Are These Really The Greatest Songs?

Are These Really The Greatest Songs?

FILE - In a Tuesday, July 27, 2010 file photo, Aretha Franklin performs at The Mann Center for the Performing Arts in Philadelphia. A spokeswoman for Aretha Franklin says in a statement that the singing legend's son Eddie Franklin was severely beaten at a gas station in Detroit on Monday night, Sept. 20, 2010 and was undergoing surgery at a Detroit-area hospital. (AP Photo/Matt Rourke, File)

“Rolling Stone”updated their 500 Greatest Songs of All Time for the first time in 17 years and it may look different from your list!

Top 20:

1.  “Respect”,  Aretha Franklin.

2.  “Fight the Power”,  Public Enemy.

3.  “A Change Is Gonna Come”,  Sam Cooke.

4.  “Like a Rolling Stone”,  Bob Dylan.

5.  “Smells Like Teen Spirit”,  Nirvana.

6.  “What’s Going On”,  Marvin Gaye.

7.  “Strawberry Fields Forever”,  The Beatles.

8.  “Get Ur Freak On”,  Missy Elliott.

9.  “Dreams”,  Fleetwood Mac.

10.  “Hey Ya!”,  Outkast.

11.  “God Only Knows”,  The Beach Boys.

12.  “Superstition”,  Stevie Wonder.

13.  “Gimme Shelter”,  The Rolling Stones.

14.  “Waterloo Sunset”,  The Kinks.

15.  “I Want to Hold Your Hand”,  The Beatles.

16.  “Crazy in Love”,  Beyoncé featuring Jay-Z.

17.  “Bohemian Rhapsody”,  Queen.

18.  “Purple Rain”,  Prince and the Revolution.

19.  “Imagine”,  John Lennon.

20.  “Dancing on My Own”,  Robyn.

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