I'm surprised to see so much mention of The Beatles on this list.
I can understand their overplayed songs like, "Help", "Hard Day's Night", "Yesterday", "Eight Days a Week", let's just make this easy and say anything on The 1 album or anything of theirs that gets played on the radio (to be fair, I have heard their more rare songs on the radio too.), but all songs by The Beatles?
Anything by Adele.
And Chris Brown.
Jean Grey, Gwen Stacy, Professor X, Mar-Vell, Richard Rider, Kid Loki- Bring Them Back!!!
A few more I've thought of.
"Tiny Dancer" Love the song, but I've noticed it a bit too much on the radio lately, it's starting to annoy me.
"Dancing Queen" It's the most bland Abba song I can think of (ok, Super Trouper takes that prize, but DQ is second)
"Foxy Lady" It shames me I need to list a Hendrix song.
That's it for now
I'm kind of shocked noone has mentioned Stairway to Heaven which is probably one of the most overplayed songs on the radio (but i still like it)
As for "Stairway" I could never get sick or tired of it. Also, I never hear it on the radio, and I usually only listen to Classic Rock or Eclectic stations.
Also Take a chance on me is f'ing brilliant song.
I probably hear "Kashmir" more often on the radio around here than "Stairway." In fact, I recently added "Stairway" to my IPod because i had gotten "un-sick" of it.
Adele and Katy Perry and Pink and Rihanna can go away now.
Most radio Beatles songs are overdone, but I can still go for "Eleanor Rigby" and "I am the Walrus"
"There's not much of a difference between a stadium full of cheering fans and an angry crowd screaming abuse at you. They're both just making a lot of noise. How you take it is up to you. Convince yourself they're cheering for you. You do that, and some day, they will. And that's how Sue Cs it."- Sue Sylvester, "Glee"
Coo coo cachoo
I especially cannot stomach Rihanna songs now that she seems to have forgiven the man who beat her and is singing duets with the fucker.
Permanent ban list.
Add to my list:
Much as I LOVE G'N'R, I am so f'n tired of Paradise City and Sweet Child O' Mine.