Having My Baby is winner of worst song in 4th round – IOTW Report

Having My Baby is winner of worst song in 4th round

Imagine won round 1 .

I Am Woman wins round 2.

We are the World wins round 3.

Having My Baby round 4.

We have our 4 nominees for the worst song of all time.

They will be listed in the comments below.

Upvote the worst.

48 Comments on Having My Baby is winner of worst song in 4th round

  1. …what, no Phillip Glass?

    …Burr sure will be disappointed…

  2. Anything called heavy metal should be at the top but then I guess they’re not really songs, just noise.

  3. PLEASE!!!! They are all equally miserable.
    Just call it a 4-way tie and save us from the torture…

  4. All country music sucks. But the absolute worst has got to be Okie From Musgokee.

  5. Having My Baby is the worst. I wanted to cut my wrists every time I heard it.

  6. A blind monkey throwing poop at a blank sheet of music staff paper will sooner or later write a better song than those four.

  7. @ SNS: YES! Phillip Glass! Aaaaaccckkkkkkkkkkk gaggggg rrrretch!!

  8. @ cheryl MARCH 26, 2021 AT 1:31 PM

    You and me both

  9. I am new to the contest. Any mention yet of Tiny Tim? Tiptoe Through the Tulips

  10. Yummy yummy yummy I’ve got love in my tummy………oops, I just puked.

  11. D’oh. Just figured it out. Out of the four finalists, which all suck heinously, I couldn’t pick the worst. Looks like a four way tie to me.

  12. I nominate the song “Patches” sung by Clarence Carter. Horrible, but actually won a grammy I believe.

  13. I didn’t see Kenny G get a mention. And only one song from Barry Manilow?

  14. @Col. Angus – was there EVER a more undeserving song of fame than that? I think NOT!

  15. I demand an investigation into the Inherent bias in candidate ballot position.
    I’m turning this over to Adam Schiff to lie about.

    What was the pro for your quid, BFH?

  16. Oh yeah – Achy Breaky Heart. Billy Ray Cyrus. Why let his daughter hoard the suck.

  17. “I’ll cut loose light an Okie Smokie Fart and you’ll smell the country cheese
    I’ll cut loose light an Okie Smokie Fart and you’ll be begging me pretty please…”

  18. @ Hoss MARCH 26, 2021 AT 2:29 PM

    Patches, sung by Clarence Carter went to no 1 I believe. Recorded in Muscle Shoals at Rick Hall’s request.

  19. The Muscle Shoals documentary was wonderful. Really amazing the number of records those guys were a part of

  20. How about worst song to win a Grammy?
    ‘Don’t Worry Be Happy’

    -Wins hands down!
    Milli Vanilli gets a nod as well…

  21. Having my baby
    What a lovely way to say how much
    You’re thinking of me

    Hate to tell you Paul, but what shes thinking about you at that moment is, “Whats the most painful way for Paul to DIE!!

  22. oh great. Now i got that stupid paul anka tune going through my head.

    gonna put on some joe bonnamassa and drown it out

  23. :Stands on hilltop wearing Napoleon hat, thoughtfully chewing apple. Behind, hidden by the crest of the hill, lies the entire Phillip Glass catalog of music lying in readiness. Ahead and below, crossing the plains towards me at a steady pace, the four song finalists approach….:

  24. Emperor Burr, it shall be written in a letter that Billy was a hero that day, bringing back some extra men. But alas, that letter will be thrown away.

  25. Aaron Neville, “Don’t Take Away My Heaven”. Could be the most annoying singing voice of all time.

  26. Thirdtwin, Noooo! Not “Float On”.
    It’s a fun song and a fave of mine many years ago.
    Check out how popular it is on YouTube. Gen Zs, Xers and Millennials love it!
    Four part harmony mixed with 70s urban cool.
    The singers are very talented and make the song worth a listen – a soul music classic.

  27. Redcat 66-
    His voice sounds like someone yodling as they’re getting choked.

  28. Imagine! I have hated that piece of garbage for decades!

  29. Anything rap. But then again, it aint music, so maybe that’s why it has barely been mentioned in these threads.

  30. The 2 songs Recorded on Hanover Records.
    Recorded by Jimmy Carter for the 1976 Election year.
    A Jpeg of the 45 record available on request.

    “Let Me Know” 1:53
    “You’re Gonna Be Sorry” 2:15

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