Thread: Your first favorite song ?

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    Mine was "What A Fool Believes" by the Doobie Brothers
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    Probably "Secret Agent Man" or "American Pie." I still love 'em both.
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    I can recall it being "Blitzkrieg Bop"
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    New York Minute by the Eagles
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    Slayer-agressive perfector.

    Not my favourite song nowadays, but it still kicks ass.
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    Private Eyes by Hall and Oats.
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    1st - Celebration - Kool & the Gang
    2nd -Dancing with Myself - Billy Idol
    3rd - Electric Avenue - Eddie Grant
    4th - Footloose - Kenny Loggins
    5th - Thriller - Michael Jackson
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    Thats are hard one and this is just a guess.

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    Sledgehammer by Peter Gabriel
    I've Got My Mind Set on You by George Harrison
    Never Been Any Reason by Head East
    Jungle Love by Steve Miller Band
    Born to be Wild by Steppenwolf
    Light My Fire by The Doors
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    White Lion - When The Children Cry
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    OK, please don't laugh..."End of the Line" by Traveling Wilburys. My mom used to listen to the tape endlessly and it just grew on me. My sister hated it that tape so much she hid it one day (or tossed it). We still talk about how messed up that was.
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    I can't quite remember my favourite song when I was little, but I've still got the same taste pretty much as I did when i was younger (I love classic rock). I pretty much love stuff by The beatles, Pink Floyd, Led Zeppelin, America (yeah, I'm lame), The Doors, Fleetwood Mac, T.Rex, Elton John, Joni Mitchell Billy Joal, etc etc etc.
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    Hahaha I like the Traveling Wilburys...

    I think the first song I really liked was "The Continuing Story of Bungalow Bill" by the Beatles, when I was little. My dad would play the White Album really loud and I liked that song. I still like it but it's not my favorite.
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    Well I was five in 1985 so I had two favorites Wham's " Wake Me Up Before You Go-Go " and Ray Parker Jr.'s " Ghostbuster's Theme ". Me and my cousin would sing it together all the time.
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    As far back as I can remember, I would say my very first favorite song (which was also my very first 45 rpm record) was "Raindrops Keep Falling On My Head" - B.J. Thomas. I was 5 years old and it was around the time the song was released (early 1970).
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    Quote by Timothy1964
    As far back as I can remember, I would say my very first favorite song (which was also my very first 45 rpm record) was "Raindrops Keep Falling On My Head" - B.J. Thomas. I was 5 years old and it was around the time the song was released (early 1970).


    I remember watching Spiderman 3 when they played that song ... i just cracked up.
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    money by pink floyd
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    i was brought up on country and my favorite song was thunder rolls by garth brooks
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    My first nursery rhyme was "Dance Dance Dance"by Steve Miller. Used to listen to Fly Like An Eagle on record all the time, that and Jim Croce's Time In a Bottle were my favorites.
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