Top 6 Weird Catchy Songs

by Weirdo | Last Updated: March 5, 2021

Music is the soundtrack of our lives. From the joy of riding the open road on the way to your favorite spot to the agony of being stabbed with a pencil by your significant other, there’s at least one album that captures nearly every part of our life perfectly.

Nevertheless, “normal” has apparently gone on break, and we’re not entirely sure when it’s going to come back.


How We Can Count a Song as Weird and Catchy?

In general, we are used to songs related to love, life, politics, and friendship. We tend to listen to songs to boost our mood, share our blue thoughts, or enjoy the rhythm. But some weird songs break this routine and surprise everybody with their catchy, yet difficult to understand lyrics! 

Considering the unusual logic of the lyrics or extraordinary melody, these are the two main things that make a song weird. 

A Few Popular Weird & Catchy Songs

But meanwhile, check out this list of 6 freaky, quirky, genuinely creepy and weird catchy songs that will make you laugh on these odd days.

Bohemian Rhapsody – Queen 

“Bohemian Rhapsody” is the music of the British rock band Queen. It was written by Freddie Mercury for the 1975 album A Night at the Opera.

The album is a six-minute suite, noteworthy for its lack of a chorus of chorus and consists of several sections: an intro, a ballad portion, an operatic passage, a hard rock element and a reflective coda. “Bohemian Rhapsody” is one of the first tracks that originated from the 1970’s experimental rock era to gain global commercial popularity and appeal to mass audiences.

The Bad Touch – Bloodhound Gang 

“The Bad Touch” is a song released by Bloodhound Gang, an American alternative rock band. It was released in 1999 as the lead single of their album Hooray for Boobies, which was released the next year in the United States and the United Kingdom. 

‘The Bad Touch’ was a big success in Europe at the end of 1999 and the beginning of 2000, with the number one in Flanders, Germany, Ireland, Italy, Norway, Scotland, Spain and Sweden, and the top 10 in Austria, Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Switzerland and the United Kingdom. Excluding Europe, it peaked at number five in Australia, number four in New Zealand, number nine in Canada, and number 52 in the United States.

Sweat (A La La La La Long) – Inner Circle

“Sweat (A La La La La Long)” is an album by the Jamaican reggae hybrid group Inner Circle. It was launched in 1992 as the lead single on their debut, Bad to the Bone. The album was a number one hit in Belgium, Germany, the Netherlands, New Zealand, Portugal, Switzerland and Zimbabwe. 

Forget about La La Land and sing “la la la la…” aloud. 

I’ve been following you guys! 

A La La La Long 

Long La La La La La 

Li Long Long Long Long.

Dragostea Din Tei – O-Zone

Dragostea Din Tei” Romanian for “Love from the Lindens”; official English title: “Words of Love”), also informally known as “Maya Hi” and “Numa Numa” is a song by the Moldavian pop band O-Zone, released as the second single from their third studio album, Disco-Zone (2004).

It received favorable reviews from the critics and was shot to the number one spot on the Eurochart Hot 100 Singles, where it stuck for 12 weeks between June and the beginning of September 2004.

It overcame the single charts in France, Germany and Austria by more than three months, reached three in the United Kingdom and scored 72 in the US Pop 100. The album became the fourth best-selling single in France in the 21st century, including 1,17 million units sold.

Some weird & catchy unknown songs

King Missile – “Detachable Penis”

This album is opening up with one heck of an attention grabber. After a few bars of expansive guitar and keyboard riffage, the lyrics begin: “I woke up with a bad hangover this morning, and my penis was gone again…” Wait… what?! EVERYTHING?!

The remainder of the song takes you on the protagonist’s search for his lost member and points out the pros and cons of getting a detachable ding-a-ling. We’re not going to ruin the rest of the album for you, so we’re going to say it has a happy ending.

Cheech and Chong – Earache My Eye

Most of the rock songs are anthems of defiance, but “Earache My Eye” may be the only one to choose to cross-dress. Matching pink tutus, crop tops and booby cups have never rocked harder, and Tommy Chong’s drumsticks are the height of the turkey legs.

Eat It – Weird Al Yankovic

“Weird Al” has been making marvelous parodies of popular songs for decades now. The distinction, though, is that the artist never makes any fun of anybody. He’s only writing fresh, funnier songs to retain the original rhythms, and that’s why they’re so popular with all ages.

Everyone who heard Weird Al had their favorite spoof, but one of his first, most famous hits was the cover of Michael Jackson’s Beat It.