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Clicky shuffle: Random songs for a Monday morning

By Aaron Leitko

We frequently reflect on the music we loved when we were young--the songs that made us laugh, cry, dance, etc. But we never really talk about the songs that tortured us--the random unwelcome melodies that rattled around in our brains and drove us to the brink of madness. I give you five of my most hated earworms.

-Jermaine Jackson, "Escape From the Planet of the Ant Men"
-Manheim Steamroller, "Deck the Halls"
-Steely Dan, "Deacon Blues"
-Anita Baker, "I Love You Just Because"
-Reba West, "To Be In Love" (from the "Robotech" soundtrack)


By By Aaron Leitko  |  August 2, 2010; 8:00 AM ET
 | Tags: Anita Baker, Jermaine Jackson, Manheim Steamroller, Robotech, Steely Dan  
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