THE NEW AMERICAN SONGBOOK

We asked critics, musicians, and industry professionals to predict which tracks from the past 25 years we'll still be dancing and singing along to for the next 25, 50, or 100 years. Check out the result, which we're calling the New American Songbook, first. Afterward, you can read our panelists' complete ballots below.

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