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|The 10 Greatest Songs Ever|
Obviously opinion-based, if you're gonna troll then at least be clever about it
We're a Happy Family
My favorite Ramones song. Great riff, great lyrics, great music, the family fighting at the end, what's not to like? Ignore them fools who give Ramones shit for being too simple. They know the Ramones deserve more credit than they can admit.
The Ramones' best song drum-wise (as least I think it is, I'm not a drummer so it's hard to say), and it's the best live song ever. If I could see the Ramones live, this would be my favorite song. Too bad they disbanded when I was just a little kid.
The most popular Descendents song, and for good reason. You want to get a girl who's into punk rock, you sing this to them. No exceptions (except for a Ramones song of course). If this song is good enough for Sublime to cover, it's good enough for you.
Probably the most interesting song on the album of the same name. That riff is incredible. Just try not to sing along. Thank God Greg knows how to make big words sound catchy. If he ever became a skilled rapper, imagine what he could do.
The beat is incredible, and RZA has the greatest rhymes ever in his verse. Unfortunately, I have a very difficult time remembering rap lyrics, but if I could only memorize 1 rap song, this would be it. Everyone on this song did an incredible job.
Probably the cheesiest non pop-punk on this list, but I don't care. It's Operation Ivy's best song, and when it has to compete with stuff like Gonna Find You and Officer, that's saying something. Teenage angst never sounded this good before, and maybe never will again.
Ok, yes, the lifestyle is dumb, we can all agree on that. But Ian Mackaye didn't want to start a lifestyle called straight edge anyway, so don't hold it against him. Besides, the idea behind straight edge has merit. If I choose not to do drugs, is that really such a bad thing?
Kids of the Black Hole
The album this is from might not be a classic, but this song certainly is. An essential song from a decent band. If only those kids could have made great music as adults, they might've equaled this song. If you have a time machine, please turn these guys back into kids again.
Ha! Bet you didn't see that one coming, did you? No, I did not add this for shock value, this is seriously a fantastic song. Bjork's the greatest vocalist ever, and you're wrong for saying otherwise. Those other chicks got nothing on Bjork. Avril Lavigne owes me $15 for taking advantage of my stupidity.
Anyone who's a biker (including me) should appreciate the song just for the cool title. Anyone who's known messed up girls like this should apperciate the lyrics. And the intro is the first thing I learned to play on my bass guitar. This song = pwnage
|yeh yeh yeh, not bad.|
|I like the song "No Control," but "I Want To Conquer The World" and "You" absolutely rule that album.|
|the big sleep - streetlight manifesto is one of the best songs ever. it's been proven by SCIENCE|
|I'll give you props for being able to distinguish Ramones songs and order them by preference.|
|Agree with 9 and the description.|
|some good stuff here|
|not a bad song here|
|goddammit mareep, i love you more and more as the days go on|
|The Big Sleep rules, but my fav Streetlight Manifesto song would be A Better Place, a Better Time.|
|Bjork deserves all the love she gets.|
|best streetlight song is A Moment of Silence/Violence |
|every song on here is amazing.|
Ramones were a happy family, were a happy family, were a happy family. When I was a kid I used to think they said "but he's not my daddy"
Minor Threat: Im a person just like you, I got a better thing to do< Their most known song.
Operation Ivy's Knowledge is the best way to start off their album.
great list :D