Carrie's catchy 2010 ditty goes right for the jugular when it comes to telling off the guy who blew it. The "uh-uh-uh-uh-uh-undo it" firmly plants the kiss-off in the ground -- and keeps on grinding.
Earworm Buster: 'I Do (Cherish You),' Mark Wills
It really doesn't matter if you're singing this 1999 Toby classic to a lover who rejected you or to the boss who fired you. This shout-out-the-window song rattles cages -- and keeps rattling on inside your head.
Earworm Buster: 'How Do I Live Without You?,' Trisha Yearwood
Mix Shania's several lines of "fun, fun, fun"s and "oh, oh, oh"s with a booming horn section and you've got a tune, from 1997, that you can't help but dance to, even if the dancing is only in your head.
Earworm Buster: 'If I Were a Boy,' Beyonce
There's probably a song for every day of the week ('Rainy Days and Mondays,' 'Sunday Morning Coming Down'), but this 1992 tune from George Jones is a working man's anthem for the weekend warrior in us all.
Earworm Buster: '9 to 5,' Dolly Parton
Billy Ray's clever (and repetitive) foot-stomper from 1992 has some comical (and repetitive) lyrics. Did we mention it's pretty repetitive? Try as you might, there's no denying this insidious earworm was a big ol' achy breaky monster.
Earworm Buster: 'The Heart Won't Lie,' Reba McEntire & Vince Gill
This 1979 song resides in the memory bank because it tells a story about two legends (Hank Williams Sr. and Jr.) -- and millions of fans -- who "get stoned and sing all night long," whether there's an earworm in the tequila or not.
Earworm Buster: 'Ring of Fire,' Johnny Cash
Taylor proved in this 2009 hit that the way to a guy's heart is through his eardrums. And while young men may be highly suggestible creatures, who would say no to Taylor and her earworm-filled repertoire?
Earworm Buster: 'Unanswered Prayers,' Garth Brooks
"Every hand's a winner and every hand's a loser" in the 1978 song that made a small-screen star out of Kenny Rogers. Do you know anyone who doesn't know every word to this tune?
Earworm Buster: 'Last Dollar (Fly Away),' Tim McGraw
Scientists may one day discover that the "oom-poppa-mow-mow" is the mating call of the elusive earworm. Everybody's heart was on fire in 1981 for the Oak Ridge Boys' 'Elvira,' who had "eyes that looked like heaven, and lips like cherry wine."
Earworm Buster: 'Lucille,' Kenny Rogers