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

Erika Brooks Adickman | September 24, 2010 2:19 pm

The end is near for Friday Video Time, and as we prepared our penultimate list of the best songs that begin with a specific letter of the alphabet, we managed to do something never before done with our previous 24 letters. This week, not only do our top songs from the past 50 years start with the same letter, they also start with the same word: “you”.  Jump below to check out the best “You” songs from the last five decades.

Remember, next week is our last in this series—so if you want your “Z” song selections heard, comment now or forever hold your peace.

’60s: “You Can’t Always Get What You Want” – Rolling Stones

’70s: “You’re The One That I Want” – Grease

’80s: “You Make My Dreams Come True” – Hall & Oates

’90s: “You Oughta Know” – Alanis Morissette

’00s: “You Know I’m No Good” – Amy Winehouse