Top 314 Songs!
Original List by ZankRank

muse - uprising
do you realize??
the flaming lips
the beatles - taxman
winter wonderland
Bernard and Smith - while not specifically a Christmas song, this standard has great lyrics and a complex, joyful melody that you can't find anywhere else.
saturday in the park - chicago
born on a bayou - creedence clearwater revival
o holy night
Adolphe Adam - what a powerful and amazing song. If a choir sings this to you right, you should have tears coming down your face and hairs sticking up on your neck
living in america - james brown
what a wonderful world
notre dame victory march
"Victory March" is the fight song for the University of Notre Dame. The Rev. Michael J. Shea, a 1905 Notre Dame graduate, wrote the music, and his brother, John F. Shea, who earned degrees from Notre Dame in 1906 and 1908, wrote the original lyrics. The lyrics were revised in the 1920s; Victory March first appeared under the copyright of the University of Notre Dame in 1928.
moondance - van morrison
Van Morrison
total eclipse of the heart - bonnie tyler
The video could be the cheesiest thing you're ever going to see.
miami vice
more than a feeling - boston
"Texas Fight" is the official fight song of the University of Texas at Austin and was written by Colonel Walter S. Hunnicutt in collaboration with James E. King, then director of the Marlin High School Band.
tom sawyer by rush
you are an automatic hardass if you walk into a room to this song
the postal service
24. my sweet lord buy from 18
in songs
star-spangled banner - francis scott key
eclipse - pink floyd
Actually the entire Dark Side of the Moon album should be on this
parted ways
by Heartless Bastards
summertime clothes - animal collective
new york, new york
ryan adams
hot night - blue sky black death
survivor - eye of the tiger
the scientist
Bing Crosby
the christmas song
Nat King Cole
auburn fight song
oh, i've got the magic hands
america - neil diamond
santa claus is coming to town
Bruce Springsteen
ragged old flag- johnny cash
Johnny Cash
proud to be an american - lee greenwood
Lee Greenwood
country hippy libertarian
won't get fooled again - the who
by Gotye
by King Charles
Mariah Carey, Jimmy Fallon, and the Roots
Bon Iver
rise to the sun - alabama shakes
The. Jam.
mambo 5
lucy in the sky with cubic zirconia
thriller - michael jackson
Michael Jackson
little fox - liyv
Junius Meyvant
Great as a chant.
M. Ward
Bon Iver
79. born to run buy from 10
in songs
Bruce Springsteen
wild window
Fool's Gold
arkansas fight song
One of the first tasks of a new Razorback is learning to sing the University of Arkansas fight song. Arkansas Fight was written in the late 1920s. It is a unique tune, fitting of the only college in America with a Razorback mascot. Several other colleges have adapted the tune, but the lyrics remain unique to Arkansas. ARKANSAS FIGHT Hit that line! Hit that line! Keep on going! Take that ball right down the field! Give a cheer. Rah! Rah! Never fear. Rah! Rah! Arkansas will never yield! On your toes, Razorbacks, to the finish, Carry on with all your might! For it’s A-A-A-R-K-A-N-S-A-S for Arkansas! Fight! Fight! Fi-i-i-ight!
shirley bassey from 'goldfinger'
great action scenes and probably the best supporting cast
by carly simon from 'the spy who loved me'
here comes the sun again
m. ward
My Morning Jacket
i will always love you
Whitney Houston
101. at last buy from 9
in love songs
Etta James
Cold War Kids
harvest moon - neil young
Neil Young
america - walon jennings
Waylon Jennings
107. water buy from 9
in songs of 2016
waylon jennings - theme from the dukes of hazzard (good ol' boys)
jump around - house of pain
Giddy up!
It started in all in early september
by Andrew Bird
Purity Ring
michael jackson - beat it
King Charles
Nat King Cole & Natalie Cole
Elanor Friedberger
she & him
frightened rabbit
what are you afraid of?
west indian girl
cold war kids
jamie lidell
by louis armstrong from 'on her majesty's secret service'
texas a&m war hymn
It was written by J.V. "Pinky" Wilson, one of many Aggies who fought in World War I. Wilson combined several Aggie yells then in use at the time into a song called "Good-bye to Texas University." It was sung frequently by a quartet Wilson organized, called the "Cast-Iron Quartet" after returning to Texas A&M after the war. One night in 1920, several of the Aggie Yell Leaders heard Wilson's quartet singing the song at a Bryan,TX theater during the intermission of a movie and they asked him to let them submit it in a contest for a new fight song to be held that fall. Wilson agreed, and the song was performed during a yell practice. No midnight yell was occurring at this point in time. It was held outside Sbisa Hall after the evening meal . It became suc
vampire weekend
roger moore and christopher walken- classic
the black keys
percy sledge
kinda cheesy but timely
The Head and the Heart
cause i i aint no number don't require no id round my neck so mr number maker id cards don't stop no hijack jet (false dilemma)
ian brown - kiss ya lips
cause i i aint no number don't require no id round my neck so mr number maker id cards don't stop no hijack jet (false dilemma)
little comets
by Band of Horses
happy x-mas (war is over)
John Lennon
by Gotye
steppenwolf - monster
Lake Street Drive
Jonathan Wilson
The Righteous Brothers
american boy - estelle
my morning jacket
by paul mccartney from 'live and let die'
m. ward
Paul Simon
Elvis Presley
Celine Dion
Shakey Graves
subterranean homesick blues - bob dylan
Don't Follow leaders, watch the parking meters