Hmm, gross. That's not what we thought that song meant.
Despite our endless harmonious yammering, we still write song after song from messed-up viewpoints that make it clear we actually have no clue what love is.
Music videos. For three minutes we're treated to vainest self-promotion out of a late night infomercial. And yeah, some of them can be pretty cool -- but they can always be cooler.
Your favorite song might be the one the band hates the most.
We all kind of expect nowadays that the person singing a tune we're into likely didn't write it. What's shocking, though, is that sometimes the song was written by someone who likely could've performed it better as well.
Sometimes, an entertainer's musical side job reveals a whole other side of their personality.
It turns out Christmas carols riddled with double entendre have actually been around for decades.
There are certain things songwriters do that seem almost guaranteed to produce a bad song, but they keep doing it.
Step #1: Suck. Step #2: Forget you suck. Step #3: Remember you suck in front of 100 people.
When art sucks, it sucks for consistent and modern reasons.