The "Phoenix New Times" put out a list of 'The 16 Worst Songs to Ever Reach Number One.' Of course, it's subjective depending on your taste.

That means if you have questionable taste in music, they might not seem as bad as they are.

Here's the Top 10 from their list:

  • 10

    "Informer" – Snow

    1993, #1 for seven weeks
  • 9

    "Can't Help Falling in Love" – UB40

    1993, #1 for seven weeks
  • 8

    "You Light Up My Life" – Debby Boone

    1979, #1 for 10 weeks
  • 7

    "Ebony & Ivory" – Paul McCartney and Stevie Wonder

    1982, #1 for seven weeks
  • 6

    "Total Eclipse of the Heart" – Bonnie Tyler

    1983, #1 for four weeks
  • 5

    "I'd Do Anything for Love (But I Won't Do That)" – Meat Loaf

    1993, #1 for five weeks
  • 4

    "Macarena (Bayside Boys Mix)" – Los Del Rio

    1996, #1 for 14 weeks
  • 3

    "Bad Day" – Daniel Powter

    2006, #1 for five weeks
  • 2

    "We Built This City" – Starship

    1985, #1 for four weeks
  • 1

    "We Are the World" – U.S.A. For Africa

    1985, #1 for four weeks