April 20, also known as "420 woooooo hooooooo fuck yeahhh!" day, is here. It's time for all of America to celebrate its deep and abiding love for marijuana. Marijuana has also been called herbal refreshment, clickem, nib, pot, tical, Buddha, ganja, bammer, chronic, MJ, burger, Thai stick, reefer, boo-yah, onion, pakalolo, skunk, sticky icky icky, choke, kill, dope, kind, dub, shwag, paca lolo, fatty, kind bud, woolies, smoke, and zombie.
1) Muddy Waters, "Champagne & Reefer"
2) Black Sabbath, "Sweet Leaf"
3) Love Joys, "One Draw Sensimilla"
4) Ted Lucas, "It Is So Nice to Get Stoned"
5) Sidney Bechet with Noble Sissle's Swingsters, "Viper Mad"
6) New Riders of the Purple Sage, "Panama Red"
7) Kris Kristofferson, "Gettin' By, High and Strange"
8) Sleep, "Dopesmoker"
9) Devin the Dude, "Sticky Green"
10) Junior Murvin, "Bad Weed"
11) The Troggs, "Cousin Jane"
12) XTC, "Grass"
13) Ray Charles, "Let's Go Get Stoned"
14) Tom Petty, "You Don't Know How It Feels"
15) Kevin Ayers, "Stranger in Blue Suede Shoes"
16) The Beatles, "What's the New Mary Jane"
17) Cab Calloway, "Minnie the Moocher"
18) Peter, Paul and Mary, "Puff the Magic Dragon"
19) Electric Wizard, "Dopethrone"
20) Nick Drake, "Thoughts of Mary Jane"
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