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Are these the worst songs of the 1970s?

Daryl Dragon and his wife Toni Tennille of the group “Captain & Tennille” (Photo by Michael Ochs Archives/Getty Images)

Rolling Stone held a poll, asking their readers, “What are the worst songs from the 1970s?”  The fans’ answers did not disappoint.  Memorable melodies did make the top 10… but they’re songs you either love or HATE.

Here’s the 10 songs from the ’70s that people hated the most!

10.  Lovin’ You – Minnie Riperton (1975) – Highest spot in the Billboard Hot 100: #1

9.  Feelings – Morris Albert (1974) – Highest spot in the Billboard Hot 100: #6

8.  Billy Don’t Be A Hero – Bo Donaldson and the Heywoods (1974) – Highest spot in the Billboard Hot 100: #1

7.  Seasons In The Sun – Terry Jacks (1973) – Highest spot in the Billboard Hot 100: #2

6.  Escape (The Pina Colada Song) – Rupert Holmes (1979) – Highest spot in the Billboard Hot 100: #1

5.  Muskrat Love – The Captain and Tennille (1976) – Highest spot in the Billboard Hot 100: #4

4.  You Light Up My Life – Debby Boone (1977) – Highest spot in the Billboard Hot 100: #1

3.  (You’re) Having My Baby – Paul Anka (1974) – Highest spot in the Billboard Hot 100: #1

2.  Afternoon Delight – Starland Vocal Band (1976) – Highest spot in the Billboard Hot 100: #1

Disco Duck Rick Dees (1976) – Highest spot in the Billboard Hot 100: #1

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