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The Top 100 South Park Songs

on September 11, 2017, 10:00am

100. “Stinky Britches”

From “Chef Aid”

This song appears in some form in five different episodes but was first heard in “Chef Aid”, when Alanis Morissette stole the song from Chef. You bastard! –Killian Young


99. “Little Bunny Foo Foo”

From “Something You Can Do with Your Finger”

Butters’ audition song to join Fingerbang. They’ll let him know. –Killian Young


98. “You and Cthulhu”

From “Mysterion Rises”

The Coon (aka Cartman) makes a new friend in the massive demon Cthulhu, who is naturally unleashed by BP’s unsafe, offshore drilling. Naturally. –Killian Young


97. “Loving the Football”

From “Big Gay Al’s Big Gay Boat Ride”

If you follow Chef’s advice, you’ll never fumble again. You’ll also probably end up on a sex-offender list. –Matt Melis


96. “Who’s Got the Greatest Mom in the World?”

From “Tsst”

Cartman can avoid punishment like Tom Sawyer could avoid work; here, he butters up Mrs. Cartman with a melodious little ditty that they’ve clearly sung countless times before. Nice harmonies. –Matt Melis


95. “Hippitus Hoppitus”

From “Fantastic Easter Special”

The Hare Club for Men (brilliant) mash up the Latin Mass and “Here Comes Peter Cottontail” as they go to life-threatening lengths to preserve the long-eared secret of the Catholic Church’s origins. If only being a Catholic was actually like this. –Matt Melis


94. “Imagination Song”

From “Imaginationland Episode 1”

Matt or Trey clearly visited Disney’s Epcot Center as kids, suffered through that lame “Imagination” ride with the purple dragon, and decided to get back at the world by torturing us with their grating take on that attraction’s theme song … for three consecutive episodes. Imagination … ImagINation … IMAgin… A very grating gag. –Matt Melis


93. “If You Leave Me Now”

From “Casa Bonita”

Do you think Chicago (the band) gets a few bucks each time Butters busts out his favorite adult contemporary rock hit of ’76? –Matt Melis


92. “German Dance”

From “Chef Aid”

By our calculations, Cartman would have had to do the German Dance from this episode’s original air date nonstop through 2047 in order to raise the money needed to hire Johnnie Cochran and counter-sue the record company. And that’s not even taking into account sauerkraut expenses. Dance, German boy, dance! –Matt Melis


91. “Crips and Bloods”

From “Krazy Kripples”

Bill Cosby’s gonna sue somebody’s ass! –Matt Melis