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Here are the songs of 2004. The good, the bad, the rock, the roll, the classical and the heavy. It's all about the music and it's all about what was around in 2004.
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  1. Lonely

    Lonely (2003)


    "Lonely" (also known as "Mr. Lonely") is a single by Senegalese-American R&B and hip hop singer Akon; it appears on his debut album, Trouble. The single was released in 2005 and was his first worldwide hit. It reached number one in several countries, including in the United Kingdom and Germany (where it stayed there for eight weeks), and Australia. It was also highly popular in France where it reached number two, and in the United States when it peaked at #4. An edited version is on Radio Disney's playlist and on Radio Disney Jams, Vol. 8.

  2. Call My Name

    Call My Name (2004)


    "Call My Name" is a song by Prince, from his 2004 album Musicology. The song won the Grammy Award for Best Male R&B Vocal Performance in 2005.

  3. How Great is Our God

    How Great is Our God (2004)


    "How Great Is Our God" is a song written by Chris Tomlin, Jesse Reeves, and Ed Cash, originally featured on Tomlin's album Arriving, that reached number one on the Billboard Hot Christian Songs chart. It is also featured live on Tomlin's Live from Austin Music Hall album. As of February 2007, it also is the most popular worship song today, according to CCLI's top 25 worship songs chart. It also reached number one on Christian Music Weekly's 20 the Countdown Magazine's Top 20 Worship Songs Chart. The song won "Song of the Year" and "Worship Song of the Year" at the 2006 GMA Dove Awards, and "Worship Song of the Year" again at the 2008 GMA Dove Awards.

  4. When The Sun Goes Down

    When The Sun Goes Down (2003)


    "When the Sun Goes Down" is a song written by Brett James, and recorded by American country music artist Kenny Chesney featuring Uncle Kracker. It was released in February 2004 as the second single and title track from Chesney's album When the Sun Goes Down. The song reached the top of the Billboard Hot Country Singles & Tracks chart on April 3, holding the number one position for five weeks. It also reached number 26 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart. It was Uncle Kracker's first appearance on the country music charts, his next one being Smile.

  5. Holy is The Lord

    Holy is The Lord (2004)


    "Holy Is the Lord" is a song by Chris Tomlin, featured on his album Arriving, that reached number one on the Billboard Hot Christian Songs chart, and won the "Worship Song of the Year" award at the 2007 GMA Dove Awards. It reached number thirteen on CCLI's top five hundred worship songs list of 2005, and number seven on CCLI's Top 25 Worship Songs List, as of August 2007.

  6. Hollaback Girl

    Hollaback Girl (2004)


    "Hollaback Girl" is a song by American recording artist Gwen Stefani from her debut solo album, Love. Angel. Music. Baby. (2004). As part of Stefani's vision of creating "a silly dance record", the song is influenced by 1980s dance and pop music. The song was written by Stefani, Pharrell Williams, and Chad Hugo as a response to Courtney Love's statement that Stefani was a "cheerleader" in an interview with Seventeen magazine.

  7. Cool

    Cool (2004)


    "Cool" is a song by American recording artist Gwen Stefani, from her debut solo album, Love. Angel. Music. Baby. (2004). Written by Dallas Austin and Stefani, the song was released to mainstream radio in the United States in July 2005 as the album's fourth single. It was written by Austin basing the song on No Doubt's "Simple Kind of Life", but he did not finish it. He then asked for help from Stefani, and they finished the song in fifteen minutes. The single's musical style and production were inspired by pop and New Wave arrangements from the 1980s, and its lyrics chronicle a relationship in which two lovers have separated, but remain "cool" with each other as good friends.

  8. Luxurious

    Luxurious (2004)


    "Luxurious" is a song by American recording artist Gwen Stefani from her debut solo album, Love. Angel. Music. Baby. (2004). Written by Stefani and Tony Kanal, the track contains a sample of The Isley Brothers' 1983 song "Between the Sheets".

  9. This is How a Heart Breaks

    This is How a Heart Breaks (2005)


    "This Is How a Heart Breaks" was released in June 2005 as the second single from Matchbox Twenty frontman Rob Thomas's debut album, …Something to Be. The song was moderately successful on the charts peaking at number 52 in the USA and number 13 in Australia. It was certified gold by the RIAA selling over 500,000 copies and in 2006 it won a Grammy for Best Rock Vocal Performance, Solo.

  10. Rich Girl

    Rich Girl (2004)


    "Rich Girl" is a song by American recording artist Gwen Stefani from her debut solo album, Love. Angel. Music. Baby. (2004). Produced by Dr. Dre, the track features rapper Eve, and is a remake of Louchie Lou & Michie One's 1993 song of the same name, which was in turn an adaptation of the Fiddler on the Roof song "If I Were a Rich Man". Stefani says the song discusses her dreams of fame and riches from the perspective of "when she was just an Orange County girl".

  11. Stolen

    Stolen (2004)


    "Stolen" is the second and last single from Jay Sean's debut album Me Against Myself. It was released on 25 October 2004 and debuted at #4 on the UK Singles Chart, making it his highest charting UK single until "Down." It sold over 39,000 copies in the United Kingdom. The song contains a sample from the classic Bollywood song "Chura Liya Hai" sung by Asha Bhosle from the 1973 film Yaadon Ki Baaraat.

  12. Never

    Never (2005)


    "Never" is Keyshia Cole's debut solo single from her debut album The Way It Is. The song features Eve. It appears as the last track on the album but was not released as the first single. It was released as a single for the Barbershop 2: Back in Business movie soundtrack. Although the song never charted on the Billboard 100, promo CDs of the song were distributed world wide for radio DJs. A former Atlanta Rhythmic Top 40 radio station, 95.5 The Beat, was one of the first ones to spin the song in medium rotation. The song samples Never Too Much by Luther Vandross.

  13. Because of You

    Because of You (2004)


    "Because of You" is a song recorded by American pop singer Kelly Clarkson for her second studio album, Breakaway (2004). It was written by Clarkson along with its producers David Hodges and Ben Moody. It was released on August 16, 2005 by RCA Records, as the third single from Breakaway. Clarkson originally wrote "Because of You" when she was 16 years old to cope with the emotional distress caused by her parents' divorce. She wanted the song to be included on her debut studio album, Thankful (2003), but her record label thought that it was not suitable to be included in the album. She then polished the song with Hodges and Moody before successfully convincing her label to include it on Breakaway.

  14. Crash

    Crash (2004)


    "Crash" is a song by American recording artist Gwen Stefani from her debut solo album, Love. Angel. Music. Baby. (2004). Written by Stefani and Tony Kanal, the song uses automobile metaphors to describe a relationship, and it received mixed reviews from critics. Not originally planned as a single, the song was released as the album's sixth and final single in early 2006 during Stefani's pregnancy.

  15. Mockingbird

    Mockingbird (2004)


    "Mockingbird" is a song by American rapper Eminem, released as the fourth single from his fifth studio album, Encore. It peaked at number eleven on the Billboard Hot 100, and number four in the United Kingdom. It received a Grammy nomination for Best Rap Solo Performance. "Mockingbird" was later included on Eminem's compilation album Curtain Call: The Hits. The song is another that addresses Eminem's relationship with his daughter Hailie Jade, his adopted daughter Alaina and his relationship with their mother Kim. The single cover features a still from the video with Eminem sitting on the couch.

  16. I Still...

    I Still... (2005)


    "I Still..." was the third and final single from the Backstreet Boys' fifth studio album, Never Gone. The single was not released in the United States. The single debuted at number 1 on the Japan International Singles Chart with 20,182 copies (Japan) sold during first week.

  17. Beautiful Soul

    Beautiful Soul (2004)


    "Beautiful Soul" is a song recorded by Jesse McCartney. It was released as his first single and the first single from his debut album, Beautiful Soul at the end of 2004 in North America and Oceania. The single charted in several countries in Europe in 2006, including the UK. It was a number one hit in Australia. It was later certified Gold by in the United States and Platinum in Australia.

  18. Burn For You

    Burn For You


    "Burn for You" is a huge hit by Christian rapper tobyMac from his 2004 album Welcome to Diverse City. "Burn for You" peaked at No. 10 on the Christian Songs chart, and 11 on

  19. Sea Of Heartbreak

    Sea Of Heartbreak (1961)


    "Sea of Heartbreak" is a song written by Paul Hampton and Hal David and recorded by Don Gibson in 1961. The song reached #2 on the Billboard Hot Country Singles & Tracks chart.

  20. Behind These Hazel Eyes

    Behind These Hazel Eyes (2004)


    "Behind These Hazel Eyes" is a song recorded by American pop Kelly Clarkson for her second studio album, Breakaway (2004). It was written by Clarkson with the song's producers Max Martin and Dr. Luke. The song was released on April 12, 2005 as the second single from the album. Clarkson considered "Behind These Hazel Eyes" as one of her favorite songs and she once intended to name Breakaway after the song. "Behind These Hazel Eyes" is an uptempo pop rock song that incorporates crunchy guitars which are pulsated with driving beats and anthemic choruses; it narrates Clarkson's broken relationship with her ex-boyfriend.

  21. Beautiful Disaster

    Beautiful Disaster (2003)


    "Beautiful Disaster" is a song recorded by American recording artist Kelly Clarkson, from her debut studio album, Thankful (2003). Written by Rebekah Jordan and Matthew Wilder, who also handled the production, "Beautiful Disaster" is a pop rock song that reflects a woman's prayer about a man whom she loves despite his iniquities. A live piano version of the song was included as the closing track on her second studio album, Breakaway (2004).

  22. Spoiled

    Spoiled (2004)


    "Spoiled" is a song by English soul singer-songwriter Joss Stone from her second studio album, Mind Body & Soul (2004). Written by Stone, Lamont Dozier and Beau Dozier, and released in March 2005 as the album's third single, the ballad peaked at number thirty-two on the UK Singles Chart—where it remained for two weeks only—, becoming the album's lowest-charting single in the UK. It appears on the UK version of Now That's What I Call Music! 60.

  23. How Could You

    How Could You (2004)


    "How Could You " is a R&B single by Mario. It is the second single from his second studio album Turning Point. The single was released on March 2005.The single debuted on the Billboard Hot 100 at number 93. How Could You also debuted in Australia Singles Top 50 at number 43. The song was produced by The Underdogs and co-written by singer J. Valentine. The official remix of the song was produced by Scott Storch and Dr. Dre.

  24. Walk Away

    Walk Away (2004)


    "Walk Away" is a song recorded by American pop singer Kelly Clarkson for her second studio album, Breakaway (2004). It was written and produced by Chantal Kreviazuk, Raine Maida and Kara DioGuardi, with additional writing from Clarkson. The song talks about a relationship that is not working out and she wants a lover who will support her, not disappear when she needs him the most. It is a prominent pop rock song.

  25. Ghetto Gospel

    Ghetto Gospel (2004)


    "Ghetto Gospel" is a song by rapper Tupac Shakur, which was originally released as the second single on his posthumous 2004 album Loyal to the Game. It samples Elton John's 1971 hit, "Indian Sunset". The single topped the charts in the United Kingdom for 3 weeks, Australia and the Republic of Ireland.

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