100. Thankyou - Dido
- #3 for 3 Weeks in 2001 (April - May)
- Best higher charting song: Survivor - Destiny's Child
- Worst higher charting song: All For You - Janet Jackson
- Top 100 #3 Hits 1955-2002 Rank: #77
Post-Lilith Fair women's pop more remembered for the Eminem song that sampled it. Thankyou is actually a stark and intimate reflection on mood and love that develops slowly at first before become more and more brazen in wearing its heart on its sleeve. Little wonder that Mr. Mathers used it to represent a stalker having trouble blurring lines of reality with fantasy. Simple direct songwriting is rewarded here though as Stan languished outside the top 40 and Dido rose up behind Janet and Destiny's Child to crown a top 3 of all women.
Coming up: #99 - "Lord knows when the cold wind blows it'll turn your head around"