Music critics are misleading you. Their lists are cataloged lies. The greatest single of all time is not “Fight the Power,” or “Love Will Tear Us Apart,” or “Johnny B. Goode,” or “Anarchy in the U.K.,” or “Billie Jean.” The deception is strategic; uncovering the truth would only upset their carefully constructed pop music hierarchy. They don’t want you to know that the greatest single ever released was written and performed by three lily white, chaste, evangelical hayseeds from a podunk town in Oklahoma. Yes, I’m referring to Hanson and to its No. 1 smash “MMMBop,” released 15 years ago this week.