Tuesday, 24 August 2021
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And it cannot be an 'or' answer :)

Heaven 17 - Temptation
Tough one, but I’d struggle to put anything above this…

1 month ago
Late for the Sky by Jackson Browne
1 month ago
Tinseltown In The Rain by The Blue Nile
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1 month ago
Charlie's good tonight! ;)

https://youtu.be/n5unQhz2-I8
1 month ago
I Heard It Through The Grapevine ... Marvin Gaye
1 month ago
Absolutely impossible question to answer
1 month ago
Absolutely impossible question to answer


Yeah, I’ve loads of songs as I like as a favourite.

You’ve different ones for different moments in time and memories, difficult to choose just one.
1 month ago
Edith And The Kingpin by Joni Mitchell.
1 month ago
Everlong.
Foo Fighters.
But it depends on my mood.
1 month ago
With a knock-kneed chicken
and a bow-legged hen
we ain't had a fight since we don't know when


oh sorry thought it was a football forum haha
1 month ago
Absolutely impossible question to answer


Yeah, I’ve loads of songs as I like as a favourite.

You’ve different ones for different moments in time and memories, difficult to choose just one.


That’s it exactly after I opened this thread I rummaged through some of my fav songs to think about a top ten and haven’t a scooby.
Flicked on an old fav, Senses working overtime, by XTC but it’s just a comfortable song I enjoy and counting back wouldn’t get in my top 100 probs.
These questions are very stimulating but a bit like trying to name your fav Carlisle player over the years so difficult sigh
1 month ago
Leap Up and Down (Wave Your Knickers in the Air)
1 month ago
Christina Milian - When You Look At Me
1 month ago
Very difficult to narrow down to my 10 favourite songs, never mind to one.
Loads of favourites for differing reasons. Some old, some quite recent.
But then I thought about it, and there's only one song that when I hear it, no matter what I'm doing, it makes me stop, and just sit and listen to it undistracted.
That song is Sunshine on Leith by The Proclaimers.
Absolutely magical.

So for the above reasons, I suppose this would be my favourite.
1 month ago
Bat out of Hell

It's not the best song, or the one I currently like most but it's the song that since 1977 has been THE SONG. The one that goes on loudly as a DO NOT DISTURB, one I can cry to when things are bad but gives me strength to move forward. It would be great to say something deep and arty but for me, that's the song that has to be favourite.
1 month ago
The Backyard by Miracle Legion.
1 month ago
Boys of Summer- Don Henley.
1 month ago
“The buzz is back,
We’re all excited….”
1 month ago
American Pie

Don Mclean.
1 month ago
Very difficult to narrow down to my 10 favourite songs, never mind to one.
Loads of favourites for differing reasons. Some old, some quite recent.
But then I thought about it, and there's only one song that when I hear it, no matter what I'm doing, it makes me stop, and just sit and listen to it undistracted.
That song is Sunshine on Leith by The Proclaimers.
Absolutely magical.

So for the above reasons, I suppose this would be my favourite.


If you search on YouTube there's a video of the Hibs fan singining Sunshine on Leith at Hampden after they won the Scottish Cup (2016?) for the first time in generations.

It makes the hairs stand up on the back of my neck! As you say, absolutely magical.
1 month ago
Very difficult to narrow down to my 10 favourite songs, never mind to one.
Loads of favourites for differing reasons. Some old, some quite recent.
But then I thought about it, and there's only one song that when I hear it, no matter what I'm doing, it makes me stop, and just sit and listen to it undistracted.
That song is Sunshine on Leith by The Proclaimers.
Absolutely magical.

So for the above reasons, I suppose this would be my favourite.


If you search on YouTube there's a video of the Hibs fan singining Sunshine on Leith at Hampden after they won the Scottish Cup (2016?) for the first time in generations.

It makes the hairs stand up on the back of my neck! As you say, absolutely magical.


My youngest daughter lived just off Leith Walk and we walked past her local when that game was on. The atmosphere in there was electric but unfortunately a few hours after the game it all went apeshit bottles glasses flying and huge brawl just hibs fans letting off steam 😂
1 month ago
I Heard It Through The Grapevine ... Marvin Gaye


January 1968 I was working in London. The Evening Standard music critic (Ray Connolly) wrote “I have already heard the best song of 1968…..”.

Still just about my own favourite.
1 month ago
Babylon, David Gray
1 month ago
https://youtu.be/KBca3xf-j3o

Pink Floyd "Echoes"
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