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  • Korbel Clinton
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    Favorite/Greatest song to WIN record of the year at the Grammys out of the whole decade.

    2010’s: tie between rolling in the deep by Adele/ somebody that I used to know by gotye
    2000’s: rehab- Amy winehouse

    1990’s: kiss from a rose by seal but I will always love you by Whitney is an easy 2nd

    1980’s: Beat it- MJ

    anything below 1980’s I don’t really know…

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    Xtina
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    1970’s: Roberta Flack, “Killing Me Softly with His Song”
    1980’s: Tina Turner, “What’s Love Got to Do With It”
    1990’s: Whitney Houston, “I Will Always Love You”
    2000’s: Amy Winehouse, “Rehab”
    2010’s: Sam Smith, “Stay With Me”

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    Tyler The Awesome Guy
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    1960s: “Moon River” – Henry Mancini
    1970s: “Hotel California” – Eagles
    1980s: “Beat it” – Michael Jackson
    1990s: “I Will Always Love You” – Whitney Houston
    2000s: “Boulevard of Broken Dreams” – Green Day
    2010s (so far): “Rolling in the Deep” – Adele

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    JasonLannister
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    1970’s: “Hotel California” – Eagles
    1980’s: “Beat it” – MJ
    1990’s: “My Heart will go on” – Celine Dion
    2000’s: “Smooth” – Santana and Rob Thomas
    2010’s: “Rolling in the Deep” – Adele

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    james14
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    1960s – Simon and Garfunkel – Mrs. Robinson
    1970s – Carole King – It’s Too Late
    1980s – Michael Jackson – Beat It
    1990s – Seal – Kiss From a Rose
    2000s – Amy Winehouse – Rehab
    2010s – Daft Punk featuring Pharrell – Get Lucky

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    M H
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    1960s – “Mack the Knife,” Bobby Darin
    1970s – “Bridge Over Troubled Water,” Simon and Garfunkel
    1980s – “What’s Love Got to Do With It,” Tina Turner
    1990s – “Sunny Came Home,” Shawn Colvin
    2000s – “Walk On,” U2
    2010s – “Rolling In the Deep,” Adele

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    BenitoDelicias
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    2010s – Rolling in the Deep (or Uptown Funk)
    2000s – Walk On
    1900s – Kiss from a Rose (or Sunny Came Home)
    1980s – What’s Love (or Rossana)
    1970 – Killing Me Softly
    1960 – cant say

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    Richard Aniston
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    2010s – “Get Lucky” – Daft Punk
    2000s – “Please Read The Letter” – Robert Plant and Alison Krauss
    1990s – “Kiss From A Rose” – Seal
    1980s – “Beat It” – Michael Jackson
    1970s – “Hotel California” – Eagles
    1960s – “Up, Up & Away” – The 5th Dimension

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    LOVC
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    1970s: “Hotel California” – Eagles
    1980s: “Beat it” – Michael Jackson
    1990s: “I Will Always Love You” – Whitney Houston
    2000s: “Boulevard of Broken Dreams” – Green Day
    2010s: “Rolling in the Deep” – Adele

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    Brayden Fitzsimmons
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    1960s – Bobby Darin, “Mack the Knife”
    1970s – Carole King, “It’s Too Late
    1980s – Kim Carnes, “Bette Davis Eyes”
    1990s – Celine Dion, “My Heart Will Go On”
    2000s – Dixie Chicks, “Not Ready to Make Nice”
    2010s – Lady Antebellum – “Need You Now”

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    GusCruz
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    2010s – Get Lucky or RITD… tough one
    2000s – this is impossible to decide. I love Rehab, Please Read the Letter, the rage on that Dixie Chicks song, the U2 tracks, Don’t Know Why… I guess Rehab because it means a lot to me.
    1990s – the exact opposite from the 2000s… many of these songs I couldn’t care less about. But Tears in Heaven is a classic.
    1980s – Graceland… Beat It and Higher Love are right behind it
    1970s – Bridge over Troubled Water. But Hotel California is amazing. And Killing Me Softly With His Song has so much soul you can’t be indifferent to it.
    1960s – I’m biased… The Girl from Ipanema.

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    Carlos Luis Turmero
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    1960s: “The Girl from Ipanema” – What a classic
    1970s: “Hotel California” – Another classic, timeless song.
    1980s: “Beat It” – MJ knew it
    1990s: “My Heart Will Go On” – The 90s were hard to pick just one, the winners in that decade were all deserving winners. But till this day, I still love “My Heart Will Go On”, it’s amazing
    2000s: “Rehab” – Another hard to pick, because I really love “Smooth”, “Don’t Know Why” and “Boulevard of Broken Dreams”, but “Rehab was a totally game changer
    2010s: Rolling In The Deep – No questions

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    Looking at all the winners, you realize just how much the grammys suck.

    1960s: Mrs. Robinson- Simon and Garfunkel                                                        1970s: Killing Me Softly with His Song- Roberta Flack too many hotel California votes                                                       1980s: Beat It? Nothing stands out to me, the 80s were a terrible time for music imo.                                                                   1990s: I Will Always Love You- Whitney Houston                                                           2000s: Rehab- Amy Winehouse, Clocks is a great one too.                                               2010s: Rolling in the Deep- Adele, there are only about 5 songs nominated from this decade that are even decent though.

     

     

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    Award Chaos
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    I went a little further

    1960s. Best: Mrs. Robinson – Simon & Garfunkel
    Favorite: The Girl from Ipanema – Astrud Gilberto & Stan Getz
    Best Loser: Yesterday – The Beatles
    Favorite Loser: Ode to Billie Joe – Bobby Gentry
    1970s: Best: Hotel California – The Eagles
    Favorite: First Time Ever I Saw Your Face – Roberta Flack
    Best Loser: American Pie – Don McLean
    Favorite Loser: Blue Bayou – Linda Ronstadt
    1980s: Best: Beat It – Michael Jackson
    Favorite: Bette Davis Eyes – Kim Carnes
    Best Loser: I Will Survive – Gloria Gaynor
    Favorite Loser: Fast Car – Tracy Chapman
    1990s: Best: Tears In Heaven – Eric Clapton
    Favorite: I Will Always Love You – Whitney Houston
    Best Loser: Losing My Religion – REM
    Favorite Loser: 1979 – The Smashing Pumpkins
    2000s: Best: Rehab – Amy Winehouse
    Favorite: Clocks – Coldplay
    Best Loser: Lose Yourself – Eminem
    Favorite Loser: I Try – Macy Gray
    2010s: Best: Rolling in the Deep – Adele
    Favorite: Somebody That I Used to Know – Goyte & Kimbra
    Best Loser: Royals – Lorde
    Favorite Loser – Shake It Off – Taylor Swift

    What do you think?

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