What is the TOP 10 Pop - Rock Song of all Time?

Who doesn’t love The Beatles Song ? The Beatles started it back in the 60s and passed the torch of keeping pop alive to the likes of Elvis Presley and while that too might be too told for you, we’ve included all-time favourites to our top lists.

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1. Simon and Garfunkel: 'Mrs. Robinson' (1968)

This song, featured in the film "The Graduate," details the hidden lives of middle-class families in the late 1960s, with references to Joe DiMaggio, illicit romance, politics, and even mental illness. A pop cultural tour de force, "Mrs. Robinson" became a No. 1 hit single for the duo.

2. Fleetwood Mac: 'Dreams' (1977)

 "Dreams" was written in the midst of the emotional and personal upheaval experienced by the members of Fleetwood Mac, which ultimately resulted in the legendary album "Rumours." Stevie Nicks says she wrote "Dreams" in the studio in about 10 minutes. Christine McVie found the song a bit dull until Lindsey Buckingham put together a three-section arrangement that pulled everything together. "Dreams" became the Fleetwood Mac's first No. 1 pop hit in the U.S. and one of the group's most distinctive recordings.

3. Eagles: 'Hotel California' (1977)

The meaning of the mysterious lyrics of this Eagles classic has been the subject of widespread speculation for decades. In 2013, group member Don Henley said it's about "a journey from innocence to experience...that's all." Featuring a distinctively beautiful guitar solo, "Hotel California" went to No. 1 on the Billboard Hot 100 and received a Grammy Award for Record of the Year.

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4. Johnny Cash: 'I Walk the Line' (1956)

Released as Johnny Cash's fourth single, "I Walk the Line" established him as both a country and pop star. The song is driven by a distinctive freight-train-style backing rhythm. Johnny Cash hums before each verse to establish the new key that changes with each new verse.

 

5. Kelly Clarkson: 'Since U Been Gone' (2004)

"Since U Been Gone" was written for Kelly Clarkson's album "Breakaway" by Max Martin and Dr. Luke. Clarkson has stated that she insisted on adding the rock feel to the recording. The result was a record that captured the prevailing sound of mainstream pop with near perfection. "Since U Been Gone" went to No. 1 on the U.S. pop singles chart and was a top 10 hit around the world. The reputation of the song has grown since its original release, and it is frequently covered by other artists.

 

 

6. Pink Floyd: 'Another Brick in the Wall (Part II)' (1979)

This protest against rigid schooling that was included on Pink Floyd's opus "The Wall" was one of the most surprising hit songs of all time. It also sets up the depression and subsequent withdrawal of the main character in the movie based on the album. "Another Brick in the Wall (Part II)" features vocals from the Islington Green School choir, along with shouted orders and mocking statements by presumed teachers. The song became Pink Floyd's only No. 1 pop single in the U.S. and the U.K., but it was banned in South Africa.

 

 

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7. Bee Gees: 'You Should Be Dancing' (1976)

Before "Saturday Night Fever," the Bee Gees created one of the top disco hits of all time. "You Should Be Dancing" is their only No. 1 disco chart hit and was significantly featured later in the movie "Saturday Night Fever." The uptempo, thumping dance mix combined with a massive pop hook makes "You Should Be Dancing" one of the catchiest records of all time.

8. Audrey Hepburn: 'Moon River' (1962)

"Moon River" was composed by Henry Mancini and Johnny Mercer for the film "Breakfast at Tiffany's." It won Grammy Awards for Record and Song of the Year as well as the Academy Award for Best Original Song. It became a top 20 pop hit single in versions both by Henry Mancini and R&B singer Jerry Butler.

9. Ben E. King: 'Stand by Me' (1960)

Legendary pop songwriters Jerry Leiber and Mike Stoller wrote "Stand by Me" with singer Ben E. King, basing it on the spiritual "Lord Stand by Me." Ben E. King had first gained fame as a member of vocal group The Drifters. "Stand by Me" was his first No. 1 hit as a solo artist. The song went back to the pop top 10 in 1986 as the title song for the movie "Stand by Me."

 

10. Elvis Presley: 'Heartbreak Hotel' (1956)

"Heartbreak Hotel" was the first No. 1 pop single by Elvis Presley and the bestselling single of the year in 1956. The song's subject matter of extreme sadness at the end of a love relationship was inspired by the songwriter Thomas Durden reading a story about a suicide in a newspaper. A note was left saying, "I walk a lonely street." The intense bluesy sound with a slow rock-and-roll beat was a radical change from Elvis Presley's earlier recordings. 

 

 


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