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Grammy prediction: Song of the Year, Adele's "Rolling in the Deep"

Singer-songwriter Adele poses for a publicity photo in

Singer-songwriter Adele poses for a publicity photo in 2012. Real name Adele Laurie Blue Adkins . Credit: Lauren Dukoff/

Welcome to Grammy Weekend! We'll be preparing for Music's Biggest Night by looking at the top categories and predicting who will win. (Hint: Adele.) We'll also be live-blogging the red carpet arrivals and pre-show awards starting at 4 p.m. Sunday here, as well as the big show starting at 8 p.m.

Song of The Year nominees:

"All of the Lights" (Kanye West)

“The Cave” (Mumford & Sons)

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“Grenade” (Bruno Mars)

“Holocene” (Bon Iver)

“Rolling In The Deep” (Adele)

WILL WIN: “Rolling in the Deep.”
SHOULD WIN: “Rolling in the Deep.” On paper, it should come down to Adele and Kanye, but the Grammy voters have a thing against giving 'Ye his due in the big categories -- not that he could puncture the Adele juggernaut this year in any case.

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