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All Shook Up - Elvis Presley (1957)

(Baby) Hully Gully - The Olympics (1959)

Bell Boy - The Who (1973)

Bulletproof - LaRoux (2009)

Dark In My Imagination - of Verona (2012)

Day Before You Came, The - ABBA (1982)

Do You Remember When - J. Geils Band (1981)

Don't Stop Believin' - Glee Cast (2010)

Don't Treat Me Bad - Firehouse (1990)

Don't You Wish It Was True - John Fogerty (2007)

Excitable Boy - Warren Zevon (1977)

Gonna Make My Own Money - Deap Vally (2013)

Hot Stuff - The Rolling Stones (1976)

House Of Pain - Faster Pussycat (1989)

How Do You Talk to an Angel - The Heights (1992)

If I Should Fall Behind - Bruce Springsteen (1992)

In My Head - Your Vegas (2007)

It's Good To Be King - Tom Petty (1994)

Let It Down - George Harrison (1970)

Little Lion Man - Mumford & Sons (2009)

Lonely Boy - Andrew Gold (1976)

Magical Mystery Tour - The Beatles (1967)

Middle, The - Jimmy Eat World (2002)

Monster - The Automatic (2006)

Royals - Lorde (2012)

Say Say Say - Paul McCartney & Michael Jackson (1983)

Somebody Who - Au Revoir Simone (2013)

Something That I Want - Grace Potter (2011)

Sour Cherry - The Kills (2008)

Spark That Bled, The - The Flaming Lips (1999)

Sweet Sour - Band Of Skulls (2012)

Theme from "The Monkees" - The Monkees (1966)

Top Of The World - Carpenters (1972)

Top Of The World - Van Halen (1991)

Up All Night - Slaughter (1990)

Whammer Jammer - J. Geils Band (1972)

When The Drugs Kick In - The Del-Lords (2012)

You Are Not Alone - Eagles (2007)

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1 It's Good To Be King - Tom Petty (1994)

2 Say Say Say - Paul McCartney & Michael Jackson (1983)

3 Top Of The World - Van Halen (1991)

4 All Shook Up - Elvis Presley (1957)

5 Middle, The - Jimmy Eat World (2002)

6 Up All Night - Slaughter (1990)

7 Theme from "The Monkees" - The Monkees (1966)

8 Monster - The Automatic (2006)

9 House Of Pain - Faster Pussycat (1989)

10 Little Lion Man - Mumford & Sons (2009)

HM: J.Fogerty, Del Lords, of Verona, Your Vegas, A.Gold, etc.

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1. Somebody Who - Au Revoir Simone (2013)

2. Dark In My Imagination - of Verona (2012)

3. Something That I Want - Grace Potter (2011)

4. If I Should Fall Behind - Bruce Springsteen (1992)

5, Bulletproof - LaRoux (2009)

6. You Are Not Alone - Eagles (2007)

7. Sour Cherry - The Kills (2008)

8. How Do You Talk to an Angel - The Heights (1992)

9. Top Of The World - Van Halen (1991)

10. When The Drugs Kick In - The Del-Lords (2012)

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Lucky, I already nominated J.Geils Band but I don't mind to replace it if you want me to... :cool: I can nominate it any other time ;)

edna, I'm so sorry! I was in a rush to post before I went to work, I checked the lists, but not the other nominations. :tongue: Thank you for being so good about it. :bow:

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1. It's Good To Be King - Tom Petty (1994)

2. Don't You Wish It Was True - John Fogerty (2007)

3. You Are Not Alone - Eagles (2007)

4. If I Should Fall Behind - Bruce Springsteen (1992)

5. Up All Night - Slaughter (1990)

6. Top Of The World - Van Halen (1991)

7. Excitable Boy - Warren Zevon (1977)

8. How Do You Talk to an Angel - The Heights (1992)

9. Little Lion Man - Mumford & Sons (2009)

10 Theme from "The Monkees" - The Monkees (1966)

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1- Do You Remember When - J. Geils Band (1981)

2- Magical Mystery Tour - The Beatles (1967)

3- Top Of The World - Carpenters (1972)

4- Day Before You Came, The - ABBA (1982)

5- Don't You Wish It Was True - John Fogerty (2007)

6- Let It Down - George Harrison (1970)

7- You Are Not Alone - Eagles (2007)

8- Theme from "The Monkees" - The Monkees (1966)

9- In My Head - Your Vegas (2007)

10-Bell Boy - The Who (1973)

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1. Hot Stuff - The Stones

2. Excitable Boy - Warren Zevon

3. Bell Boy - The Who

4. House Of Pain - Faster Pussycat

5. All Shook Up - Elvis Presley

6. Whammer Jammer - J. Geils Band

7. The Middle - Jimmy Eat World

8. Magical Mystery Tour - Beatles

9. Do You Remember When - J. Geils Band

10. Lonely Boy - Andrew Gold

Honorable Mention: Monkees, Flaming Lips, Carpenters, Firehouse, Mumford & Sons

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1. Magical Mystery Tour - The Beatles (1967)

2. Let It Down - George Harrison (1970)

3. Spark That Bled, The - The Flaming Lips (1999)

4. Gonna Make My Own Money - Deap Vally (2013)

5. All Shook Up - Elvis Presley (1957)

6. Little Lion Man - Mumford & Sons (2009)

7. Bell Boy - The Who (1973)

8. Sour Cherry - The Kills (2008)

9. Theme from "The Monkees" - The Monkees (1966)

10. Say Say Say - Paul McCartney & Michael Jackson (1983)

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1. Don't Treat Me Bad - Firehouse (1990) (I love Firehouse more than anyone should)

2. Little Lion Man - Mumford & Sons (2009)

3. Magical Mystery Tour - The Beatles (1967)

4. In My Head - Your Vegas (2007)

5. The Middle - Jimmy Eat World (2002)

6. Sour Cherry - The Kills (2008)

7. Sweet Sour - Band Of Skulls (2012)

8. Up All Night - Slaughter (1990)

9. House Of Pain - Faster Pussycat (1989)

10. All Shook Up - Elvis Presley (1957)

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1. If I Should Fall Behind - Bruce Springsteen

2. Bell Boy - The Who

3. Hot Stuff - Rolling Stones

4. When The Drugs Kick In - Del-Lords

5. Excitable Boy - Warren Zevon

6. Theme From The Monkees - Monkees

7. Don't Treat Me Bad - Firehouse

8. It's Good To Be King - Tom Petty

9. You Are Not Alone - Eagles

10. All Shook Up - Elvis

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1-Excitable Boy - Warren Zevon (1977)

2-(Baby) Hully Gully - The Olympics (1959)

3-All Shook Up - Elvis Presley (1957)

4-Whammer Jammer - J. Geils Band (1972)

5-Hot Stuff - The Rolling Stones (1976)

6- Lonely Boy - Andrew Gold (1976)

7-Top Of The World - Carpenters (1972)

8-If I Should Fall Behind - Bruce Springsteen (1992)

9-Magical Mystery Tour - The Beatles (1967)

10-Let It Down - George Harrison (1970)

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1. All Shook Up - Elvis Presley (1957)

2. Magical Mystery Tour - The Beatles (1967)

3. Hot Stuff - The Rolling Stones (1976)

4. Say Say Say - Paul McCartney & Michael Jackson (1983)

5. Top Of The World - Carpenters (1972)

6. Lonely Boy - Andrew Gold (1976)

7. Theme from "The Monkees" - The Monkees (1966)

8. Day Before You Came, The - ABBA (1982)

9. (Baby) Hully Gully - The Olympics (1959)

10.Excitable Boy - Warren Zevon (1977)

Sorry - I just didn't know most of the nominations this time, and one listen just doesn't do them justice.

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Edna, it was brought to my attention that your Bob Dylan song was omitted from the voting list. I have your original choice by Abba in there. We need a confirmation comment in a new post indicating when a nomination changes, since I log the noms down as soon as I see them posted, so I don't have to do a lot of work at once. I do apologize for the inconvenience however.

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one listen just doesn't do them justice

That's the same problem I have. It's hard to fit a song into my top 10 favorites based on only hearing it for the first time. Doesn't mean I don't like the song, just it's hard for it to compete with the songs I've known the lyrics to for so long and can sing along with while listening to it.

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1. Up All Night - Slaughter

2. House Of Pain - Faster Pussycat

3. Don't Treat Me Bad - Firehouse

4. Top Of The World - Van Halen

5. Middle, The - Jimmy Eat World

6. All Shook Up - Elvis Presley

7. When The Drugs Kick In - The Del-Lords

8. It's Good To Be King - Tom Petty

9. Excitable Boy - Warren Zevon

10. Magical Mystery Tour - The Beatles

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1. Magical Mystery Tour - The Beatles (1967)

2. Say Say Say - Paul McCartney & Michael Jackson (1983)

3. Theme from "The Monkees" - The Monkees (1966)

4. How Do You Talk to an Angel - The Heights (1992)

5. Don't Stop Believin' - Glee Cast (2010)

6. Top Of The World - Carpenters (1972)

7. All Shook Up - Elvis Presley (1957)

8. Lonely Boy - Andrew Gold (1976)

9. Middle, The - Jimmy Eat World (2002)

10. Bulletproof - LaRoux (2009)

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1. Whammer Jammer - J. Geils Band (1972)

2. Middle, The - Jimmy Eat World (2002)

3. All Shook Up - Elvis Presley (1957)

4. Theme from "The Monkees" - The Monkees (1966)

5. Little Lion Man - Mumford & Sons (2009)

6. (Baby) Hully Gully - The Olympics (1959)

7. Excitable Boy - Warren Zevon (1977)

8. Let It Down - George Harrison (1970)

9. It's Good To Be King - Tom Petty (1994)

10. Do You Remember When - J. Geils Band (1981)

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1. Little Lion Man - Mumford & Sons

2. The Middle - Jimmy Eat World

3. Bulletproof - La Roux

4. All Shook Up - Elvis Presley

5. Top of The World - Van Halen

6. It's Good to Be King - Tom Petty

7. Don't Treat Me Bad - Firehouse

8. Something That I Want - Grace Potter

9. Don't You Wish it Was True - John Fogerty

10. Say Say Say - Michael Jackson & Paul McCartney

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Songfactors Choice #341

1. All Shook Up - Elvis Presley (1957) 71

2. Magical Mystery Tour - The Beatles (1967) 62

3. Theme from "The Monkees" - The Monkees (1966) 43 9 vts

4. Excitable Boy - Warren Zevon (1977) 43 8 vts

5. The Middle - Jimmy Eat World (2002) 42

6. It's Good To Be King - Tom Petty (1994) 33 6 vts #1 / #1 peak

7. Little Lion Man - Mumford & Sons (2009) 33 6 vts #1 / #2 peak

8. Hot Stuff - The Rolling Stones (1976) 32

9. Top Of The World - Van Halen (1991) 28

10. Say Say Say - Paul McCartney & Michael Jackson (1983) 27 5 vts #2 peak

Don't forget to check out the ARCHIVE to see how your nominations fared.

Thanks to everyone who participated :headphones:

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Great list overall. It's weird seeing J.E.W. make it in a list with such iconic legendary artists. I remember when they were just a local band here in Phoenix and didn't seem like they actually had a chance in hell of ever hitting national mainstream.

My top 5 all made it in, and 2 more, that's gotta be a first.

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