68. "Your Own Worst Enemy"
As with "Girls in Their Summer Clothes," Springsteen and Brendan O'Brien created a "big pop production" – with lyrics that implicitly tap the mood of a nation that has lost its moral compass post-Iraq War. "It's all about self-subversion," Springsteen said. "You can take it personally or politically. That's what gives the record its tension, those two things – the perfect pop universe and then what's at its center."