The Grammys' 53 Record Of The Year Winners, In Order

53. Phil Collins, "Another Day in Paradise" [1991]

52. The 5th Dimension, "Up, Up and Away" [1968]

51. Olivia Newton-John, "I Honestly Love You" [1975]

50. Celine Dion, "My Heart Will Go On" [1999]

49. Herb Alpert and the Tijuana Brass, "A Taste of Honey" [1966]

48. Bobby McFerrin, "Don't Worry, Be Happy" [1989]

47. Captain & Tennille, "Love Will Keep Us Together" [1976]

46. Shawn Colvin, "Sunny Came Home" [1998]

45. Natalie Cole with Nat King Cole, "Unforgettable" [1992]

44. Bette Midler, "Wind Beneath My Wings" [1990]

43. Whitney Houston, "I Will Always Love You" [1994]

42. Kings of Leon, "Use Somebody" [2010]

41. Henry Mancini, "Moon River" [1962]

40. Domenico Modugno, "Nel Blu Dipinto Di Blu (Volare)" [1959]

39. Henry Mancini, "Days of Wine and Roses" [1964]

38. Eric Clapton, "Change the World" [1997]

37. Seal, "Kiss from a Rose" [1996]

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In order of quality, has to be. Be curious to know what folks think is the first actually good song on the list. Mine is No. 28, though I think it's actually a little low.


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Phaser Flanger
Phaser Flanger

In order of how dead and unwatched the overseas owned grammy awards is, how dead and unbought the music industry is and how everyone downloads and, gasp, makes their own music with real musical instruments for free in this time and era. Goodbye, Grammys. No one ever watched you anyway.

David Toyos
David Toyos

what order are we talking about here

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