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100 Greatest Songs Of All Time
One of the best liked songs among the 100 Greatest Songs Of All Time is David Bowie’s Life on Mars?
The single was part of the album Hunky Dory, released in 1971. The song makes it to 100 Greatest
Songs Of All Time because of the combination of stirring melody and poetic imagery that makes the
song completely sensational. Listening to the song makes every listener want to sing along and there is
no doubt that the song is absolutely immortal.
While very many songs by The Beatles would make it to the list of the 100 Greatest Songs Of All Time,
the McCartney-Lennon track Let it Be is definitely the greatest. The song is one that touched the hearts
of millions of music lovers across the world and continues to score among the most loved songs even
today. The other songs composed by The Beatles that made waves, becoming part of the 100 greatest
songs are Strawberry Fields and A Day in the Life. This is what most people think, while others have
their own favorites, even Eleanor Rigby and Sergeant Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band.
One of the greatest singers and musicians of all time is undoubtedly Bob Dylan. It is but natural that
Dylan’s tracks should be part of the 100 greatest songs of all time. Perhaps the most well known and
most loved song composed and sung by Bob Dylan is Tangled up in Blue. Reviewed by Rolling Stone
as #68 of the greatest songs of all time, Tangled up in Blue was inspired by his study of painting and
particularly the Cubist group of artists.


More 100 Greatest Songs
her songs that make it into the 100 greatest songs of all time are Lola by Ray Davies, Redemption Song
by Bob Marley, Saint James Infirmary, Somewhere over the Rainbow, I’ve Got You Under My Skin,
Everybody Hurts by Randy Newman, Sympathy for the Devil by Jagger and Richards of the Rolling
Stones, The Boxer by Simon and Garfunkel, Daddy’s Gone by James Allan and I Wish I Knew How It
Would Feel To Be Free by Billie Richards.
A count of these songs is bound to reveal that these are but 25 of the greatest songs of all time. The
others are there for the listener to discover and needless to say, the search is bound to one of pleasure
and self discovery. So go out there, find the clues and start the search for the 100 great songs of all
time. Who knows, you may not be able to stop at 100!

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