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9. Morris Albert

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Feelings

Highest Billboard Position:
#6 in 1975

If you haven’t guessed by now, our opinion of sappy music is not a high one.  It therefore stands to reason that Morris Albert’s rendition of “Feelings” holds a high rank on this list.

If you have not heard this depressing piece of crap, consider yourself lucky.  The song is basically Albert whining about his sadness over losing his lost love, leading to a slushy crescendo of a chorus of “Feelings, Whoa Whoa Whoa, Feelings”.  We can only imagine people sitting alone in their basement listening to this drivel after they too lost a love and looking to end it all as the song made them even more depressed.  Of course, we can easily imagine someone who was once content, but went postal after hearing one too many “Whoa Whoa Whoas”.  Regardless, are “feelings” on this song is pretty strong, and we feel that it sucks.

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I totally agree, "Feelings" is god awful! - 50%
"Feelings" is bad, but there is much worse. - 0%
"Feelings" is actually a guilty pleasure. - 0%
No opinion. - 0%
You are nuts, "Feelings" is amazing. - 50%
Last modified on Sunday, 15 July 2012 19:48

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0 #1 Musicologist999 -0001-11-29 19:00
"Feelings" may have been a hit in it's day, but you know a song hasn't aged well when no radio station in all the land will play it anymore, AND the song is also the butt of many, many jokes and parodies. Nuff said about Morris Albert's drivel, "Feelings".
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