Every Song In 'The Book Of Mormon,' Ranked By Singability

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Vote up the songs in 'Book of Mormon' you just can't get out of your head (not that you want to).

The Book of Mormon is expectedly raunchy and vulgar. After all, it was the brainchild of the creators of South Park, but the show hit Broadway with critical acclaim rather than controversy. The Book of Mormon commented on religion, America's relationship with the rest of the world, and the complicated morals of mission trips.

However, the show was never mean-spirited - so much so even the Church of Latter Day Saints was largely unperturbed by the production! The Book of Mormon soundtrack is hilarious, but what are its best songs? Help decide below! Here, you'll find all Book of Mormon songs ranked by your votes! 

"Spooky Mormon Hell Dream" and "Hasa Diga Eebowai" are, by far, the most sardonic and twisted songs in the Book of Mormon soundtrack listing. The former is about a Mormon missionary dreaming he's descended into eternal flames for his misdeeds. The latter shows Ugandan natives spouting hate towards God, serving as powerful commentary about how missionaries can be well meaning, but naive about the challenges people face overseas. There is also the fan favorite "I Am Africa," a hilarious shot at both Bono and Western ignorance in general. 

What is the best Book of Mormon song? Cast your votes below to help decide! 

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  • Turn It Off

    Turn It Off

    371 votes
  • I Believe

    I Believe

    359 votes
  • Hello


    307 votes
  • Hasa Diga Eebowai

    Hasa Diga Eebowai

    312 votes
  • All American Prophet

    All American Prophet

    195 votes
  • You And Me (But Mostly Me)

    You And Me (But Mostly Me)

    226 votes