We do, however, continue to have great appreciation for the video that accompanied the 1985 effort. What a parade of stars it was, some of whom made questionable hair and outfit choices.
Of course, "We Are the World" wasn't the only epic (and epically cheesy), celebrity supergroup single of the era. Read on to view all the fist-pumping, headphone-wearing goodness that changed the way we pay tribute to the less fortunate.
What's the Most Fantastically Ridiculous, Charity Single Ever?
Is the song any good? It does everything for the Christmas bell that "Don't Fear the Reaper" did for the cow bell.
"Voices That Care" (1991)
Lead by the powerful vocals of Michael Bolton, a diverse group of famous folk sent a heartfelt message of support to our troops in Desert Storm, while raising money for the Red Cross. The video offers stark and disturbing evidence of the celebrity shortage our nation suffered during the early '90s.
"We Are the World," USA for Africa (1985)
It remains one of the best-selling singles of all time. We've posted a version of the video that includes the lyrics, so there will be no doubt as to how utterly inane they are.