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What Is The Best Marijuana Song Of All Time?


best marijuana song of all timeWhat Is Your Favorite Marijuana Song?

If there is one thing that goes well with marijuana, it is music. I think that just about everyone can agree on that. However, that’s where the agreement ends for most marijuana consumers. There are so many different styles of music and so many different preferences from person to person that it’s almost impossible to determine what is ‘the best’ of all time. Many rap fans will argue until they are blue in the face that it has to be a Cypress Hill song, while reggae fans will argue that a reggae song is the best, and so on.

If a person looks online, they will see that there are many, many lists out there of the top marijuana songs of all time. None of them are exactly the same. If someone looks at the comments section of those lists, they will no doubt see people complaining that ‘fill in the blank’ song should have been on the list, or that ‘fill in the blank’ song was ranked too high or too low. There really is no ‘correct’ answer. However, we all have a favorite marijuana song, and to us, on the individual level, it is the best in our minds. What is your favorite marijuana song of all time? Or do you think that it’s impossible?

I know that my answer changes from time to time. Certain songs hit me differently at certain times. I definitely love to roll up a fat joint and listen to some classic rock, which is a genre that is full of stellar marijuana songs. But with that being said, my favorite genre of music is rap, so a lot of marijuana rap songs are at the top of my list as well. There is one song however that seems to not make it on too many lists. Right now, in this moment in time, it is my favorite marijuana song. It climbs and falls in rank often on my list, but it’s my favorite at this time. It’s a country song (the video is below), and I don’t consider myself to be a country music fan. However, I find this song very entertaining. Please leave your favorite song in the comments section so that others can agree, or argue, or maybe check it out and hear it for the first time!


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  1. Nomore Suffering on

    “The Great Smoke Off” by Shel Silverstein from the album, “Songs and Stories”

    Its about Pearly Sweetcake and The Calistoga Kid.

    There’s a golden scroll in NY that says, Beware of being the roller when there’s nothing left to roll.

  2. Smoke Two Joints was written by “The Toyes” and covered by Sublime.. Props to Mawg and Sky!

  3. first of my list is smoke SUblime – smoke two joints
    second but still the best bob marley – pass the marijuana

  4. Johnny Reeferseed and the High Rollers featuring AFROMAN…’LIGHT EM.UP’ avail on iTunes or search YouTube

  5. I want to nominate “Mary Jane” by Tori Amos. it’s based on a true story–as she tells it, a boy approached his mother and said, “Mom, I know you’re going away for the weekend–could I have Mary Jane?” well, mom’s thinking “oh, a girlfriend! that’s normal.” and she says, “sure you can!”

    so, she comes home from the trip away from home to find boys–not a girl in sight. “WHAT!? where’s Mary Jane!?” she howls.

    the boy just grins and reaches into his pocket. “right here.”

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