I think the original poster's intention was "Which song(s) really, really get to you," and causes you to jump and think: "Oh, not again!
The concept is not, for example, well, when a song wasn't played especially well, or you just weren't so interested, or perhaps you aren't in the mood for Space or Drums just then, or that Donna's rendition of You Ain't Woman Enough is just not your cup of tea.
No, this is to state a song that makes you leap forward and nip it in the bud, and then look ahead on archive.org to restore your peace of mind with a nice rendition of Mission in the Rain or Deal or something similar.
So I can understand that "Keep your day job" rankles heavily with some. Most of us would like very much to shove our day jobs. But does Day Job really, really drive you crazy? Maybe for some.
But picking just one, and one only tune, that makes me skip ahead, time and again, for me it's the very, very uninteresting and simplistic shuttling back and forth between the keys of D and A, over and over (although I do realize that there is a Bridge) known to all as Playin in the Band. It's one of the few tunes that, IMHO, in its 42 years on this earthly orb, doesn't seem to improve with repetition.
(I would have picked the equally tiresome One More Saturday Night, but I think what wins for Playin' is that the band seemed to draw it out unnecessarily for what seemed like but probably wasn't, about a half hour, and often it seemed to rise again in the same gig with a reprise, whereas they could have kept it to, say, the 4 scant minutes it deserves!)
There. That's off my chest! As they say, your mileage may vary.