No such song exists for me. As soon as I finish listening to a song, I don't want to hear it again for at least a day, preferably longer. When I hear a song often, I get really sick of it really fast. There are some great songs that I would be happy never to hear again because they literally got played to death! These include Hotel California, Stairway to Heaven, Sweet Home Alabama, and Dream On.
(Of course, there are some really crappy songs that have been played to death, also. These include I Will Always Love You, You Light Up MY Life, and Raspberry Beret.)
Closer by Joe Inoue. It was used as an intro to Naruto anime, which is how it got wormed in my head but.. jeezuz, I listened to this song 20 times in the first night I downloaded it. It has a momentum about it.
Also, Black Balloon by the Goo Goo Dolls. It's, to put it simply, my song.
Originally Posted by tricia258 /img/forum/go_quote.gif I would go with Hair Like Snow and Adorable Women.
For Hair Like Snow, I love how the melody and the combination of different oriential instruments allows you to create a vivid image in you head. You can just lie on your bed and weave out a whole love story from the music.
Adorable Women is just plain adorable. You can literally taste his innocence and shyness when he sings it.
Never heard of either of those songs. Who is the artist?
Freedie Freeloader - Miles Davis
Swingers Get the Blues, Too - Duke Ellington
Sweet Georgia Brown - Anita O'Day
Pennies from Heaven - Frank Sinatra
Just a Memory - Johnny Hodges
Wheel of Fortune - Kay Starr
I Get a Kick Out of You - Ella Fitzgerald