FRIDAY VIDEO TIME: The Highly Subjective Totally Debatable List Of The Best Songs That Start With The Letter “G”

Erika Brooks Adickman | May 14, 2010 10:52 am

It’s time again for our weekly series “Friday Video Time” where we honor the top songs over the last 50 years that start with a specific letter of the alphabet. This week we cover the letter “G”. Our list this week includes a few “Goodbyes” and one band that recently collaborated with Janelle Monae. Don’t agree with us on our selections? We’re cool with that. Just leave your comments below, and don’t forget we’ll be doing the letter “H” next Friday. So if there’s a song you think deserves a slot, give us a shout.

Jump below to see the best “G” songs over the last 50 years.

60’s – “Gimme Shelter” – Rolling Stones

70’s – “Go Your Own Way” – Fleetwood Mac

80’s – “Goodbye Girl” – Squeeze

90’s – “Goodbye Earl” – Dixie Chicks

00’s – “Gronlandic Edit” – Of Montreal

And if you’d like to listen to our “G” songs as one continuous mix, now you can. Click our playlist widget below.  And get this, it’s embeddable and changeable. So if you’d like to add it to your own blog with a few other “G” song selections of your own, be our guest. Be sure link it below so we can check it out for ourselves!