Friday, September 26, 2008

Your Turn

In Your Turn we did cheesiest 80's song that you still listen to anyway. We also did the first concert you ever saw. But, now comes something even better. Your all-time favorite song. And when I say it is your all-time favorite, it means that no matter what you are doing, when you hear that song on the radio, you are going to listen to the entire thing. Late for an appointment, kids are screaming, and it just doesn't matter. It is your song and not going anywhere until it is over.

152 comments:

califblondy said...

What You Won't Do For Love, Bobby Caldwell

califblondy said...

I wonder who will say Desperado? LOL.

. said...

"In Your Eyes" Peter Gabriel though I now prefer the Jeffrey Gaines version

ElsieFire said...

I will date myself...

I Got You - Split Enz

MontanaMarriott said...

This is tough, I have so many but I will say for this one line in the song, Donna Summer and Barbra Streisand, Enough is Enough.
The line:
"I always dreamed I'd find the perfect lover, but he turned out to be like every other man I loved"

Melissa said...

You Shook Me All Night Long - AC/DC

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Audrey said...

"Waterfall" by the Stone Roses. Almost twenty years after I first heard it and it still grabs me in the exact same way.

Harriet Hellfire said...

THIS QUESTION IS TOO HARD. I FEEL LIKE MY HEAD IS GOING TO EXPLODE.

I'll get back to you on this one, but I don't think picking one song is going to be a possibility for me.

Ms. said...

Lucky Man - The Verve

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZyTO0jW8T2o

selenakyle said...

"One of These Nights" by the Eagles from my childhood.

Still gives me goose bumps every time I hear it.

Green Wave Gal said...

Heaven by Bryan Adams.

life is but a dream said...

hands down...

imagine

~ john lennon

Merlin D. Bear said...

"Sway" - Dean Martin, also covered by The PussyCat Dolls.

Either version, gotta hear it all the way through and if I'm not driving, I'm dancing to it.

Blondie said...

@ life, good one! probably a close second but i have to go with

Escape (The pina colada song)
Rupert Holmes

If you like PEEN ya COLADAS! (good song to sing while looking at FFF too!

GammaGirl said...

No Woman No Cry: Bob Marley

That's the first one that popped into my head.

ElsieFire said...

Hmm, Merlin just got me thinking...does it make me a bad spouse if my favourite song ISN'T my wedding song???

It is next in line though keeping with the Rat Pack prompt...Fly Me To the Moon, Ol' Blue Eyes.

Ice Angel said...

Simple-

All of My Love by Led Zeppelin

Jewels said...

"Wildflower", by Skylark
http://video.google.ca/videoplay?docid=3396443488112894804&ei=KjbdSNavNIXE-wHMiaWhCw&q=wildflower&vt=lf&hl=en

Makes me cry EVERY time... :/

mazemerizing said...

I am well over 40 and there's so many to choose from, but hands down it's gotta be "Everlong" by the Foo Fighters. Never tire of hearing it.

Mooshki said...

"The Same Deep Water as You" by The Cure. With "Sugar Water" by Cibo Matto a very close second.

Ms. said...

Damn you, Enty!!! I'm now in my 4th re-listen of Lucky Man on youtube. I have work to do... yet can't turn away.

Mooshki said...

p.s. Enty, you should tell us yours!

Jesse D said...

Santa Monica, by Everclear.

Or Ice, Ice Baby.

Or Pour Some Sugar on Me, Def Leppard.

Ms Cool said...

Badlands - Bruce Springsteen

Mooshki said...

I know Ms. - there goes the rest of my day. I'm so happy iTunes lets you put a song on permanent repeat.

margarita said...

Excellent choice, Ms. Cool - mine's "Brilliant Disguise" by Bruce.

Ms. said...

Mooshki - how do I put a song on permanent repeat? I didn't know about this feature.

Managed to tear myself away from Lucky Man and am now listening to other choices nominated here. Bopping to Everlong by the Foo Fighters. I may as well give in to the dark force and say 'fuck it' to the rest of the work day...

Punkimeowzer said...

The first song I thought of is "Bizarre Love Triangle" by New Order. I still get up and dance whenever I hear that song. A lot of great memories attached to it too.

me said...

"Still the Same" by Bob Segar

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Jen said...

JACK AND DIANE, JOHN COUGAR MELLENCAMP

Mooshki said...

Ms, in the bottom left corner, there are two arrows making an oval. If you click the button once, it will put the current playlist on repeat. If you click it twice, a little "1" appears and it repeats the same song. (I don't know if an iPod has the same feature or not...)

IndigoBlue said...

Oh, man, this is too hard. But the first song that popped into my head is "So Alive" by Love and Rockets. Don't hear it very often, so when I do, have to stop and listen. And pretend I'm still in college!

JW said...

Paradise by the Dashboard Light by Meatloaf.

I'm also extremely partial to "Wonderful Tonight" by Eric Clapton but my last gf kinda ruined that for me.

brendalove@gmail.com said...

Anything by Queens of the Stone Age or HIM

Mooshki said...

Also, if you use Firefox or IE, you should download FoxyTunes - it lets you control iTunes (or other players) through buttons at the bottom of your browser. (It's free.)

Little Blue Pill said...

Shit I can't think of just one. Maybe one from each artist or year or decade or genre but not only one fricking song ever.

Green Wave Gal said...

Other faves:

Thunder Road by Bruce Springsteen

For Classical it has to be Pachelbel's Canon.

Romeo & Juliet--Indigo Girls version

There are so many!

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captivagrl said...

"New York State of Mind" Billy Joel

not on my dollar said...

Moments in Love - Art of Noise

Summer Madness - Kool & the Gang

What's Going On - Marvin Gaye


(At least I narrowed it down to the top three.)

Praetorian said...

On every street - Dire Straits

and Dancing in the dark - Bruce Springsteen

Green Wave Gal said...

Some that make me cry:

That I Would Be Good by Alanis Morisette

Daddy's Little Girl by Tim McGraw

There You'll Be by Faith Hill

You Can Let Go Now by Cystal Shawanda

I'm an emotional girl, can't help it! :)

babyface shane said...

master blaster - stevie wonder

not a famous adrian said...

U2-- I Will Follow. My husband even put it on my phone for me, but he did the live version, & I jump everytime my pocketbook goes off!!

Moe said...

Here I Go Again - Whitesnake

PeepStone said...

Blackbird - The Beatles

Ms. said...

Mooshki, no little arrows in my bottom left corner... I have the play arrow or the two STOP/PAUSE lines. I use Firefox.

Erin said...

You Sexy Thing by Hot Chocolate

Lisa said...

Everclear: I will buy you a new life (I call it "the shopping song" lol)

Dean Martin: Sway

David Bisbal: Buleria

(All three are tied for me)

Marisa said...

melissa- you shook me all night long is my cell phone ring...very embarassing at work.

"Get By"-- Talib Kweli

selenakyle said...

Or modern-day, Renegades of Funk by RATM.

Don't wanna be labled a 70's throwback!

Mooshki said...

Ms. - the repeat arrows are on the iTunes program window. Maybe you have an older version?

Merlin D. Bear said...

Sort of OT, but another freebie that you might like is Pandora.com
aka "radio from the Music Genome Project".
They say give them an hour and it'll be like they're in your head. There are a few quirks, but for the most part it makes perfect background music.
Right now, I'm listening to a version of "Sway" I've never heard... by Ben E. King from the album "Spanish Harlem/Don't Play That Song". (and chair dancing because I'm at work)

Mooshki said...

I love Pandora

Harriet Hellfire said...

OK. For now, I pick "Barracuda", by Heart. Because I just read their open "Cease And Desist, You Old Fart" - letter to John McCain, and I want you all to go buy the song.

Kate said...

Stevie Wonder -- Superwoman


I feel like I'm doing it a disservice if I don't listen to the whole thing. It's that good.

SFG said...

Oh MAN this is tough!!! I can't pick one, I have to pick one oldie and one newie:

I Don't Want to Lose Your Love Tonight - The Outfield (oldie)

First Time - Lifehouse (newie)

Sarah said...

"Blackbird" by The Beatles.

I have always said that the person I marry has to know how to play it on the guitar.

Lola said...

Come Pick Me Up - Ryan Adams

poster_child said...

American Girl - Tom Petty

Little Blue Pill said...

I thought "you shook me all night long" they were saying "you took me all night long" LOL Ent the next Your Turn should be mis-heard song lyrics. LOL

Brainy said...

Almost everything I have a top 10 for based on my mood but the only exception is favorite song. Knowing the history of it makes me love it that much more.

Fire & Rain by James Taylor

dahling said...

Time Heals Everything - Bernadette Peters or We Want the Funk -Funkadelics...y'know..I have my moods

Little Blue Pill said...

Sarah said I have always said that the person I marry has to know how to play it on the guitar.

What if they only know how to play it on bagpipes or accordion?

Moosefan said...

"I Can't Fight this Feeling Anymore" by REO Speedwagon!!! I remember that was the song that I had my first dance to in junior high (Stonewall Jackson Junior High School, Orlando Florida) with this boy named Aden. I remember that he was wearing a surfer shirt from Ron Jon's surf shop and his hands were sweaty.
When my family and I went to see Horton Hears a Who and that song came on-oh my-you should have seen all the grown ups singing that song on the way out of the theater.
Love it!

Bad Fish said...

"1979" by Smashing Pumpkins is my official favorite, though "Badfish" by Sublime ranks high for me, as does "URAQT" by M.I.A., "Work That" by Mary J Blige, "Lie In Our Graves" by DMB, and "Can't Stop" by Red Hot Chili Peppers.

Little Miss Smoke and Mirrors said...

It's damn near impossible to narrow to just one song.

So today (and tomorrow it will be different), it's Los Angeles by X.

califblondy said...

Cellphone ringtones is a good topic too.

Mine is "September", Earth Wind and Fire.

Amanda said...

Nearly impossible to pick, and mine are a very weird group. It would be one of four songs:

"Thunder Island," Jay Ferguson

"Couldn't Get it Right," Climax Blues Band

"Dancing in the Moonlight," Toploader

"Brandy," The Looking Glass

Sis said...

Stairway to Heaven !!!!

Stephen said...

Bohemian Rhapsody
Unchained Melody

*Miss_P* said...

Bluetonic - The Buetones

http://uk.youtube.com/watch?v=7JVFHCcHv5Y

Judi said...

Choosing only one is too hard, Enty. There are SOO many classics. Everyone above has mentioned great ones. I also LOVE Ramble On - LZeppelin, As - Stevie Wonder, I like Astrid Giberto's version of Fly Me to the Moon (it's a touch faster than Sinatra's), really any of the greats from the 60s and early 70s. Anything by STP and Soundgarten. For just about any of those, I would stop what I was doing and listen 'til the end.

Alexis said...

I Didn't Mean To Turn You On--Robert Palmer

Rush Rush--Paula Abdul (I think that was 90s but whatever)

Careless Whispers--Wham!

Africa--Toto

God, did I just admit this out loud?

Ms. said...

okay, Mooshki - I thought you were referring to youtube.

J said...

Nikita Elton john

I've been losing You A-ha

Im a HUGE A-ha fan

Alexis said...

Oh shoot I'm an idiot! I didn't read that carefully enough, so I put down the cheesiest 80s songs. Oops. Ok here are my all time favorite songs:

There is a Light That Never Goes Out--The Smiths

Procession--New Order

Sealings--Yeah Yeah Yeahs

Caroline--MC Solaar

Miss You--The Rolling Stones

Ultraviolet--U2

sandman said...

chevy van,... its actually a good song.

dancing in the moonlight.

mama kin-aerosmith

take it easy-eagles

NYC2008 said...

Bizarre Love Triange by New Order

MikeandKathy said...

Comfortably Numb - Pink Floyd
All We Are - Kim Mitchell
Goodbye Yellow Brick Road - Elton John

Ice Angel said...

OK everyone STOP!!!! You're all making me have acid flashbacks!!!

LOL!!!

sunnyside1213 said...

When a Man Loves a Woman - Percy Sledge

Mooshki said...

Ha, oops, Ms! I blame Friday brain - I'm half checked out now.

Alexis, I'm SO glad you misread the question - that's an awesome list! :)

So many great songs, guys!!!

operaghost said...

I Love You - Climax Blues Band

Rhiannon -- Stevie Nicks/Fleetwood Mac

Magic Man -- Heart

Dr. Emily said...

How about a top five?

Muse 'Unintended'
Jeff Buckley 'Hallelulah'
Damien Rice 'The Blower's Daughter'
The Knack 'My Sharona'
Stone Temple Pilots 'Creep'

Green Wave Gal said...

How about songs that make you change the station after the first note!

All I Wanna Do (Sheryl Crow)

She Drives Me Crazy (Fine Young Cannibals)

I Don't Want to Miss a Thing (Aerosmith)

I'm sure there are more but these were the 1st three that I can't stand! :)

shoe addict said...

sweet child o mine
guns n roses

when i hear the guitar played by slash in the beginning...i get allm sorts of excited

Green Wave Gal said...

shoe addict--great one. I'm the same way. I had it as my ring tone for awhile and one day I was at CVS (drug store) and Slash was there and I SO wanted my phone to ring but it didn't! :(

Mama Theresa said...

american pie - don mclean

jack n diane - john COUGAR melloncamp.

Summer of 69 - b. adams. (yeah,. i know)

not on my dollar said...

kate said:

Stevie Wonder -- Superwoman


I feel like I'm doing it a disservice if I don't listen to the whole thing. It's that good.



Yes Kate I agree and I also love Golden Lady by Stevie.

bionic bunny! said...

both "blue moon" by the marcels, or any version, and "hooked on a feeling", either by b.j. thomas OR blue suede, will have me singing and dancing in the grocery store, embarrassing my children and onlookers.

of course, when you run a "fan club" for many years, you're out of touch with current music. i have a new fave from buffett's "take the weather with you": "breathe in, breathe out, move on"

"if a hurricane doesn't leave you dead, it will make you strong,
don't try to explain it, just bow your head, breathe in, breath out, move on"

i've been trying to make that my motto this year.

i also have to add mr. bunny's and my song,
"you're my inspiration" by chicago.
yeah, i'm old, bite me!

not on my dollar said...

My goodness we are all telling our age.

Majik said...

Always Something There to Remind Me by Naked Eyes

Drive by the Cars

Bela Legosi's Dead by Bauhaus

I can't choose.

Deesez said...

Led Zeppelin
All of my Love

Nope said...

Just Like Heaven by The Cure

Harriet Hellfire said...

Green wave gal; YOU MET SLASH???? *hyperventilating*

Ms. said...

Okay, everyone else is listing more than one song....

No Heaven by DJ Champion

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fwPyNOhXFd0

I *love* this song.

Green Wave Gal said...

I didn't talk to him. He was just standing next to me. He was just running errands like me. Here in LA I try to not approach celebrities doing everyday things. :)

For example, Tuesday night I was representing my alma mater at a college fair and the crazy neighbor/dad from Desperate Housewives came up to me (with his HS-age son) and was asking me questions. It was so difficult to just pretend that I didn't know who he was!

Ernestine said...

"Ain't No Sunshine," by Bill Withers. It's so sexy. I love it. It always soothes me. It's a perfect road trip song -- it's singalongable and only about three minutes long.

Or..."Just Like Heaven," by The Cure. That MIGHT be my all-time favorite song, which basically means that it's been my favorite song since junior high. Which might be kinda lame, but I don't care.

It's impossible to pick one favorite song, dammit. There are so many good tunes in this post, though! I love being reminded of The Verve and Cibo Matto. And "In Your Eyes" is still beautiful. I love it. I don't think it's dated.

Dijea said...

I wanna be adored, Stone Roses

RagDoll said...

"Parabola" by TOOL.

"This body holding me reminds me of my own mortality. Embrace this moment, remember: we are eternal, all this pain is an illusion"


Best. Lyrics. Ever.

Bad Fish said...

OMG so sorry ms. forgot this was your blog.

Oh wait.

Its not.

Mags said...

If you are forcing me to pick, it would have to be "Theme From the Greatest American Hero" Joey Scarbury. It is impossible to be in bad mood when that song plays.

Believe it or not, I'm walking on air. I never thought I could feel so free-ee-ee!

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Ms. said...

Oh yes, bad fish, I forgot how sensitive, deep and tortured you are. (yawn). You're the Keira Knightly of CDCN.

I posted one of my favourite songs earlier and posted another. Get over yourself.

Green Wave Gal said...

Mags-I LOVE that song. I just recommended it to a friend today for her free itunes song coupon that she had! :)

Greg said...

I hate to admit this, but I love Paula Abdul's 'Forever Your Girl'

audieh_1 said...

Can't pick just one.
Stairway to Heaven--Zepplin
Livin on a Prayer ---Bon Jovi
Don't want to miss a thing --Aerosmith

There are so many more but those three are definite tops in the stop whatever I am doing to listen category.

Ernestine said...

You're awesome, Greg! :-)

braverwoman said...

Has everyone forgotten about the King?

All time favorite song - Suspicious Minds by Elvis Presley.

If I only had one wish, it would be to have been one of the Sweet Inspiratons and to have sung back-up vocals on that masterpiece. My world stops everytime I hear it.

Kelli said...

yes I love suspicious minds!
I think my all-time is Wonderful tonight..the way EC sings it "unplugged'" amazing.
And since everyone is listing more than one, I do love "More today than yesterday" by Spiral Staircase, lol..

gossipbebeh said...

Not a big Madonna fan but
when "crazy for you" comes on
I swear I'm right back at a school slow dance!

gossipbebeh said...

damn mags "greatest american hero" was a good song. Funny that song has really stayed around so long much better than the show ever did.

I still love "my life" by Billy Joel just because it makes me think of Bosom buddies!

grandmastermargot said...

caravan of love, the housemartins

J said...

James - Sit Down

J said...

Muse - Time is Running Out

blankprincess said...

can't...pick...just...one GRRRRR

I have to employ revolving top-ten lists for my various media favorites. Typically about 6 or 7 spots are permanently taken and the other 3 or 4 are occupied by lustful dalliances that may or may not become permanent. Do feel free to use my strategy if it helps y’all cope with media pleasure overload. ;)

HAVING SAID THAT:

Sailing by Christopher Cross [http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Gi88a4YGc3g]

(with Celebration by Kool and the Gang [http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YwEMxYggoKQ] and Black Coffee in Bed by Squeeze [http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=610nUOJWxGc] as honorable mentions). Something about being a bitty wee one and loving to dance just by spinning in circles endlessly, with a little help from K-Tel.

I realize what I have just admitted to in a public forum, and I feel no shame.

Ummm, except I forgot this one for a minute: the SNL performance of Here Comes the Sun by George Harrison and Paul Simon [http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rAOclgppEXc]. Forgetting that IS shameful!


(p.s. ms., I think I love you!)

Harriet Hellfire said...

"I didn't talk to him. He was just standing next to me. He was just running errands like me. Here in LA I try to not approach celebrities doing everyday things. :) "

Haha, that's probably a good thing. There are only a few celebs that I would totally lose my cool with....and Slash happens to be one of them...*L*

Brandelyn said...

"Just Like Heaven" by The Cure...always.

I can't believe that someone said "Brandy" was their favorite song! I like the Red Hot Chili Peppers version.

I also love "Crush" by DMB...I want to dance with someone to that song someday.

Interplanet Janet said...

Something (in the way she moves) by the Beatles.

ElsieFire - my second would be anything by Split Enz or Crowded House. :)

Brandelyn said...

Oopsie! I forgot "The Working Hour" by Tears for Fears. I love the saxophone...I listen to it over and over along with the others.

This is so fun!

newsgrrl said...

Loves me some Marty Balin.

Miracles by Jefferson Starship came out when I was in college working as a barmaid. This was on the box and I still stop and listen to it - and get chills.

obitguy said...

This one by Alive 'n Kickin' always stops me in my tracks. Reminds me of my first junior high school crush:

Tighter & Tighter

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AcqfaWsMIoM&fmt=18

aanjheni said...

Everyone has such terrific songs! Like ya'll, I just cannot pick just one fav. So...

Tainted Love - Soft Cell
Bohemian Rhapsody - Queen
Closer - NIN
9th Symphony, New World Movement - Dvorak
Wonder - Natalie Merchant
Take Me Home Tonight - Eddie Money
Desert Rose - Sting
The Rain, The Park, and Other Things - Cowsills

God, I am a such a schizo-music freak...

valerie said...

"Running Up That Hill" by Kate Bush. The music feels like the rhythm of my heartbeat.

Jerry said...

♫ What is love... ♫

West End Girl said...

"Be My Baby" - The Ronettes, although anything by them makes me stop, dance and sing along.

"Tied Up Too Tight" - Hard-fi, they're one of my favourite bands.

"With or Without You" - U2 and I loathe them usually.

"Always on my mind" or "What Have I Done to Deserve This" - Pet Shop Boys.

"Can't Turn You Loose" - The man, Otis.

I couldn't just pick one hehe.

blossom6673 said...

The Passenger - the Siouxsie version. The horns just make me move my shit!

Mooshki said...

Okay, did anyone else just blow their yearly iTunes budget because of this topic? SO MANY GREAT SONGS HERE!!! I wanted to say "me too!" to a bunch of people, then I realized I'd be re-posting the entire thread.

ms snarky said...

What it Takes - Aerosmith

when I'm going crazy -

Blow Up the Outside World Soundgarden

ms snarky said...

and way old -

Us and Them - Pink Floyd

jax said...

too many!

something so strong - crowded house

ms snarky said...

geez -

1979 - Smashing Pumpkins

Santa Monica - Everclear

Long December - Counting Crows

so many! my head is bursting!!

ms snarky said...

best dance song of all time, bar none (at least for me!)


Sexual Healing (Dance Remix) - Max-a-Million

Leah said...

Panama - Van Halen

bionic bunny! said...

mags-
greatest american hero was mike post (MIKEY!) and steve geyer.

we're big fans of mike around here!

ms snarky said...

Billy Joel -

Until the Night

Half a Mile Away

New York State of Mind

I still love him. He's on my freebie list. Now if I can just distract Katie Lee......

classalpha said...

... I love '80s rock/hair metal bands and songs - Journey, Van Halen, Night Ranger, Whitesnake, etc. ... "cheesey" or NOT... bands like those kick the CRAP out of the *cRap/nu-metal/EmoScreamo/Techno/Schmeck-no CESS* that passes for "music" today...


... BTW... Ent... "heard" any more *distressing news* re: the DRUGGED-UP/BLACKMAILED WH0RE w/ the ow 'DEAD' acting "career" aka Brittany Anne Murphy Bertolotti?


... and NO... I DON'T and WILL NEVER "recognize" Her *FAKE/FONY/FRAUDULENT/BLACKMAILING SKUM-jack "husband's" PUTRID "name"*... NEVER.

classalpha said...

^... *that's* now-'DEAD' acting "career"... that *is*.

Mic said...

Fool In The Rain - Led Zeppelin

Dr.Jerkberg said...

Everlong always and forever!!! I'm with you, mes!!

Dr.Jerkberg said...

and by "mes" I mean Mazemerizing ;)

Yellow Rose said...

Man, this was really tough, took me all weekend to decide (ironically enty's question coincides with my making some CDs of my favorite songs-at least my favorite country songs)-I'm still

"Classic" Country: there are COUNTLESS, but I listed only 2):
Redneck Girl-Bellamy Brothers

Seven Spanish Angels-Willie Nelson & Ray Charles

Newer Country: (ironically, 1st 2 are remakes of old songs)
Life in a Northern Town-Sugarland, Little Big Town & Jake Owens

Lucille-Billy Currington's remake

Whiskey Girl-Toby Keith

Non-Country:
Wish You Were Here-Pink Floyd (Marty Casey's version was damn good too)

Jac said...
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Jac said...

Tiffany "think we're alone now"
Dolly parton "9 to 5"...
Dan Fogelberg"Same Old Lang Syne"
Soooooooooooooo sad...

racerspr1 said...

Scandal -- Good-bye to you!

donna said...

Mama Kin - aerosmith ..

gossipbebeh said...

I have to add:
Smooth Criminal by Michael Jackson

worst part is that he made this song when he was already in his "freak transformation", but still a great song.

LaurenD said...

Wow! I totally forgot about "I Got You" - Split Endz!That's my runner up for sure.

My winner: Naive Melody (This Must Be the Place) - Talking Heads...always and forever!

shakey said...

I know I'm late to the party. Haven't had time to come on much.

Look Up to the Sky by The Indians. It played during the credit roll at the end of Kalifornia.

Love the variety here - Cowsills, Stone Roses, Jay Ferguson. Sounds like my iPod! Miss You by the Stones makes me 16 again. At least in my head.