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Your top ten songs from your top ten songwriters!

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  1. Music Wench

    Music Wench Rock and Roll Grandma

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    I've been thinking about this one but it's very difficult to pin down one song for me. The following is the best I can do:

    1. Bernie Taupin/Elton John - Mona Lisas & Mad Hatters and Empty Garden
    2. Neil Young - No way I can narrow it down to less than...oh twenty? Probably more.
    3. Lennon/McCartney - See answer to number 2
    4. Tori Amos - Winter
    5. R.E.M. - Find The River and Night Swimming
    6. Pete Townshend - See number 2
    7. Bob Dylan - Blowin' In The Wind
    8. David Byrne - see number 2
    9. Paul Simon - I Am A Rock/Bridge Over Troubled Water
    10. Elvis Costello - What's So Funny About Peace, Love & Understanding
     
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    Spike Rock & Soul Archaelogist

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    This is off the top of my head and will all change tomorrow:

    1. Bob Dylan - "Visions of Johanna"
    2. Lennon/McCartney "Daytripper"
    3. Paul Simon - "Me and Julio Down by the Schoolyard"
    4. Joni Mitchell - "Chelsea Morning"
    5. Smokey Robinson - "My Girl"
    6. Robbie Robertson - "The Weight"
    7. Jagger/Richard - "Dead Flowers"
    8. Holland/Dozier/Holland - "Baby I Need Your Lovin'"
    9. Lieber/Stoller - "Love Potion #9"
    10. Stevie Wonder - "Living for the City"

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    Absoloutely love that song.
     
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    Music Wench Rock and Roll Grandma

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    That's the song that made me a bonafide Tori Amos fan for life. It brought tears to my eyes. Mostly because it reminds me of my father and how much he believed in me and gave me the support and guidance I needed - even when I didn't realize I needed it.
     
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