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#1
For me it'd either be Wind Beneath My Wings by Bette Midler or Black Velvet by Alannah Myles. Both awesome songs. My Mum used to play them both so much when I was little.
#2
Crazy Train or Dreamline.
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#5
Yesterday by The Beatles. I love my daddy.

EDIT: Now that I think about it it may have been Behind Blue Eyes. I had a mod for a father.
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#6
No Class - Motorhead.

I remember my Dad playing in the spare room when my Mum was out, really loud. It was on an old record player, it was awesome. My Dad said "You'll thank me for this one day."
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#7
That would probably be Do It Again by Steely Dan
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#9
Possible some Beach Boys. God Only Knows perhaps.
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#10
The Beatles- Back in the USSR

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#11
George Strait- Ocean Front Property

That's right. My parents played fucking country music for me.


You say that like its a bad thing.


Stairway to Heaven. Opened me up to guitar and music in general.
#15
first song ive ever heard was "saturday night" by nickleback. it was a cover :/
the first heavy METAL song i ever heard was before i forget by slipknot :]
#16
a lullaby. it made me cry.

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#19
"Casey Jones" by The Grateful Dead or "Pretty Woman" by Roy Orbison. Thank God for my mom.
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#20
White Room - Cream

My dad's been a huge fan of Clapton.
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#21
Something by the jackson 5 is something that is most vivid in my memory.
#24
inb4 twinkle tinkle little star


but the first song i heard and was like whoa this is awesome is stereophonics vegas two times the intro is orgasmic
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#25
After all the kiddie songs, some of the first songs I can honestly remember listening to and recognizing would be The Sweater Song and Buddy Holly, and God Save the Queen by Better than Ezra.
#26
The Beatles - Yellow Submarine

Edit : Either that or Fool's Garden - Lemon Tree.
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#27
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inb4 twinkle tinkle little star


but the first song i heard and was like whoa this is awesome is stereophonics vegas two times the intro is orgasmic

Meh... I love Stereophonics but I'm not immensely keen on that song.
#30
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#32
I know I'd get bored of it in a couple of days though. Only the finest comedy quotes get into my sig
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#33
"You Can't Always Get What You Want" (that's the title, right?) by the Stones. My folks would always sing it to me as a child whenever I got upset when I didn't get my way.
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#34
dream on - aerosmith
i grew up listening to aerosmith and riding on the back of my daddy's harley
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#35
A lot of you are really young or have shit memories

For me it was either some classical music or I Feel Free by Derek and the Dominoes. My Dad liked the album that song was on, and I thought they were singing I Feel Three, and that they were singing about me because that's how old I was. So I was obviously pretty young to remember it

On that same album was a song with lyrics about drinking Malted Milk, and I thought they meant the little biscuits I used to eat with the pictures of the cows on them, I was like THIS ALBUM WAS MADE FOR MEE!!
#37
The Monkey's Daydream Believer, seemed to be the anthem for my early years . Though if my Dad is to be believed the first song I ever heard was Sweet Child O Mine as his Appetite for Destruction Cassette was still in the car on being brought home from the hospital.
#40
Masquerade from Phantom of the Opera.
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