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Top 100 Classic Rock Songs -- Part Three of Five

60
Walk This Way
The only way this song could be cooler is if Run-D.M.C. joined in and rapped on top of it. Wait, what? When?
Aerosmith Toys In The Attic
59
Carry on Wayward Son
Proof that keyboards can, in fact, rock out as much as guitars. Well... sometimes. OK, not that often, really.
Kansas Leftoverture
58
Something
George Harrison steps to the front of the "Fab Four" for once, and immediately classes up our list.
The Beatles Abbey Road
57
Thank You
It wasn't all about riffs for Zeppelin, and they proved it right from the start with this beautiful ballad.
Led Zeppelin II
56
Nights in White Satin
This haunting, symphonic and kinda spooky classic offers more proof of just how diverse rock and roll can be.
The Moody Blues Days of Future Passed
55
Knockin' on Heaven's Door
Guns N' Roses earned a spot on our list of the 10 Best Cover Songs with their version of this Dylan classic.
Bob Dylan Pat Garret And Billy The Kid
54
Imagine
I bet the hardest part in composing this song was to STOP writing verses. 'Imagine there's no ice cream.."
John Lennon Imagine
53
While My Guitar Gently Weeps
Adding Eric Clapton to the Beatles is kind of like the Yankees adding yet another all-star to their team.
The Beatles White Album
52
Us and Them
Pink Floyd invents great outer-space lounge rock, then perversely invite their roadie to talk over part of it.
Pink Floyd Dark Side Of The Moon
51
Sunshine of Your Love
Reportedly one of Jimi Hendrix's favorite records, as he frequently covered this song at his own concerts.
Cream Disreali Gears
50
Good Times Bad Times
The last time anything else came out of the gates as strong as this song does, it won the Kentucky Derby.
Led Zeppelin I
49
Righteous anger sure does sound good when it's coming from an honest man, doesn't it?
Credence Clearwater Revival Willie And The Poor Boys
48
It's Two-For-Tuesday here on the Top 100 Classic Rock Songs of All Time, so here's another blast from CCR!
Credence Clearwater Revival Green River
47
Heartbreaker / Living Loving Maid
How strange does it sound on the rare occasions when these songs are not played together on the radio?
Led Zeppelin II
46
Going to California
When you drive out west, it's mix-tape law to make this the very first song you play.
Led Zeppelin IV
45
Long Cool Woman (In a Black Dress)
The lyrics to this seemingly simple ode to a sexy woman actually feature quite an action-packed mini-spy story.
The Hollies Distant Light
44
Hey Hey What Can I Do
How much does Zeppelin rule? Even a song they only used as a b-side can end up on this chart.
Led Zeppelin Coda
43
Can't You See
Much like Pink Floyd, there is no Marshall Tucker. They discovered the name on the key to their studio space.
The Marshall Tucker Band
42
All My Love
Zeppelin puts the keyboards way up front, sing a sweet song for Robert Plant's son, and still totally rock.
Led Zeppelin In Through The Out Door
41
We Will Rock You / We Are the Champions
The perfect 1-2 punch for any athlete: first you promise to kick some butt, and then celebrate having done so.
Queen News Of The World


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