what song do you think can withstand the tests of time? Tell me the song and the artist..
All the sights and sounds
This little world's too crowded now
And there's only one way out
An elevator ride
Through the tunnel towards the light
And I'm nowhere bound
Keep going up and down
Up and down
Milk Thistle by Conor Oberst
Michael Jackson--We Are The World
Joan Jett and the Blackhearts--I Love Rock and Roll
Jonny Rivers--Secret Agent Man
some are yes. especially instrumental such as http://www.amazon.com/Concreto-au-Violi … amp;sr=8-2
because i work with the elderly, and they love some of the oldies, i have found myself reaching out and enjoying Dean Martin more and more. His songs put everyone in a really good mood. I will go to Youtube and put up a link to one of our faves.http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Hz2cZx118P0
everyone where i work sings along to this, all the staff even whatever there age.
Bill Withers - Ain't No Sunshine - it is an absolute classic!
John Lennon: "Imagine"
Louis Armstrong: "What a Wonderful World"
Ahh, there are many, many others, but I can't think right now
"As Time Goes By" (from Casa Blanca) by just about everyone who ever recorded anything.
He stopped loving her today, by George Jones, (country)
Unforgetable, by Nat King Cole
We've only just begun, by The Carpenters
You are so beautiful, by Joe Cocker
'Somewhere Over the Rainbow' from the Wizard and Oz
"As Time Goes By" from Casablanca
"Somewhere" from West Side Story
"New York, New York"
"Someday My Prince Will Come" from Snow White
and "Born to Run" by Bruce Springsteen
Imagine- John Lennon
As Time Goes By- Jimmy Durante
Stardust- Nat King Cole
Make Someone Happy- Jimmy Durante
the whole soundtrack of Sleepless in Seattle
Circle of Life- Elton John
For Your Precious Love- sung by Kenny Vance (I'm a huge Kenny Vance fan, his music is timeless)
Queen "We Are The Champions"
Survivor "Eye of the Tiger"
Yes, I am into the 80's
Marvin Gaye "Sexual Healing" great song!!!
Gosh so many that are running through my mind....
oh, you're welcome wg. it's so wonderful. I watched sleepless in seattle the other night and was reminded of how wonderful the soundtrack is. that song is there.
...more than one song...but the Dark Side of the Moon album by Pink Floyd...I've 2 copies now, in case something happens to one of them...
I really think that Harry Nilsson's song, "Everybody's talkin",
is one of the best songs I have ever heard. It was also the theme song for the movie "Midnight Cowboy".
One sweet day
Endless love- by Diana Ross and Lionel Richie
Phantom of the opera
Ain't no mountain high enough- sang by Diana Ross
...anything by Pink Floyd and of course 'old dead white guy music'
"California Dreamin" by The Mamas and the Papas is pretty timeless. I mean, I don't sit around and rock out on it 24/7, but when I hear it come on a radio station, or in a movie, it just never gets old.
"I will always Love you" Whitney Housten and pretty much anyting by the Beatles
I'm big on 90's Pop:
Baby One More Time - Britney Spears
Genie In a Bottle - Christina Aguilera
I Want It That Way - Backstreet Boys
Bailamos - Enrique Iglesias
Blue - Eiffel 65
Barbie Girl - Aqua
Wannabe - Spice Girls
Linger - The Cranberries
Over the Rainbow
Windmills of Your Mind
I Will Always Love You by Whitney Houston
You Can Call Me Al by Paul Simon and Michelle by the Beatles
Stairway To Heaven-Led Zepplin, Sweet Home Alabama-Skynard, More Than a Feeling-Boston, Hey Jude-Beatles, Baby I Love Your Way-Frampton... just to name a few.
I like many that have been mentioned, a couple more I just thought of are; Crazy/Patsy Cline and
My Heart Will Go On/Celine Dion (Titanic theme song)
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She's So Heavy; Beatles
Rave On; Buddy Holly
Change Gonna Come; Sam Cooke
One More Try; George Michael
What's So Funny Bout Peace Love & Understanding; Elvis Costello or Nick Lowe
Everybody Wants to Rule the World- Tears for Fears
Ooh Baby Baby- Smokey Robinson and the Miracles
In My Life- The Beatles
September - Earth, Wind, & Fire
Stand By Me - Ben E. King
Impossible Dream - Luther Vandross
Twist and Shout - The Beatles
Oh this is easy...
For Rock N Roll:
Paradise City by Guns N Roses...
One of the most classic lines in rock "Take me down to the paradise city where the grass is green and the girls are pretty... Oh please take me home!!!"
Darn near anything from Michael Jackson - Wanna be Sarting Something, Billy Jean, Smooth Criminal, They Dont Care About Us to name a few.
I gotta go with Mannish Boy by Muddy Waters... That guitar riff has been used by so many since then
Gotta go with War Pigs by Black Sabbath... The ong came out in the 70s and is still listened to by teenagers listening to metal today.
Hotel California .....Eagles
I honestly Love You...Olivia Newton John
Over The Rainbow......Judy Garland
Unchained Melody......Righteous Brothers
The Look of Love.......sung by anyone!
Carry on my wayward son by Kansas is one of the ultimate classic rock songs for me.
Whats Goin' On by Marvin Gaye
Cecilia by Simon and Garfunkel
Piano Man by Billie Joel
Sound and Vision by David Bowie
Superstar by The Carpenters
Gold Soundz by Pavement
No only were those songs ahead of their time, but they are the kind of songs that are almost impossible to get sick of.
This song ^_^
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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=N-aK6Jny … re=related
As Tears Go By
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FhPPJ5do … re=related
Up Up and Away
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_pGmOY9k … re=related
Let's Stay Together Al Green
All You Need is Love The Beatles
What's Going On? Marvin Gaye
I'll Be There The Jackson 5
Always Be My Baby Mariah Carey
Tik Tok Polka?
If I could save time in a bottle?
How about the theme from Doctor Who?
Just found this amazing cover! Listen!
by Iontach 8 years ago
I'm curious to what people are listening to at the moment. I'm addicted to Lady gaga - born his way and Enrique Iglesias - Tonight (not his style at all). I've been playing those on repeat
by Mark 7 years ago
I'm loving the song Tomorrow by Chris Young.It is a cool country song>>>>>>>>> What song are you loving?
by Susan Reid 7 years ago
What is your song?Why did you pick it/special meaning for you?How long have you had it/how often do you refresh your personal song?Any candidates you considered but didn't make the top cut?Her'es mines.Used it to intro my radio show in college.Debbie Harry and I are long-lost sisters born of...
by marcel285 9 years ago
I'm lovin..'3 words'-Cheryl coles. If you are a hopeless romantic, you will absolutely love it?!!?!
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The Cure: Just Like Heaven.you?
by rebekahELLE 8 years ago
I'm doing some research on a specific songwriter/producer who has written/co-written many Top 40 hits for top performers. Out of these 5 songs, which one is your favorite? These were/are hugely successful songs. [I realize some people don't like Top 40 songs, so you don't have to answer. ]...
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