Top 10  Greatest Songs of All Time

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Guns N’ Roses, ‘Welcome to the Jungle: Released as the first single from Appetite for Destruction, “Welcome to the Jungle.

Harry Nilsson, ‘Without You: We did it because my career was on the wane and we wanted something to make a hit.

Cyndi Lauper, ‘Time After Time: Cyndi Lauper was nervous about “Time After Time.

Kanye West, ‘Stronger: Explaining the tighter, broader-reaching songs on his third album, Graduation, Kanye West.

Carly Simon, ‘You’re So Vain: The holy mother of all diss tracks, “You’re So Vain” contains one of the most enduring musical mysteries of all time.

The Supremes, ‘Baby Love: Diana Ross wasn’t the strongest vocalist in the Supremes, but as the Motown production team discovered.

Townes Van Zandt, ‘Pancho and Lefty: An epic story-song about a bandit and the friend who betrays him, “Pancho and Lefty” became a country hit thanks to Willie Nelson.

The Pixies, ‘Where Is My Mind: No song typifies the freakish pop instincts that made the Pixies stand out in a sea of gloomy.

Lizzo, ‘Truth Hurts: That song is my life and its words are my truth,” Lizzo wrote at the time.

Miles Davis, ‘So What: It’s likely that no song on this list has soundtracked more dinner parties than Kind of Blue’s warm, welcoming first track.

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