Enough already with "Smooth." Yes, it's great. Yes, it's sorta hysterical. Yes, for our entire lives we'll all get it stuck in our head for the whole summer the first time someone points out how hot it is outside. But the meme-ing of the song on (and even outside of) the Internet has long been approaching Smash Mouth levels, and "Smooth" deserves better. It might not be a timeless classic, exactly, but it's good enough to merit being remembered for more than t-shirts broadcasting how inherently funny the phrase "'Smooth' by Santana feat. Rob Thomas" is. (Even if it is a really, really goddamn inherently funny phrase.)
Besides, it's not like that was the only blockbuster single off Santana's Supernatural to be worthy of generational re-appropriation. Second single "Maria Maria" was nearly as big a hit, topping the Billboard Hot 100 for a staggering 10 weeks (still two fewer than "Smooth" -- yes, Carlos Santana was somehow that huge at the turn of the millennium).