Worst Songs of the 60sTheMusicNerd 60s experts, legitimately post what you think are the worst songs of the 60s. Don't be nostalgic and say none, because I won't take that as an answer. The 60s certainly had some bad songs.
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How is this and love me do in the top three! - RalphBob
You know what? Now that I think about it, I Want My Baby Back should've been on the top three. I realized the flaw on my list... Oh. But still, She Loves You and Love Me Do were not pleasant to listen to. Maybe it's because they're so boring and annoying. - TheMusicNerd
While I do like The Beatles, this is easily their worst song. This song can only be described as annoying. The verses are terribly written, the lyrics are incredibly generic(this is a love song, after all), the chorus is one of the worst things I have ever heard. - TheMusicNerd
My man, EVERY Beatles song that they wrote themselves before like 1965 is a love song - Erucu
This one beatle song is better than all the rap songs ever recorded put together.
Don't get me wrong, I like Paul Anka's music a lot, but this song is horrible. - TheMusicNerd
Most of the song is the chorus, which is horrible. This doesn't sound like something a serious label would release. Like most love songs of the 60s, the lyrics are generic, but the constantly repeating chorus was the worst part of this song. - TheMusicNerd
I'm not even sure Jimmy Cross was thinking properly when he wrote this crap. He sounds annoying, too. - TheMusicNerd
I cannot believe that something this irritating was actually released by a label. - TheMusicNerd
You must be confusing this song with "Bird's The Word" by The Rivingtons, that was a very bad song, but "Surfin' Bird" by The Trashmen was excellent.
Now I am really confused, was that other song, "Papa Oom Mow Mow" by the Rivingtons or the Trashmen?
I am a Beatles fan and I absolutely hate this song. I don't understand why people would call it "deep". It also fueled the "Paul is dead" conspiracy
Not the worst song The Beatles have made, but definitely their longest and least interesting one. - TheMusicNerd
Turn me on, dead man,
Turn me on, dead man.
Block that kick!
This is "Baby" in the 60s. - 445956
No it is good! Breaking up is hard to do is bad. - 445956
If you look at the English lyrics, you will realize this is a very sad song. The singer died in a plane crash at only 43. How is this above "I Got You Babe? " - 445956
Bob Dylan's greatest lyrics ever- or not.
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2. It Hurts to Be In Love - Gene Pitney
3. Love Me Do - The Beatles