I enjoy a lot of "fluff", and I rarely pay attention to lyrics, so it's hard for me to be too critical of these supposedly 10-worst songs of all time. In fact, I really like quite a few of these songs. And even those I don't particularly like, I might could still defend them somewhat.
Heck, even "Achy Breaky Heart" and "Ice Ice Baby" are kind of catchy (as the latter should be, of course, seeing as how it lifted an awesome sample from Queen). And, yes, I've heard enough Wang Chung to last a lifetime, but c'mon, their hit song wasn't THAT bad. And considering Eddie Murphy's "Party All The Time" was moreso just a vanity project that should just be considered a novelty song, does it really belong on this list? And even if we say it still does, well at least it's better than Madonna's entry, right?
I'd say that the only truely bad song here is Madonna's "American Life", as I'm certain there are much better songs that accomplish that same techno-like musical vibe that she's going for there, and of course she has had much better songs herself. But "American Life" is a bit of a stinker. If fact, it makes U2's "Numb" seem downright genius.