What's Your Favorite Song?

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Jose_Reyes
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"Scarlet Begonias" by the Grateful Dead

                        
Jose_Reyes
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That one song, that's lets you release.  My favorite.     
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If you're talking GD then that's a great one, but Eyes Of The World has always got me especially with Branford Marsallis on sax
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Adore it but without Fire after it dont seem complete.
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War Pigs.
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it was Meet The Mets



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NY State of Mind - NAS
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‘free loop' by Daniel Powter
I love it very much.
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No such thing as a favorite song for me.  It just depends on what music I am in the mood for, at that particular moment. 

It could be alternative rock, classic rock, ska, classic country, etc.
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Counting Stars by One Repubic.
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Queen of Hearts - Gregg Allman
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QUOTE Originally Posted by LogCottage:
Queen of Hearts - Gregg Allman

WOW

Great song.... Gregg Allman is such a talent - a bit tortured

I love the blues.  I might be in the minority here, but I think the white musicians play the blues better then the black folks.  Not a racist thing at all, just what I have observed.  I know very well the blues came up with the black musicians.  
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As for favorite song, no way I could name one.

I have two sons, and I could never name a favorite.  Same goes for music, because I love it all.  I am a huge fan of almost all rock and blues.  I truly love plenty of country, some bluegrass, and most classical.  

No way I could choose a favorite.
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When I set up my Klipsch speakers, I played Peter Frampton's "Do You Feel" 

just because I knew it would sound epic in the room.... not my favorite song of all time, but a great one.
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QUOTE Originally Posted by LogCottage:
Queen of Hearts - Gregg Allman
The End to These Days always gets me 
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