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  1. Feb 05, 2022 · To give you a list of the greatest songs ever, we have chosen the best classic rock songs of all time. 1. Baba O’ Riley – The Who If something needs your attention, you should attend to it first before listening to this song. The song will have you hooked from the beginning to the end.

  2. The Billboard Book of Top 40 Hits, 9th Edition: Complete Chart Information about America's Most Popular Songs and Artists, 1955-2009 Paperback – October 5, 2010 by Joel Whitburn (Author) 318 ratings See all formats and editions Kindle $22.99 Read with Our Free App Paperback $28.49 23 Used from $18.33 13 New from $22.99

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    • Machine Gun Kelly, “Bloody Valentine” Nope, it’s not the simulation going bad — Machine Gun Kelly did indeed release the best rock single of 2020. “Bloody Valentine” hushed any remaining doubts about MGK’s career pivot and eventually brought him to pop’s biggest stages, both figuratively (topping the Billboard 200 with his Tickets to My Downfall album) and literally (playing both the VMAs pre-show and the AMAs main show).
    • beabadoobee, “Care” Carefully constructed but delivered with joyful relish, Beabadoobee’s “Care” is a piquant blast of ’90s alt-rock, finding the 20-year-old singer-songwriter brushing off someone’s performative sympathy and opting to find solace in a swirl of jangly guitars and Paisley tones.
    • 24kGoldn feat. iann dior, “Mood” Call it rock, call it rap, call it pop — all true, and all insufficient at capturing the energy and jubilation that the opening guitar scrapes of “Mood” produced across seemingly every radio format in 2020.
    • Phoebe Bridgers, “Kyoto” In a press statement upon the release of “Kyoto,” Phoebe Bridgers explained that the song is about “impostor syndrome” — about being in Japan, playing her music half a world from where it was conceived, and dissociating with that positive experience.
  5. Great Family Songbook: A Treasury of Favorite Show Tunes, Sing Alongs, Popular Songs, Jazz & Blues, Children's Melodies, International Ballads, Folk ... Jingles, and More for Piano and Guitar Dan Fox 576 Spiral-bound 53 offers from $3.90 #25 The Big Book of Hymns Piano, Vocal and Guitar Chords Hal Leonard Corp 223 Paperback 26 offers from $10.84

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