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Nancy Sinatra, "These Boots Are Made For Walkin'" ### Encouraged by Lee Hazlewood to sing the song as if she were a sixteen-year-old girl brushing off the advances of a forty-year-old man, Sinatra delivers an empowering "step off" message with a fresh, snappy attitude. The most sway-able of our picks, "Where Did Our Love Go" was The Supremes' first #1 hit, and deservedly so.

Not just because of his preternaturally athletic voice, but because of their narrative momentum."In Dreams" is a perfect example: in contrast to the rigid structure of most pop music, the song moves forward, unfolding new sections rather than returning to old ones.Where Mc Cartney's breakup songs tended to focus on the collapse of the relationship itself, Lennon's have a haunted loneliness, as if the whole world has turned on him ("Everywhere, people stare… In the Lennon ouevre, the departure of a woman has him questioning the very meaning of his life.See also "I'm a Loser." For me, his greatest is a toss-up between this Dylanesque lament and the eerie, Oedipal "Yes It Is," but it's hard to argue with "You've Got To Hide Your Love Away." — 15. " ### From the first claps, there's no mistaking this Motown classic.Where and when: Hoboken, New Jersey, 1938Arrested for: Seducing a single woman in good repute, then a criminal offence.

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Outcome: Sinatra was released on $1,500 bond, but a month later he was arrested again and the charge was changed to adultery (the woman in question turned out to be married). Where and when: Sussex, England,1967Arrested for: Amphetamine possession.Her performance starts off relatively low-key and mournful, but by ("I was just, I was just, I was sitting here thinking of your kiss, and your warm embrace"), she's fully in the over-the-top truth of the song: sometimes, it'd be easier to never see again than see someone you love walk away. Nina Simone, "Ne Me Quitte Pas" ### "Ne Me Quitte Pas" may not be Nina Simone's most well-known performance, but it's definitely one of her best.You don't need to speak French to hear that this song is about begging someone not to leave.For every man whose heart's been broken by a free-spirited artist type, Mick Jagger sings the words we thought but were afraid to say. Edith Piaf, "Non, Je Ne Regrette Rien" ### "Non, Je Ne Regrette Rien" makes me feel like I should be forlornly walking through a labyrinth of cobbled streets, but be viewing myself from a shaky-cam tracking shot instead of looking out of my eyes.It's in French, but you can still tell that it's about love lost without understanding a word. Marvin Gaye, "I Heard It Through the Grapevine" ### It was Motown producer Norman Whitfield's idea to have Marvin Gaye sing this song in a register close to the top of his range, so the desperation in his voice is equal parts physical and emotional.Still, though Alex Chilton was only eighteen when this song came out, he sounds like he's been through sixty years of pain.

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Outcome: Sinatra was released on $1,500 bond, but a month later he was arrested again and the charge was changed to adultery (the woman in question turned out to be married). Where and when: Sussex, England,1967Arrested for: Amphetamine possession.

Her performance starts off relatively low-key and mournful, but by ("I was just, I was just, I was sitting here thinking of your kiss, and your warm embrace"), she's fully in the over-the-top truth of the song: sometimes, it'd be easier to never see again than see someone you love walk away. Nina Simone, "Ne Me Quitte Pas" ### "Ne Me Quitte Pas" may not be Nina Simone's most well-known performance, but it's definitely one of her best.

You don't need to speak French to hear that this song is about begging someone not to leave.

For every man whose heart's been broken by a free-spirited artist type, Mick Jagger sings the words we thought but were afraid to say. Edith Piaf, "Non, Je Ne Regrette Rien" ### "Non, Je Ne Regrette Rien" makes me feel like I should be forlornly walking through a labyrinth of cobbled streets, but be viewing myself from a shaky-cam tracking shot instead of looking out of my eyes.

It's in French, but you can still tell that it's about love lost without understanding a word. Marvin Gaye, "I Heard It Through the Grapevine" ### It was Motown producer Norman Whitfield's idea to have Marvin Gaye sing this song in a register close to the top of his range, so the desperation in his voice is equal parts physical and emotional.

Still, though Alex Chilton was only eighteen when this song came out, he sounds like he's been through sixty years of pain.

,500 bond, but a month later he was arrested again and the charge was changed to adultery (the woman in question turned out to be married). Where and when: Sussex, England,1967Arrested for: Amphetamine possession.Her performance starts off relatively low-key and mournful, but by ("I was just, I was just, I was sitting here thinking of your kiss, and your warm embrace"), she's fully in the over-the-top truth of the song: sometimes, it'd be easier to never see again than see someone you love walk away. Nina Simone, "Ne Me Quitte Pas" ### "Ne Me Quitte Pas" may not be Nina Simone's most well-known performance, but it's definitely one of her best.You don't need to speak French to hear that this song is about begging someone not to leave.For every man whose heart's been broken by a free-spirited artist type, Mick Jagger sings the words we thought but were afraid to say. Edith Piaf, "Non, Je Ne Regrette Rien" ### "Non, Je Ne Regrette Rien" makes me feel like I should be forlornly walking through a labyrinth of cobbled streets, but be viewing myself from a shaky-cam tracking shot instead of looking out of my eyes.It's in French, but you can still tell that it's about love lost without understanding a word. Marvin Gaye, "I Heard It Through the Grapevine" ### It was Motown producer Norman Whitfield's idea to have Marvin Gaye sing this song in a register close to the top of his range, so the desperation in his voice is equal parts physical and emotional.Still, though Alex Chilton was only eighteen when this song came out, he sounds like he's been through sixty years of pain.