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Millennium Songs

{Song #79 « T•of•C » Song #1}

§ ≡ One of an ongoing series of posts in which I pick, in my not-so-humble opinion, the best songs of the second millennium. Feel free to offer constructive dissenting opinions; preferably set to music.
  1. Ständchen composed by Franz Schubert
  2. Unchained Melody sung by Bobby Hatfield of the Righteous Brothers in the film "Ghost"
  3. Philadelphia Freedom sung by Sir Elton John
  4. To Know Him Is to Love Him sung by The Teddy Bears
  5. L'Hymne à l'Amour (The Anthem to Love) sung by Édith Piaf
  6. Will You (Still) Love Me Tomorrow sung by The Shirelles
  7. Sloop John B sung by The Beach Boys
  8. Someone to Watch Over Me sung by Linda Ronstadt
  9. Foreplay/Long Time sung by Boston
  10. Only the Good Die Young sung by Billy Joel
  11. Ain't That a Shame sung by Fats Domino
  12. Stayin' Alive sung by the Bee Gees
  13. Like a Rolling Stone sung by Bob Dylan
  14. Dream Lover sung by Bobby Darin
  15. Lyin' Eyes sung by the Eagles
  16. Don't Be Cruel sung by The King
  17. Les Bicyclettes de Belsize sung by Engelbert Humperdinck
  18. Say You Love Me sung by Fleetwood Mack (Christine McVie on lead vocals)
  19. God Bless America sung by Kate Smith
  20. Annie's Song sung by John Denver
  21. La Marseillaise composed by Claude Joseph Rouget de Lisle
  22. Yesterday Once More sung by The Carpenters
  23. What a Fool Believes sung by The Doobie Brothers
  24. Fool's Gold sung by The Stone Roses
  25. In the Still of the Night sung by The Five Satins
  26. December, 1963 (Oh, What a Night) sung by The Four Seasons
  27. The Twelfth of Never sung by Johnny Mathis
  28. I Can't Stop Loving You sung by Ray Charles
  29. Satisfaction sung by The Stones
  30. San Francisco sung by Scott McKenzie
  31. My Heart Belongs to Me sung by Barbra Streisand
  32. Brooklyn Roads sung by Neil Diamond
  33. Flashdance ... What a Feeling sung by Irene Cara; danced by Jennifer Beals
  34. Rock Around the Clock sung by Bill Haley & His Comets
  35. I Saw Her Standing There sung by The Beatles
  36. If I Loved You sung by Gordon MacRae and Shirley Jones
  37. Sorry Seems to Be the Hardest Word sung by Elton John
  38. Every Breath You Take sung by The Police
  39. Cathy's Clown sung by The Everly Brothers
  40. Proud Mary sung by Creedence Clearwater Revival
  41. O mio babbino caro composed by Giacomo Puccini
  42. Heart of Glass sung by Blondie (Debbie Harry)
  43. The Wanderer sung by Dion (DiMucci)
  44. Ode to Joy composed by Beethoven
  45. White Christmas sung by Bing Crosby
  46. Auld Lang Syne based on a poem by Robert Burns
  47. Rock and Roll Music sung by The Beatles
  48. Come Go with Me sung by The Del-Vikings
  49. La Bamba sung by Ritchie Valens
  50. The Star-Spangled Banner sung by Ayla Brown (with the Boston Pops)
  51. Letter Duet (Canzonetta sull'aria…) composed by Mozart
  52. Nessun dorma (None shall sleep) composed by Puccini
  53. Hotel California sung by the Eagles
  54. The Song of the Volga Boatmen sung by Feodor Chaliapin
  55. You Are My Sunshine sung by Gene Autry
  56. Music! Music! Music! sung by Teresa Brewer
  57. Goodnight, Irene a 20th century American folk standard
  58. Danny Boy an Irish anthem
  59. Rock & Roll To The Rescue sung by the Beach Boys
  60. What a Fool Believes (reprise) sung by The Doobie Brothers
  61. Duke of Earl sung by Gene Chandler
  62. It's All in the Game sung by Tommy Edwards
  63. I Hate Myself for Loving You sung by Joan Jett and the Blackhearts
    (with "Howard Wong on drums" video)
  64. Come Sail Away sung by Styx
  65. Come Softly to Me sung by The Fleetwoods
  66. To Sir, with Love sung by Lulu
  67. When I Need You sung by Leo Sayer
  68. (I've Had) The Time Of My Life sung by Bill Medley and Jennifer Warnes
  69. Up Where We Belong sung by Joe Cocker and Jennifer Warnes
  70. Cracklin' Rosie sung by Neil Diamond
  71. It's Now or Never sung by Elvis Presley
  72. Too Ra Loo Ra Loo Ral sung by Bing Crosby
  73. Dream a Little Dream of Me sung by Doris Day
  74. Stars and Stripes Forever composed by John Philip Sousa
  75. The Song from Moulin Rouge recorded by Percy Faith's Orchestra, with a vocal by Felicia Sanders
  76. Sentimental Journey sung by Doris Day
  77. Anytime sung by Eddie Fisher
  78. Lonely Boy sung by Paul Anka
  79. Take My Breath Away sung by Berlin

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