The Ten Most Annoying Drunk-Sing-Along Songs

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2. Billy Joel, "Piano Man" This one is kind of meta; after all, it's a song Joel wrote based on experiences he had while working in a lounge in Los Angeles. Naturally, though, the tragic characters and sad-sack drunks mentioned in the song make it a huge bummer -- and a sing-along magnet for those drunks who weep in their whiskey.

1. Journey, "Don't Stop Believin'" Thank you Sopranos, Rock Band and Glee, for making this already-overplayed song even more ubiquitous at sporting events, on television shows and in bars. A whole new generation of casual Journey fans -- those who didn't already burn out on the tune years ago -- now find great joy in playing the tune, especially as the night gets fuzzier. At least Steve Perry is laughing all the way to the bank.

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