iTunes Top 200: #56 – 65

itunes_image3 years ago, we first counted down the then Top 100 songs in my iTunes library. Since that time, I’ve successfully managed to migrate my music collection to a new PC with the stats intact. So, I figured it was time to take another look, expanding out the field to the top 200 songs, based on number of plays as of January 1, 2016.

Today, we finish off the remaining songs tied for 65th with 22 listens and start the group of songs tied for 56th with 23 listens since 2007.

#65: Foo Fighters – My Hero
iTunes stats: 22 plays, most recently on 9/28/2015
Previous ranking: #41

A live version from the bands live acoustic album released in 2006.

FooFighters#65: Foo Fighters – Monkey Wrench
iTunes stats: 22 plays, most recently on 8/30/2015
Previous ranking: #76

The first single from the band’s second album, the song chronicled the disintegration of singer/song writer Dave Grohl’s four-year marriage to Jennifer Youngblood.

#65: Eminem – Lose Yourself
iTunes stats: 22 plays, most recently on 9/2/2014
Previous ranking: #41

The song was written during the filming of the movie in which it appeared, 8 Mile.

#65: Cher with Beavis & Butt-head – I Got You Babe
iTunes stats: 22 plays, most recently on 5/16/2015
Previous ranking: #58

This remake featuring the cartoon duo also appeared on Volume 12 of my mix tapes.

#65: Bell Biv DeVoe – Do Me!
iTunes stats: 22 plays, most recently on 2/6/2015
Previous ranking: #58

This follow-up hit from the former members of New Edition also appeared on Tape 1 of my mix tapes.

#65: The Beatles – Help!

iTunes stats: 22 plays, most recently on 7/20/2015
Previous ranking: #54

The title song for both the 1965 film and its soundtrack album.

#56: Saved By The Bell Theme
iTunes stats: 23 plays, most recently on 11/13/2014
Previous ranking: #41

The theme song from NBC’s Saturday morning staple.

#56: Mott The Hoople – All The Young Dudes
iTunes stats: 23 plays, most recently on 9/14/2015
Previous ranking: #54

Written by the recently-departed David Bowie, the song was rated #253 in the list of The 500 Greatest Songs of All Time by Rolling Stone.

#56: Mötley Crüe – Don’t Go Away Mad (Just Go Away)
iTunes stats: 23 plays, most recently on 11/16/2015
Previous ranking: #41

This hit from the former glam band also appeared on Volume 5 of my mix tapes.

#56: Great White – Once Bitten Twice Shy
iTunes stats: 23 plays, most recently on 7/24/2015
Previous ranking: #58

This one big hit from the band best known for a fire also appeared on Volume 4 of my mix tapes.

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