Where is Michael Jackson, Bryan Adams?
- Where did you get this list from?Only one song from the King of Pop, MJ and two by Britney?Get real.And where is Summer of 69 by Bryan Adams?
- What about Chicago? "Just You "Make Me Smile"; "25 or 6 2 3"; "Color My World"; "Old Days"; etc... for starters. The fabulous brass, bass, drums, vocals and tremendous energy of those songs were audio artistry. No two songs were the same in tempo or sound, yet every one was quality. C'mon guy---dump the Britany Spears joke. You also forgot, "Stairway To Heaven" Led Zeppelin; "The Long and Winding Road" too, McCartney. Speaking of McCartney, how about "My Love"; "Live & Let Die" (Academy Award Nominated.) As for truly, soft, silky vocals, what about Norah Jones's "I Don't Know Why" and "Come With Me"?
- where is Bohemian Rhapsody ?????????????????????????
- —Guest kapitan
- Kelly Clarkson but no Livin on a Prayer? Britney Spears twice and Rhiana?? In 20 years no on ewill remember who they are.
- —Guest ehsfb2001
Did people over 50 vote for these?
- What about Livin' on a Prayer? The top songs should be songs that everybody can sing along to the minute they hear the first note or hear the chorus.
- —Guest Horrible
- Abba anyone? The Name of the Game, Waterloo, Knowing Me...?
- —Guest Brendinho
- Just Like Heaven, Enjoy the Silence, Pump up the Jam...come on, this list is a joke.
- —Guest MEGAN
- Bizarre Love Triangle, Like a Prayer, Raspberry Beret, Little Red Corvette, Girls Just Wanna Have Fun, Hungry Like a Wolf, If You Leave, Dancing in the Dark...so many missing songs.
- —Guest Megan
- Can't believe you left out the Leonard Cohen song Hallelujah. I prefer the Jeff Buckley version. The song is transcendent and stunningly beautiful. The melody at once recognizable and the lyrics without equal. What were you thinking???
- —Guest LINDA
- Bizarre Love Triangle, Like a Prayer and Little Red Corvette should be on this list.
- —Guest Megan
- This is my favorite song of all hit songs. However, I think the top song of all time is Over The Rainbow by Judy Garland. They will still be singing that song 100 years from now, when most songs on this list will be forgotten.
- —Guest John S
Not a good list.
- Some of the songs belong on here, but most don't. Only two songs before 1950? Where's In The Mood, Moonlight Serenade, White Christmas? No Hotel Cal, Stairway, Alabama. I Will Always Love You, My Heart Will Go On, Everything I Do. Paradise By the Dashboard LIght, Dancing Queen, Stayin Alive, Bohemian Rhapshody, Billie Jean I can go on and on all day.
- —Guest John S
Some Odd Choices
- Some of these songs would never enter my mind as astounding pop songs (like "Toxic" or "Blue Monday" or Donna's techno-trance "I Feel Love").... Where's Chicago, Genesis, The Police, Pearl Jam, Cranberries, No Doubt, Goo Goo Dolls, AEROSMITH!!! (Can't forget about them), most especially surprising though is that there is no Fleetwood Mac! Come on, rethink your list in terms of lasting popularity (most certain "Toxic" has already been forgotten by most people)...
- —Guest najellin
Get outta here!
- So no michael jackson thriller but two brittany spears songs? um...........GET REAL!
- —Guest tequila500
- HELLO??!! You forgot Tnriller by Michael Jackson!!
- —Guest Caroline