four weeks

 

2.  “We Built This City”, Starship, 1985 . . . #1 for four weeks

 

3.  “Bad Day”, Daniel Powter, 2006 . . . #1 for five weeks

 

4.  “Macarena (Bayside Boys Mix)”, Los Del Rio, 1996 . . . #1 for 14 weeks  (???)

 

5.  “I’d Do Anything for Love (But I Won’t Do That)”, Meat Loaf, 1993 . . . #1 for five weeks

 

6.  “Total Eclipse of the Heart”, Bonnie Tyler, 1983 . . . #1 for four weeks

 

7.  “Ebony & Ivory”, Paul McCartney and Stevie Wonder, 1982 . . . #1 for seven weeks

 

8.  “You Light Up My Life”, Debby Boone, 1979 . . . #1 for 10 weeks

 

9.  “Can’t Help Falling in Love”, UB40, 1993 . . . #1 for seven weeks

 

10.  “Informer”, Snow, 1993 . . . #1 for seven weeks

 

See the whole list of 16 songs with explanations at PhoenixNewTimes.com

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