Name the first five songs that pop into your mind

Name the first five songs that pop into your mind. DON’T STOP TO THINK ABOUT IT!!! JUST NAME THE FIRST FIVE THAT POP INTO YOUR MIND! :smiley:

Dangling Conversation-Simon & Garfunkel
Summer in the City-Lovin’ Spoonful
Born to be Wild-Steppenwolf
Burning for You-Blue Oyster Cult
Iron Man-Black Sabbath

(Suddenly I feel very, very old … )

With or Without You–U2
Tangled Up In Blue–Bob Dylan
Don’t Fear the Reaper–Blue Oyster Cult
Sanctuary–the Cult (I think)
Helter Skelter–the Beatles

Luscious Jackson - Naked Eye
Ani DiFranco - Untouchable Face
Tracy Bonham - Behind Every Good Woman
Ulver - Hallways of Always
Genesis - Second Home by the Sea

Jukebox Hero - Foreigner
Friends of Mine - Duran Duran
Delta Dawn - Tanya Tucker
When I think about you I touch myself - the Divinyls(?)
Tainted Love - Soft Cell

Without looking at other posts, until after my post I get:

All the Young Girls Love Alice – Elton John
We Don’t Need No Color Code - Steve Taylor
Elephant - Tanita Tikharam
Detox Mansion – Warren Zevon
Hyperactive - Thomas Dolby

Isn’t This A Lopvely Day?
She Knows Her Onions
Last Night on the Back Porch
I Ain’t Gonna Grieve No More
Lonesome Lover

Backwater- Meat Puppets
Possum Kingdom- Toadies
Bell Bottom Blues- Clapton
Oh Well- Fleetwood Mac
Schism- Tool
Pachelbel- Canon

I Get Along - Pet Shop Boys
Smell The Coffee - SPEK
Keep Fishin’ - Weezer…

Vindaloo - Fat Les

uh… uh…

Blue Day - Suggs…

Not cheating.

God Save the Queen – the national anthem

God Save the Queen – the Sex Pistols

Long Live Rock and Roll – I don’t know who this is by, don’t particularly like it, and I only know one line. I was thinking of the title for reasons too silly to mention.

Prison Song – System of a Down

Josie – Steely Dan

Kay Kyser - The Old Lamp Lighter
Boston - Something About You
The Jimmy Castor Bunch - The Bertha Butt Boogie
The Five Man Electrical Band - Julianna
Sly & The Family Stone - If You Want Me To Stay

Bat out of Hell
Always on my Mind
Only the Lonely
Peggy Sue

Aah! (posting before I read to try to minimize outside influence)

Tori Amos - Past the Mission
Eagles - Best of My Love
Refreshments - Banditos
Leah Andreone - Lamentation
The Cure - Close to Me

Night and Day – the Fred Astaire Version
Piece of My Heart – Janis Joplin
Angel from Montgomery – Susan Tedeschi
Last song on Derek Trucks’s Songlines album (don’t know the name)
Amazing Grace – no particular version

Weezer - My Name is Jonas
Chamillionaire - Ridin’ Dirty (I just read the Weird Al thread.)
Nirvana - Come As You Are
Queen - Somebody to Love
The “Little Boxes” song from “Weeds”

Baby Mine - Dumbo
Moondance - Van Morrison
Lone Palm - Jimmy Buffett
Box of Rain - Grateful Dead
Tuppence a Bag - Mary Poppins

To Be Someone (Didn’t We Have a Nice Time) - The Jam

*Mercury Poisoning * - Graham Parker

*The American Ruse * - MC5

*Nobody’s Heroes * - Stiff Little Fingers

*Communist Radio * - The Eat

“Baby’s Insane” Diamanda Galas
“Cop Shoot Cop” Spiritualized
“Rabbits Don’t Ever Get Married” Hank Penny
“Anger” Marvin Gaye
“Riding with a Movie Star” L7

“Miss Murder” AFI
“One” U2
“I Still Haven’t Found What I’m looking for” U2
“Fix You” Coldplay
“Brown Eyed Girl” Van Morrison

Ridin’ Dirty – Chamillionaire
Adagio for Strings – Samuel Barber
Everything is Everything – Lauren Hill
Absolutely (Story of a Girl) – Nine Days
Meraa Joota Hai Japani – from some old-school Bollywood movie