Snap Poll: Which Song Has Five Wins Left In It?

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Janos Marton is a lawyer, advocate and writer.
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3 Responses to Snap Poll: Which Song Has Five Wins Left In It?

  1. To clarify this, these are the songs still left alive, alphabetically:

    Sister Golden Hair America
    Sprawl II Arcade Fire
    Atlantic City Bruce Springsteen
    Let Me Go Cake
    Up Around The Bend Creedence Clearwater Revival
    I Believe In A Thing Called Love Darkness, The
    Romeo and Juliet Dire Straits
    Home Edward Sharpe & The Magnetic Zeroes
    I’d Rather Go Blind Etta James
    Ooh La La Faces, The
    Landslide Fleetwood Mac
    Dog Days Are Over Florence & The Machine
    Midnight Train To Georgia Gladys Knight And The Pips
    Clint Eastwood Gorillaz, The
    Higher and Higher Jackie Wilson
    Bad Reputation Joan Jett
    Sunny Afternoon Kinks, The
    Crabbuckit K-os
    A Kiss To Build A Dream On Louis Armstrong
    Home Marc Broussard
    Ain’t No Mountain High Enough Marvin Gaye & Tammi Terrell
    Little Lion Man Mumford and Sons
    One Big Holiday My Morning Jacket
    I’ve Been Loving You Too Long Otis Redding
    Somebody To Love (Live In Montreal) Queen
    Fake Plastic Trees Radiohead
    You Are The Best Thing Ray LaMontagne
    Portions For Foxes Rilo Kiley
    Jumping Jack Flash Rolling Stones, The
    You’ve Really Got A Hold On Me Smokey Robinson & The Miracles
    Someday Strokes, The
    Still Haven’t Found What I’m Looking For U2

  2. oh and my vote is Midnight Train To Georgia

  3. janos marton says:

    I should have also clarified that the six songs listed above had the six highest scores in the Round of 64. For example, Fake Plastic Trees, which a couple of people voted for last snap poll, averaged a full point less than some of the songs listed above.

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