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Worst song to ever win an award?

I think I'll limit it to 80s and 90s, because after that would have too many responses....

By VelociraptorRemy6
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I’m sorry to do this but I refuse to have this ear worm alone, click if you daresmile001.gif

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I'm pretty sure (without googling) that "Afternoon Delight" by Starland Vocal Band won some kind of award. Grammy maybe? Dammit...now I've given myself an earworm.

BobbyJaan Level 6 July 10, 2018
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If l can't say anything by Taylor Swift I'm out.

Sticks48 Level 9 July 10, 2018
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1989 winner of the Best Metal Performance Grammy award... Jethro Tull for "Crest of a Knave"...

Won over Metallica's And Justice for All album

I know it's not a song (they are both albums), but this is the biggest travesty in music history!!!

Rignor Level 7 July 10, 2018

And Justice for All was a badass album. Haven't heard Jethro Tull to compare but I believe you.

Jethro Tull is far superior.

@VelociraptorRemy It was a flute.
A fuqqing flute.
Which is technically made of metal, but nothing heavy about it.

@maturin1919 As a Metallica fan who also grew up listening to Tull, I will concede that Jethro Tull has albums that are better than Metallica's "Load", "Reload", "St. Anger" and the legendarily awful "Lulu" (with Lou Reed).

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