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By Samantha Grossman
January 28, 2015

A few weeks ago, we shared a video that showed how formulaic modern country music can be. Now, we’d like to share a video showing that pop and indie music can be just as unimaginative.

It’s a supercut of around 60 songs that all use the words “whoa oh oh” in the chorus. You don’t realize just how common these lyrics (or really, these non-lyrics) are until you hear the songs one after the other. Theses indie and pop tunes are all from 2006 to present, according to the video’s creator, who first shared it on Reddit.

Here’s a Spotify playlist that includes all the songs:

Because as unimaginative as a lot of these songs are, they’re really just so catchy. Enjoy.

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