Wednesday, 9 March 2011

Top 100 Songs of the 1970s, #50 - 41




The 70s countdown (obviously) keeps getting better and better, but we've got a first here today. For the first time there won't be any ladies representing in a countdown post. And right after International Women's Day too... my bad. With that awkward announcement out of the way... here's the next ten songs. Enjoy!


#50 - I Want You Back (1970)
by The Jackson 5




Oh baby give me one more chance...


#49 - Heart of Gold (1972)
by Neil Young




I want to live, I want to give,
I've been a miner for a heart of gold...


#48 - Smoke on the Water (1973)
by Deep Purple




They burned down the gambling house,
It died with an awful sound...


#47 - I'm Eighteen (1970)
by Alice Cooper




I gotta get out of this place,
I'll go runnin' in outer space...


#46 - London Calling (1979)
by The Clash




Come out of the cupboard,
All you boys and girls...


#45 - I Was Made For Lovin' You (1979)
by KISS




And I can't get enough of you baby,
Can you get enough of me?


#44 - Comfortably Numb (1979)
by Pink Floyd




Hello, is there anybody in there?
Just nod if you can hear me...


#43 - Riders on the Storm (1971)
by The Doors




An actor out alone,
Riders on the storm...


#42 - Paranoid (1970)
by Black Sabbath




Think I'll lose my mind if I,
Don't find something to pacify...


#41 - Cruel To Be Kind (1979)
by Nick Lowe




Oh, I can't take another heartache...


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