Admit it, most of your karaoke or party go-tos are overplayed songs.
Hey, I own that fact.
You always want to aim for something that everyone knows, that you can sing/dance along to, and that is a serious vibe.
It’s a sign of intelligence if you pick what everyone else would pick in this instance.
It is probably also a sign that you are a white person keen to get absolutely turnt.
Come on, you cannot convince me that you have never done the impassioned fist in the air or air-guitared along to Journey’s ‘Don’t Stop Believing’ or Lynyrd Skynyrd’s ‘Sweet Home Alabama’.
Those are absolute bangers, no matter how freaking annoying they actually are, too.
The only way they become such bangers in the first place is if they get played absolutely everywhere, in commercials and movies, in restaurants and clubs, at weddings and parties.
They’re timeless, ageless (Gen Zs, you here?), cultureless forces to be reckoned with.
Fun DMC went ahead and scoured the internet for what the majority of people find to be the most overplayed songs, which leaves us with a whole playlist really.
Agree, disagree, or agree to disagree, but this is the list of the 25 most overplayed songs of all time:
They’re all so well known it is painful.
Oh, would you look at that – Spotify has a playlist aptly named “Songs That Never Fail To Make White People Beyond Turnt” that starts with none other than:
Oof, the chills. Gets me every time.
Six hours, and 101 songs guaranteed to make you scream “Hey, this is my song!” whenever it comes on at the bar:
Don’t fight it. Just admit it.
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