More Than a Feeling
They should play this song 24 hours a day, seven days a week at the toll booths surrounding the city of Boston.
This song's use in 'Dazed and Confused' could be one of the best film opening scenes ever.
House of the Rising Sun
The earliest recording of this folk song is from 1933, but historians think it might date back to the 1600s.
For What It's Worth
In concert, Neil Young just plays that single chiming note over and over, which must be kinda boring for him.
Paint It Black
You should, in fact, paint any red doors you have black, because studies have shown red makes people angry.
Skynryd once again engages in lyrical kung-fu. Call them simple? They agree, and suddenly, it's a strength.
Repeatedly in interviews, Robert Plant has stated that this is one of his favorite Zeppelin songs. Why argue?
The lyrics state "desperation is the English way." Also: apologizing for everything, and driving on the left.
J.R.R. Tolkien fans proudly count Robert Plant, author of these "Rings"-inspired lyrics, as one of their own.
Wish You Were Here
Do they actually wish their former leader Syd was there? Would three cooks really have fit into that kitchen?
Let It Be
Most fans agree this comes from the "worst" Beatles album, but that's quite a relative measure, isn't it?
Was Mary Clayton more: a) excited to sing on a Stones song, or b) freaked out by the lyrics they gave her?
Another Brick in the Wall, Pt. 2
Even Pink Floyd wasn't immune to disco beats back in the seventies, but to their credit, they kept it rockin'.
Five song jukebox domination plan: 'Free Bird,' 'Life's Been Good,' 'Kashmir,' 'Stairway,' and 'Stranglehold.'
If you have not seen their brief reunion set at Live 8, which ended with this song, you're cheating yourself.
Floyd and Zep are trading spots up here like the Clintons and Bushes used to do with the White House.
Sweet Home Alabama
Remember in the Blues Brothers when Jake sees the light? The same thing can happen with this song.
Glenn Frey tells listeners to treat this song like a 'Twilight Zone' story instead of seeking exact meanings.
Stairway to Heaven
If Jimmy Page had a nickel for each time this topped a song list, he'd be, well... poorer than he really is!