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

Erika Brooks Adickman | August 20, 2010 3:59 pm

Welcome back to our weekly series where we highlight the top songs over the last 50 years that start with a specific letter of the alphabet. We’re winding our list down as we reach the letter “T” this week. Our list this Friday includes a song that a big “Thank You” as well as a classic bar anthem we’re thankful came to us in the ’90s. And if you’re thinking that Michael Jackson’s mega hit “Thriller” is on this list—you should know by now that we’re never that obvious with our selections. Remember if you don’t agree with our picks, then leave your comments for us below.

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

’60s – “Thank You (Falettinme Be Mice Elf Agin)” – Sly And The Family Stone

’70s – “Tusk” – Fleetwood Mac (seen here from their 1997 VH1 taping of The Dance joined by the USC marching band)

’80s – “Take Me Home” – Phil Collins

’90s – “Tubthumping” – Chumbawamba

’00s – “Time Is Running Out” – Muse