(This could be an endless series, 'cause the worst possible crap gets locked on in the jukebox of my mind.)
Today, I have what is, arguably, one of the worst songs ever to taint the airwaves of AM radio stuck in my head. You know what I'm talking about: "Loving You (Is Easy 'Cause You're Beautiful)." It's awful! It's insipid, it's inane, it's sleazy and it's seriously shallow. It's also physically painful to listen to in parts; this song could, conceivably, kill someone with a big enough metal plate in their head.
You can't do it for karaoke, which ... actually, might be a slightly mitigating factor, now that I think about it. That's the truly horrifying thing: the Minnie Ripperton version is the best version possible of this loathsome song. Check it out here, done with strings and a classically-trained soprano -- it's even worse! The sleaze seems oilier when sung with perfect diction!
Even the soul poured into it by a contestant in what I think might be a Vietnamese (?) version of American Idol can't redeem this icky song. I would give her points for effort, but I'm not sure this song should be sung ever, by anyone.
The MIDI version wants to do horrible, horrible things to you. Whether or not you let it is between you and your God.
Hopefully, I've spread the disease-like meme of this song around far enough now that it will leave me in peace. It will be replaced with something equally obnoxious before too long, though.