The Top 10 Hannah Montana Songs

Music by Miley Cyrus' Alter Ego, Hannah Montana

Whether you're a rabid Hannah Montana fan or a dedicated hater, her music is a guilty pleasure or if you're a curious onlooker, this list of the Top 10 Hannah Montana songs is just what you need. The spotlight is on fun, bubblegummy Hannah tunes, not the far more serious songs credited to Miley Cyrus.

These songs were written by people who have penned tunes for ​"High School Musical Soundtracks," the ​"Camp Rock Soundtrack," the "Cheetah Girls" ​TV show, Kelly Clarkson, The Jonas Brothers, Hilary Duff, Aly & A.J., Vanessa get the idea.

Crank it up and have fun with this list of the best Hannah Montana songs!

This simple pop rock tune celebrates the power of friendship.

"You and Me Together" was featured on Season 2, Episode 5 of Hannah Montana, "I Am Hannah, Hear Me Croak," which first aired on the Disney Channel on April 27, 2007.

(Written by Jamie Houston)

Hmmm, is this bubbly, buzzing pop song describing the perks of being a rock star or the privileged lifestyle of a spoiled brat?

"What's Not to Like" is exclusive to the Hannah Montana: The Movie Soundtrack, as it was never released as a single.

(Written by Matthew Gerrard and Robbie Nevil)

This thumping, synthpop techno track, reminiscent of Gwen Stefani's solo work, is a simple invitation to get out on the floor and dance. 

"Let's Get Crazy" was released to Radio Disney on January 19, 2009 as a promotion for Hannah Montana: The Movie and its soundtrack. The song reached #57 on the U.S. Billboard Hot 100 and #26 on the Canadian Hot 100.

(Written by Colleen Fitzpatrick {aka Vitamin C}, Michael Kotch, Dave Derby, Michael “Smidi” Smith, Stefanie Ridel, Mim Nervo and Liv Nervo)

This Shania Twain-influenced tune about a special crush, co-written by American Idol judge Kara DioGuardi, could be a hit on modern country radio! In fact, this sixth single from Hannah Montana 3 peaked at number 10 on the Billboard Hot 100.

"He Could Be the One" was released June 12, 2009, and was featured on Episode 18 of the same name during the third season of Hannah Montana.

(Written by Kara DioGuardi and Mitch Allan)

A driving New Wave ditty implores listeners to take the initiative to make life rock!

"Life's What You Make It" peaked at number 25 on the U.S Billboard Hot 100 in July 2007, and was first featured on Season 2, Episode 5 of Hannah Montana, "I Am Hannah, Hear Me Croak."

(Written by Matthew Gerrard and Robbie Nevil)

This bubbly modern rock song describes the difficulty and joy of trying to balance stardom and home life.

"The Best of Both Worlds" reached #92 on the U.S. Billboard Hot 100 on August 12, 2006, and peaked at #17 on the Irish Singles Chart the same year.

(Written by Matthew Gerrard and Robbie Nevil)

In this guitar-driven powerpop tune, Hannah Montana claims that pop stars like herself are no different from the pals she hangs out with.

"Just Like You" was first featured on Season 1, Episode 2 of Hannah Montana, "Miley Get Your Gum," on March 31, 2006. The song hit #99 on the U.S. Billboard Hot 100 that same year.

(Written by Adam Watts and Andy Dodd)

This tune is given a slight country twang and conveys the sentiment that even pop stars find safe haven in their hometown.

"You'll Always Find Your Way Back Home," co-written by country music star Taylor Swift, reached #81 on the U.S. Billboard Hot 100, and #76 on the Canadian Hot 100 during May 2009.

(Written by Taylor Swift and Martin Johnson)

This full-on rocker, sporting a definite Shania Twain vibe, invites fans to enjoy the excitement of a live concert.

Although "Let's Do This" was first featured on the ​Hannah Montana: The Movie Soundtrack. The tune was later included on the Hannah Montana 3 Soundtrack and released as a single in late 2008, reaching #128 on the Billboard Charts.

(Written by Derek George, Tim Owens, Adam Tefteller, and Ali Theodore)

A pounding floor tom and chugging guitars encourage listeners to live in the now because everything you need is right in front of you.

"It's All Right Here" was released November 7, 2008, in conjunction with the Season 3 premiere of Hannah Montana. The tune reached #124 on the Billboard Charts and was featured on Episode 19 of Season 3, "Super(stitious) Girl," which aired July 17, 2009.

(Written by Antonina Armato and Tim James)

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