6. The White Stripes, "in the Cold Cold Night" (2003)

Although "In the Cold, Cold Night" doesn't sound like your typical love song, it does sound exactly like the type of love song Meg White would sing: simple, sexually charged, and kind of eerie. Perhaps it's her reputation for being a hermit that makes this straightforward declaration of love so uncanny. But strangely enough, her impassive delivery actually makes the song feel more passionate. β€” Maura Hehir

Regina Spektor, "Us" (2004)
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