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  1. 10/10

    10/10 (2009)


    "10/10" (pronounced: Ten out of Ten) is a song by Scottish singer-songwriter Paolo Nutini from his second studio album, Sunny Side Up. The song was released on 11 January 2010 as the fourth single from the album. The b-side of the single is a live version of album track "Tricks of the Trade" recorded in New Orleans in 2009. It features Nutini backed by the New Orleans Preservation Hall Jazz Band.

  2. 1000 Oceans

    1000 Oceans (1999)


    "1000 Oceans" is a song by Tori Amos, released as the second single from her 1999 album To Venus and Back. It reached number twenty-two on the Hot 100 Singles Sales, though it did not chart on the Hot 100. The song deals with issues of love and loss, and is based on the singer's personal experiences. It was released on September 7, 1999, and was generally well received by critics.

  3. 18 And Life

    18 And Life (1989)


    "18 and Life" is the second single and power ballad from Skid Row's 1989 eponymous debut album.

  4. 2 Become 1

    2 Become 1 (2003)


    "2 Become 1" is a song by American pop singer–songwriter Jewel from her fourth studio album, 0304 (2003). Written by Jewel and Guy Chambers and produced by Jewel and Lester Mendez (who co-wrote and co-produced 0304's two previous singles, "Intuition" and "Stand"), the song was released as the album's third and final single in December 2003. It failed to chart on the Billboard Hot 100 and all other Billboard charts except for the Hot Adult Top 40 Tracks, where it peaked at number thirty-three in late January 2004. The single also charted moderately in Australia at number forty-nine.

  5. 21st Century Schizoid Man

    21st Century Schizoid Man (1972)


    "21st Century Schizoid Man" is a song by progressive rock band King Crimson from their debut album In the Court of the Crimson King.

  6. 24's

    24's (2003)


    "24's" is the first single off Atlanta-based rapper T.I.'s album Trap Muzik. It was featured on the hit street racing game Need For Speed: Underground. The song peaked at #78 on Billboard Hot 100 in 2003 and became T.I.'s starting point to a successful career.

  7. 4 Page Letter

    4 Page Letter (1996)


    "4 Page Letter" is a contemporary R&B song recorded by American singer Aaliyah. The song was written by producer Tim "Timbaland" Mosley and Missy Elliott. Mosley produced the song and Elliott provided background vocals. It is the fourth single (third in North America) released from Aaliyah's second studio album, One in a Million (see 1997 in music).

  8. 40 Kinds of Sadness

    40 Kinds of Sadness


    "40 Kinds of Sadness" is the third and last single Ryan Cabrera released from his 2004 multi-platinum selling debut album Take It All Away. The song was co-written by hit makers Curt Frasca and Sabelle Breer, the same team responsible for Ryan's biggest hit to date "On the Way Down". The song reached #32 on Billboard's Top 40 airplay chart. The music video for 40 Kinds Of Sadness reached #1 on the TRL countdown on May 9, 2005.

  9. 45

    45 (2003)


    "45" is a song by the alternative rock band Shinedown. The song was released on July 13, 2003, on the album Leave a Whisper. Following the album's release, "45" became a popular single. An acoustic cover of "45" was featured on the album's re-release on June 15, 2004.

  10. 5000 Ones

    5000 Ones


    "5000 Ones" is a song by American hip hop artist DJ Drama. The song serves as his debut single and the lead single from his debut studio album Gangsta Grillz: The Album. The song, produced by Jazze Pha, features Nelly, T.I., Yung Joc, Willie the Kid, Young Jeezy, Twista and Diddy on background vocals and ad-libs. The single peaked at #52 on the U.S. Billboard Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs and peaked at #9 on the Hot Rap Tracks.

  11. 634 - 5789

    634 - 5789 (1987)


    "634-5789 (Soulsville, U.S.A.)" is a soul song written by Eddie Floyd and Steve Cropper. It was first recorded by Wilson Pickett on his 1966 Atlantic Records album The Exciting Wilson Pickett. The single reached #1 on the "Black Singles" chart and #13 on the "Pop Singles" chart. The song has been covered by performers including Otis Redding, Ry Cooder, and Tower of Power. Bruce Springsteen has played the song live in many occasions; in his Wrecking Ball Tour it was usually included in the setlist as part of the "Apollo Medley".

  12. A Beautiful Morning

    A Beautiful Morning


    "A Beautiful Morning" is a song written by Felix Cavaliere and Eddie Brigati and recorded by The Rascals. Coming out in early 1968, it was the group's first single released under that name rather than The Young Rascals. The first album on which the song appeared was Time Peace: The Rascals' Greatest Hits. It continued the theme of carefree optimism that had distinguished the previous year's "Groovin'". The song was a big hit in the United States, reaching number three on the Billboard Hot 100 chart, and also reaching number thirty-six on the Hot Rhythm & Blues Singles chart. It was RIAA-certified as a Million Seller on June 28, 1968. The song had an introductory sound of mystical wind chimes and bells.

  13. A Fool for You

    A Fool for You (1957)


    "A Fool for You" is a bluesy, proto-soul single recording written by Ray Charles and released by him in 1955 on the Atlantic label.

  14. A Lady Like You

    A Lady Like You


    "A Lady Like You" is a song written by Keith Stegall and Jim Weatherly, and recorded by American country music artist Glen Campbell. It was released in November 1984 as the second single from the album Letter to Home. The song reached number 4 on the Billboard Hot Country Singles & Tracks chart.

  15. A Thousand Summers

    A Thousand Summers


    A Thousand Summers (Live at Wiltern Theatre) is a song released in 1988 by John Tesh.

  16. A Thousand Years

    A Thousand Years


    "A Thousand Years" is a song by American singer-songwriter Christina Perri and David Hodges. It is taken from the album The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn — Part 1: Original Motion Picture Soundtrack. The song serves as the second single from the album. The song was released as a digital download on October 18, 2011 worldwide. Perri re-recorded the song with vocals from Steve Kazee for the The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn — Part 2: Original Motion Picture Soundtrack titled "A Thousand Years, Pt. 2".

  17. A Walk

    A Walk (1996)


    "A Walk" is a song written by Greg Graffin from the punk rock group Bad Religion. It was the first single from their 1996 album The Gray Race. It was the album's only single to chart in the United States.

  18. Addicted

    Addicted (2002)


    "Addicted" is the third single by the Canadian pop punk band Simple Plan from their debut album No Pads, No Helmets... Just Balls.

  19. Addicted To You

    Addicted To You


    "Addicted to You" is a song by LeVert, released as a single in 1988. The single peaked at number one on the Billboard Black Singles chart for two weeks and was featured in the film, Coming to America.

  20. Again & Again

    Again & Again


    "Again & Again" is the debut single by American alternative metal band Taproot. The song was released from the band's major label debut, Gift. The single's b-side, "Day by Day", appeared on the album Dracula 2000: Music from the Motion Picture.

  21. Ain't Got Nothin' on Us

    Ain't Got Nothin' on Us (1996)


    "Ain't Got Nothin' on Us" is the title of a song written by Jim Robinson and Wendell Mobley, and recorded by country music artist John Michael Montgomery. It was released in August 1996 as the lead single from his 1996 album What I Do the Best. It peaked at #15 in the United States, while peaked at #3 in Canada.

  22. Ain't Leavin Without You

    Ain't Leavin Without You (2010)


    "Ain't Leavin Without You" is an R&B song by Jaheim. It was released to radio on October 23, 2009 and is the first single from his fifth studio album, Another Round. It was produced by his longtime producer Kay Gee. Songwriting duties were handled by The Clutch's Balewa Muhammad, Lady & A Tramp's Marcella Precise Brailsford and Eritza Laues. The song was inspired by an encounter with a girl that Jaheim had in a club. It samples De La Soul's hit single, "Ring Ring Ring (Ha Ha Hey)" which contains portions of Curiosity Killed the Cat's "Name & Number" and The Whatnauts's "Help Is On the Way". It also samples Fat Larry's Band's "Act Like You Know" and Heavy D. & The Boyz's, "Sex With You".

  23. Ain't No Way

    Ain't No Way (2006)


    "Ain't No Way" is a song written by singer-songwriter Carolyn Franklin and sung by her elder sister Aretha Franklin as the b-side to her 1968 hit, "(Sweet Sweet Baby) Since You've Been Gone."

  24. Ain't Nuthin' in the World

    Ain't Nuthin' in the World


    "Ain't Nuthin' in the World" is a song by American singer Miki Howard. The single was one of her most successful of her career, becoming the first of two singles to reach number one on Billboard's Hot Black Singles chart, where it stayed for one week.

  25. Alibis



    "Alibis" is the title of a song written by Randy Boudreaux and recorded by American country music artist Tracy Lawrence. It was released in February 1993 as the lead single from his album Alibis. The song became Lawrence's second Number One country hit in 1993 on the U.S. Billboard Hot Country Singles & Tracks chart and on the Canadian RPM Country Tracks chart.

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