I calmly walked over to the bar and said, "Did someone just skip my song?"
To which she said, "Yeah, that was awful."
I told her it's Motorhead and probably not for everyone, but I was excited to hear it. I added that it would have been over in 2 and a half minutes, and surely she could have just waited that out. Just then the other, much cooler, bar maiden handed me a dollar while not as cool bartender asked me if they had any other better songs? I explained that they did have lots of other songs but they all sound: Just. Like. That one.
I told her she would hate them all equally and this was the only one other people in the bar were likely to know.
I had to add "And you skipped my song and stuck us with this Rascal Flats crap?" All the while I stood there with my returned dollar bill in my hand, unsure if it had resolved the situation.
The cooler bartender said I looked familiar, and I said that I have been in there a number of times and I'm a pretty good customer. Just then I heard the country song get skipped, and I heard the beginning of "Give It To Me Baby" by Rick James - it was my next song. I smiled ear-to-ear, and they both laughed as I danced my way back to my table.
Then my friends and I laughed our asses off seeing Rascal Flatts guy getting hopping mad about his awful Rascall Flatts song getting skipped.
It's always more funny when it happens to someone else.