Nobody likes a hot cup o' joe better than I do, and apparently a lot of pop stars like it too. A lot of songs have been written and recorded about the java elixir we call coffee. So brew a cup and plug-in our coffee play-list. Here are the top 25 songs about Coffee, the best songs for Coffee lovers:
1 - Black Coffee in Bed by Squeeze, our favorite coffee song.
2 - One More Cup of Coffee (Valley Below) by Bob Dylan
3 - Night Café by OMD, Orchestral Maneuvers in the Dark, the only thing smoother than a rich cup of coffee, is this song by OMD.
4 - The Coffee Song by Cream, along with Strange Brew also by the power trio Cream: Eric Clapton, Ginger Baker and Jack Bruce.
5 - Cup of Wonder by Jethro Tull
6 - Caffeine by Alice Cooper
7 - Coffee's For Closers by Fall Out Boy
8 - Breakfast in America by Supertramp. You can't have breakfast without coffee.
9 - Loving Cup by the Rolling Stones, stir in some Brown Sugar
10 - One more Cup of Coffee by Bob Marley, one of his first songs in 1962
11 - Coffee Homeground by Kate Bush
12 - Grinder by Judas Priest
13 - Coffee and Cigarettes by Jimmy Eat World
14 - Pour Some Sugar on Me by Def Leppard
15 - Black Magic Woman by Carlos Santana
16 - Cream by Prince
17 - No Sugar Tonight by The Guess Who
18 - Coffee and TV by Blur
19 - Black Coffee by Ella Fitzgerald
20 - Stir it Up by Patti LaBelle
22 - Cup of Life by Ricky Martin
23 - Tom's Diner by Suzanne Vega
24 - Two Beds and a Coffee Machine by Savage Garden
25 - The Sad Cafe by the Eagles
Bonus Track 1: You're So Vain by Carley Simon
I had some dreams they were clouds in my coffee, clouds in my coffee and....you're so vain...
Bonus 2: Too Hot To Handle by UFO, 'cause seriously iced coffee is no coffee - it's bile. Coffee is meant to be hot!
See Also: Top 40 Feel-good Pop Songs
None of these coffee songs percolated into #1 hits, but they are still fun to listen to... while sipping coffee with donuts on the balcony in the morning. Cream (heated), no sugar, please, and a dash of cinnamon on top. It's one of the great simple pleasures in life, just like songs.
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