Top Songs February 2013

Thrift Shop (feat. Wanz) [Explicit]

Macklemore & Ryan Lewis

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Ho Hey

The Lumineers

[amazonmp3 asin=”B007M45QRE”]

 

I Knew You Were Trouble.

Taylor Swift

[amazonmp3 asin=”B009VLXC7M”]

 

When I Was Your Man

Bruno Mars

[amazonmp3 asin=”B00AHXIEFS”]

 

Locked Out Of Heaven

Bruno Mars

[amazonmp3 asin=”B009KGKF3M”]

 

Scream & Shout

Will.I.Am

[amazonmp3 asin=”B00AAJFAP6″]

 

We Are Young (feat. Janelle Monáe)

Fun.

[amazonmp3 asin=”B005LAZP18″]

 

Home

Phillip Phillips

[amazonmp3 asin=”B00A3AUH9Q”]

 

Gangnam Style

Psy

[amazonmp3 asin=”B00970FKQ8″]

 

Somebody That I Used To Know

Gotye

[amazonmp3 asin=”B006ZDU8EE”]

 

Suit & Tie

Justin Timberlake featuring JAY Z

[amazonmp3 asin=”B00B165ELW”]

 

I Cry

Flo Rida

[amazonmp3 asin=”B008BLVLZ8″]

 

Girl On Fire

Alicia Keys

[amazonmp3 asin=”B0094JYRXE”]

 

Better Dig Two

The Band Perry

[amazonmp3 asin=”B009Y4FXT6″]

 

Stay

Rihanna

[amazonmp3 asin=”B00A7ZWXXA”]

 

Harlem Shake

Baauer

[amazonmp3 asin=”B0087V0ALS”]

 

Little Talks

Of Monsters And Men

[amazonmp3 asin=”B007MU87KG”]

 

Some Nights

Fun.

[amazonmp3 asin=”B007B6VOII”]

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