Top Ten Most Overrated Songs of the 1960s & the 1970ssomekindofaguy I'm sure now some people will hate me because this list, but nevermind, i just tell my opinion.
The Top Ten
I'd never get what is this big worship for this song, I don't found nothing extra in this song, and they are way better Beatles songs... but nevermind, don't listen to me, maybe I'm just a troll because I told something wrong about the "best" Beatles songs, the Beatles, the fab four, the biggest musicians ever existed... if someone don't like them, then shut up! Ok no, I like lot of their songs, but this one really don't impressed me... - somekindofaguy
Look, I disagree with most of these(expect this one), by I admire your ability to state your opinon, and not care about what others think of it - RecklessGreedV 1 Comment
I simply can't understand how the hell this crap could lead the hit charts through weeks... - somekindofaguy
Great lyrics, but the instruments are terribly annoying. - somekindofaguy
The most poppy song by a hard rock band, but this is their best known and best rated song. - somekindofaguy
"Poppy? " How bout mind-warping trash? Do you understand that the lyrics promote suicide?
Don't know what you're hearing. The song is beautiful.
You know, overrated is not equals with bad. Overrated is equals with the song get too much credit, more than it would be deserve... - somekindofaguy
So ridiculously overrated that its not funny.
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