->''"Weeeeell, Kyle's mom's a bitch, she's a big fat bitch, she's the biggest bitch in the whole wide world..."''
-->-- '''Eric Cartman''', ''WesternAnimation/SouthParkBiggerLongerAndUncut'' (though first heard in "Mr. Hankey the Christmas Poo")

This is differentiated from the VillainSong in that it is not sung by the villain, but ''about'' the villain. The Villain Sucks Song basically just describes how the villain is a horrible person in every way, hopefully with lots of witty jabs. This song is sometimes [[MusicalisInterruptus interrupted]] because the villain is RightBehindMe.

Sometimes also becomes a InsultBackfire, because some villains actually find it flattering, especially if they are a CardCarryingVillain.

Note the character this song is aimed at doesn't have to be an irredeemable villain. It can also be sung about a main character who starts off bad, but who is destined to undergo a HeelFaceTurn. Not to be confused with the villain sucking at being a villain, though that might also be the case.

In period pieces, this can overlap with HailToTheThief. If it's sung to the villain, it could count as TheReasonYouSuckSpeech. For the heroic version, see TheHeroSucksSong.



[[folder:Anime and Manga]]
* In the 1974 ''Literature/JackAndTheBeanstalk'' anime there's the song "Tulip!" which is all about Jack insulting the giant named Tulip.
* The dub version of ''Anime/YuGiOh'' had [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hPOLQmqNXso "I'm Not Gonna Panic"]], played during Yugi's duel with Panik.

[[folder:Comic Strips]]
* In ''ComicStrip/ForBetterOrForWorse'', April writes a song called "Germy Wormy Jeremy Jones", about a kid who's been bullying her. It soon becomes a hit with the class until the school principal is forced to step in and ban them from singing it.

[[folder:Fan Works]]
* [[http://youtu.be/jDMGv3hNMes This song]] serves as one to [[WesternAnimation/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagic Discord]], being from the POV of someone caught up in his WorldOfChaos and cursing him.
** [[Recap/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagicS4E7Bats Flutterbat]] gets one in the form of [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0JYKM1loxYo "Upside Down"]] by Music/{{Aviators}}.
* The ''Fanfic/PonyPOVSeries'' has Princess Cadence, being the AnthropomorphicPersonification of Music, ''weaponize'' this during a fight with [[BigBad General Admiral Makarov]], delivering a MagicMusic beatdown with it after [[spoiler:supercharging herself using the bonds of her team.]]

[[folder:Films -- Animated]]
* In the Franchise/DisneyAnimatedCanon:
** Oddly enough, Disney seems to consider "Pink Elephants on Parade" from ''Disney/{{Dumbo}}'' one, having placed it on the ''Simply Sinister Songs'' CD and in ''[[Ride/DisneyThemeParks Hallowishes]]''.
** ''Disney/PeterPan'' had "Never Smile at a Crocodile", which was about Tick Tock the Crocodile. Lyrics were written for it, but only the melody made it into the final film (though the song ended up in a Sing-Along Songs video, however). On the other hand, the sequel has "Here We Go, Another Plan", which starts out praising Captain Hook but ends up mocking him at the last line.
-->''Who else can think of the perfect crime''
-->''And bumble and fumble it every time''
** The Disney adaptation of ''Literature/TheLegendOfSleepyHollow'' features Bing Crosby's dangerously catchy "The Headless Horseman".
** "Cruella De Vil" from ''Disney/OneHundredAndOneDalmatians''. She apparently doesn't like it very much, given hearing it on the radio in ''Patch's London Adventure'' is enough to make her kick her dashboard until it shuts up. Even the [[Film/OneHundredAndOneDalmatians live-action version]] has the song play over the credits, even though there's no in-universe version since Roger got his career changed (again).
** ''Disney/RobinHood'' has "The Phony King of England", written by Johnny Mercer, of all famous songwriters one otherwise wouldn't associate with Disney. The aforementioned king [[RightBehindMe catches Sir Hiss and the Sheriff of Nottingham singing this song]], and chucks a bottle of wine at the latter, just barely missing him -- but covering him with the contents. Upon being told the whole village is singing it, he says they'll be singing a different tune from now on. "Double the taxes! ''Triple'' the taxes! ''SQUEEZE EVERY LAST DROP'' out of those insolent -- musical -- peasants." Lucky he never heard the [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=d71vtSKetUE "Bastard King"]] version, really.
** Played with in ''Disney/TheLittleMermaid'' with "Poor, Unfortunate Souls", the gist of which is Ursula the Sea Witch, as part of her evil plans, trying to convince the heroine that Ursula's [[HeelFaceTurn "Repented, seen the light and made a switch"]]. The con is obvious to everyone ''but'' a naive, sheltered little princess:
-->''And I fortunately know a little magic''\\
''It's a talent that I always have possessed;''\\
''And -- dear lady, please don't laugh --''\\
''I use it on behalf''\\
''Of the miserable, lonely and depressed...'' (aside, to her sidekicks) ''Pathetic!''
** In ''Disney/TheLionKingIISimbasPride'', the song ''Not One of Us'' certainly sounds like this, but [[ReformedButRejected the reality is a lot more complicated]]
** ''Disney/{{Pocahontas}}'' has "Savages", which consists of the English and the Powhatan natives each singing about how evil and uncivilized the other side is.
** ''Disney/TheHunchbackOfNotreDame'' opens with [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qwnh-sxaBwk "Bells of Notre Dame"]], most of which is all about just how evil Frollo is and how he's the real monster of the story. It's one long MoralEventHorizon in song form. So much so that the backing vocals borrow "Kyrie eleison" and "Dies irae" from liturgical music. "Lord have mercy" and "Day of wrath" indeed...
** The second part of "The Gospel Truth" in ''Disney/{{Hercules}}'' was one for Hades, although it was very short.
** Played with in ''Disney/TheEmperorsNewGroove'' with the opening song "Perfect World", which is one of the "protagonist who starts out bad but is destined for a HeelFaceTurn" form. Kuzco himself considers it his own theme song [[IAmGreatSong about how awesome he is]], but if you pay attention to the lyrics, they're more about how Kuzco is a selfish {{Jerkass}} and how much everyone in the kingdom hates him. It gets a brief TriumphantReprise at the end to show Kuzco has TookALevelInKindness.
** A similar very short Villain Sucks Song was written for ''Disney/{{Aladdin}}'' but isn't in the final version. Originally "Arabian Nights", like "The Gospel Truth", had several reprises as different parts of the story were being introduced, and one of them was going to talk about how evil Jafar was.
** A song written for but not used in ''Disney/{{Pinocchio}}'', "Monstro the Whale," is about the title character and his status as the "undersea public enemy."
* Pixar's ''WesternAnimation/{{Brave}}'' has the ''Song of Mordu'', in which the king and his men sing a song about hunting the demon bear and what to do with his remains.
* ''WesternAnimation/BartokTheMagnificent'' opens with [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=e-QbXYJhCWo&feature this.]] It's not so much The Villain "Sucks" Song as a The Villain is "Damn Scary" Song. [[spoiler: And it is not so much a The Villain is "Damn Scary" Song as a subversion, as Baba Yaga turns out to be a red herring and not evil.]]
* In ''WesternAnimation/FernGully'', Batty Koda sings "Batty Rap". While he's not exactly singing about Hexxus, the villain of the movie, he ''is'' singing about humans, who cause a lot of trouble in the movie, and he certainly sees them as villainous after all they've done to him.
* ''WesternAnimation/FantasticMrFox'' has two. One is taken from the book as a nursery rhyme, the other is sung by Petey during a montage of Fox and the other animals committing a mass theft of Boggis, Bunce, and Bean's storerooms. Bean even berates Petey on the second occasion... [[ComicallyMissingThePoint for making it up as he goes along]].
* ''WesternAnimation/BabesInToyland'''s 1997 incarnation has this in Barnaby's VillainSong; the Crooked Candelabra that serves as his backup singers says things that should be taken as insults, but Barnaby just loves being [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ipN8f_o9ggo A Crooked Man]].
* "Kyle's Mom Is A Bitch" from ''WesternAnimation/SouthParkBiggerLongerAndUncut''. Kyle's mom appears [[RightBehindMe directly behind Cartman]], who's singing the song, towards the end -- causing the other children to all gasp in horror. After his grand finale, he looks up to see the children staring at him, and he says, "What?!" He turns around. "[[OhCrap Oh, ]]''[[DiggingYourselfDeeper fuck]].''" He proceeds to get a [[RestrainingBolt chip installed]] in him causing him to get zapped every time he swears.
* "Working So The Count Can Dance" from the 2000 animated film "The Scarecrow" is all about how the villain, Count Grisham, is a slave-driver who runs his orphanage like a sweatshop.
* ''WesternAnimation/SharkTale'' has one regarding Lola.
--> ''"She's dangerous. Superbad. Better watch out or she'll take your cash. She's a GoldDigger."''

[[folder:Films -- Live-Action]]
* ''Film/TheMuppetChristmasCarol'' had one about Scrooge [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KBthi_An5qQ here]].
** Although aimed at the villains as a whole rather than individually, ''Film/MuppetTreasureIsland'' opens with [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RisL9l8HzmM Shiver My Timbers]], which is this trope for the verses but switches to a straight VillainSong for the chorus.
** There is a rare combination of this with a normal VillainSong [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VsiKOJOXMJU "Marley and Marley"]] in death they discovered just how big a {{Heel}}s they were.
* Speaking of ''Literature/AChristmasCarol'', the 1970 [[TheMusical musical]] adaptation, ''Film/{{Scrooge|1970}}'', has one of these about the title character, the snarkily ironic [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Deta_ZOeLgY "Father Christmas"]]. From the same film, [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uiNMz_745vQ&feature=related "Thank You Very Much"]] is about [[AndThereWasMuchRejoicing how happy everyone is]] ''that he's dead''.
** Later, "Thank You Very Much" is sung in earnest in a BrightReprise after Scrooge [[HeelFaceTurn changes his ways]] and cancels everyone's debt to him. None of the lyrics are changed; the song itself is about how the singer is grateful for an unspecified favor, the only change is the favor that caused the song to be sung. The lyrics of the "Father Christmas" reprise, however, change dramatically.
* The ''Film/JamesBond'' series loves these, though it's less "the villain sucks" than "the villain is pretty awesome, but dangerous and evil".
** The title song to ''Film/{{Goldfinger}}''. "He loves only gold; he loves only gold; he loves '''GOOOOOOOOOOOOLD!!!'''" Why yes. [[CaptainObvious Yes he does]].
** Likewise, the innuendo-laden Lulu song for ''Film/TheManWithTheGoldenGun''. "He has a powerful weapon", apparently. "Who will he bang? We shall see..."
** And the lyrics for ''Film/{{Thunderball}}'' are less explicit, but appear to be talking about a man who "looks at the world and wants it all", and "strikes like Thunderball". The whole point of that song was that it could be either about Bond or the villain.
* [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iqzDAQaDQzY "Dr. Evil"]], written for ''Film/AustinPowers'' by Music/TheyMightBeGiants, is a parody of this type of song as used in ''Film/JamesBond'' movies.
** That [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RePIP8ITvHI medley]] about ''Goldmember''. "He's got the Midas touch / but he touched it too much / Hey Goldmember!"
* Somewhat subverted in ''Dudley Do-Right'' when "Bread and Butter" by the Newbeats starts up as the main villain, Snidely Whiplash, walks onto a balcony to greet everyone at a party. Hardly threatening stuff.
** But what if he really ''does'' like bread and butter instead of toast and jelly?
* Subverted in ''Film/TheAssassinationOfJesseJamesByTheCowardRobertFord''. Nick Cave sings the real-life song "The Ballad of Jesse James", which villifies Robert Ford and casts James as a martyr. Ford hears the song and is enraged by the bias as well as his own guilt.
* In Film/SuperMarioBros, Toad is arrested for singing one about Koopa as a street corner protest.
* "Rama's Great" in ''WesternAnimation/SitaSingsTheBlues'' is a [[ReasonYouSuckSpeech song about]] how the ''[[WhatTheHellHero hero]]'' [[HonorBeforeReason sucks]].
* In ''Film/ASeriesOfUnfortunateEvents'', there was a song called "Scream and Runaway" about [[BigBad Count Olaf]] in which Lemony Snicket holds up title cards. It says to avoid him and his villainous troupe and can be viewed[[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=B4G5hzDqeE here]].
* ''Film/PhantomOfTheParadise'' has [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UYFTbzREY7M The Hell of It]] playing right as it segues into the closing credits, making the song a rare posthumous example.
* ''Film/TheReturnOfCaptainInvincible'', a superhero rock opera, includes "Evil Midnight" sung by Alan Arkin and Christopher Lee. It's a duet between hero and villain that manages to be both a Villain Sucks Song and a VillainSong at the same time.
** "Believe me that no mother ever cried for Midnight..."
* The Russian film adaptation of ''Literature/PeterPan'' has a song named ''"Not counting James Hook"'' which is sung by pirates. Each pirate relays how he is the most brutal, greedy, filthy, etc. pirate in the world - [[TitleDrop "not counting James Hook"]] who is always worse.
* ''Film/MiamiConnection'': the film opens with the ninja villains stealing a shipment of cocaine, then introduces the heroes singing "Against the Ninja," a song about the evil ninjas, which is strange considering that the heroes have not met the ninjas yet and know nothing about them.

* "The Rains of Castamere" from ''Literature/ASongOfIceAndFire'' is about the last lord of house Reyne (whose seat was the castle of Castamere), who rebelled against House Lannister, and what Tywin Lannister [[KillEmAll did to him and his house in response]]. Tywin, needless to say, is fond of the song. He even gets a practical use out of it; when other lords loyal to House Lannister have considered acts of rebellion and such, Tywin has responded by sending a musician to sing "The Rains of Castamere" to those lords. Their capitulation was ''quite'' swift.
* In the ''Literature/LeftBehind'' book series, Buck Williams twists Nicolae Carpathia's self-indulging national anthem "Hail Carpathia" into "Fail Carpathia" and has his wife Chloe sing it.
* Once per year, the boys in ''Literature/{{Krabat}}'' are allowed to make fun of the miller (their evil master), and do this.
* [=MuggleNet=], a ''Franchise/HarryPotter'' fansite, has several song parodies that fall under this category, including "You're A Mean One, Voldemort", sung to the tune of [[WesternAnimation/HowTheGrinchStoleChristmas "You're A Mean One, Mr. Grinch"]] and "Dolores Umbridge", which is set to the tune of [[Disney/OneHundredAndOneDalmatians "Cruella De Vil".]]
** In ''Deathly Hallows'', Peeves sings a brief one after [[spoiler:Voldemort's death.]]
* While they're {{Hate Sink}}s rather than outright villains, the four bratty kids are on the receiving end of this trope as each meets their comeuppance in ''Literature/CharlieAndTheChocolateFactory'', courtesy of the Oompa-Loompas singing a song about their vices. This is carried over to the many adaptations, albeit with different songs depending on the version. (The [[Film/CharlieAndTheChocolateFactory 2005 film]] keeps the closest to the book's lyrics, despite adapting each into a different musical style.)

[[folder:Live-Action TV]]
* ''Series/ArrestedDevelopment'': In the episode "Altar Egos", the show-within-a-show musical ''The Trial of Captain Hook'':
-->You're a crook, Captain Hook!\\
Judge, won't you throw the book\\
At the pirate?
* Some of the different sets of lyrics that have accompanied the ''Series/{{Blackadder}}'' theme tune over the years could be said to fall into this category (the first and the second season specifically). Particularly those from the first series, which claim "he's very bad indeed", and berate him as "you horrid little man".
** The second season actually has different lyrics in each episode, relevant to the episode (and, on at least one occasion, taking time off from berating Blackadder to poke fun at Lord Melchett instead). The second one is doubly funny because Blackadder ends up fighting and chasing the Bard who sings it.
** The third and fourth seasons (in the fourth one the latest Edmund Blackadder is less of an outright VillainProtagonist) do without the lyrics altogether and subvert it. ''Blackadder's Christmas Carol'' opens with a version about how ''nice'' Ebeneezer Blackadder is, and the triumphant ending theme of ''Blackadder Back and Forth'' seems quite positive about [[spoiler: Blackadder becoming king and possibly going on to rule the world]].
* "Well, she glides around the globe and she'll flimflam every nation, she's a double-dealing diva with a taste for thievery! Her itinerary's loaded up with moving violations, tell me ''Series/WhereInTheWorldIsCarmenSandiego''" Though this may be more of a The Villain Is Awesome song...
* Tori from ''Series/{{Victorious}}'' uses one of these to give [[ManipulativeBastard Ryder Daniels]] a HumiliationConga. She and her friends write "Begging On Your Knees", which details Rynder's way of using girls' love for him to manipulate them and explain how she (and his ex-girlfriends) will have revenge on him. She then sings it in front of the school while her friends force him to remain on stage and take his punishment like a man. While it doesn't mention Ryder by name, in the context it's used, it works as one of these.
* The main cast of ''Series/{{Glee}}'' does one of these in the episode "Original Song", called "Loser Like Me" which is an anthem to the underdogs of the school. It's a CrowningMomentOfAwesome because Sue, who has taken every step imaginable to keep New Directions from succeeding in any way, shape, or form, is in the audience and her face slowly goes from just watching the song to looking like "Wait a minute..." It's a gigantic "Screw you!" for all she's put them through over the course of the show.
** Season 3 antagonist Sebastian Smythe gets one of these - within minutes of his first appearance! Played with in that the song being sung in this case - "A Boy Like That" from West Side Story - wasn't sung with him in mind for any of the Glee club members in-universe. The school happened to have West Side Story as their musical that year, and the song cuts between Santana singing this song as Anita and Sebastian's conversation with Blaine, providing a a sort of musical exposition for the audience to show just [[ObviouslyEvil what kind]] [[FauxAffablyEvil of guy]] [[SmugSmiler we can]] [[SmugSnake expect him]] [[DepravedHomosexual to turn]] [[BitchInSheepsClothing out to]] [[StalkerWithACrush be]].
* ''Series/BetweenTheLions'' has a musical animated sketch about a villainous character called Silent E who makes vowels say their names, resulting in some words having a silent E at the end. What's worse, though, is that not long after he is carted off to jail, [[KarmaHoudini he escapes turning either a cop's pin or cap into a pine or cape respectively and sets out to make more vowels say their names.]]
-->'''Policeman''': [[{{Determinator}} Well, Silent E, you may have slipped out of my grasp this time, but mark my words: I'll get you YET!]]
* In ''Series/AlloAllo'', Colonel Von Strohm's and Captain Geering are captured by The Resistance and [[ItMakesSenseInContext forced to pretend]] to be British [=POWs=] during an inspection. Face to face with General Von Klinkerhoffen (who knows them quite well), they attempt to bolster their [[PaperThinDisguise paper thin disguises]]; Von Strohm affects faux English mannerisms, while Geering resorts to singing, "Hitler has only got one.."
* ''Series/ShiningTimeStation'' has [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ueyxMQ_KT9k "Bad Guy" from the episode "Bully For Mr. Conductor"]].
* ''Series/TheMrPotatoHeadShow'': Queenie begins singing one about [[TyrantTakesTheHelm Bully-boy McPherson]] in his episode, and as he realizes that it's not meant to be flattering, his smile fades, and he cuts her off.
* On season 4 of ''Series/{{Glee}}'', [[AlphaBitch Santana]] performed Paula Abdul's Cold Hearted Snake at sketchy [[HighClassCallGirl Brody]] as TheReasonYouSuckSpeech.

* Music/JimCroce was fond of these. See "Bad, Bad Leroy Brown", "Ma Baker", and "You Don't Mess Around With Jim."
** "Leroy Brown" is actually a Double Subversion: it starts out claiming what a badass Leroy is, but ends with his humiliation [[spoiler: or, possibly, death]].
** As does "Don't Mess Around with Jim". Fortunately for the song's rhyme scheme, the "protagonist" Willie [=McCoy=] is nicknamed ''Slim''.
* Boney M was just as fond of them and added a peppy disco beat to describing [[UsefulNotes/RasputinTheMadMonk Rasputin's}]] lecherous life, manipulation of the royal family, and RasputinianDeath as well as describing Ma Barker's life as a criminal ringleader with her sons as henchmen.
* "Mean Mr. Mustard" by Music/TheBeatles. [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin It's about a mean old man... named Mr. Mustard]].
* Ludo's "Love Me Dead", about a FemmeFatale:
-->"Love me cancerously\\
Like a salt-sore soaked in the sea\\
High-maintenance means\\
You're a gluttonous queen\\
Narcissistic and mean ..."
* Arlo Guthrie does this to UsefulNotes/RichardNixon in the "Presidential Rag." The ''kindest'' thing he can find to say about the man is that he was clueless ... maybe:
---> You said that you were lied to, well that ain't hard to see,
---> Guess you must have been fooled again by your friends across the sea,
---> Or maybe you were fooled again by your people here at home,
---> 'Cause nobody could talk like you and know what's going on.
* Music/StephenLynch has [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kPPaKFJukDA "Little Tiny Moustache"]], which is this towards a neo-Nazi girl the narrator was involved with.
* Music/{{Sabaton}}'s [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RdAzXbGE2Xk "In The Name Of God"]] is this with regards to religious terrorists, calling them out as cowards:
---> Suicidal, in a trance, a religious army
---> Fight without a uniform and hide in a crowd!
---> Call it holy, call it just, authorized by Heaven
---> Leave your wounded as they die and call it God's will!
* "Robber Baron" by Music/{{Voltaire}}
* "Der Fuehrer's Face" by Oliver Wallace, as popularized by Music/SpikeJones and [[Disney/DerFuehrersFace Donald Duck]]. The song is one massive TakeThat to UsefulNotes/AdolfHitler, with lyrics that mock [[ThoseWackyNazis Nazi ideology]] and music that lampoons German drinking songs, featuring a [[BlowingARaspberry raspberry]] making a rude noise after each "heil!"
* Music/CliffRichard's [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=px7ilisAGj0 "Devil Woman"]] which is told from the point of a view of a man jinxed from an encounter with a stray cat with evil eyes, and his discovery that the psychic medium (a [[HotGypsyWoman Gypsy woman]]) whose help he sought to break the curse was the one responsible for the curse in the first place.
---> She's just a devil woman
---> With evil on her mind!
---> Beware the devil woman!
---> She's gonna get you from behind!
* "Mr. Blackwell" from the Music/{{Kiss}} album ''Music/MusicFromTheElder''.
* Music/GratefulDead jump on the bandwagon with [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uW6IFpsNXb4 "Dupree's Diamond Blues"]], where the eponymous Dupree murders a jewelry shopkeeper for a ring, so he can get his girl's [[UnusualEuphemism "jelly"]]. Gets a death sentence/life imprisonment from a judge [[spoiler: who also steals Dupree's girlfriend]].
---> Many a man's done a terrible thing
---> Just to get baby a shiny diamond ring
* Music/DoryPrevin's "Beware of Young Girls" is a scathing attack on Creator/MiaFarrow, who stole Previn's husband.
* [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ei5u7G8oMlg Electric Light Orchestra's "Evil Woman"]].
* "Powdered Milk Man!" by ''Music/TheAquabats''
-->Oh no, it's the Powdered Milk Man!\\
Oh no, from the powdered milk can!\\
This super-villain comes a-creepin'\\
When you're sleepin'\\
And must be stopped any way we can!
* "Wintersmith" on Music/SteeleyeSpan's ConceptAlbum ''Wintersmith'', based on the ''Literature/{{Discworld}}'' novel ''Discworld/{{Wintersmith}}''. [[CaptainObvious It's about the Wintersmith]].
* Music/HallAndOates gave us a "Maneater" ("the beauty is there but a beast is in the heart").
* Music/TomWaits gave us the song "Way Down In The Hole" on his album ''Music/FranksWildYears'' ("ya gotta keep the devil way down in the hole"). You might also know it as the theme song for ''Series/TheWire''.

[[folder:Professional Wrestling]]
* Zig-Zagged with Wrestling/KurtAngle's WWE song with the [[CrowdSong crowd going]] You Suck!! (Thanks to Wrestling/{{Edge}})
** This became commonplace and was done by the fans even when Angle turned ''Face'', and Angle himself in-universe actually came to feel that it was not only a ''compliment'' that the fans got into the act with the song, he more than once ''encouraged'' them to do it, including having the song play as part of a promo and exhorting the crowd to sing it at the top of their lungs! He even used it as part of a badass boast:
--> "You wanna know what the difference is between me and you? I ''earned'' those 'You Suck's!"
* Wrestling/JohnCena definitely treated Madison Square Garden to one of these at ''Wrestling/{{WrestleMania}} XX'' when he ridiculed Big Show with some hip-hop rhymes before their U.S. Championship match. The rap even explicitly ended with "Big Show sucks!" - which the crowd then echoed back in unison.
** Despite Cena himself being a face for most of his career, his overexposure caused many to get sick of him (putting him basically on the same level as a heel to them), and caused them to sing "John Cena Sucks!" to the tune of his theme whenever he came out. Cena himself embraced the chants, and even taught the audience on Conan O'Brien's show to sing "John Cena Sucks!" when he was a guest there. Recently, the chants have died down considerably, mainly because Wrestling/RomanReigns is now in the position of overexposure that Cena once was in and the crowds have come to appreciate Cena's talent over Reigns.
* Triple H and Shawn Michaels managed to turn the otherwise pretty neutral song "Stand Back" (performed by Vince [=McMahon=] at the 1987 Slammy Awards) into a song of this type in their uproarious parody of Vince and his son Shane on an episode of ''Monday Night Raw'' in 2006.
* From Mr. Chainsaw Productions Wrestling: "[[Wrestling/MickFoley We]] are the champions! [[Wrestling/SethRollins WE]] are the champions. No time for Wrestling/{{J|immy Jacobs}}acobs, cause we are the champions, of the world."
* Former [[Wrestling/TheNexus Nexus and Corre]] member Wrestling/HeathSlater was given a fan-made song of this sort. [[http://shiningwizado.bandcamp.com/track/i-hate-you-heath-slater I HATE YOU HEATH SLATER!]]
* Wrestling/BookerT sings one about Wrestling/CodyRhodes based off of ''WesternAnimation/RudolphTheRedNosedReindeer'' on the December 23, 2011 episode of ''[[Wrestling/{{WWESmackDown}} WWE [=SmackDown!=]]]''.

* While "Master of the House" from ''Theatre/LesMiserables'' starts off as a typical Villain Song for Thenardier, it fits neatly into this trope as soon as his wife starts singing.
* While well-known as a freestanding pop favorite, the song "Mack the Knife" is actually a Villain Sucks Song (or an AntiHero Sucks Song) from the Creator/BertoltBrecht and Kurt Weill's ''Theatre/TheThreepennyOpera''.
* The middle portion of "You Did It" from ''Theatre/MyFairLady'' ("Karparthy? That dreadful Hungarian? Was he there?"). Higgins gets two directed at him from Eliza in "Just You Wait" and "Without You."
* "Macavity: The Mystery Cat" in the musical ''Theatre/{{Cats}}''.
* "The Stuff" from ''Theatre/ReeferMadness''.
* There's an anti-Captain Hook song in certain versions of ''Franchise/PeterPan''.
* "The Ballad of Sweeney Todd", from ''Theatre/SweeneyToddTheDemonBarberOfFleetStreet'':
-->"Attend the tale of Sweeney Todd! His skin was pale and his eye was odd. He shaved the faces of gentlemen who never thereafter were heard of again... Sweeney was smooth, Sweeney was subtle. Sweeney would blink and rats would scuttle..."\\
"And what if none of their souls were saved? They went to their maker impeccably shaved...'\\
"No one can help - nothing can hide you - [[TheFourthWallWillNotProtectYou isn't that Sweeney there beside you?!]]"
* In ''Theatre/{{Titanic}}'', the song "The Blame" consists of Captain Smith, builder Thomas Andrews, and owner J. Bruce Ismay each singing about how one or both of the others is responsible for the ship's sinking. No matter who you think is responsible, this song explains why he sucks.
* "He Did It" from ''Series/{{Curtains}}'' has three groups of people singing about how the villain(s) suck(s). Each group thinks the villain(s) is/are somebody different.
* While not "villains" per se (they don't actually ever appear), the male portion of "Six Months Out of Every Year" from ''Theatre/DamnYankees'' probably qualifies for its abuse of the title team.
* "Pore Jud is Daid" in ''Theatre/{{Oklahoma}}'' amounts to Curly making a bunch of thinly-veiled jabs at Jud. Interesting example because it's a duet sung ''with'' the villain [[ComicallyMissingThePoint who doesn't catch the insults]].
** ''And'' it's a parody of NeverSpeakIllOfTheDead, because Curly is singing about how much everyone would like Jud if only he would kill himself.
** ''And'' it's really really creepy because Curly is trying to [[DrivenToSuicide drive Jud to suicide]].
** Or (less creepily) Curly's trying to [[ReversePsychology get Jud to lighten up and laugh at his own gloominess]]. Some residual creepiness, in that [[ThePollyanna Curly's a trifle optimistic for a grown man]] about Jud actually having a sense of humor...but then, Curly IS the guy who sang "Oh, What a Beautiful Morning!"
--> '''Jud''': Pore Jud is daid, pore Jud Fry is daid, he's layin' in a coffin made of wood...
--> '''Curly''': Wood...
--> '''Jud''': An' folks is feelin' sad, cuz they useter treat him bad, an' now they know their friend is gone fer good.
--> '''Curly''': Good.
* "No One Mourns the Wicked", the beginning of "Thank Goodness", and "March of the Witch Hunters" from ''Theatre/{{Wicked}}'' are subversions of this trope, as they describe how horrible the ''protagonist'' is, but are composed of perversions/exaggerations of the truth and outright lies.
** Elphaba is arguably a VillainProtagonist though
* ''Theatre/MerrilyWeRollAlong'' has "Franklin Shepard Inc", where a lyricist talks about how he works with the composer. He goes on to rail against said composer's money-grubbing and selling out.
* The opera ''Regina'' has the Rain Quartet in act III, in which Horace compares the nourishing rain to the people who "eat all the earth." In the end, Alexandra sings a DarkReprise, making it more blatant that it refers to the operas VillainProtagonist.
* Team Rocket in ''Theatre/PokemonLive'' combine a more literal version of this with VillainSong in ''The Best At Being The Worst''. "The Hindenburgs of crime" indeed.
* "Merry Christmas Maggie Thatcher" from ''Theatre/BillyElliot: The Musical''. While she does not herself appear, Margaret Thatcher is the nearest thing to a BigBad in Billy Elliot.
-->Merry Christmas, Maggie Thatcher, may God's love be with you.\\
We all sing together in one breath:\\
Merry Christmas, Maggie Thatcher, we all celebrate today\\
Cos it's one day closer to your death.
* Brett's friends mercilessly tear into Lucy in ''Theatre/{{Thirteen}}'''s "Bad Bad News". Does she deserve it? Eh, subjective...
* ''Theatre/{{Assassins}}'': None of the ballads the Balladeer sings about the assassins are particularly flattering, but "The Ballad of Booth" and John Wilkes Booth is especially biting.

[[folder:Video Games]]
* "Lord Laharl's Hymn" from ''VideoGame/{{Disgaea|HourOfDarkness}}''. The general declarations of his awfulness are badges of honor to the CardCarryingVillain overlord rather than insults, however.
** Same with the "Etna Boogie", which plays it a little more straight. A little.
** ''VideoGame/{{Disgaea 3|AbsenceOfJustice}}'' gives us "Onwards Mao" which describes the main character as a MadScientist.
* The frighteningly catchy song for villain Nuclear Winter in ''VideoGame/FreedomForce''
** Nuuucleaaar Wiiinnteeerrr... aaaaAAAAaaa... Turn you land into SNOOOWW!!! He will kill you all for the motherland... aaaAAAAaaa...
* ''VideoGame/TheClueFinders 3rd Grade Adventures'' had an unnamed song unofficially titled "The Monkey Song or Do You Believe In Monsters," focusing primarily on how evil Mathra (yes, really) is. [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=M3L0SRTGG8o Skip to 5:15, though the rest of the show is somewhat amusing as well...]]
* Intercontinental Music Lab made one of these for [[SonicTheHedgehog Dr Robotnik]], [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin fittingly titled]] [[http://www.intercontinentalmusiclab.com/music/superheroes-of-science/dr-robotnik/ ''Dr Robotnik'']].
* The theme song for ''WesternAnimation/AdventureTime: Hey Ice King, Why'd You Steal Our Garbage?'' consists of insults against the Ice King (he's "a jerk", "crazy" and a "turbo-nerd"), and has Finn and Jake swear to hunt him down for, well, [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin stealing their garbage.]]
* In ''VideoGame/SonicHeroes'', the song "What I'm Made Of", which is usually seen as [[RobotMe Metal Sonic's]] VillainSong, can also be interpreted as Sonic's BadassBoast to Metal, daring him to come and copy his power and see how it's gonna end up for him.

[[folder:Web Original]]
* Music/BadLipReading's [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BKjn2_Ina5o "Beard With Glue"]] (based off "You're Beautiful" by James Blunt) is what happens when you cross this trope with WordSaladLyrics. It's unclear who the song is about, but the singer and the bullfrog bolth hate them and they have a habit of [[KickTheDog sneaking off to punch Brazilian orphans.]]
* In the Civilization V playthrough on WebVideo/SteamTrain, during a speedup, Danny, [[http://www.youtube.com/user/RubberRoss/videos Ross]], and Arin sing one about Augustus Caesar, and repeatably mistake him for [[IAmNotShazam Julius Caesar]].
* [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5X2yrJsDmvM This song]] is written to condemn griefers on ''VideoGame/{{Minecraft}}''.
* ''WebVideo/DragonBallZAbridged'' has [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=j6bF9kKDO9c Popo the Genie]], though it's less mockery and more abject fear.
* The song that plays during [[spoiler: Raven and Cinder's]] fight in ''WebAnimation/{{RWBY}}'', titled "All Things Must Die" is basically [[spoiler: one big ReasonYouSuckSpeech towards Cinder, pointing out how her time is up and how no one will miss her after she dies. Which, of course, she seemingly does after the Raven finishes her via a electric FacepalmOfDoom that sends her into a BottomlessPit, [[MakeSureHesDead freezing her solid on the way down for good measure.]]]]

[[folder:Western Animation]]
* "Kyle's Mom Is A Bitch" from the ''WesternAnimation/SouthPark'' episode Mr. Hankey the Christmas Poo. Taken [[UpToEleven up to eleven]] when it was re-used in the movie (mentioned above).
** The episode "Asspen" has the song "Stan Darsh", a rare example of TheHeroSucksSong.
* [[TropeCodifier "You're a Mean One, Mr. Grinch"]] from ''WesternAnimation/HowTheGrinchStoleChristmas''.
** Though it should be noted that pretty much every insult in the song is something that the Grinch [[InsultBackfire would take as a compliment]].
** Which is reinforced in the Jim Carrey version, where he makes it a full-fledged VillainSong by singing it himself. As a balance, the soundtrack had a whole new version rapped by Music/BustaRhymes.
** Copied and parodied in ''Series/JustShootMe'', except it's Mr. ''Finch''.
** The song is also parodied in ''WesternAnimation/{{Freakazoid}}'' in the form of "You're a Mean One, Nasty Lobe", a Villain Sucks sung by the narrator about the Lobe while he freely commits various crimes and atrocities.
*** Also from Freakazoid, "Where, did he go / That Invisibo / He's a power-hungry crook / with a Scepter full of [[PsychoElectro juice]]".
** ''Webcomic/BrawlInTheFamily'' did this, as well as the actual story. ''♪You're a penguin, Dedede...♫''
** Website/CollegeHumor did a [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=i9-5DJhBh6M version]] about Creator/DonaldTrump.
* "Icky Vicky" and "Vicky-Free Summer" from ''WesternAnimation/TheFairlyOddParents''.
** [[ComicallyMissingThePoint But I thought it]] [[StatusQuoIsGod was about pumpkins]]?
* "Who's Afraid of the Big Bad Wolf?" from Disney's ''The Three Little Pigs''.
* "Mortimer, Mortimer, Mortimer Mouse" in ''WesternAnimation/HouseOfMouse'' -- was originally a song penned by Mortimer to sing his own praises, but Daisy, Clarabelle and Minnie reworked the lyrics because as they were, the audience was not buying it.
* Technically, the [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MmJM8Ur5sE8 torch song]] Harley Quinn sings in ''WesternAnimation/BatmanTheAnimatedSeries'' is a TheVillainSucksSong, but because of the nature of her relationship with the Joker, it's also a twisted love song.
* The "Mob Song" ("Kill the Beast!, Kill the Beast!") sounds like one of these but is sung about [[Disney/BeautyAndTheBeast the film's]] hero. When you take into account that the song that is actually sung about the villain (predominantly sung by Le Fou) is how ''[[VillainWithGoodPublicity great]]'' Gaston is ("Gaston"), then these are arguable inversions.
* Another parody of the Bond Villain song: [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9QEsjd1WZuY "Scorpio"]] in ''WesternAnimation/TheSimpsons'' episode "You Only Move Twice". Also Music/TitoPuente's slanderous mambo [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=N9Z4Hl_GqWE "Senor Burns"]] in the 7th season premiere.
** Homer singing a self-praising version of "You're a Mean One, Mr. Grinch" as he steals Springfield's Christmas presents (in an attempt to make them see the real meaning of the holiday beyond commercialism).
*** He also writes [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aEcQLxYb_5g&NR=1 one about Flanders]]...but only Homer would see Flanders as the villain, since he's the most kind, decent person in town.
* [[http://au.youtube.com/watch?v=tCL4hPiMtdA&feature=related Kootie Pie Rap!]] [[WesternAnimation/SuperMarioWorld from Super Mario World]]
* On the "old west" episode of ''WesternAnimation/SpongebobSquarepants'', [=SpongeBuck=]'s idiot friend leads everyone in town in a little EarWorm about how horrible Dead Eye Plankton is. [[InsultBackfire Dead Eye approves]].
* Not strictly an animation, but a record called "Mousercise" had a tune about [[WesternAnimation/DuckTales The Beagle Boys]] about how they could never get Uncle Scrooge's money, but they kept on trying anyway.
* ''WesternAnimation/HomeMovies'' has a quite literal example ad-libbed from Walter and Perry. "We hate Fenton, Fenton sucks. We hate Fenton, Fenton so much..."
* "This Cat Is Coming After You" from the ''WesternAnimation/AtomicBetty'' album, though the singer tends to praise Maximus rather than denounce him.
* "Heffalumps and Woozles" from ''[[Disney/TheManyAdventuresOfWinnieThePooh Winnie the Pooh and the Blustery Day]]''.
** ''The Backson Song'' from the [[Disney/WinnieThePooh 2011 movie]].
* An inversion, inasmuch as it is the ''Villain'' saying the ''Hero'' sucks in this variant, comes from the MusicalEpisode of ''WesternAnimation/BatmanTheBraveAndTheBold''; the villains (and some of the heroes) sing a song called "[[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yHY9USNC_Fk Drives Us Bats]]", venting their frustration about how Batman is always showing them up.
* In ''WesternAnimation/ThomasTheTankEngine'', one group of villains does this to another villain. When [[SmugSnake Diesel]] attempts to pull old, worn trucks, and badly fails, all the trucks in the yard start singing a little ditty called "Pop Goes the Diesel", which infuriates him.
* The opening theme to WesternAnimation/AngelaAnaconda becomes one right at the end ("Shoo-bee-doo-bee-doo-wah-wah/My name is Angela, and you are not/Nanette Manoir is a stuck-up jerkface snot!")
* The theme song for ''WesternAnimation/PinkyAndTheBrain'' could be considered one, although they are really [[VillainProtagonist villain protagonists.]]
* ''WesternAnimation/TotalDrama World Tour'' had several:
** [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lHjoaAhxMak "Her Real Name Isn't Blaineley"]], about [[SmallNameBigEgo Blaineley]] ("Here's an open letter to a treasure of a girl, whose behavior on the show always makes me hurl...")
** [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rKzTVc1N9AA "Sisters"]], about [[VillainSue Alejandro]] ("You think you got me good, okay, maybe you did [...] Sisters, come together now and take him down!")
** [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GiN7siRZ7Rk&feature=related "Boyfriend Kisser"]], about [[PerkyGoth Gwen]] ("Boyfriend kisser, I thought she was my friend, but now it's time to dis her...") A borderline example, as her actions fall more under WhatTheHellHero? than real villainy.
** [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Yi5U9REm4AI "Versus"]] is an interesting example, as it's primarily [[EvilVsEvil two villains]] ([[AlphaBitch Heather]] and [[VillainSue Alejandro]]) singing about each other. This makes it both a VillainSong (as it is song by villains) and a TheVillainSucksSong at the same time.
* "Bad influence" from ''Westernanimation/{{Jem}}'' is an odd one, seeing as the Holograms (minus Kimber) and the Misfits (minus Stormer) sing it ''as a duet'', the latter band using it as a TheHeroSucksSong. (ItMakesSenseInContext here, as both bands were trying to convince their defecting bandmate that it wasn't a good idea to hang out with the other. And neither was convinced.
* ''WesternAnimation/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagic''
** In the episode "Bridle Gossip", [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UVipLfHLi94 Pinkie Pie comes up with]] [[EarWorm a short but catchy one]] about Zecora, though without any actual evidence that she's really evil or does any of the things sung about. It's later {{Deconstructed|Trope}} after the Mane Six meet Zecora for the first time.
** A more full-blown example in canon is Season 3 Episode 4 "One Bad Apple"; [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fO1nM09HRsM "Bad Seed"]] details Apple Bloom's cousin [[{{PunnyName}} Babs Seed's]] intent to make the Cutie Mark Crusaders' lives miserable. This is also {{Deconstructed|Trope}} when it's discovered why Babs has been bullying the Crusaders. [[spoiler:[[FreudianExcuse She was also a bullying victim in her hometown of Manehattan]].]]
* ''WesternAnimation/FamilyGuy'' has numerous examples, but one of the best was "The Fellas at the Freakin' FCC".
-->So they sent this little warning they're prepared to do the worst\\
And they stuck it in your mailbox hoping you could be coerced\\
I can think of quite another place they should have stuck it first!\\
They may just be neurotic\\
Or possibly psychotic\\
They're the fellas at the freakin FCC!
** [[ActuallyPrettyFunny In real life, when screening the episode for the censors, the FCC enjoyed the song and even applauded.]]
* In the ''WesternAnimation/SpongeBobSquarePants'' episode "Dunces and Dragons", Squidly, the royal fool, sings a song to King Krabs to make up for making a bad joke ([=SpongeBob=] and Patrick had joined along the singing), but the song was insulting that King Krabs had ordered Squidly, [=SpongeBob=], and Patrick to be executed.
-->Oh, hear me king, for I must sing,\\
how you are the greatest at everything,\\
like letting a dragon burn down our city,\\
a horrible sight that wasn't pretty,\\
'twas all your fault and 'tis a pity.\\
You were bad, you are to blame,\\
now hang your kingly head in shame,\\
la, la, la, la, la, la, la, la, la, la, la, la, la, la, la, la.\\
The king is bad, the king's to blame,\\
he hangs his kingly head in shame,\\
la, la, la, la, la, la, la, la, la, la, la, la, la, la, la, la!
* ''WesternAnimation/{{Madeline}} and the Bad Hat'' has an infectiously simple song about the girls' new neighbors' bratty son, Pepito. Once Pepito pulls a HeelFaceTurn, he and the girls sing a version describing how he ''used to'' suck.
* WesternAnimation/RugratsGoWild has "Big Bad Cat" which is a cross between this and a VillainSong. It's the former from Spike's point of view, while Siri the Clouded Leopard's part makes it the latter.
* In the Slappy Squirrel ''WesternAnimation/{{Animaniacs}}'' short "Frontier Slappy", Daniel Boone's backup singers start by singing his praises, but eventually it devolves into one of these kinds of songs, after he crosses the MoralEventHorizon. After taking offense, he fires them.
--> "Daniel Boone is a great big jerk, yes a stupid jerk!/ He had another stupid plan that likely wouldn't work!"
* The ''WesternAnimation/OverTheGardenWall'' episode "[[Recap/OverTheGardenWallChapter4SongsOfTheDarkLantern Songs of the Dark Lantern]]" has [[HisNameReallyIsBarkeep the Tavern-Keeper]] sing [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tX4k9b1JLlk a creepy little song]] explaining [[BigBad the Beast]]'s modus operandi.
-->''"[[DespairEventHorizon For once your will begins to spoil]],\\
[[BalefulPolymorph He'll turn you to a tree of oil]],\\
[[YourSoulIsMine And use you in his Lantern for to burn]]!"''
* From ''{{WesternAnimation/Futurama}},'' "Robot Hell" could be seen as the Robot Devil's VillainSong, except it's mostly about listing all of [[TokenEvilTeammate Bender]]'s sins and why he deserves to be punished for them. (''"Fencing diamonds, fixing cockfights,/Publishing indecent magazines/You'll pay for every crime, knee-deep in electric slime..."'')
* In ''WesternAnimation/ToadPatrol'', Earth Star improvises a particularly scathing one about Orpheus, sung ''to'' Orpheus in one of the most memorable moments of the series.
* When Dr. Eggman is found out not to have his doctorate in the ''WesternAnimation/SonicBoom'' episode "Mister Eggman", the entire village [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=10ZoRNLfwos sings]] about how they no longer fear him and give him the new nickname "Mr. Eggman". Which Eggman just misses.
-->'''Eggman''': Why do you all look like you just finished a musical number?
* ''WesternAnimation/BikerMiceFromMars'' had an album by Jeff Scott Soto that featured three songs dedicated to describing how nasty one of the villains from the cartoon was.
** "Rockin' in the Pit", which was about the Pit Boss and his tendency to kidnap and enslave people from the surface.
** "Look out Below", which was about the main antagonist Lawrence Limburger.
** "Tunnel Rat", which was about the villain of the same name.