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Kurt’s Blog: Top 50 Songs of 2013 #25 – #1
Kurt’s Blog: Top 50 Songs of 2013 #25 – #1

Here it is…My Top 50 Songs of 2013…#25-#1

25. Locked Out of Heaven – Bruno MarsBBC Radio 1's Big Weekend - Performances - Day 3

24. Getaway – Pearl Jam

23. Done – The Band Perry

22. Can’t Hold Us – Macklemore

21. Let Her Go – Passenger

20. Cruise – Florida Georgia Line

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19. You Need Me, I Don’t Need You – Ed Sheeran

18. Counting Stars – One Republic

17. Treasure – Bruno Mars

16. The Monster – Eminem

15. B*tchin’ Summer – Avril Lavigne

14. Red – Taylor Swift

13. Best Song Ever – One Direction

12. Get Lucky – Daft Punk

11. Infallible – Pearl Jam

10. Walkin’ On Air – Katy Perry

9. Burn – Ellie Goulding

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8. The Other Side – Jason Derulo

7. Headlights – Eminem

6. Pompeii – Bastille

5. Roar – Katy Perry

4. On Top of the World – Imagine Dragons

3. Gorilla – Bruno Mars

2. Timber – Pitbull & Ke$ha

…and #1 for me in 2013 is…

 

1. Should’ve Gone to Bed – Plain White Ts

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Everything about this song is pure fun….loved it. Well done Plain White Ts.

Oh, and I’m embarrassed that One Direction is on my list…and nearly in my Top 10? Not at all.

Also, when I look at the Top 50…I notice that Bruno Mars is the predominant artist on the list, and that’s AWESOME. I think a lot of folks are going to be impressed with his Super Bowl show!

AWESOME is as AWESOME does!

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