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12 Great Songs That We'd Be Totally OK With Never Hearing Again

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The world of music is always looking for its next big hit, and when it finds one, it has no problem playing it into complete oblivion. Songs that often start out catchy and wonderful eventually become annoying not because you realize they're bad, but just because you've heard them so many freaking times! These 12 songs in particular are the worst offenders.

Rednex - "Cotton Eye Joe"

As heard in sports stadiums country-wide, at this point it's pretty unlistenable.

Guns N' Roses - "Sweet Child O' Mine"

Objectively a great song and one of the band's best, but we're pretty sure we're going to snap if we ever hear that riff again.

Oasis - "Wonderwall"

This song has gone straight past being overplayed and right into a cliché. At this point I think more people laugh at it than genuinely enjoy it.

Three Doors Down - "Kryptonite

Every angsty teenager had this on repeat for YEARS, and we were pretty much sick of it after a few minutes.

Nickelback - "How You Remind Me"

Not gonna lie, we got tired of this one pretty much right after it came out.

These next few songs are some of the most overplayed ever...

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