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TOP 50 Deep House Songs of 2018

Songs have been written about every topic imaginable, but the best ones -- from swooning '50s ballads to contemporary club bangers -- have been penned about the ups and downs of being in love. We are counting down the top 50 Hot hits with a form of the word "love" in the title.

11 Powerful Song Lyrics That Changed Our Lives Forever

In fact, a few could literally drive you nuts. But the following tunes—some as old as Mozart, others as current as Beyonce? So, ladies and gentlemen, put your hands together for the ultimate power playlist. Let the countdown begin! A sewage treatment plant in Treuenbrietzen, Germany, has experimented with different operas, playing them at high volume through loudspeakers set up around the site.

Or that is at least the case when they transcend mere bubble-gum and strain for grandeur. Here, then, is a thoroughly unscientific but completely from the heart list of the greatest lyrics ever. They run from the clever to the overblown, the gritty to the gaudy. What they all have in common is the ability to make you stop dead in your tracks and feel as if your world has briefly been tipped head over heels. Yet their slower songs have become unjustly obscured as the decades have rolled by.

Get ready to swoon, swing and sway to the best love songs of all time.

Sure, you've been playing "Like a Rolling Stone," "Satisfaction" and any number of Beatles songs in your house since the kids were in diapers, but now that they're almost grown-ups, we think it's time to share some other great yet maybe not as obvious songs that most of us know and love. The following 50 deep tracks are some of our all-time favorites. Listen to the entire playlist here. And we'd love to hear what yours are or if we're out of our minds for our picks in the comments below. Just months before they would forever change the face of rock with the game-changing concept album, "Tommy," the Who — then still largely a singles pop band — released this little chestnut that remained so cool that nearly 50 years later, it inspired three kids from Milwaukee to name their indie rock band after it. For all the critical praise Clapton's vanity project, Derek and the Dominos, has received over the years, this amazing little tag-team guitar duel between Clapton and his brother-in-licks, Duane Allman, has somehow managed to escape the lion's share of that praise. Listen here.

Nalini has an ear for curating good music. Chances are she's made or will eventually make a list that fits your musical needs. Music is one of the many things that causes us to experience complex emotions and, while happiness is a worthwhile endeavor, there is validity, purpose, and meaning in our sadness. Sure, I like to tap my toes to a happy tune as much as the next person, but tapping into the deep stuff can also be an extremely worthwhile and cathartic endeavor. There is much meaning that can be derived from melancholy. In fact, sad music does not merely evoke sadness. Researchers have discovered that, sometimes, listening to sad music actually makes us feel happier, more romantic, less doomed, and supports our emotional well-being.

Whether it's an upbeat track that makes you want to get up and dance or a heartfelt ballad that brings a tear to your eye, there's no doubt that music is pretty powerful. We all have that one song that can bring you back to an old memory like it was just yesterday. Legendary U2 rocker Bono once said, "Music can change the world because it can change people. We asked our Facebook fans to tell us which song lyrics changed their lives forever and still have a huge emotional impact on them today. Scroll through to see their responses and let us know in comments which lyrics stand out to you.

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  1. What are the worst lyrics in a hit song of any genre that was popular in the .. DEMONS (IMAGINE DRAGONS): This song has got the best lyrics and very deep . That song I no longer play at shows and I cringe every time it's on the radio.

  2. But the following tunes—some as old as Mozart, others as current as Beyonce? It was the best reception a Ricky Martin song had been given in years. It's part of Cage's larger exploration of how music exists in time and space; . ever, NASA beamed a song, The Beatles' “Across the Universe,” directly into deep space.

  3. Three years later, Wilson and the Boys would surpass the master with a song that lifted the notion of the sophisticated love song clean into the heavens.

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