"Oh, Pretty Woman" — Roy Orbison. The melody and the voices' tonal qualities combined make for a really, really annoying sound.
"Wild Thing" — The Troggs. Seriously, is this even a song?
"Amazing Grace" — EVERYBODY AND HIS MOTHER. After you've heard this one about a million times or more, it really starts to grate. And the worst part was having to actually record my own version because it's my grandmother's favorite song. Go figure.
"What a Wonderful World" — Louis Armstrong. Disregarding my cynical view of the song's content, I've heard three different versions, and of those, Rowlf the Dog (yes, the Muppet) comes the closest to doing it right. Armstrong and Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson—especially the latter—do it way too upbeat.
I've never enjoyed the songs of those pop punk groups, you know like Green Day and Blink 182. Pop Punk is one of my most hated genres.
I hate mainstream songs (call me maybe, super bass, etc.). I get to hear them everywhere.
Plus One Direction songs. They keep on ringing in my head when I even hear one verse.