10 Songs That Need To Be Retired From TV

On Monday, we rounded up the best overlooked musical moments on TV. Those moments were special due to the fact that those scenes utilized songs that are not featured on every TV show. The tracks used were a breath of fresh air compared to the songs on this list. We’ve heard “Breathe Me,” “How To Save A Life” and “Open Your Eyes” on everything from Grey’s Anatomy to The Sopranos. And now they need to be put to rest. Say goodbye to the ten songs that need to be retired from TV.

1. “Breathe Me” by Sia
Heard On: Bionic Woman, Fallen, The Hills, Holby City, Hollyoaks, Luther, Misfits, The Oprah Winfrey Show, Saving Hope, The Secret Diary of a Call Girl, Six Feet Under and Veronica Mars

The song was made iconic by the series finale of Six Feet Under. But that didn’t stop it from being heard on everything since then. It had a big run in the mid-2000s. While the song is great, it’s exhausting for the amount of tears it sucks out of you.
2. “Don’t Stop Believin'” by Journey
Heard On: Family Guy, Glee, Gravity Falls, The Hills, Scrubs, Shrek The Halls, The Sopranos and Soul Food

The song has been around forever but it was the combination of Glee and The Sopranos that really did it in. Both shows took a different approach to the same song to make it their own. But now the nostalgia factor has worn off. Shows after these better stay away from it.
3. “Fix You” by Coldplay
Heard On: Brothers & Sisters, Cold Case, Extras, Glee, The Newsroom, The O.C., So You Think You Can Dance and Without a Trace

Without a doubt, The Newsroom sent this song to its grave. Playing it beginning to end over the breaking news of the shooting of Gabby Giffords was too much. Goodbye.
4. “Hallelujah” by Leonard Cohen/Jeff Buckley
Heard On:  Cold Case, Criminal Minds, Crossing Jordan, Dirt, ER, House, The O.C., Scrubs, Third Watch, Ugly Betty, The West Wing and Without a Trace

The season’s drawing to a close, something dramatic is about to happen and the show needs the perfect song to capture that moment. It’s not “Hallelujah.” It’s been done before. Way too many times.

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