My Melancholy Blues - Queen
Spread Your Wings - Queen
A Rainy Night in Soho - Pogues
Stairway to Heaven - Led Zeppelin
Have You Ever Seen the Rain - Creedence Clearwater Revival
Wind of Change - Scorpions
Don't Stop Movin - S Club 7 (yeh, seriously )
Easy Come, Easy Go - Sutherland Brothers
Ask me again tomorrow though and I'll probably come up with a different list.
If we're getting started with Dionne Warwick, then surely Do you know the way to San Hose has to be the best?
Great tune, but we also have Walk on by (both written by Burt Baccarach). She has an effortless voice that doesn't try to dominate the track...maybe it's just nostalgia but they don't make them like they used to.
Love Radiohead, Creep's a great song but it's not even their greatest song, never mind the greatest song ever (which is, obviously, Dr Jones by Aqua...)
Best Radiohead song, IMHO, is How to Disappear Completely or Paranoid Android, but there are plenty to choose from which stand up (virtually all of The Bends and OK Computer apart from the one with guest vocals from Stephen Hawkins).
Best song ever is Rock N Roll Star by Oasis.
I'm not letting this go unnoticed or unchallenged but I admire your decisiveness.
It's now got to the point where I have trouble sleeping because I simply can't decide wether Cotton eyed Joe or Old pop in an oak is my favourite Rednex tune.