Wednesday, November 14, 2007

Top 50 Songs

Okay, my tooth is nagging at me again, so here is a list of my top 50 favorite songs. Copy/paste strikes again!

Top 50 Favorite Songs EVER!

These are not necessarily in order:


Don’t Stop Believin’—Journey
Edge of Seventeen—Stevie Nicks
Hotel California—The Eagles
Sultans of Swing—Dire Straits
Baker Street—Gerry Rafferty
Broken Wings—Mr. Mister
We are the Champions—Queen
Celebration—Kool and the Gang
The Way it is—Bruce Hornsby and the Range
The Devil Went Down to Georgia—Charlie Daniels Band
Comfortably Numb—Pink Floyd
Don’t Stop—Fleetwood Mac
Sara—Fleetwood Mac
Babe—Styx
Lakini’s Juice—Live
Hell’s Bells—AC/DC
YMCA—The Village People
Africa—Toto
Star Wars Main Title Theme—John Williams
Superman Main Title Theme—John Williams
Dirty Laundry—Don Henley
Where the Streets Have No Name—U2
Learning to Fly—Pink Floyd
Rhiannon—Fleetwood Mac
When You Love a Woman—Journey
Sailing—Christopher Cross
Money for Nothing—Dire Straits
Heart of Rock & Roll—Huey Lewis and the News
Miami Vice Theme—Jan Hammer
In the Air Tonight—Phil Collins
Danger Zone—Kenny Loggins
Urgent—Foreigner
Eye of the Tiger—Survivor
Don’t Let Him Go—REO Speedwagon
Still Rock & Roll to Me—Billy Joel
Love will Keep Us Together—Captain and Tennille
Physical—Olivia Newton-John
My Sharona—The Knack
9 to 5—Dolly Parton
Kiss on My List—Hall & Oates
Eye in the Sky—Alan Parsons Project
Down Under—Men at Work
Centerfold—J. Geils Band
Maneater—Hall & Oates
Open Arms—Journey
Do You Really Want to Hurt Me?—Culture Club
Owner of a Lonely Heart—Yes
Kyrie—Mr. Mister
The Heat is On—Glenn Frye
You Belong to the City—Glenn Frye

2 comments:

Martin said...

Jim, cool list. I don't know if I can narrow myself down to 50 top songs ever. Given that I am prepping for my iPod for Christmas, I might have to consider a similar list at some point. I'll keep you posted.

Feel better soon.

Jim McClain said...

That's exactly how I made the list. I put all these songs on my .mp3 player for the trip to China last March. I only had a 1 GB player (it was tiny and used AAA batteries, very important for a 14-hour flight when you can't charge your iPod) and I saved room for some Old Time Radio shows, which are very economical on space since they're in mono.