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Top 10 Pink Songs

Pink has been entertaining the masses for over a decade, making the exclamation point she uses to distinguish her name so well-deserved. Her rebellious pop sound has been displayed over five studio albums, which together have gone on to sell over 30 million copies worldwide. The Pennsylvania native has won numerous awards, including two Grammys, and because of the far-reaching success of her edgy, chart-topping singles, she continues to be one of the most iconic pop stars of the millennium. There were many to choose from, but here we list the Top 10 Pink Songs, as rated by AOL Radio Listeners.
'God is a DJ'
Pink's free-spirited nature truly shines through in the second single off her third album, in which she sings, "If God is a DJ / Life is a dance floor / Love is a rhythm / You are the music." Although 'Try This' is considered Pink's least successful LP, the life-loving single still comes in as the No. 10 best song on our list.
Pink God is a DJ
'Who Knew'
Inspired by the death of a childhood friend, 'Who Knew' tugs at heartstrings with its emotional chorus: "If someone said three years from now / You'd be long gone I'd stand up and punch them out / Cause they're all wrong / I know better / Cause you said forever / And ever, who knew?" The song reached No. 1 on Billboard's Pop 100 chart.
Pink Who Knew
'So What'
The first single from 'Funhouse' reached No. 1 in 25 countries thanks to its I'm-better-off-without-you lyrics. Pink separated from her husband, Carey Hart, in February 2008, six months before the single was released, however Hart appears in several scenes of the memorable music video. The two have since reconnected and are expecting their first child.
Pink So What
'Please Don't Leave Me'
Pink shows off her vulnerable side in the third single from her 2008 album 'Funhouse.' She admits to being "obnoxious" and not treating her beau ideally, and her chorus shows that she's ultimately filled with regret. In 2009, a censored version of the music video was released because of its original violent content, inspired by 'Misery' and 'The Shining.'
Pink Please Don't Leave Me
'Get the Party Started'
The lead single from Pink's second album, 'Missundaztood,' quickly became an international hit, keeping the singer out of the "sophomore slump." It is one of the star's most recognizable songs, marked by its prominent line, "I'm comin' up so you better get this party started," which, at that point in her career, had more meanings than one. The track also earned a Grammy nod for Best Female Pop Vocal Performance.
Pink Get the Party Started
In 2009, Pink said that 'Sober' is a "dark, kind of sad song" about "the vices we choose." The single, featured on her fifth studio album 'Funhouse,' earned the singer a 2010 Grammy nomination for Best Female Pop Vocal Performance. It peaked at No. 1 on Billboard's Adult Pop Songs chart and No. 15 on the Top 100 chart.
Pink Sober
'U + Ur Hand'
The pop star delivers the ultimate rejection in song form with her 2006 hit, which, in true Pink fashion, doesn't mince words. Pink was scheduled to perform the single on 'Idol Gives Back,' but when execs found out about the song's subject matter, they asked her to change the lyrics. She refused, and sang 'Who Knew' instead.
Pink U and UR Hand
'Don't Let Me Get Me'
Pink explores being her own worst enemy in the second single from her 2002 album, 'Missundaztood.' She can't get anything right and fantasizes about being someone else, while making one of her signature pop culture references: "Tired of being compared to damn Britney Spears." The song reached No. 1 on Billboard's Pop Songs chart.
Pink Don't Let Me Get Me
'Most Girls'
While Pink has infused a rock vibe into many of her pop hits, 'Most Girls,' showcases the singer's R&B chops. The song was the second single from the singer's debut solo album, and helped carve out a spot for her in the pop world. The song was written by Damon Thomas and Kenneth "Babyface" Edmonds, co-founder of Pink's label LaFace.
Pink Most Girls
'Just Like a Pill'
'Just Like a Pill' compares Pink's lover, and trying breakup, to a drug that has adverse effects. "And I swear, you're just like a pill / Instead of making me better, you keep making me ill." The 2002 song became an international hit, and beyond incorporating one of the diva's most effective similes, it is also the No. 1 Pink song on our list.
Pink Just Like a Pill
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