Top Ten Songs For February 23, 2012 – What becomes a legend most? Morbidly, death. What becomes a Grammy-winner most? Apparently multiple facetime in the Top of the Charts list, so it is bye-bye, so long, farewell to LMFAO and hello ladies of pop this week (and for God’s sake, what can we do to move Rihanna down the list, just a little, teensy bit).

1. Part Of MeKaty Perry So she’s back in the top ten, debuting in the number one spot and, we must assume, she’ll be sticking around this list for the next few weeks. Go figure.

2. Set Fire To The RainAdele Hey, Adele’s still in the top ten with this song. Good for you, Adele. Good for you.

3. I Will Always Love YouWhitney Houston I sure wish “Savin’ All My Love For You” was getting as much attention as this song, but what can you do?

4. Stronger (What Doesn’t Kill You)Kelly Clarkson Actually, what doesn’t kill you makes you weaker and more susceptible for relapse, more painful symptoms and a greatly shortened lifespan, but that’s hard to rhyme.

5. Rolling In The DeepAdele That’s enough, Adele.

6. We Are YoungFun featuring Janelle Monae Considering the genetic makeup of this week’s list, this song would have better luck credited as Janelle Monae with Fun…

7. Someone Like YouAdele That’s enough, Adele!

8. We Found LoveRihanna Featuring Calvin Harris This song is slicker than snot on a doorknob and twice as difficult to get rid of.

9. StarshipsNicki Minaj This song says so much about Nicki Minaj and the state of Mid-East diplomacy in the rising crisis among nations seeking democracy. Actually no, it says nothing.

10. Turn Up The MusicChris Brown Whatever.

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