Discussion in 'Contests! Contests! Contests!' started by VaporWatch, Aug 28, 2014.
Pancho and Lefty redone by Merle Haggard and Willie Nelson
Close My Eyes Forever- Ozzy Osbourne and Lita Ford
Sweet Home Chicago The Blues Brothers
Broken- Seether and Amy Lee
Mr. Bojangles Nitty Gritty Dirt Band
just dancing to the music.....
Better dancing than I can do. Of course a tree dances better than me
Jean Jeannie by David Bowie
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All over the radio the year I graduated high school.
We Are The Champions by Queen.
Into the Mystic ( Originally Van Morrison which is great but this version is better IMO ) The Allman Brothers
Love Is On The Way- Saigon Kick
For Whom The Bell Tolls- Metallica
Roll me away Bob Seger ( today is his birthday FYI )
Italian Restaraunt ( hat tip to Pockets for reminding me indirectly of this song LOL ) Billy Joel
They thought they would sing along.........
Smile by Nat King Cole. It just has such a good message delivered in a great package. This is the best rendition imo.
Since Mr. Nat King Cole was presented this is one of my favs Mona Lisa
That man was smoother than silk butter
I know we are supposed to wait til another reply but Mona Lisa got me to thinking about David Allan Coe, who also did a Mona Lisa song. But this one reminds me of my childhood, I could sing this and get away with "cussin'"
This song was like an anthem around here back in my karaoke days
Sing it for us
The only song I have ever sung by myself at Karaoke is this beautiful piece. Otis Redding, Try a little tenderness
Sing me back home , Merle Haggard, whooo that one can hit you in your soul.
Thats the way love goes, Merle Haggard and Jewel
To Be With You- Mr Big
I'm loving all of this good music!
I Love Beach Music The Embers
Cat Steven's. Moonshadow
High Enough- Damn Yankees
The Bliss- Volbeat
I Want You To Want Me
Is there any rhyme or reason to what we post or does it just have to be published? I'm assuming published because otherwise I'll post all the songs I wrote at 6 and then the ones at 16. Those do NOT need thinking about.
Wasted Years- Iron Maiden
Cortez The Killer ( originally Neil Young ) Grace Potter and Joe Satriani and friends
Revelation Mother Earth- Ozzy Osbourne
Little Wing -Originally done and written by Jimi Hendrix ( fyi my initial introduction to Hendrix, ala Hey Joe and the Star Spangled Banner, began my passion for music but I have to say, SRV redid this song much better IMO ) by Stevie Ray Vaughan
Nobody Rides For Free- Dirty Looks
This is a seasonal song but a good one. I knew this band and hung out with them years ago.
Vince Vance and the Valiants - All I Want For Christmas Is You.
I've been driving my SO crazy with this song all day so I thought I'd share with y'all.
Chuck Berry - My Ding-A-Ling
It's A Long Way To The Top- AC/DC