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The Top 20 Classic Stoner Songs of All Time, Part 1

6. Smoke Two Joints - The Toyes (1983)

I smoke two joints in the morning/ I smoke two joints at night.

This reggae-tinged number written and originally performed by the Portland, Oregon-based Kay Brothers (Mawg and Sky) humorously describes not one, but smoking two joints on virtually all occasions, "because it makes everything all right." It's on the 1996 album, The Toyes. Covered by Sublime (1992), Norman Nardini (1994) and Macy Gray (2012).

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