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Old Jun 26th 2011, 07:10 PM
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Default All Time Favorite Songs....

I thought I saw this somewhere on this forum, but maybe not.... To take off from our favorite movies, what are your all time favorite songs?

(Note: I'm a *tad* older than some of you, so some of these are really old. What the hell, maybe you heard your parents play them. Also, since the early 90's I've listened to a lot of Irish music, so this reflects that as well.)

Here goes. My favorites, in no particular order:

I'll Be Seeing You in All the Old Familiar Places (my aunts used to sing this and I loved it.)

Moondance
Crazy Love
--Van Morrison

Only a Dream in Rio
Mexico
Machine Gun Kelly
Song For You Far Away
Sweet Baby James
--James Taylor

Wooden Ships
Guinevere
Teach Your Children
--Crosby, Stills, Nash (&Young?)

Love Has No Pride
Desperado
--Linda Ronstadt

Watching the River Run
House at Pooh Corner
--Loggins and Messina

Long and Winding Road
Something
Golden Slumbers
Maxwell's Silver Hammer
--the Beatles

My Sweet Lord
--George Harrison

Imagine
Happy XMass (War is Over)
--John Lennon

The Night They Drove Old Dixie Down
I Shall Be Released
--The Band

Daniel
--Elton John

Layla
Tears in Heaven
--Eric Clapton

Mull River Shuffle
Fare Thee Well, Love
The Tailor's Daughter
--The Rankin Family

Marble Halls
--Enya

The Sounds of Silence
Bridge Over Troubled Water
The Boxer
--Simon & Garfunkel

Some Folks' Lives Roll Easy
An American Tune
Something So Right
Still Crazy After All These Years
Long, Long Day
--Paul Simon

Sweet Vale of Avoca
As I Leave Behind Neidin
--Tommy Fleming

The Contender
The Cliffs of Dooneen
The City of Chicago
Joxer Goes to Stuttgart
--Christy Moore

Movin' Out
Scenes From an Italian Restaurant
She's Always a Woman
New York State of Mind
Vienna
--Billy Joel

The Green Fields of France
And the Band Played Waltzing Matilda
--John McDermott

No Frontiers
The Holy Ground
The Moon and St. Christopher
Annachie Gordon
--Mary Black

Summer Before the War
Laddie, Lie Near Me
--Connie Dover

My Father
Farewell to Trewathie
Send in the Clowns
Who Knows Where the Time Goes
--Judy Collins

Landslide
--Fleetwood Mac

Erin's Shamrock Shore
--Karen Casey

Bonny Portmore
Cymbeline
Dickens' Dublin (The Palace)
--Loreena McKennit

Factory Girl (with Sinead O'Connor)
The Foggy Dew (with Sinead O'Connor)
Paddy's Lament (with Mary Black)
The St. Stephen's Day Murders (with Elvis Costello)
The Wren in the Furze
Shenandoah (with Van Morrison)
Long Journey Home (with Elvis Costello)
--The Cheiftains

Sad Eyed Lady of the Lowlands
Man of Constant Sorrow
Long, Black Veil
--Joan Baez

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