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Bring the House Down: 10 Best Architecture Songs

"All the architects in the house!" ...Not a demographic dejays usually give shout-outs to, but maybe they would if they considered how their work has inspired some great songs throughout the years... but still probably not. If you want to give props where props are due, however, just throw on this mix of the 10 best architecture songs according to Flavorwire and throw your T squares in the air:

 

  1. "Government Center" by Jonathan Richman and the Modern Lovers
  2. "Don't Worry About the Government" by the Talking Head
  3. "Brick House" by the Commodores
  4. "Who Do You Love?" by Bo Diddley
  5. "Norwegian Wood" by the Beatles
  6. "White Room" by Cream
  7. "Little Room" by the White Stripes
  8. "Our House" by Crosby, Stills, Nash, and Young
  9. "Mansion on the Hill" by Hank Williams
  10. "Folsom Prison Blues" by Johnny Cash

Check out the reasoning behind the picks here. Any you would add?