Tuesday, December 9, 2008

What is the greatest jukebox song?

17 comments:

evan said...

Jonny Cash Ring of Fire or It Aint Me with June Carter!

Mike said...

Born to Run the Boss

Kathryn said...

so many good ones.

Here I go Again on My own. Whitesnake.

beth r. said...

Ooohh. Good question!! My fav is probably Golden Years by Bowie, but expect me to check back in during the day to add other entries.

Cate said...

Satisfaction - The Rolling Stones

beth r. said...

Entry #2: Fugazi. Waiting Room.

John said...

Joe Cocker's With a Little Help from My Friends, the live version

Ryan said...

There are many to choose from. First one to come to mind is "Superstition" by Stevie Wonder

Dan said...

Depends on the setting, really. If there were a jukebox in my office right now I'd play "Damn it feels good to be a gangster." It's an "Office Space" kind of day.

tamika said...

Boston--More Than a Feeling, or anything by Journey (Steve Perry era, only).

beenu said...

lucky star or borderline by madonna and journey's lights.

andrew said...

Duh - Journey's "Don't Stop Believing"

Scottie said...

I second Ring of Fire and Born to Run. I would also have to add:

Piano Man by Billy Joel
Friends in Low Places by Garth Brooks (especially when really hammered)
Sweet Caroline by Neil Diamond (also when hammered)
Can't Get Enough of Your Love by Bad Company

I'm sure I'll think of others...

Frank Sinatra said...

My Way...by me.

K8 said...

al green: let's stay together

allman bros: midnight rider

johnny cash: folsom prison

janis: bobby mcgee

i LOVE juke boxes.

sara said...

Wooly Booly

Anonymous said...

Bette Davis Eyes