Most of the people in the U.K. consider Mariah Carey’s “All I Want for Christmas” the "Most Annoying Christmas Song" ever. In a poll conducted by mobile phone company Huawei in the U.K., the company found that majority of Brits dread Carey’s music during Christmastime.

The result of the survey suggests that while many people around the world appreciate “All I Want for Christmas,” there is something about this song that has Brits going against it. The fact that it is the last original holiday song to have really become a Christmas standard and that no other Christmas song has so far matched its popularity, makes it vulnerable to boomers who might consider it a hackneyed Christmas jingle.

Music fans from the U.K. who were part of Huawei’s recent survey apparently did not take cues from the Guardian, which also conducted its own survey of the Most Annoying Holiday Songs earlier this year and only placed Carey’s “All I Want for Christmas” at no. 20. In said survey, Bing Crosby and David Bowie’s “Little Drummer Boy/Peace On Earth” ranked first, while “Do They Know It’s Christmas” ranked second.

Meanwhile, other Christmas songs that made it to Huawei’s Most Annoying Christmas Songs List in the U.K. are Wizard’s “I Wish It Could Be Christmas Everyday,” Slade’s “Merry Xmas Everybody,” and Wham’s “Last Christmas.” Ironically, Pogues and Kirst MacColl’s “Fairytale of New York,” which many consider as one of the greatest Christmas songs of all time, came in at sixth place. 

Coming in at seventh place is Tom Jones and Cerys Matthews’ version of “Baby, It’s Cold Outside,” a Christmas song that has been heard all over the world since 1999 but has received virtually zero airplay in the U.S. “ Other songs that made it to the Top 10 Most Annoying List are Jackson 5’s “Santa Claus Is Coming To Town,” Eartha Kitt’s “Santa Baby,” and Andrews Sisters’ “Jingle Bells.”

“Do They Know It’s Christmas?,” which was voted the Most Annoying Christmas Song in the Guardian survey, was voted as the second most annoying, next to “All I Want for Christmas.”