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'Hey, Soul Sister' a tad overused in TV spots

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If you hate the song "Hey, Soul Sister," by Train, it's probably because you've heard it in too many TV commercials. Keith Stoeckeler and Brad Meyers are among those most extremely sick and tired of the song, and are calling attention to the problem with a dedicated Tumblr that asks for examples of its use in ads. Head over there and add any spots they've missed. But try to avoid watching the videos themselves—because you know, they all have really annoying song in them.

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