I've recently begun a restaurant gig which requires that you know basically every song ever written. I need to rapidly build my repertoire as fast as possible. I have the Real Book, and will be getting volume 2 soon, so that covers a lot of the standards, but for pop hits, like Pink Floyd, Radiohead, Elton John, etc, those aren't covered under "Jazz standards," and I basically need to know as many popular songs as possible, from across the spectrum, from Lady Gaga to whatever was being played in the 1910s. Is there a way to get a list of something like the top 1000 songs, overall, from the past hundred years? That would be a good place for me to start, I could just learn them at 30 or 40 a month and build a decent repertoire within a couple years. Thanks! Edit: Another way to think of it would be the top 10 songs of each year from 1910 to today... that would be a thousand songs.