I don't think I can honestly say I hate, or perhaps even dislike, any of the Dolls songs. I love their music and appreciate all of it, even if some of it doesn't float my boat, as it were.
If I don't like a song of there's, it's usually because I haven't found my personal connection/meaning in the song yet.
There are however songs I'm always in the mood to listen to (like Girl Anarchronism, Sing, Half Jack, Bad Habit, Sex Changes, Modern Moonlight, Necessary Evil, Good Day, Gravity, My Alcoholic Friends, First Orgasm, Backstabber, The Jeep Song and The Time Has Come) and ones I have to be in the mood to listen to (Slide, Mrs. O, Me and the Minibar, Delilah, Shores of California, Glass Slipper, Truce, Missed Me, The Perfect Fit, to name a few).
I think it has to do with both the fact that I personalize any music I love and that listening to music is a very active thing for me. I general don't "put it on in the background." If I'm listening, I'm listening. (Goddamn music majors...) Songs I have to be in the mood to listen to generally mean that they require a lot more attention to the song then I get back, either because it's a particularly long song or I haven't formed a solid connection with it yet.
The biggest exception is "Slide." I love "Slide." It is an incredibly powerful song-- which is why I have to be in the right mood to listen to it. It grabs me and throws me. Tosses me around and turns me inside out. The building, "Don't worry, I've got you line" when it starts to repeat over and over again gets me every time.
"Delilah" I really enjoy, but it reminds me too much of people I'd rather not have to think about.
"Glass Slipper" I probably haven't listen to enough, and both "Truce" and "The Perfect Fit" tend to be a bit long and slow. Actually, I really like "The Perfect Fit," but sometimes "Truce" feels a little static to me. It's not that it's long, so much as it takes a long time to go anywhere musically.
"Backstabber" wasn't a bit favorite of mine until (1) I have someone to sing it to and (2) I saw the video(s). "Shores of California" I actually much more after seeing the video. Kudos, there. Kudos to music videos in general.
"Coin-Operated Boy" I like, but I've very nearly heard it to death. Everyone I've met who's heard just one Dolls song, has heard that one. It frustrates me so much. They look at me funny when I try to explain that this particular song is hardly at all representative of the Dolls' music as a whole! But, alas... (Admittedly, some bands can be sampled with a single song. The Dresden Dolls is not one of those bands.)
"Christopher Lydon" is fabulous, but I don't listen to it nearly enough.
While I have a slew of live tracks, especially the ones that aren't recorded on CD yet, I don't listen to them as often as I like (they don't sound great on my MP3 players in the car, which tends to be my musical sanctuary).
I love "...Page Turner," just not found of the full title.
And, while I've excluded covers in this for the most part, I do love the Dolls version of "War Pigs" so very much.