30 Day Song Challenge: Day 16 – A Song That You Used to Love but Now Hate

“Two Hearts” by Phil Collins

I liked this song so much when I first heard it, that I bought the 45.

[for young readers, the 45 is an album version of a cassette single. To even younger readers, the 45 is the equivalent to downloading a single song from iTunes, except the 45 took up actual physical space]

It ended up being a waste of money. If I just waited a day, I would have found that all I needed to do is turn on the radio any time, and this song would be playing. I got so sick of it, that I may have only played the album only once or twice.

2 thoughts on “30 Day Song Challenge: Day 16 – A Song That You Used to Love but Now Hate”

  1. I like Phil Collins, but he did get overplayed back then. Same with Genesis.

    As you said before, “love” and “hate” are strong words, but the song that comes closest to those for me is “One Night In Bangkok” by Murray Head.
    I liked it enough to buy the 45, but now I look back and say, “Why did I do that??”

    1. That’s a good one! That’s one of those songs that is pretty catchy, but you get sick of it after a while. I hear it sometimes on XM, and I think that I should download it – but I never do.

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