Original Song: The Beatles "Taxman" (1966)


As if he didn't already make his regressive point by worrying the I.R.S. was watching him in a novelty that climbed to No. 2 mainly because Michael Jackson sang the paranoid hook, the Motown one-hit-wonder born Kennedy William Gordy chooses to cover the most famous tax-cut demand out there.

Not exactly a good look when your daddy also happens to be the C.E.O. of your record label—part of the 1% for sure. Not to mention when your idea of R&B singing is talking in a posh faux-British accent. Hard to imagine even Rockwell's half-brother Redfoo of LMFAO getting this crass.