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Link Posted: 4/27/2001 6:36:01 AM EST
[#1]
In my haste this morning, I forgot to add Lee Greenwood's "God Bless the USA" to my list.
Link Posted: 4/27/2001 6:48:52 AM EST
[#2]
The best statement about the present times.
"Lawyers, Guns, & Money" by Warren Zevon.

"Dad, send lawyers, guns, & money, get me out of here"

The replacement for "Grass, Cash or Ass"
Link Posted: 4/27/2001 6:51:01 AM EST
[#3]
"Free Bird,"
by Lynard Skynard!
one great song

nathan barton
Link Posted: 4/27/2001 6:51:36 AM EST
[#4]
Ballad of the Green Berets.

"Fighting soldiers from the sky,
Fearless men who jump and die,
Men who do just as they say,
These are men of the Green Beret,
Trained in combat and SF ,these are men,
Their country's best,trained to fight  
both night and day,these are men of the
        Green Beret."

"Silver wings upon their chest,these are
 men,America's best,one-hundred men we test
 today,but only three win the Green Beret."
 

Link Posted: 4/27/2001 6:53:11 AM EST
[#5]
Quoted:
Amazing Grace is THE best song you can think of?!?

I think you better hurry, your rocket ship to planet whack-o is boarding.
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M4 -

Thru your song picks and ESPECIALLY the post above, you are showing your [strike] age [/strike]  uhh, I mean immaturity.

Amazing Grace done on the bagpipes could only NOT affect you is you were brain dead. Or have no soul.

Some other good ones -

Christian -

Ray Boltz "Behold the Lamb" If you have ANY faith in God at all, you GOTTA hear this song. Makes me cry like a jilted school girl.

Country -

Teddy Bear (can't remember the singer)
He Stopped Loving Her Today - George Jones
If I were you - Collin Raye

Rock -

Cuts like a Knife  - Bryan Adams
Heaven - Bryan Adams
Remembrance Day - Bryan Adams

Not the best - but all good.



Link Posted: 4/27/2001 8:09:28 AM EST
[#6]
Link Posted: 4/27/2001 8:12:43 AM EST
[#7]
Rodeo song:  "Well, its 40 below and don't give a ..."
Link Posted: 4/27/2001 8:16:12 AM EST
[#8]
Sigman, you have a point there...A/3/11th
Link Posted: 4/27/2001 11:12:36 AM EST
[#9]
For us Rednecks:

[size=4][b][u][red][center]THE DEVIL WENT DOWN TO GEORGIA[/size=4][/b][/u][/red][/center]

GREATEST SONG EVER WRITTEN AND/OR COMPOSED!!!
But seriously...I could never pick one song as the best.  Too many excellent songs.  Oh what the hell, I say Star Spangled Banner.
Link Posted: 4/27/2001 1:19:57 PM EST
[#10]
Four Horseman by Metallica
Link Posted: 4/27/2001 2:07:55 PM EST
[#11]
garandman:  I think Elvis did Teddybear.

"Standing on the Moon"  Jerry Garcia and Robert Hunter.
Link Posted: 4/27/2001 2:19:39 PM EST
[#12]
I'm getting to old for this shit of picking the best after 50 plus years. Lets just say long live rock and roll.

By the way those who have heard the highland pipes know what it does to a mans soul. There no words to express it.
Link Posted: 4/27/2001 2:31:50 PM EST
[#13]
Without a doubt, I would have to say, "Semper Fidelis," by John Phillip Sousa

And, yes... Amazing Grace played on bagpipes

Other great ones would include "The Thunderer" and "Stars and Stripes Forever" (both by Sousa), and "National Emblem March" by E.E.Bagley

"Ride of the Valkyries" by Wagner ("scares the Hell out of the 'Slopes...'")

FITTER out
Link Posted: 4/27/2001 2:54:52 PM EST
[#14]
Echoes-Pink Floyd
Ripple-Grateful Dead
Shamba Lamba Ding Dong-Otis Day and the Knights
The End-Doors
Voodoo Chile Slight Return-Jimi or SRV
La Via Stragiata-Rush
Pepsi Commercial with Brittany Spears
Link Posted: 4/27/2001 3:40:36 PM EST
[#15]
Ok guys, since...  forget it.

All Hollows Eve by Type-O-Negative
Kim by Eminem
If I Had a Million Dollars by Eminem
Pain in the World by Danzig
Astro Zombies by The Misfits
Damage Inc by Metallica
Seasons in the Abyss by Slayer
Take My Hand by Dido
Sweet Surrender by Sarah McLachlan
Tear in Your Hand by Tori Amos
Baker Baker by Tori Amos
It Can't Rain All the Time by Jane Sibbery
Love Song for a Vampire by Annie Lennox
Pictures of You by The Cure
The Loudest Sound by The Cure
Disintegration by The Cure
How's it Gonna Be by Third Eye Blind
God of Wine by Third Eye Blind
Long Day by Matchbox20
Time by Shawn Mullins
You Mean Everything to Me by Shawn Mullins
Sunday Morning Coming Down by Shawn Mullins
Love a Diamond by Tonic
Mean to Me by Tonic
Black Balloon by The Goo Goo Dolls
Acoustic #3 by The Goo Goo Dolls
Name by The Goo Goo Dolls
Wake Up by Dishwalla
Counting Blue Cars by Dishwalla
Angels by Stroke 9
Tear Me in Two by Stroke 9
Satan is My Motor by Cake
Sad Songs and Waltzes by Cake
What I Got by Sublime
Hey Joe by Jimi Hendrix
Big Trouble by David Lee Roth
Not Dark Yet by Bob Dylan
The End by The Doors
The Alabama Song by The Doors
Somebody Else, Not Me by Duran Duran
The Chauffer by Duran Duran
Hungry Like the Wolf by Duran Duran
Personal Jesus by Depeche Mode
Blue Dress by Depeche Mode
Hideaway by Fuel
Sunburn by Fuel
My Own Prison by Creed
Re-arranged by Limp Bizkit
Got the Life by Korn
All in the Family by Korn
Keep Your Head Up by 2Pak
Today Was a Good Day by Ice Cube
Keep Their Heads Ringing by Dr Dre
Housewife by Dr Dre
Ice Cream by Sarah McLachlan
Rooster by Alice in Chains
Down in a Hole by Alice in Chains
The Soft Parade by The Doors
Fortress Around Your Heart by Sting
When the Angels Fall by Sting
Every Breath You Take by The Police
Tea in the Sahara by The Police
I Just Died in Your Arms Tonight by The Cutting Crew
Relax by Frankie Goes to Hollywood

And many more...
Tyler
Link Posted: 4/27/2001 3:41:57 PM EST
[#16]
Hold On Looseley- 38 Spec
Gator Country- Molly Hatchet
I know a Little- Skynyrd
Sweet Home Alabama- Skynyrd
Simple Man- Skynyrd Version
Call Me the Breeze- Skynyrd Version
Free Bird- Skynyrd

Head like a Hole- NIN
Respect- Aretha Franklin
Anything by Earth, Wind, and Fire
Sunburst- Andrew York
A Country Boy Can Survive- Bocephus
1 More Last Chance- Vince Gill
Ring of Fire- JC
Still Alive- Sam Pacetti
Die Nigger Die- Uncle Adolf
Man in the Box- AIC
Come on Over- Christina Agulerra
(Guilty Pleasure, I know)
Son of Preacher- Dusty Springfield




Link Posted: 4/27/2001 3:47:01 PM EST
[#17]
April '77, 3rd Batt,MCRD P.I., pulling guard duty on the Obstacle Course, awaiting graduation.  0600, dark as sin and foggy as he!!, I heard Amazing Grace on the Pipes.  Someone across the road, by the water, let me know I wasn't alone that Sunday morning.

A Mighty Fortress - Martin Luther

Dead Skunk in the Middle of the Road - Ludin Wainwright III(?) BWAAHAHAAHAAAHAHAHA!!!!!!
Link Posted: 4/27/2001 3:56:09 PM EST
[#18]
Star Spangled Banner
Disposable hero's- Metallica
Link Posted: 4/27/2001 3:59:58 PM EST
[#19]
Amazing Grace ont he top.
After that:
    Seven Spanish Angels by Willie Nelson and Ray Charles
    anything by ACDC, Metallica, or my main man and leader for us all Ted Nugent
Link Posted: 4/27/2001 4:36:17 PM EST
[#20]
Emerson, Lake, & Palmer:
Closer to Believing
C'est La Vie
Jerusalem

Iron Maiden:
Prodigal Son
Hallowed Be Thy Name
To Tame A Land
Rime of the Ancient Mariner
Alexander the Great
The Sign of the Cross
The Clansman
Blood Brothers

Kansas:
Apercu
Song for America
Icarus - Borne on Wings of Steel
Closet Chronicles
No One Together
A Glimpse of Home

Led Zeppelin:
Tangerine
In the Light
Ten Years Gone
Bron-yr-aur

Hot Tuna:
Water Song (I LOVE this one!)

Rush:
Lakeside Park
Something for Nothing
Hemispheres
The Trees
Natural Science
The Camera Eye
Red Barchetta
The Weapon
Red Sector A
Afterimage
Marathon
Mystic Rhythms


Styx:
Young Man
A Song for Suzanne
Suite Madame Blue
Clair de Lune/Ballerina
Hallelujah Chorus

Triumph:
Ordinary Man
Fight the Good Fight

Yes:
Wondrous Stories

The Who:
The Song is Over

Uriah Heep:
Lady in Black
The Wizard

Ted Nugent/Amboy Dukes:
Hibernation
Journey to the Center of Your Mind

Fleetwood Mac:
Silver Springs



Link Posted: 4/27/2001 4:47:30 PM EST
[#21]

Townes Van Zandt: "To Live's To Fly"
Link Posted: 4/27/2001 5:10:52 PM EST
[#22]
Garandman, I believe Red Sovine sang Teddy Bear.
Other than The Star Spangled Banner and Amazing Grace, I've always been partial to 'He Went To Paris' by Jimmy Buffett.
Link Posted: 4/27/2001 5:11:04 PM EST
[#23]
The Star Spangled Banner
The Ballad of the Green Berets
God Bless the USA
Eve of Destruction





M4husker
Link Posted: 4/27/2001 5:48:51 PM EST
[#24]
How about Nowhere to Run, Martha and the Vandels
  who's getting old?
Link Posted: 4/27/2001 5:51:45 PM EST
[#25]
Any johny cash
george jones tennesee whiskey
Chris Wall something to shoot
Link Posted: 4/27/2001 6:03:06 PM EST
[#26]
Ballad of Curtis Lowe by Skynrd
Cortez the Killer by Neil Young
Johnny B. Goode covered by Hendrix
I'm Not Gonna' Let It Bother Me Tonight by Atlanta Rythm Section
The entire Tommy and Quadrophenia albums by The Who
Changes in Latitudes, Changes in Attitudes and Gods Own Drunk (performed live) by Jimmy Buffett
Roland the Headless Thompson Gunner by Warren Zevon
Low Spark of High-Heeled Boys by Traffic
Ole '55 by The Eagles
Lonesome Boy from Dixie by The Charlie Daniels Band
Heavy Metal by Don Felder
Anything off of The Legend of Jesse James album
Bell Bottom Blues by Eric Clapton
I'm amazed at some of the songs on peoples lists....I didn't know anybody else had heard of some of those songs.

Any Parrotheads on the board?

Can't believe I forgot:
Bye Bye Miss American Pie by ????  Is that even the right title?
Link Posted: 4/27/2001 6:05:10 PM EST
[#27]
Taps.
Link Posted: 4/27/2001 6:15:59 PM EST
[#28]
Link Posted: 4/27/2001 6:29:01 PM EST
[#29]
"God Bless the USA "
-by Lee Greenwood

Theres nothing like the feeling you get from hearing this song after a field problem and being dogged tired.  Somehow it lifts up people's spririts and makes you just say hooah!

Link Posted: 4/27/2001 6:56:33 PM EST
[#30]
Quoted:
Can't believe I forgot:
Bye Bye Miss American Pie by ????  Is that even the right title?
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Don McClean: "American Pie"
Link Posted: 4/27/2001 7:03:34 PM EST
[#31]
Originally Posted By nathan barton:
"Free Bird,"
by Lynard Skynard!
one great song

nathan barton
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Wasn't this song originally written in reference to the death of Duane Allman.......?
Link Posted: 4/27/2001 7:05:36 PM EST
[#32]
"What is Hip?", by TOWER OF POWER!
Link Posted: 4/27/2001 7:26:14 PM EST
[#33]
i thought long and hard about this one

1:  comfortably numb - pink floyd
2:  hotel califonia - eagles
3:  track #7 "red dirt girl" cd by emmylou. harris
4:  ballad of the green berets -
5:  riders on the storm - doors
6:  track #1 sound track to 'last temptation of christ - peter gabriel
7:  thunder island (?) 1977
8:  play that funky music white boy - wild cherry
9:  unforgetable fire - u2
10:  ccr - many tracks
11:  abba - many tracks

steve
(oh - unless sasquatch - the other one - has control of the 8 track in the flying saucer, he gets to listen to whatever he wants to!)
Link Posted: 4/27/2001 7:27:32 PM EST
[#34]
what an idiot the REAL #1 is

kashmir - led zep

sas out
Link Posted: 4/27/2001 7:53:54 PM EST
[#35]

Nobody Knows Me
(Lyle Lovett)

And I like cream in my coffee
And I like to sleep late on Sunday
And nobody knows me like my baby
And I like eggs over easy
With flour tortillas
And nobody knows me like my baby

And nobody holds me
And nobody knows me
Nobody knows me like my baby

But it was a dream made to order
South of the border
And nobody knows me like my baby
And she cried man how could you do it
And I swore that there weren't nothing to it
But nobody knows me like my baby

And nobody holds me
And nobody knows me
Nobody knows me like my baby

And I like cream in my coffee
And I hate to be alone on Sunday
And nobody knows me like my baby

Link Posted: 4/27/2001 10:11:29 PM EST
[#36]
Well these might not be the absolute best but these are a couple of the best nonreligious songs at least to me. More to follow later, maybe.

From the Wild Angels Soundtrack the best Biker Music.
Blue's Theme
Midnight Rider

and how can we forget
Born to be Wild
Link Posted: 4/28/2001 4:09:17 AM EST
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Link Posted: 4/29/2001 12:07:11 AM EST
[#38]
That song from "The Naked Prey" (c)1966.

Can't recall the title.

Wait for DVD release.
Link Posted: 4/29/2001 12:17:02 AM EST
[#39]
"The Stars and Stripes Forever"   No matter what kind of music people like, this one gets everyone's blood up.
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