100 Favorite Songs: 66-70

I...don't know.

66. “Mushaboom” by Feist (2004)

Sometimes Feist is a little too twee/hipster for me to really like, but this song is all the adorableness in the world in under 4 minutes.

Cute cute cute.

67. “Let’s Get It On” by Marvin Gaye (1973)

The best part about working at Burgerville was setting the jukebox to "Let's Get It On" at least twice a shift.

Too sexy for clothes, apparently.

68. “Sister Christian” by Night Ranger (1984)

Yeah. I went there.

If you must know, mostly because the build up to the chorus is perfection.

Proof that emotional investment is directly tied to how much you sweat.

69. “Against All Odds (Take A Look At Me Now)” by Phil Collins (1984)

Simple melody, great vocal performance, heartbreaking devastation.

How good does this sound live? Phil, you're great.

70. “King of Pain” by The Police (1983)

I love that the melody on the first chorus becomes the harmony to the rest. Also, I love Sting.

So many shorts.

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