The Ten Most Annoying Drunk-Sing-Along Songs

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8. Cracker, "Euro Trash Girl" Although a radio edit of this song made it a manageable listen, the original version of this tune is a whopping eight minutes long. And somehow, when you're inebriated, that much David Lowery mumbling - with a side of a wobbly chorus of "Euro-trash giiiiiiirl" -- seems like a fine idea. But really, it's not.

7. The Doors, "Alabama Song (Whisky Bar)" While this song was co-written by noted German playwright Bertolt Brecht and composer Kurt Weill, its respected cultural origins fly out the window when the Doors' version gets blasted from a jukebox. Instead, expect a bar full of rogue Jim Morrison imitators trying to out-pirate each other.

6. Bon Jovi, "Livin' On a Prayer" This song from Bon Jovi's hairy '80s heyday unites drinkers of all ages and genders -- the chorus and its build-up are just begging for off-key singing. The key change near the end is a particularly insurmountable obstacle if you're inebriated.

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