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  • My fave is Drift Away by Dobie Gray. It helps you find comfort through music when you're down. It did for me anyway.
  • Free Money by Patti Smith. Its more to do with the way she sings it than anything about the lyrics- I remember first hearing it when I was nineteen and just being blown away that someone could pour that much raw passion into something- her energy just pours out of the CD player like its infectious. It sends shivers up my spine everytime I hear it, kind of makes you want to start a revolution. "We're dreamin' for free..."
  • WOW! That is really a tough question...I am going to have to say.....at this moment in time my favorite song is Boston by Augustana...I love this song because it is super catchy with awesome piano and the words are amazing as well....I really want to move to Boston too...
  • At the moment (and it usually changes very frequently), my favourite is Streets of Philidelphia by Bruce Springsteen. It is kind of depressing, but I love it. When you feel down, it sort of makes you feel that you're not alone, and everything's going to be okay. Oh, and I love This Womans Work, by Kate Bush, she has a fabulous voice and the song is quite inspirational, for want of a better word.
  • My favourite song is behind blue eyes by the who, but only the first two minutes because it is so full of emotion! Love that song! oh, and paranoid by black sabbath coz it's the first sabbath song I ever heard. and lola by the kinks because they are my favourite band in the world ^^. And it's only rock n roll by the stones because it's legendary. and supermassive black hole by muse because i FINALLY found out the song name coz it woz drivin me insane!
  • Most people have never heard of any of my favorite songs... and I have about a million of them! As far as someone most people have heard of-- "Wish You Were Here" by Pink Floyd. It's very deep and thought-provoking. Listening to it will give you reason enough. Allow me to post some lyrics, so you can see for yourself, why. **Wish You Were Here** So, so you think you can tell Heaven from Hell, Blue skys from pain. Can you tell a green field From a cold steel rail? A smile from a veil? Do you think you can tell? And did they get you to trade Your heros for ghosts? Hot ashes for trees? Hot air for a cool breeze? Cold comfort for change? And did you exchange A walk on part in the war For a lead role in a cage? How I wish, how I wish you were here. We're just two lost souls Swimming in a fish bowl, Year after year, Running over the same old ground. What have we found? The same old fears. Wish you were here.
  • At the moment it's "The Wall " by Johny Cash. I can realy identifie with it I normaly hate country music, but I like Johny Cash and identifie with that song in perticular because I've been trying to escape from the prison that is Houston for seven years and I still can't make that wall.
  • On second thought, "Jack Gets Up" by Leo Kotke.
  • Theme From A Summer Place.... my wife, of 40 years, made this "our" song, before we married in l965. it still sounds as good today, as it did back then. listen to it.
  • My favorite song is "Athena" from DJ Tiesto.
  • Hurt by Johnny Cash (original Nine Inch Nails) Iris by Goo Goo Dolls The Drugs Don't Work by The Verve
  • this is one of the best songs ever!!! i love this song, i love this band! (wish u were here by pink floyd) i also love love love bruce springsteen. he is my all time fave. i have been to sooo many concerts and have every album! i guess u can say im a bit of a fanatic! you think "streets of philidelphia" is awesome, u should listen to all his other songs, mostly the older ones from the 70's 80's. he really is "the boss" !
  • "London Calling!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!" Need I say more?
  • I love "Landslide" by Fleetwood Mac. The lyrics speak to me and I love Stevie Nicks' voice. Well, but maybe "Sexual Healing" by Marvin Gaye.
  • small town girl by journey because i think journey is amazing
  • small town girl by journey because i think journey is amazing
  • small town girl by journey because i think journey is amazing
  • Extraordinary Liz Phair. I like the music and anyone who calls herself an "average everyday sane psycho supergoddess" is OK in my book. The First Circle - by Pat Metheny because it's a great piece of music. "Regret" - New Order. The music. Duran Duran - Come Undone. Music. In fact, it's always the music. Tears for Fears - The Working Hour and Everybody Wants to Rule the World. Satellite -Dave Matthews Band, Friday - The Cure. Photograph - Def Leppard Windmills - Toad the Wet Sprocket. Anything Don Henley sings. It's the voice.
  • I've got several: "Courtesy of the Red, White, and Blue (The Angry American" by Toby Keith "Songs about Me" by Trace Adkins "My Heart's Not a Hotel" by Brooks & Dunn
  • Little Bones: Been my fave for quite a few years now, cause it rocks! And I love The Hip! They are absolutely, positively the most addictive band I have ever listened to. And my taste has been all over the place. It gets so sticky down here Better butter your cue-finger up It's the start of another new year Better call the newspaper up two fifty for a hi-ball, And buck and a half for a beer Happy hour, happy hour Happy hour is here The long days of Shockley are gone So is football Kennedy style Famous last words taken all wrong Wind up on the very same pile two fifty for a decade And a buck and a half for a year Happy hour, happy hour Happy hour is here I can cry, beg and whine Tell every Rebel I find Just to give me a line I could use to describe They'd say, "Baby eat this chicken slow it's full of all them little bones" So regal and decadent here Coffin cheaters dance on their graves Music, all it's delicate fear Is the only thing that don't change two fifty for an eyeball And a buck and a half for an ear Happy hour, happy hour Happy hour is here Nothing's dead down here, just a little tired Nothing's dead down here, just a little tired Nothing's dead down here, just a little tired "Baby eat this chicken slow It's full of all them little bones" Listen for yourself: http://www.thehip.com/Videos.html#
  • My favorite, of all time (and this is a tough call, but -- hands down I can't think of any that ever move me to want to sing along as much and also hope) would have to be John Lennon's "Imagine". I think that "Imagine" was the most earthy we ever got out of John (very stripped down and acoustic piano and vocals). I also think the words to it, are still thought provoking and necessary to think about where the world is these days and where it maybe should go. What I mean is the part where John sings about imaging a world where "there is no heaven, no hell below us, above us only sky ..." and also the part of imaging a world where "there is no countries ..." and also "there is no greed, no need for hunger ..." and also imaging a world where people don't just care about getting and achieving money (and as though they worship it). "Imagine all the people, sharing all the world. You may say I'm a dreamer but I'm not the only one. I hope someday you'll join us, and the world will live as one". Now, I know some don't believe John could ever live up to those lofty notions, either, but I think probably he could have. And also that it sounds like a form of socialism, and maybe that's true, but I also think John wrote about a future (that I wish we could still achieve thirty five years after John had a top three hit with the song) that is not to unsimiliar to the one presented in Gene Roddenberry's vision of the future in my favorite TV shows of all time, "Star Trek".
  • "How Deep Is Your Love" by the Bee Gees because it's soooo romantic and the mixing is excellent.
  • "The Village Green Preservation Society" by The Kinks......my gosh, i could listen to it a million times, it would never be enough! It's fresh, simple, easy to play and sing, and it always makes me happier than before the song started
  • i change favourite songs all the time but right now its: Tilly and the wall - Bad Education Bright Eyes - A perfect sonnet Pixies - Wave of mutilation & Hey Placebo - all!!!!!
  • I love this bar by Toby Keith, what a great song with the best video clip. What I wouldn't give to be in that bar having the best time....
  • Don't Worry, Be Happy by Bobby McFerrin It reminds me to calm down, refocus and take it easy....they ought to play this song during rush hour on our way home from work! :) Perhaps there would be less road rage and more smiling motorists. This song came out when I was a freshman in college and was my mantra for a very stresful time in my life--being lonely, away from home, anxious etc. The simplicity of the song makes it appealing. The video is so funny--who could resist a goofy Robin Williams clowning around? Don't Worry, Be Happy Sung By Bobby Mcferin Here's a little song I wrote You might want to sing it note for note Don't worry, be happy In every life we have some trouble But when you worry you make it double Don't worry, be happy Don't worry, be happy now Don't worry, be happy Don't worry, be happy Don't worry, be happy Don't worry, be happy Ain't got no place to lay your head Somebody came and took your bed Don't worry, be happy The landlord say your rent is late He may have to litigate Don't worry, be happy Don't worry, be happy Don't worry, be happy, Don't worry, be happy Don't worry, be happy, Don't worry, be happy
  • Ademas "Immortal" Makes me feel alive. Like im pumped with adreniline and my energy level has increased. Gets me in a wrestling mode too.
  • Mine is Dangerous by Ying Yang Twins feat. Wyclef. I like rock songs and rap songs. That song has both genres in it. The background music is rock and the words are mostly rap (a bit of singing). My faves change a lot but this one won't.
  • I have 2. One is Stan because it really puts life in perspective of how shit could always be worse. The other is Sing for the Moment because I can completlely identify with that song.
  • Life after Death and Taxes by Relient K
  • "A Day In The Life" by The Beatles. Quoting John Lennon's opinion of the song, "I thought it was a damn good piece of work".
  • Goodnight Saigon - Billy Joel Anthony's Song (Movin' Out) - Billy Joel Angels - Robbie Williams There you'll be - Faith Hill (pearl harbor ST)
  • "Jumper" by Third Eye Blind "Wonderwall" by Oasis "Midnight Train" Journey
  • Right now, it is Sweetest Goodbye- Maroon 5, from their album SOngs About Jane. May I just say, I don't think 'Is My partner Cheating?' is quite the right catagory to put this question in...
  • If I had to pick just one. I'd have to say Destiny by Zero 7
  • "Over my Head (Cable Car)" by The Fray. [http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YOTlYzCbQQk] (Click on the high quality link) As of now, this song has been my favorite for a very long time. I like it so much simply because it sounds very good to me. That is how I usually come to liking songs. ***You may have seen many answers to this question from myself and others, I believe it is because of duplicate questions being deleted. Then, of course, they (the staff) integrate the answers which would bring them all to the question they decided to keep.
  • "X-Amount of Words" by Blue October. Hear it now and jam with Sunblynd... just click on the Audioplayer and scroll down to the song on the menu. http://www.blueoctoberfan.com/foiled/audio.php
  • So many... But for now, because it is a restful, mellow, night time song, the song "If" by Bread (1970).
  • The Reason - Hoobastank
  • Angie - The Rolling Stones
  • Dream Weaver by Gary Wright.
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  • Far Away by Nickelback
  • "Knights of Cydonia" by Muse. Very good song. You guys should watch it.
  • Shout to the Lord.
  • Currently, my favorite song is: B.B. King and Eric Clapton Riding With The King I dreamed I had a good job and I got well paid. I blew it all at the penny arcade. A hundred dollars on a kewpie doll. No pretty chick is gonna make me crawl. Get on a TWA to the promised land. Every woman, child and man Gets a Cadillac and a great big diamond ring. Don't you know you're riding with the king? He's on a mission of mercy to the new frontier, He's gonna check us all on out of here. Up to that mansion on a hill Where you can get your prescription filled. Get on a TWA to the promised land. Everybody clap your hands. And don't you just love the way that he sings? Don't you know we're riding with the king? Riding with the king. Don't you know we're riding with the king? A tuxedo and shiny 335. You can see it in his face, the blue never lie. Tonight everybody's getting their angel wings. And don't you know we're riding with the king? I stepped out of Mississippi when I was ten years old With a suit cut sharp as a razor and a heart made of gold. I had a guitar hanging just about waist high And I'm gonna play this thing until the day I die. Don't you know we're riding with the king? Don't you know we're riding with the king? Riding, you're riding with the king. You're riding, you're riding with the king.
  • Bitches by (hed) PE
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  • Float On by Modest Mouse.
  • At the moment... Either Thunder on the Mountain by Bob Dylan, Bodies by The Sex Pistols or Dying on the Vine by John Cale.
  • Freebird, Lynard Skinard Landslide, Stevie Nicks (from Buckingham & Nicks)
  • i like slipped away by avril lavigne, nobodys fool by avril lavigne, hear me by kelly clarkson, and more.lol yeah i have like 50 songs that are ALL my faves at once =] and it changes every2 minutess =] and haha ur polish?i understand polish....im ukrainian =D
  • newfound glory~~all downhill from here and drumroll please dum dum dum dum dum dum dum dum dum WE WILL ROCK YOU!!!!!!!
  • That would depend entirely on my mood. Right now I am up for some classic and energising "We Will Rock You".
  • Its really hard to narrow it down to my favourite song ever, but my 2 favourites are: Chocolate Girl & Dignity - both Deacon Blue
  • This year ended in june- Misery Signals
  • At current, "Love & Communication" - Cat Power
  • Shout to the Lord.
  • "Somebody Told Me" by the Killers
  • At the moment, Almost Cut My Hair by CSN&Y.
  • it is a toss up between waiting on the world to change and your body is a wonderland by john mayer.
  • How to save a life By: the FRAY.
  • at this very moment in time, what hurts the most by rascal flatts. But my all time fave is truly madly deeply by savage garden... it's the only song my parents dance to and my wedding song :)
  • this is a duplicate. and also check what category you put you questions in before you send them. you often catorized them wrong. i dunno what my fav song is
  • all time fav... dont speak by no doubt.
  • Hysteria by Muse
  • AWESOME question, my fav tenacious D song would have to go between, wonderboy or kickipoo i just love he chosses kickipoo to sing to his parents.
  • killbassa sausage .lol
  • Mine is Kielbasa Sausage!!!
  • "The peculiar thing is that the song we played on that fateful night... it didn't sound anything like this song! This is just a Tribute!"
  • Tribute is pretty good... I love the inward singing skit!
  • City Hall
  • Definately "The Metal" i love that song
  • Sparks by Coldplay
  • Favourite Girl by Marques Houston Check it out!
  • uuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhmy favorite song currently is grand theft autumn by fall out boy
  • Funky Town.
  • Lazy Eye by the Silversun Pickups or Vans by the Pack
  • Chinitas Cafe by Garcia Lorca Federico Only because I can play it on my guitar.
  • Breathe Me by Sia.
  • Like A Star by Corinne Bailey Rae
  • i have two right now fall out boy-this aint a scene, its a god damn arms race dragonforce-through the fire and flames
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  • Hillsong's 'From the inside out'. Amazing Lyrics
  • Well I don't have a "faviroute" song.
  • City High- What would you do It's a great song you should listen to it sometime.
  • clocks by coldplay (for now)
  • Love is the Drug -Roxy music
  • At the moment it is... Walk Unafraid, by R.E.M.
  • It changes all the time .. depending on THE mood, my mood .. sometimes it is an oldie, sometimes a new song.. etc. Today it is an oldie.. Dee Lite "Groove is in the heart"
  • Wish You Were Here - Pink Floyd
  • Right now I've very obsessed with "The Taste of Ink" by The Used. I can't stop listening to it. I love the lyrics and the melody, everything.
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  • I like lots of styles but "Just like heaven" by The Cure is perfect in every sense to me.

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