Probably "Another Brick in the Wall". It shows that the song writer/s were actually asking and commenting on some of the most important aspects of our lives rather than the usual "sing me another done me wrong song," we hear from the majority of song writers. I like the socially-conscious-type lyrics of a number of their presentations including, 'Money."
i like the Money song too, reminds me to work harder here
" I'm So Afraid" I like this older version, which was featured on PBS in 1997. Stevie Nick's ex seems like a jerk, but he does justice to the song, and his instrumentals are really quite good.. Anyway, I always enjoy this version of the song. There is something rather "authentic" about it.
My personal favorite from the classic lineup is "The Chain". Lovely harmonies and a nasty bassline from John McVie. From the Mick Green days, I like "Oh Well".
Landslide...I think. I like this song because, well, lol ... Stevie Nicks' vocals are amazing. I think she wrote the lyrics to this one as well. Just a very heartfelt tune, which is unusual in pop music.
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