A songwriter who can play any genre, whether rock, jazz, hip-hop or electronic music is a rare commodity in the music industry.
But in an era where music fans are inundated with music by the minute, it’s often difficult to find the right song for everyone.
So here are our picks for the 50 most catchy songs on the internet, based on their catchyness, the lyrics, the catchy music, the genre and the genre-specific references.
You can also read our list of the 100 most influential songs.
You’ve got a couple of songs that will always be on your playlist:The Beatles’ Sgt Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band and the Cure’s The Night Is Blue.
The Beatles were a huge influence on the Beatles’ music, but there’s a reason why they’re both so well-known today.
They’re both pretty catchy.
You have one song that you probably won’t hear on the radio every day:The White Stripes’ No Doubt.
It’s the song that helped define the sound of American punk rock in the early 1970s.
And it’s the first song on the list to be remixed in a popular genre.
The White House has a song about the White House and the Capitol, so you’ve got to check it out.
You love the name of a restaurant?
Try the name The Burger King.
You love a song that has a line about your favorite TV show?
Try The Simpsons.
This one has to be the most popular song on Spotify, because it’s probably one of the most-played songs in the US.
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