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  • phantasmkissphantasmkiss Posts: 966 Member
    X-Kid - Green Day
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  • VanPelt81VanPelt81 Posts: 2,359 Member
    Your Shameful Heaven - My Dying Bride
  • DeKayDeKay Posts: 57,265 Member
    Zero by Crown The Empire
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  • kuriakoskuriakos Posts: 30 Member
    Animals by Maroon 5
  • aldavoraldavor Posts: 1,314 Member
    edited March 23
    Book of Days - Enya (1991)

    "Book of Days" is a hit song released in two versions, both composed and recorded by Irish musician Enya. The original version, included on the 1991 album Shepherd Moons, was sung in Irish Gaelic. The subsequent 1992 single version was bilingual, with new English lyrics; this version was recorded for Ron Howard's film Far and Away, and scenes from the film feature in the video. The bilingual English-Irish version (2:56) replaced the original pure Gaelic version (2:34) on subsequent pressings of Shepherd Moons from mid-1992 onwards, making the original recording relatively rare.

    Despite being nominated for a Razzie, "Book of Days" became Enya's second top-ten single on the UK Singles Chart, peaking at number 10, and reached number 12 on the Irish Singles Chart. It was used as a temp track during the editing of James Cameron's film Titanic, for the scene eventually accompanied by the musical cue called "Take Her To Sea, Mr. Murdoch" on the finished soundtrack by James Horner.

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  • luvdasims55luvdasims55 Posts: 4,728 Member
    Cocaine - Eric Clapton


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  • BrandontaylorBrandontaylor Posts: 2,010 Member
    Daytime Friends - Kenny Rogers, whom we lost on Friday.
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    The Batfamily
  • DeKayDeKay Posts: 57,265 Member
    Everytime We Touch by Cascada.
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  • AlayafantAlayafant Posts: 33 Member
    Fight Song - Taylor Swift
  • AlayafantAlayafant Posts: 33 Member
    > @Alayafant said:
    > Fight Song - Taylor Swift

    Sorry, I meant Rachel Platten. Does this mean I failed the game? haha
  • DeKayDeKay Posts: 57,265 Member
    Nah, it's fine.

    Good Riddance by Green Day.
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  • aldavoraldavor Posts: 1,314 Member
    Happy Together - The Turtles (1967)

    Despite what the title implies, this is not a song about a couple in love. According to Gary Bonner, who wrote the song with Alan Gordon, the song is about unrequited love. Our desperate singer wants the girl to "imagine how the world could be so very fine," proposing what would happen "if I should call you up." The line in the fadeout, "How is the weather?" is when he realizes they will never be more than passing acquaintances, as he resorts to small talk to keep from bursting into tears.

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  • DeKayDeKay Posts: 57,265 Member
    I Just Wanna Live by Good Charlotte.
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  • VanPelt81VanPelt81 Posts: 2,359 Member
    Jupiterian Vibe - Samael

  • DeKayDeKay Posts: 57,265 Member
    King For A Day by Pierce The Veil feat. Kellin Quinn
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  • luvdasims55luvdasims55 Posts: 4,728 Member
    L.A. Woman - The Doors


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  • VanPelt81VanPelt81 Posts: 2,359 Member
    edited March 25
    Monolith - Mortiis

  • DeKayDeKay Posts: 57,265 Member
    Nihilist Blues by Bring Me The Horizon.
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  • luvdasims55luvdasims55 Posts: 4,728 Member
    On the Border - Eagles


    Why don't we have doorbells?
  • TEXASKITTYKATTEXASKITTYKAT Posts: 4,084 Member
    "Paint It Black" by The Rolling Stones
  • aldavoraldavor Posts: 1,314 Member
    edited March 26
    Question - Moody Blues (1970)

    "Question" is a 1970 single by the English progressive rock band the Moody Blues. It was written by guitarist Justin Hayward, who provides lead vocals. "Question" was first released as a single in April 1970 and remains their second highest charting song, reaching number two and staying on the chart for 12 weeks. It was later featured as the lead track on the 1970 album A Question of Balance. The single also features the song "Candle of Life" on its B-side, which was from the Moody Blues' previous album To Our Children's Children's Children.

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  • DeKayDeKay Posts: 57,265 Member
    Reptile by Thornhill.
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  • luvdasims55luvdasims55 Posts: 4,728 Member
    Say You Love Me or Say Goodnight - REO Speedwagon


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  • CIariteaCIaritea Posts: 47 Member
    Tomorrow by Stone Temple Pilots

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  • luvdasims55luvdasims55 Posts: 4,728 Member
    Up On Cripple Creek - The Band


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