Kashmir, it's just the same 3 seconds repeated for almost 10 minutes.
I worked in a club when this song was getting big, and we played it at least once an hour. It's at least got lyrics through- 'Work' was probably the worst song on our playlist for getting on the nerves.Quite a few of the songs posted earlier in this thread get on my nerves, but one in particular that nobody's mentioned is this fucking thing:Back when I lived on campus this fucking song would be playing every day in all the meal halls and whenever they wanted to do some public function they'd have these huge-ass speakers blasting this fucking song loud enough that I could hear it even though I was like a mile away and it drove me fucking crazy and thank god I live in an apartment and don't use the meal plan anymore now and don't have to hear pop radio all the fucking time anymore.
What the fuck are trap songs?
This started out promising but just ended up another trap song. I feel like I'm too old for this shit (I'm only in my late 20s ffs). I saw fucking Trent Reznor praise the track and so I checked it out. nope.
Here's the lyrics for anyone who just wants to read them:
It's because your sister is completely retarded.I can usually at least tolerate, even like, Ed Sheeran's more lively songs. But his slow paced songs? I'm changing the station. Especially these two.
My sister said that she fell in love with this one while hearing it every hour at work. How?
I don't even like Eric Clapton's "Wonderful Tonight." And now I have to hear Ed Sheeran whine his own sort of it on the radio? Fuck that noise.
(Also adding a vote for "Castle on the Hill.")