Chart-topping hit from English band Chumbawamba featured in such hit films as Home Alone 3, Joe Somebody, and Airbud 2.
If only for the opening line, “Like I always say, what’s good for the geese is always good for the gander.” See also 80's.
The song is called "I Am a Utah Man" and uses the terms "jolliest", "merriment", and "we're up to snuff." I can't believe that the female students haven't revolted. See also College.
Yoo-hoooo! Be a doll and add a funny song.
Cheesy song by John Mayer that has made the rounds on every make-out playlist ever.
These, of course, would include Bobby Brown's On Our Own from Ghostbusters II, MC Hammer's Addam's Family Grove from The Addam's Family, and Vanilla Ice's Ninja Rap from Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles II: The Secret of the Ooze. See also 80's, 90's, Singers.
An online poll conducted in the '90s set Vitaly Komar, Alex Melamid and David Soldier on a quest to create the most annoying song ever. After gathering data about people's least favorite music and lyrical subjects, they did the unthinkable: they combined them into a single monstrosity. List of undesirable elements included holiday music, bagpipes, pipe organ, a children's chorus and the concept of children in general (really?), Wal-Mart, cowboys, political jingoism, George Stephanopoulos, Coca Cola, bossanova synths, banjo ferocity, harp glissandos, oompah-ing tubas and much, much more. It's actually a fascinating listen, worthwhile for the opera rapping alone.