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Katy Perry is performing during the halftime show at the Super Bowl, and between Idina Menzel’s national anthem, John Legend’s “God Bless America,” and the flurry of attention-grabbing commercials, Katy Perry will have to create quite a set list from the library of hits she has.
Here’s the dream set list that would guarantee to keep audiences glued to their seats, along with some Lenny Kravitz’s hits. Also, here’s to hoping for a mash-up between these two:
I Kissed A Girl
Perry's very first hit, "I Kissed A Girl" topped the Billboard Hot 100 chart for seven consecutive weeks launching Perry into pop stardom and becoming the 10th best selling single in the 21st century.
The song became an instant classic, letting everyone know that they're special in their own way and inspiring the world.
This Is How We Do
Katy Perry always has her pop-fueled singles and "This Is How We Do" is definitely one of them with its fun, night-on-the-town lyrics.
A little different from her other hits, "Dark Horse's" heavy-bass beat and Juicy J feature marks it as a hip-hop gem in her collection.
Anyone and everyone from California, and beyond, probably knows the words to this catchy pop classic that let us all in on Perry's quirky style and influence.
Last Friday Night (T.G.I.F.)
Yet another party anthem, "Last Friday Night" seems like the perfect song to put on right when your house party's just getting started.
"Roar" is probably one of Katy Perry's most recognizable songs leading the way for her fourth studio album to become number one on the US Billboard 200.
Fly Away ft. Katy Perry (please!)
One of Kravitz most successful and well known songs in both the US and across Europe, "Fly Away" earned him a GRAMMY award for Best Male Rock Performance in 1999.
The cover of the classic The Guess Who song was part of "Austin Powers: The Spy Who Shagged Me" soundtrack and earned Kravitz his second consecutive GRAMMY award for Best Male Rock Performance in 2000. Yup that's Heather Graham starring in the video.
Are You Gonna Go My Way
Released by Kravitz in 1993, "Are You Gonna Go My Way" received GRAMMY nominations for Best Male Rock Vocal Performance and Best Rock Song.
Shawn Thomas writes Entertainment & Lifestyle content for CBS Local. Follow him on Twitter.
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