It probably would, but dear lord, what an annoying song. Catchy as hell though.
I have very little say in what songs we play, and for the most part, I'm okay with that. I have no idea which songs are likely to win over an audience, which songs are overplayed, hidden gems, or anything else in terms of loud music for drunk people. I don't listen to the radio much, and when I do, it's a classic rock station, so I have no idea what's popular.
All I know is what I like to play and what I like to listen to. Since even the most accessible prog is not going to fly anyway, all that's left for me is whether or not I like playing it. This is influenced by whether or not I like the song, but less than you might think. I like to play; I like to interact with other musicians in real time; I like entertain people and be a part of something that sounds good. And I get to do that. All through school, I was in the bands, some orchestras, and the occasional vocal group. I'm in the choir now, and have dabbled in praise bands of various forms. In each of these, I'm part of an ensemble, a sum greater than its parts, and in each of these, I've had to learn and perform things I didn't like. This is basically the same thing, and I even get paid for it now.
I know, I've recently whined about not getting to play many songs I like, and that's still true. Given the choice between playing songs I like and playing songs I don't like, all other things being equal, I'd rather play songs I like. But nothing else is equal. You still have to play things other people like; stuff other people like to play, and stuff other people like to hear. There's no market around here for classic rock bands, and sure as hell no market for live prog. So this is my gig.