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One of my favourites, but it's really impossible to choose a "best song ever" out of my 2000+ CD collection.

Perhaps it could be Paradise Lost "Shadowkings" from the 1995 CD titled Draconian Times. Shadowkings still sounds amazing some 12 years after the first time I heard it.

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This is a nigh on impossible choice.

 

JD's Floyd track "Comfortably Numb" has to be up there.

 

From the stuff I listen to most of the time, my choice has to be "Amused to Death", which is the last track of the album of the same name by Roger Waters.

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Well, just in case anyones still interested in this topic, I've actually rediscovered, (after listening to some stuff I haven't listened to in a long time) what was once my favourite song of all time, and is once again.

 

Mr. Bojangles.

 

The definitive version is by Sammy Davis Jr. (IMHO), but this song has been covered by so many people.

 

Compare Sammy Davis with Robbie Williams here:

 

Niel Diamond and Dylan also did pretty good versions of this.

 

The actual Mr Bojangles was this guy.

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Still impossible to choose for me, but this time I'm saying Thunder Road. :)

I take it that's Springsteen.

 

If it is I'm sure I've got that somewhere.

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I take it that's Springsteen.

 

If it is I'm sure I've got that somewhere.

 

Yep, and its probably in my top 20 or even 10 songs of all time. I just can't place them that way though because there are so many great ones. :(

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Justin Timberlake

 

"I'm bringing sexy back"

 

That one will definately go down in the history books as one of the best of all time.

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Justin Timberlake

 

"I'm bringing sexy back"

 

That one will definately go down in the history books as one of the best of all time.

 

:blink: ... :huh: .... :o .... :mellow: .... :unsure:

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"Shout" by the Isley Brothers. Written in '59, even kids today cannot sit still when it plays. "Golden Oldie". . . :D

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Does "listen to your heart" by Wild Rose ,counts ? I love it- funny thing is I never could figuring out what type of music it is, is it RMB?

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Does "listen to your heart" by Wild Rose ,counts ? I love it- funny thing is I never could figuring out what type of music it is, is it RMB?

 

I guess it would count and as for the type of music I consider it as Soft Rock.!!

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Going Underground by The Jam. A UK number one back in March 1980, flopped in the US though.

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Staind - Right Here

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I've started to like some of the stuff by flyleaf [flyleaf wiki] [flyleaf homepage].

 

Though, I couldn't pick an all time favorite song, I like to many from too many artists.

I prefer variation, so I listen to more radio than bought tracks.

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This time I'm saying:

The Beatles- entire catalog. :P

 

Well, right now I'm listening to Let it Be. :D

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