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Posted: 1/29/2011 4:58:31 PM EDT
[Last Edit: 1/29/2011 5:00:03 PM EDT by Mal_means_bad]
Not necessarily your favorite song at the time, but the one that comes back to mind the most often now. I'm 30, mine is Collective Soul's December, 1995, I end up whistling it all the time:

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GNR, Sweet Child O' Mine, 1987, is a close second. It was all over the radio throughout my teen years (as is Right and Good), I remember the entire school bus singing along to "she's got eyes of the bluest skies" and wild air guitar solos honoring Slash, both randomly and whenever the radio station played the song:

Youtube (full length version)





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this was new and being played constantly on the radio.

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I remember my senior year, going to some party out in the country, we pull up and there's a bulldozer pile - it was bigger than a house - that had been set on fire, kids were dancing in the firelight to 'smells like teen spirit'.

Almost 20 years later, and that's still stuck in my head.
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Carry On Wayward Son by Kansas

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Allman Bothers.

Remind me of my Father and I
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Neil Young's "Heart of Gold"

In 1970 I was 10 yrs old and that summer there was a garage band in the neighborhood that played that song a lot. And then they stopped. Rumor was one of the guys went off to Vietnam. But everytime I hear this song it takes me back to those simple days riding my bicycle all over town, stopping by that garage when the music filled the air, and wondering if that rumor was true and what became of that young man.
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This used to be my favorite tape when I rode around with my dad when I was a youngin'.

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David Allan Coe I like sugar and I like tea....Cant get it out of my head since that state of the union speech!LOL
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With Egypt in the news lately, I can't get this out of my head.
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Because my Mom played it endlessly in the grocery getter cassette system:

John Denver's Greatest Hits
Neil Diamond's Greatest Hits
Barbara Streisand's Greatest Hits
The Carpenters Greatest Hits

Fuck me.
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Showing my age. Crystal & Clover - Tommy James and the Shondells (sp?) No link. You know it.
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[Last Edit: 1/29/2011 5:31:30 PM EDT by CZ75_9MM]
After watching Hot Tub Time Machine "Home Sweet Home" has been stuck in my head for quite some time now.
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This song reminds me of being a young kid at the lake. There was a big canopy/covered area that had a big jukebox and invariably someone would put this song on. We spent a lot of summers there at the lake and every time I hear this song I can still remember all the good times.

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Vanilla ice, ice ice baby I can scary okey it perfect.
Dr dre , nuthin but a g thing
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late 70's led zepplin "ocean" singing to the ocean and the ocean is my home..... San Diego north county rocked and unless you lived it you can never know.
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Last dance with mary jane

and

little miss can't be wrong
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Originally Posted By savage1:
Showing my age. Crystal & Clover - Tommy James and the Shondells (sp?) No link. You know it.


You ARE old!

You even forgot the name of the song. It's Crimson & Clover.
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Detroit Rock City


I still use it in one of my running mixes



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I was devastated to hear of Shannon's passing several years later. I still love their music. Especially this one>>




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Mr. Crowley.
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Originally Posted By desertmoon:




hahah .. this song popped in my head for some reason when I saw the Crystal Gayle titled thread




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Originally Posted By desertmoon:



Holy cow! I haven't thought of that song in forever! She came to our little county fair back when this song was just gaining in popularity. Thought she was rather cute too.
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Originally Posted By clamman:
David Allan Coe I like sugar and I like tea....Cant get it out of my head since that state of the union speech!LOL


what you aren't going to finish the song?
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[Last Edit: 1/29/2011 6:12:41 PM EDT by Lattimer]
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CGJrrRvTGFE

Remember this like yesterday. It was an old song at the time (I think), but I remember it on the cassette deck of the Taurus during the many trips with my parents from Buffalo to Myrtle Beach. So many songs I learned to love and to associate with the beautiful smell of dew and tobacco in the early mornings of North Carolina on the way down. Miss those times....
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Grieg's, In the Hall of the Mountain King.

It's been stuck in my head since 1975.
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Originally Posted By CEFPARTS:


I was devastated to hear of Shannon's passing several years later. I still love their music. Especially this one>>





Blind Melon was a great band one of the best from the 90's! I remember reading it in the news paper that Shannon had died funny enough i didnt really care when Cobain offed himself
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Bush - Glycerine

Lots and lots of good times
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Still one of the greatest songs evAr.

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Originally Posted By PantherArms762:
Still one of the greatest songs evAr.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=07Y0cy-nvAg


Absolutely!
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dammit
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Define "youth". . .
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Anything by Erasure in the late 80's.

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Not just one song but a whole album:

Bridge of Sighs by Robin Trower
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Holy cow..I just blew by my 16,000 post and did'nt even notice..have I caught up to ETH yet?
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