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'50 Ways,' Times Two
Paul Simon, '50 Ways to Leave Your Lover'
42%
866 votes
Paul Simon, '50 Ways to Leave Your Lover'
Three years after establishing himself as a solo star in 1972, Paul Simon released '50 Ways To Leave Your Lover.' Fueled by a jazzy drum pattern from Steve Gadd, the song shot to number on on the Hot 100.
Train, '50 Ways to Say Goodbye'
58%
1192 votes
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Train, '50 Ways to Say Goodbye'
Three years after returning to the charts with 2009's megasmash 'Hey, Soul Sister,' Train have another hit with '50 Ways To Say Goodbye' – a pop-rock tune featuring some unexpected mariachi influences.
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