Yesterday we were talking about how James Blunt apologized for his 2005 hit "You're Beautiful." I'm sure his bank account isn't sorry for the song, but it was kind of fun that he was willing to say something like that.

Also yesterday, posted a list of songs that artists should also apologize for. They included "Bad Day" by Daniel Powter, "How You Remind Me" by Nickelback, "Achy Breaky Heart" by Billy Ray Cyrus, "Your Body Is a Wonderland" by John Mayer, and "Seven Nation Army" by The White Stripes. (If you're wondering why a classic like "Seven Nation Army" made their list, it was only because it was adopted by sports fans as a chant.)

We threw the question out to our listeners this morning: "What song do you require an apology for?"

Here are the five most popular answers, and a couple interesting ones that we got...

Nick Minaj "Anaconda"

Nelly featuring Tim McGraw "Over and Over"

Aqua "Barbie Girl"

Pharrell Williams "Happy"

Hanson "MmmBop"

Honorable Mention - OneRepublic "Apologize"

My favorite answer to this question was from someone who said "OneRepublic needs to apologize for 'Apologize.'" I don't agree, but if they were trying to be funny, they succeeded.

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