Song: Fuck it (I Don't Want You Back) (2003)
Album: Who Fucking Cares? (not the actual album title; he's just not worth the wikipedia research)
Even as a 12-year-old who idolized rebellion and swearing, I knew this song fucking stinks. It clearly only got recognition from the shock factor of the title because it is tuuurrrrible. You could go on soundcloud and find 500 songs by people with less than 20 followers that are better. I'm not gonna do the leg work on that one, but you're more than welcome to.
Admittedly, this song is not my swag, but I already got a late start to blogging today and didn't want to waste any more time debating what to pick. Sometimes you gotta get some help from "this date in music history." Congrats on the four-week run at #1, though.
Okay, I lied. I'm a wiki boi. I had to take a peak. Glad to see the ole US of A didn't stoop to the levels of the rest of the world. We've got some truly awful, historically bad, didn't hold up #1 songs, but Eamon, you ain't on that list!
Obvi it's fresh in my head from subjecting myself to one (1) full listen, but this is one of the most poorly written lines in music history:
"Ya questioned, did I care
You could ask anyone, I even said
Ya were my great one"