I’m loathe to pay attention to any greatest songs ever list that doesn’t include AT LEAST one Counting Crows deep cut, but I like Grimes, and her “dogmatic asshole” vegan ways, so I don’t hate myself too much for passing along her best songs list. Prince, Lauryn Hill, and Nicki’s verse on “Monster,” if that counts, are rightfully represented, acting as a distraction to the likes of T-Swift, Skrillex, and Paramore, none of whom are Bone Thugs-n-Harmony.
Bone Thugs-n-Harmony’s “Crossroads” is not one of Grimes’ greatest songs of all-time. Psh.
greatest songs of all time
lauryn hill killing me softly
butthole surfers pepper
chris isaak wicked game
beyonce single ladies
prince when doves cry
manson beautiful people
rihanna only girl in the world or we found love (or take care/ whats my name)
outkast b.o.b… hey ya// ms jackson
mariah we belong 2gthr ./// fantasy
taylor swift i knew u were trouble //
alicia keys if i aint got u
patsy -c razy
majical cloudz i do sing for u
lana del rey ride
mia bucky odne gone
enya???? bodicea or however u spell
+ dummy in its entirety
all of swan lake
dolly – jolene!!!
elliot smith between the bars
missy pass that dutch
joanna newsom cosmia
skrillex devils den
mazzy star fade into you
katy b louder
themselves grass skirt and fruit hat
kanye lost in the world
all of ghost in the shell soundtrack
animal collective in the flowers
nickis verse on monster
nin march of the pigs? closer? haha i wrote march of the pugs at first by accident and erased it but i like the idea of march of the pugs
ill probably add more but now have to go back 2 work
paramore – thats what u get
flow child – less of it, more of having
You had me at Butthole Surfers, and lost me at not Bone Thugs.
(via Getty Image, via Actually Grimes)
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