AudioOut’s all-Madonna Top 50 Countdown: The Results!

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Last month we asked you, the beloved readers of AudioOut, to submit your Top 20 Madonna tracks of all time so that we could compile the ultimate all-Madonna Top 50 countdown just in time for today, The Queen’s Birthday. All of us here at AudioOut would just like to thank every single person who voted! In the end there were 671 different Top 20’s to sort through, and we quite literally couldn’t have done it without you.

Before we get into the results, some chart statistics for you: 

Remixed & Revisited’s Your Honesty received the lowest number of votes, being placed at the very bottom of one person’s list, ensuring the track had a final tally of 1 point.

One voter, named Daniel from Shepparton in Victoria, submitted a Top 20 which, bar “Hung Up”, solely featured tracks taken from Rebel Heart. For that reason alone, we’ve decided to award Daniel from Shepparton the Madonna prize booty, a prize pack which contains some Madonna art for his wall, a Madonna photobook for his bookshelf, and copies of The Immaculate Collection and GHV2 on CD from my own personal collection, because obviously of all of the people that voted, it’s Daniel who needs the further education on Madge’s herstory the most. Daniel, check your inbox!

Not a single person voted for “Me Against The Music” with Britney Spears, “Be Careful” with Ricky Martin, or “What Can You Lose” with Mandy Patinkin, which were all eligible, but one single person did vote for “I Surrender Dear” with Jennifer Grey, only to then email us at the last minute replacing it with “S.E.X.”

Three of you tried to vote for Madonna’s (excellent) leaked cover of ABBA’s “Like An Angel Passing Through My Room”, but were unfortunately disqualified from voting as your leaked entrant broke one very prominent rule.

And finally: It was only a 47 point difference between the songs which came in at Number 2 and Number 1, a true testament to the classic nature of both tracks.

Without further ado, here’s the AudioOut Top 50 Madonna Songs of All Time – as voted by you lot and with commentary by Myself, Ben Atar, The Richard Eric and Ms. Eliza Day!

 

50. LUCKY STAR

Madonna’s career began with some of her most endearingly innocent pop and this is the shiniest one of all. I love the sweet sentiment of the song and the naivety of an artist at the dawn of her musical quest. This will always be my favourite Madge musical moment. @Ben_Atar

 

49. GET TOGETHER

One of her strongest dance bombs, “Get Together” managed to take whatever it could from that classic French house sound and then, somehow, made us feel like we were still hearing it for the first time. This should have been the follow-up single to “Hung Up”, not “Sorry”. @AdemWithAnE

 

48. CANDY SHOP

A Diabetic hot mess that can’t be ignored. I’ll make no argument that this is Madonna at her best but this Hard Candy opener will always have a place in my trashy little heart. @Ben_Atar

 

47. 4 MINUTES

4 Minutes might have been criticised as an obvious attempt to get back on the US charts – and it was – but as a song, it really deserves more credit. There have been so many unsuccessful attempts to crack – or re-crack, in Madonna’s case – the American market, and 4 Minutes succeeded mostly because it’s a really great track, with a chorus to die for and an unstoppable beat. @TheRichardEric

 

46. DEAR JESSIE

One of the most beloved people in my entire life was named Jessie, and as a child I could not for the life of me fathom how my mother had chosen to name me after someone other than her. Never was my anger at this injustice more ferocious than when I first heard the opening strings of what could have been MY. LIFE. SONG. I always imagined a funeral where toy pink elephants would surround my coffin as guests sipped lemonade whilst Dear Jessie soundtracked a slideshow of photos of me in my youth. And I would be buried wearing Mickey Mouse ears. Obviously. @MsElizaDay

 

45. DON’T TELL ME

Madonna Parton emerges on one of the only examples ever of an electro-country hit (alongside Cotton Eye Joe of course). It’s not just about the beats and the guitar – Don’t Tell Me would be nothing without the impeccable lyrics, mostly written by Madonna’s brother-in-law Joe Henry, and the dreamy atmosphere produced by those strings and M’s half-processed, half-raw vocal performance. @TheRichardEric

 

44. LOVE SPENT

With all of the banjo-realness clanging about in the background of this glorious song, it can be hard to acknowledge the fact that this is one of Madonna’s most personal ventures lyrically, and a scathing swipe at an ex we’re all very happy is now an Ex, let’s be honest. @AdemWithAnE

 

43. I’M GOING BANANAS

One of my all-time personal Madonna favourites, this is a certified classic with fans due to how goddamn funny she is in it. It’s a quick-witted sense of humour that’s been out in force many-a-time since (Spanish Lesson, B-day Song for example), but perhaps never has it matched the dizzyingly bonkers heights of “I’m Going Bananas”. If I was ever going to go clinically insane, this is the song I would want playing on an eternal loop until my final breath. @AdemWithAnE

 

42. FALLING FREE

I remember watching a recent interview with Madonna where she was asked whether she had any ‘deep album cuts’ she’d wished she’d released as singles. MDNA’s “Falling Free” was the answer she gave, citing that because it wasn’t a ‘conventional pop song’ it stayed as an album cut. Which is a shame because we obviously live in a world where, no matter how ‘conventional’ or ‘unconventional’ a Madonna single is, it’s probably not going to be the kind of hit she used to garner (“Ghosttown” case-and-point) so why not just release whatever feels right? It’s a lesson she’s obviously since learned from (“Bitch I’m Madonna” is the most ‘unconventional’ Madonna single in an entire decade), but how interesting is it to see that the fans themselves view this as every bit of a classic as they do many of her biggest charting singles? @AdemWithAnE

 

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41. THE POWER OF GOOD-BYE

In collaboration with Rick Nowels – best known for his work with Belinda Carlisle – The Power Of Good-Bye mixes Ray Of Light’s signature trip-hop sound with a seriously radio-friendly melody to produce yet another perfect single – and video – from this era. Those vocals in particular are just beyond what anyone would have expected from Madonna just five years earlier. @TheRichardEric

 

40. DROWNED WORLD/SUBSTITUTE FOR LOVE

The most devastatingly honest single ever released by a major pop star, Drowned World/Substitute For Love runs parallel to the Truth Or Dare documentary in my mind despite being separated by several years. Both the song and the film lay Madonna out for the world to see, with nothing off limits. “I traded fame for love” is, perhaps, the story of most superstars, but only one of them in honest enough to actually say it. The contradictions inherent in such a statement are also here for all to see – Madonna released this track, about how much she relied on fame and controversy to bring her happiness, with a video that purposely echoed the death of Princess Diana, a decision that she absolutely knew would bring her massive attention. And in the end, she decides “I’ve changed my mind” but she obviously didn’t retire or even take a step back – so when she concludes with “this is my religion”, what exactly is she talking about? These questions make ‘Drowned World’ the most intriguing and captivating of all Madonna’s major musical statements. @TheRichardEric

 

39. EVERYBODY

Madonna’s debut was fairly low-key, both in terms of the song itself and its commercial performance. But just because Everybody is simple doesn’t mean it isn’t fantastic – it would be an insult to the club music of the early eighties to imply that a humble riff and an uncomplicated lyric can’t make magic. In a way, “come on, dance and sing/get up and do your thing” unknowingly set the theme for Madonna’s entire career. She was expressing herself and not repressing herself many years before it became her mission statement. @TheRichardEric

 

38. BEDTIME STORY

Madonna didn’t just decide to “go Björk”, she decided to literally use Björk. Bedtime Story was written by the Queen of Iceland, and while she reportedly wasn’t happy with some of the changes Madonna made to the song, who cares what she thinks when it turned out this good? Nellee Hooper should get major credit for the incredible production job, as should Mark Romanek for one of the very, very best videos of Madonna’s career. But even with all this collaboration, Bedtime Story wouldn’t amount to much without Madonna’s performance, both on record and video. Once again she moves out of her comfort zone effortlessly. It’s almost as if her comfort zone is everything. @TheRichardEric

 

37. CHERISH

If you have never dreamt of being a mermaid carried along the beach by Madonna then I don’t really have anything more to say to you I’m sorry. @MsElizaDay

 

36. SECRET

A slinky R&B jam that contains one of her best vocal performances, Madonna’s deep register can be really sexy and here it’s used to produce a forceful Bedtime Story gem. @Ben_Atar

Madonna, taking a slice from the Urban and RNB pie – long before Timbaland and Timberlake. @AdemWithAnE

 

35. TILL DEATH DO US PART

The deepest of deep-cuts, Till Death Do Us Part may serve as the kind of song from Like A Prayer that quintessentially sounds the most like the decade it comes from, but thanks to personally-packed lyrical bombs relating to her newly dissolved marriage to Hollywood bad-boy Sean Penn, all these years on it still manages to garner a passionate and vehement reaction from fans. @AdemWithAnE

 

34. LIVING FOR LOVE

Diplo is probably the most meticulous producer in dance music at the moment so it doesn’t surprise me that Living For Love has resonated so quickly with fans. Had this been a single for any of the ‘younger’ women of 2015 it would have been a total, global smash. Whilst every performer the world over has had some kind of hand in making reference to the classic 90’s house jams of yesteryear, on Living For Love both Diplo and Madonna manage to completely recreate the formula, producing a subtle banger that intentionally dives and rises the euphoria levels to create a truly spectacular moment in pop. @AdemWithAnE

 

33. TAKE A BOW

Early-to-mid-90s thirsty-as-fuckfor-Hispanics Madge is my second favourite Madge era. @MsElizaDay

 

32. GAMBLER

For as long as I can remember, Gambler had always been my absolute favourite Madonna song. That’s a little music fact which has technically since changed, but my love and complete adoration for that song stays the same regardless of where it “sits” on my overall Madge-Chart. Gambler is the very last song Madonna would release as a single that was solely written by her. Some say that it shows, but more often than not, Gambler is cited as a total cult-classic amongst M’s most hardcore of fans, and the one and only time she’s performed it on tour – 1985’s The Virgin Tour – remains one of her most jaw-dropping, goosebump-inducing live performances of all time. @AdemWithAnE

 

31. MATERIAL GIRL

The big joke nobody got, Material Girl has followed Madonna around for over thirty years. Despite not being entirely serious, Material Girl became an anthem of the excessive eighties, and Madonna didn’t do much to dispel her reputation as a big fan of “cold hard cash”. But even if it was misunderstood, Material Girl stands as perhaps the catchiest song of Madonna’s entire early career. Exquisitely written and constructed, with a vocal so sugary it will rot your teeth, Material Girl is, in my view, a masterpiece – and that’s without even mentioning the perfection of the video. @TheRichardEric

 

30. KEEP IT TOGETHER

The (limited) single release of Keep It Together was meant to be the big, final single released globally from Madonna’s hugely successful Like A Prayer LP, with a song called “Vogue” scheduled as the Keep it Together b-side. But I think you know what happens next in this story. @AdemWithAnE

 

29. OPEN YOUR HEART

Sandwiched between the important Papa Don’t Preach and the radio/concert smash La Isla Bonita, Open Your Heart can feel somewhat overlooked. But it might the best of the three – the vocal delivery of the verses and bridge is quietly incredible and that chorus is just absolute perfection. Not to mention the video, where Madonna memorably plays a stripper that only takes off her wig and gloves, yet still plays to a full house, including gay sailors, a lesbian and a small child. Queen of being progressive. @TheRichardEric

 

28. LIKE A VIRGIN

The most interesting thing about Like A Virgin for me is the vocals. They’re just as high and Minnie Mouse-esque as they were on the first album, but they’re also being used differently. There’s more emotion, more conviction – as if Madonna knew (and you know she did, she knew everything) that this was her first make-or-break moment, her only chance to go beyond being a few-hits-wonder. She couldn’t have picked a better song for the occasion, as even today Like A Virgin still feels shiny and new. @TheRichardEric

 

27. EROTICA

After The Immaculate Collection, the prospect of Madonna in the nineties must have been intriguing – where could she possibly go next? The answer: to the absolute limits of sexuality, good taste and acceptability. The sluttiest of all slut tracks, Erotica is the official anthem of deviance and perversion, and we wouldn’t have it any other way. It nearly killed her career in the end, but that just makes it all the more historic. @TheRichardEric

 

26. TRUE BLUE

This is probably the song that is single-handedly responsible for my very unattainable and very unrealistic expectations of those who I am romantically interested in and, if I’m completely honest with myself, of love in general. Rumoured to be included on the Rebel Heart Tour setlist, Madonna hasn’t performed True Blue since the Who’s That Girl Tour in 1987. Thanks Sean. @AdemWithAnE

 

25. PAPA DON’T PREACH

The most important haircut in history aside, Papa Don’t Preach is truly iconic for a myriad of reasons. After the risks of Live To Tell paid off in a big way, Madonna showed off her newfound maturity with Papa Don’t Preach, which of course tells the story of an unwanted teenage pregnancy. Despite being well into her twenties at the time, Madonna pulls off the song – those deep vocals are just heaven – and the video, which featured her best acting of the eighties and made it impossible to listen to this song without walking around with a jacket over your shoulder. @TheRichardEric

 

24. YOU’LL SEE

Ballads compilation Something To Remember was really an extended audition for the role of Eva Peron, and You’ll See was instrumental in preparing the public for this Very Serious version of Madonna. The video was a sequel to Take A Bow, but You’ll See is even more of a power ballad, and M really gets a chance to show us those vox. The eventual loss of the strength in her voice that she shows here is truly a bit of a tragedy. @TheRichardEric

 

23. HUMAN NATURE

A statement single that somehow got even more relevant as Madonna’s career continued on, Human Nature attacked the criticism Madonna received for the Sex book and Erotica album, focusing mostly on how sexist the “critiques” were. These days, Madonna regularly breaks Human Nature out in concert and it has become a statement not just on gender but on age – another barrier Madonna knocks down at every opportunity. As for the song itself, it truly is a classic slice of 90s R&B, unapologetically sexual with a vocal drenched in about a thousand layers of irony and sarcasm. @TheRichardEric

 

22. OH FATHER

Oh Father broke Madonna’s run of 16 consecutive top five singles in the US, and I’m totally okay with that, because Oh Father needed to be released. Instead of going for a more radio-friendly option, Madonna chose to release this track purely, I assume, because it was just so good. That’s how singles should be chosen. Who would have thought that the girl from Holiday could eventually release something so elaborate, so personal, so dramatic? No other superstar would dare release something like this as a single in 1989. @TheRichardEric

I vaguely remember hearing that David Fincher, who directed the Express Yourself video and would later direct Vogue, had persuaded Madonna to release Oh Father as a single because he desperately wanted to shoot a video for it. Which may explain why it doesn’t appear on any of the audio components to The Immaculate Collection but does appear on its VHS and subsequent DVD releases. @AdemWithAnE

 

21. CRAZY FOR YOU

Literally the lead track on every mixtape I ever made in my angsty teenage years that was a secret dedication to whichever boy I had a crush on at the time. @MsElizaDay

 

20. DRESS YOU UP

Feeling like a left over from her debut, Dress You Up is a cute metaphorical number combining two of Madonna’s favourite themes: fashion and sex. @Ben_Atar

 

19. DEEPER & DEEPER

Vogue might be the go-to Madonna club-jam for most, but when I’ve listened to my go-to Madonna club-jam, Rescue Me, I generally want to listen to Deeper and Deeper immediately after it. Also the single greatest time Madonna has made an absolute musical killing by self-referencing. @AdemWithAnE

 

18. BITCH I’M MADONNA ft. NICKI MINAJ

Not even the appearance of I’m Going Bananas could have filled me with as much joy as I was filled with when I heard that Bitch I’m Madonna had not only made the list, but had also well and truly cracked the Top 20. The complete irreverence of putting out “Bitch I’m Madonna” right after releasing “Ghosttown” – a song which should have done for Rebel Heart what Hung Up did for Confessions on a Dance Floor – is so obviously not lost on the fans, who voted for it in droves. Nine times out of Ten, the very reason people hate this song is usually the very reason I love it. The electronic equivalent of sawing through wood as a riff? LOVE IT. The shrill tone of M’s voice in parts of the song? LOVE IT. Nicki’s not-at-all-bothered rap? LOVE IT. But most of all, I LOVE Diplo for producing this godsend, but not as much as I love him for then convincing Madonna to release it as a single. You may not see “Bitch I’m Madonna” as the classic moment so many of her hardcore fans do, but nothing she’s released this entire decade encapsulates her mission statement more. @AdemWithAnE

 

17. JUSTIFY MY LOVE

Arriving on The Immaculate Collection, Justify was a precursor to what was to come on 1992’s Erotica, only Justify is about 100 times sexier than anything on that album. @Ben_Atar

 

16. LA ISLA BONITA

How strange is it trying to imagine a Michael Jackson version of this song? Well that very well could have been the case, as MJ was offered an ‘early version’ of La Isla Bonita before it was optioned to Madonna. Thankfully he said no, so it was then surrendered over to the only voice worthy of singing such majesty. @AdemWithAnE

 

15. BORDERLINE

It’s a shame Madonna has such little regard for her debut album because while it may not be as adventurous as the material from her later career, it’s an irresistible dance-pop collection that doesn’t try to be anything else. Borderline is to the debut album as to Like a Virgin and Like A Prayer are to their respective albums: anthems that define Madonna in the particular place and time in her career they were released. @Ben_Atar

 

14. BURNING UP

One of the greatest things about Burning Up – and if we even bothered to try and count the ways we would figuratively be here for years – is the video. Madonna, writhing around in the middle of the road and telling us all that she was “unlike the others. I’d do anything – I’m not the same, I have no shame, I’m on fire.” @AdemWithAnE

 

13. RESCUE ME

No question about it, Rescue Me is my favourite Madonna song of all time. That big, throbbing 90’s house bassline atop of that big, beloved vocal growl that Andrew Lloyd Webber so cruely took away from us only a short few years later – nothing gets me more excited. The life-affirming ‘Titanic Vocal Mix’ of the track takes the euphoria of the original to extended new heights, turning one of the most impressive radio-friendly club cuts of the 1990s into a seriously epic, main-floor burner. It also serves as the soundtrack to one of my favourite times in pop. Madonna; at the height of being Madonna. @AdemWithAnE

 

12. GHOSTTOWN

Best Madonna single since Hung Up; an entire decade. Nobody seemed all too bothered by it though, but at least the fans can recognise a classic when they hear one. @AdemWithAnE

 

11. HOLIDAY

The track that started it all for Madonna as a chart force, it’s not hard to see why Holiday was Madonna’s breakthrough. It has everything you’d look for in an early eighties club hit – a positive message, choruses and verses that are so catchy that they almost cross the borderline into annoying, and a melody to die for – simple as it may be. @TheRichardEric

 

10. GIRL GONE WILD

The most underrated song from Madonna’s last couple of albums, Girl Gone Wild is quite simply a relentless club track which should have been #1 for five months. From the spoken intro to “forgive me…” leading into the explosive final choruses – this is honestly a modern masterpiece, and yes I’m 100% serious. I don’t understand how you couldn’t find this song both hypnahttik and erahttik. @TheRichardEric

 

09. RAY OF LIGHT

Ray Of Light has been dimmed for me somewhat over the years by overplay, but that doesn’t mean I don’t freak out every time I hear it. One of the best Madonna songs to sing along to, Ray Of Light covers all the bases – it goes unbelievably fast and then slows down to catch its breath, Madonna’s vocals get to show their full range, and to top it all off, the video stars the entire world. Speaking of the video, every single time I’m in a club I recreate Madonna’s dancing. @TheRichardEric

 

08. MUSIC

A concert staple for good reason, Music is deceptively basic – it might feel like a generic radio hit due to overplay, but listening back now, Music sounds like nothing else on the radio at the time of its release. In fact, it still feels futuristic and visionary today. @TheRichardEric

 

07. FROZEN

A massive risk, and the most drastic image change for Madonna since Live To Tell. Clearly inspired by Massive Attack, who she had worked with two years before, Frozen is a reserved epic, a quiet storm that slowly unfolds over six minutes without forgetting to add an earworm or three into the mix. Also contains the best humming in pop music history since Enya’s debut. @TheRichardEric

 

06. LIVE TO TELL

The single most important Madonna song – without it, she may have gone down the Cyndi route of diminishing chart returns, but she proved herself as a singer and as more than just a fad with Live To Tell. The “If I ran away…” section remains the most chilling moment in all of Madonna’s 80s output. @TheRichardEric

 

05. INTO THE GROOVE

The only surprising thing about Into The Groove coming it at Number 5 is that it didn’t come in at Number 4. @AdemWithAnE

 

04. HUNG UP

But then again, it feels right having “Hung Up” at Number 4, doesn’t it? The only time ABBA personally approved of their music being sampled, there’s a great story involving Benny and Bjorn mentally hearing the sound of cash registers going nuts the first time they heard “Hung Up” in full. @AdemWithAnE

 

03. EXPRESS YOURSELF

The original gay-interest self-help anthem, Express Yourself is a fairly definitive summation of everything Madonna stands for – be yourself, don’t let anyone kick you down and do it all to a chorus nobody will be able to get out of their head for 25 years. @TheRichardEric

 

02. VOGUE

The most menacing rap-breakdown of all time. @AdemWithAnE

 

01. LIKE A PRAYER

Nobody could have foreseen the power of Madonna’s return to music in 1989. Coming off the back of a rough divorce and a string of Box Office Bombs, little did we know that The Queen of Pop was about to embark on her very first ‘imperial phase’ (so far she’s had about three of those). The arrival of Like a Prayer stunned and shocked audiences, many taking issue with the song’s cheeky lyric; “I’m down on my knees, I wanna take you there”, but it wasn’t until the arrival of the video that the Imperial Phase actually started to kick in… as did all of the real controversy.

Burning crucifixes, an imprisoned Black Jesus, Madonna-Stigmata and even a brutal murder scene saw Pepsi, who had just signed on with Madonna, cut ties with the pop star, ceasing the broadcast of their specialised Madonna ‘Like A Prayer’ Pepsi adverts which, at this stage, the entire world had already seen. The video itself for Like a Prayer told an incredibly important tale of racial and sexual abuse, issues that are shamefully still valid in 2015. Amazingly, Madonna was paid 5 Million Dollars for the lucrative Pepsi deal – and got to keep every single cent of it.

But behind the big money, behind the burning crucifixes and ‘shocking’ religious imagery (20 years prior to when it would become the norm) lays a perfect – if not the most perfect – pop song, complete with one of the most exhilarating middle-8’s in pop music history, one of the most infectious choruses of our time, an undeniable song structure that – pardon the pun – really takes you there, and all from the most influential and ground-breaking female pop star of our time… who at that point was just getting started. @AdemWithAnE

If you voted, can’t find your fave in the Top 50 and are wondering where it landed on the list, here’s Numbers 51 to 160!

51. NOTHING FAILS
52. WHAT IT FEELS LIKE FOR A GIRL
53. RAIN
54. DIE ANOTHER DAY
55. DEVIL PRAY
56. BAD GIRL
57. CELEBRATION
58. SORRY
59. CAUSING A COMMOTION
60. INSIDE OF ME

61. IMPRESSIVE INSTANT
62. JUMP
63. HOLLYWOOD
64. GIVE IT 2 ME
65. PARADISE (NOT FOR ME)
66. WHO’S THAT GIRL
67. AMERICAN LIFE
68. LOVE DON’T LIVE HERE ANYMORE
69. BEAT GOES ON
70. EASY RIDE

71. FORBIDDEN LOVE (CONFESSIONS)
72. I’LL REMEMBER
73. REBEL HEART
74. THIEF OF HEARTS
75. LOVE SONG
76. NOTHING REALLY MATTERS
77. MILES AWAY
78. PHYSICAL ATTRACTION
79. TURN UP THE RADIO
80. TIME STOOD STILL

81. SURVIVAL
82. WHERE’S THE PARTY
83. NOBODY KNOWS ME
84. PROMISE TO TRY
85. SKIN
86. GIVE ME ALL YOUR LOVIN’
87. INTERVENTION
88. JOAN OF ARC
89. SHE’S NOT ME
90. ONE MORE CHANCE

91. GONE
92. FIGHTING SPIRIT
93. REVOLVER
94. YOU MUST LOVE ME
95. MER GIRL
96. X-STATIC PROCESS
97. LIKE IT OR NOT
98. WASH ALL OVER ME
99. WAITING
100. OVER & OVER

101. ANGEL
102. FUTURE LOVERS
103. HANKY PANKY
104. LOVE PROFUSION
105. NOBODY’S PERFECT
106. SOONER OR LATER
107. WHY’S IT SO HARD
108. LOVE MAKES THE WORLD GO ROUND
109. MOTHER & FATHER
110. SHANTI/ASHTANGI

111. THIS USED TO BE MY PLAYGROUND
112. UNAPOLOGETIC BITCH
113. BEAUTIFUL KILLER
114. GANG BANG
115. I’M ADDICTED
116. BEAUTIFUL STRANGER
117. HOLY WATER
118. ANOTHER SUITCASE IN ANOTHER HALL
119. THE LOOK OF LOVE
120. DEVIL WOULND’T RECOGNIZE YOU

121. I DESERVE IT
122. MESSIAH
123. SKY FITS HEAVEN
124. VOICES
125. THINK OF ME
126. I FUCKED UP
127. S.E.X.
128. DON’T STOP
129. UP DOWN SUITE
130. INCREDIBLE

131. LET IT WILL BE
132. WORDS
133. BEAUTIFUL SCARS
134. SOMETHING TO REMEMBER
135. AMAZING
136. BYE BYE BABY
137. ICONIC
138. SPANISH EYES
139. SPOTLIGHT
140. SWIM

141. BEST NIGHT
142. FEVER
143. SANCTUARY
144. BEST FRIEND
145. LOVE TRIED TO WELCOME ME
146. PRETENDER
147. ACT OF CONTRITION
148. MASTERPIECE
149. PUSH
150. STAY

151. VENI VIDI VICI
152. SOO-BEE-DOO
153. SUPERSTAR
154. I LOVE NEW YORK
155. I WANT YOU
156. DON’T CRY FOR ME ARGENTINA
157. I’D RATHER BE YOUR LOVER
158. CRY BABY
159. HAS TO BE
160. YOUR HONESTY

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