59. "Oh, Me"
"Oh Me" was originally cut from MTV's broadcast of Unplugged – hard to imagine given the album's classic status now, but ad time is ad time. Meat Puppet Curt Kirkwood – who along with his brother, Cris, wrote the song and joined Nirvana for the session – always said it was his favorite from 1984's Meat Puppets II, and it's easy to understand why: Nowhere else on the album does the band's ragged psychedelia sound so sweet but so dangerous. "My whole expanse / I cannot see," the lyric says – but it sure always sounded like "My hole expands / I cannot see." And like all of Cobain's most indelible songs, it seesaws between smart and dumb, leaving the listener to sort out whether to trust the singer or just let him babble his way into oblivion. MIKE POWELL