Most Overplayed Songs

We all can think of classic rock songs that have been played to death on the radio, to the point we turn the station. These are good songs that I can no longer stand to hear. Thankfully, I do not listen to radio much these days, but it is impossible not to hear many of these songs elsewhere.

Here is a list I quickly thought of, I’m sure that are many more.

Joe Walsh – “Life’s Been Good”

Journey – “Don’t Stop Believing”

Fleetwood Mac – “Go Your Own Way”

Tom Petty – “Free Fallin'”

Led Zeppelin – “Stairway to Heaven”

The Who – “Won’t Get Fooled Again”

Boston – “More Than a Feeling”

The Beatles – “Hey Jude”

Aerosmith – “Dude Just Like a Lady”

Bob Seger – “Old Time Rock and Roll”

Van Halen – “Jump”

Bruce Springsteen – “Born in the USA”

Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young – “Our House”

Peter Frampton – “Baby I Love Your Way”

Queen – “We Will Rock You”

Rolling Stones – “Start Me Up”

Rush – “Tom Sawyer”

U2 – “Still Haven’t Found What I’m Looking For”

Lynyrd Skynyrd – “Free Bird”

Jethro Tull – “Bungle in the Jungle”

Pink Floyd – “Another Brick in the Wall”

Bee Gees – “Too Much Heaven”

Hall and Oates – “Kiss on My List”

Bad Company – “Feel Like Making Love”

Foreigner – “Waiting For a Girl Like You”

Eric Clapton – “Cocaine”

Doobie Brothers – “Black Water”

Chicago – “Colour My World”

Simon and Garfunkel – “Bridge Over Troubled Waters”

Steve Miller – “Space Cowboy”

Heart – “Alone”

Beach Boys – “Kokomo”

Paul McCartney – “Maybe I’m Amazed”

Don McLean – “American Pie”

Kiss – “Rock and Roll All Night”

George Thorogood – “Bad to the Bone”

Styx – “Babe”

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