Which are the best musical comedies and which are the worst?
It’s been a little over a year since we published our top 10 list of the best songs of 2017, and with so many contenders and so many songs to choose from, we thought it was only fair to share our top ten list of what we consider to be the worst musical comedos and songs.
We’ll start with the best, but it’s also worth noting that there’s plenty of great music to be found in the Top 10, and while we’ve put a lot of effort into ranking songs that have already made the cut, we’d be remiss if we didn’t acknowledge that some songs are only available on Spotify.
We know this is going to be an uphill battle for Spotify to take down, so we thought we’d start with a list of some of the songs that we think are really, really bad.
The worst song on this list is “I Am a Song,” a song that has been in every episode of House of Cards for the past four seasons.
It’s about a politician who is trying to run for president, and his political ambitions get complicated when he discovers that he is actually a songbird.
But the best part of this song is that, as the title says, it’s “so bad that it’s good.”
There are some really great songs out there in 2017 that are not the worst, but these are some of our favorite.
We hope this list of terrible musical comed, songs, and music videos is a little more of a wake-up call than we’ve been hearing in the past.
We also want to point out that the list does not include any music videos, and so we’ve not included any videos that we felt were particularly worthy of being on this Top 10.
We do appreciate the support from the people who have been sharing these terrible videos on Instagram and Twitter, and we hope that these videos are able to help people understand what it’s like to be a songwriter in 2017.
In this week’s roundup: “Masters of the Universe” and “The Real Housewives of Atlanta” are among the most underrated musical comedues of 2017.
And “Lovin’ It Up” from “The Hunger Games: Catching Fire” is a great way to start a weekend with a little music.