When writing a pop song, there is no such thing as a lyric that is too dumb to sing over and over. Some of the stupidest thoughts the human mind has ever conjured are probably stuck in your mind forever because someone jammed them in a catchy tune.
In this field of shocking idiocy and nonsense rhymes, we want to know what the absolute dumbest lyrics are. Vote now!
The official voting period has ended. See the results below.
“Wiggle wiggle wiggle wiggle wiggle yeah/ Wiggle wiggle wiggle wiggle yeah, yeah”
“Me not working hard? Yeah, right, picture that with a Kodak/ Or better yet got to Times Square, take a picture of me with a Kodak"
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"Sometimes we swim around / like two dolphins in the oceans of our hearts"
Uh oh, looks like a member of LFO was late to rehearsal and grabbed his 8 year-old niece's diary by mistake.
"Barbra Streisand. Do-do-do do-do-do, do-do-do, do-do."
It was a given that a band named "Duck Sauce" releasing a song named "Barbra Streisand" was going to be unforgivably obnoxious. What took everyone by surprise, though, was just how obnoxious they could possibly make it.
"I love your lack of self-respect/while you're passed out on the deck/ I love my hands around your neck"
This is not only blatantly misogynistic but incredibly threatening. For all we know Nickelback could have taken this from a direct quote of Lenny's to a bunny in "Of Mice and Men."
"Come here rude boy, boy. Can you get it up? Come here rude boy, boy. Is you big enough? Take it, take it, baby, baby, take it, take it, love me, love me."
The key to good lyrics lies in the art of suggestion. Rihanna fails to insert the slightest hint of subtlety into this moment of sexual aggression that would make Nicki Minaj blush, or at the very least make some kind of stupid face.
"I really really really wanna zig a zig aaaaaaah"
This nonsense as a standalone line is enough to make even the most ardent supporter of cheesy 90's pop furious, but when you remember that all the previous lines have been leading up to the big reveal of "what they really really want", it's somehow even worse.