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Harris’ Top 110 Songs of the Decade (64-60)

Songs 64-60

64. Stronger, Kanye West, (2007): This song probably could of jumped much higher on the list. The main reason it stays this low is because it was part of a larger project. “Graduation” was one of the best albums of the decade and this song was just one small part of that masterpiece.
63. You Know I’m No Good, Amy Winehouse (2007): Directly following “Rehab” on her first release in the states, this song is the best on a great album from 2007, Winehouse made a name for herself with outlandish behavior and drug use. We can only hope that this extreme talent stays clean long enough to record another great album.
62. Teenage Dirtbag, Wheatus (2000): Perfect dork-rock as I like to refer to it, Wheatus creates songs that roll of the tongue perfectly. The combination of crazy dorky lyrics and an extreme falsetto pitch gives Wheatus a stand out quality.
61. Everytime We Touch, Cascada (2005): Who can forget one of the most popular dance songs of the decade. Introducing us to the world of Cascada, the song was (and still is) blasted all across the states.

60. Mr. Brightside, The Killers (2004): This was the second song most American’s ever heard from The Killers. It’s amazing what that band has done for themselves in only six years in the states. This was one of their key launching points.

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