Songs You Wish They’d Never Play Again. Ever.

We all know how tough it can be to find good dance songs. Songs that are actually on beat and are played at an appropriate tempo. Songs that actually “feel” like a rumba, a tango or a waltz.

As a result, certain “good” songs get played over and over (and over and over) at social dances and competitions.

A good example is “Natural Woman” by Aretha Franklin. It fulfills all the requirements. And besides that, it’s sung by a really, really good singer. What’s not to love?

After approximately 5 billion listens, whenever I hear this song I want to go “natural woman” on the speaker system. (I don’t, of course, but I fantasize about it sometimes.)

I bet that you, my readers, have some similar songs in mind. Songs you wish they’d never play again. Ever. What are they? Let’s create a list.


  1. A few years ago I would have added “What is Love” by Haddaway. But no one plays in anymore so I’m slowly becoming less sick of it.

  2. A friend of mine also contributed the following songs for the list:

    “Bette Davis Eyes” and “We Built This City.”

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