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“What Was I Made For?” was considered the best song of 2023, check out the selection
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Each song is made to connect with one or more feelings, with a story, and the truth is that today, with streaming services, listening to music has become much easier, as well as connecting with them. And, of course, through film soundtracks, it is also possible to visualize a song much better, and that is what happened with “What Was I Made For?”, by Billie Eilish, song made for the film “Barbie”, which was considered the best song of the year 2023.

Singing, Billie Eilish as Barbie, in the song “What Was I Made For?”, this song was made to let people know exactly how the artist was feeling at the time of writing and performing the lyrics of the song. After all, it's an intense lyric, and a lyric that people can easily identify with.

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But it's also the perfect song for Barbie doll, in the throes of discovering that she's a doll and wondering, literally, what she was made for. “What Was I Made For?” comes to follow Barbie's journey straight from her pink world to the human world, as well as the journey towards her self-discovery. Not surprisingly, it won as the best song of 2023. Also check out the other songs that make up the ranking of this year's best:

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  • “What Was I Made For?”, Billie Eilish;

  • “Not Strong Enough”, Boygenius;

  • “First Person Shooter”, Drake feat. J. Cole;

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  • “Dance the Night”, Dua Lipa;

  • “Dear Insecurity”, Brandy Clark feat. Brandi Carlile;

  • “Lacy”, Olivia Rodrigo;

  • “FTCU”, Nicki Minaj;

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  • “On My Mama”, Victoria Monet;

  • “King Of Oklahoma”, Jason Isbell;

  • “In Ha Mood”, Ice Spice;

  • “Promise”, Laufey;

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  • “All Without Within”, Allison Russell;

  • “Fukumean”, Gunna;

  • “Abstract (Psychopomp)”, Hozier;

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  • “Dumbest Girl Alive”, 100 Gecs;

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  • “Summer Baby”, Jonas Brothers;

  • “You're Losing Me”, Taylor Swift;

  • “Pound Town”, Sexyy Redd;

  • “Rush”, Troye Sivan;

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  • “Bzrp Music Sessions, Vol. 53”, Shakira and Bizarrap;

  • “I'm Just Ken”, Ryan Gosling;

  • “But Wait, There’s More”, Ben Folds;

  • “A&W”, Lana Del Rey;

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  • “Super Shy”, NewJeans;

  • “Lucky”, Megan Moroney;

  • “Eat the Acid”, Kesha;

  • “I Don’t Like My Mind”, Mitski;

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  • “Water”, Tyla;

  • “Motherless”, Killer Mike;

  • “Learned to Lie,” Ashley McBryde;

  • “Padam Padam”, Kylie Minogue;

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  • “Now and Then”, The Beatles;

  • “Uhoh”, Kim Petras;

  • “Veronica Lake”, Sparks”;

  • “Chosen to Deserve”, Wednesday;

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  • “Pearls”, Jessie Ware;

  • “Contact”, Kelela;

  • “Ella Baila Sola”, Eslabon Armado y Peso Pluma;

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  • “Amelie”, Gracie Abrams;

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  • “Hey Driver”, Zach Bryan feat. the War and Treaty;

  • “Always”, Daniel Caesar;

  • “Last One Left”, Brent Faiyaz feat. Missy Elliott and Lil Gray;

  • “The News”, Paramore;

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  • “The Lord”, Paul Simon;

  • “Red Wine Supernova”, Chappell Roan;

  • “Independently Owned”, Alex Newell;

  • “Pinot Noir”, IDK, Jucee Froot and Saucy Santana;

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  • “Momma’s Eyes”, Robbie Fulks;

  • “Psychedelic Switch”, Carly Rae Jepsen;

  • “You Can Have Her”, Elvis Costello and Burt Bacharach;

  • “Cinnamon Bread”, Ryan Beatty;

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  • “And Still”, Peter Gabriel;

  • “Environmental Anxiety (Live at the Royal Albert Hall)”, Raye and the Heritage Orchestra;

  • “In Your Love”, Tyler Childers;

  • “Never Coming Back”, Alan Braxe and Annie;

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  • “Handstand”, Miley Cyrus;

  • “Kaleidoscope Jesus”, Lauren Daigle;

  • “Water My Heart”, Rum.gold feat. Mereba;

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  • “Waltz Across a Moment”, Tanya Tucker;

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  • “Weird Goodbyes”, The National feat. Bon Iver;

  • “Pink/Pink (Bad Day)”, Lizzo;

  • “I’m Not Crying”, Alex Porat;

  • “Light Me Up”, Margo Price feat. Mike Campbell;

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  • “I Miss All My Exes”, Jamila Woods;

  • “Will Anybody Ever Love Me?”, Sufjan Stevens;

  • (bonus) “True Blue”, “Satanist”, “Letter to an Old Poet”, Boygenius.

  • Featured Photo: Billie Eilish “becomes” Barbie in “What Was I Made For?” (Reproduction/Cinemablend)

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