Because I love her, it felt weird to do this and not this:

65. "I Don't Wanna Cry"

64. "I Stay in Love"

63. "Angels Cry" (with Ne-Yo)

62. "100%"

61. "Almost Home"

60. "When Christmas Comes" (with John Legend)

59. "Through the Rain"

58. "Triumphant (Get 'Em)" (with Rick Ross and Meek Mill)

57. "Hero"

56. "Never Too Far/Hero Medley"

55. "Oh Santa!"

54. "Never Forget You"

53. "Boy (I Need You)" (featuring Cam'ron)

52. "Bye Bye"

51. "I Want To Know What Love Is"

50. "Butterfly"

49. "The Art of Letting Go"

48. "When You Believe" (with Whitney Houston)

47. "Joy to the World"

46. "Forever"

45. "You're Mine (Eternal)"

44. "Don't Stop (Funkin' 4 Jamaica)" (with Mystikal)

43. "Say Somethin'" (with Snoop Dogg)

42. "Sweetheart" (with Jermaine Dupri)

41. "Never Too Far"

40. "Bringin' on the Heartbreak"

39. "Without You"

38. "Miss You Most at Christmas Time"

37. "Obsessed"

36. "Up Out My Face" (with Nicki Minaj)

35. "Love Takes Time"

34. "My Love" (with The-Dream)

33. "Anytime You Need a Friend"

32. "Can't Take That Away (Mariah's Theme)"

31. "Endless Love" (with Luther Vandross)

30. "One Sweet Day" (with Boyz II Men)

29. "H.A.T.E.U."

28. "Someday"

27. "Crybaby" (with Snoop Dogg)

26. "Thank God I Found You"(with Joe and 98 Degrees/Nas)

25. "Can't Let Go"

24. "I Still Believe"

23. "I'll Be There" (with Trey Lorenz)

22. "Fly Like a Bird"

21. "It's Like That"

20. "My All"

19. "Dreamlover"

18. "Loverboy" (with Cameo)

17. "You Don't Know What To Do" (with Wale)

16. "#Beautiful" (with Miguel)

15. "Don't Forget About Us"

14. "I'll Be Lovin' U Long Time"

13. "Always Be My Baby"

12. "Emotions"

11. "Heartbreaker" (with Jay Z/Missy Elliott and Da Brat)

10. "Make It Happen"

9. "The Roof"

8. "Shake It Off"

7. "Honey"

6. "Vision of Love"

5. "Touch My Body"

4. "Fantasy"

3. "Breakdown" (with Bone-Thugs-N-Harmony)

2. "We Belong Together"

1. "All I Want for Christmas Is You"

Note: As with the last list, the songs on this list must have been commercially released as a single in the U.S. unless a video was produced and made its way into regular MTV rotation and/or the song charted within the Top 40 of the Billboard Hot 100 or the Billboard R&B/Hip-Hop Songs chart. I did not factor it, though, songs in which Mariah is credited a featured artist who merely sings a song's hook and bridge, as there are several of them and they clogged up the list. Sorry, "I Know What You Want." I do love you, though.

Also, a song's remixes were highly considered when ranking it, especially if it is arguably the definitive version (as in the case of the Bad Boy remix of "Fantasy" with Ol' Dirty Bastard).