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  1. #11
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    I simply don't have time for such trivial things.
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    LOL... BUT, that's sad....
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    Thats a hard call for me. I can't even pick a favorite band. But most any songs from Lynard Skynard, Bad Company, Eagles, Kansas....Like I said there are several. I do like classic rock
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    Only the greatest song ever made.....spice girls.. wanabe...
    Its 1st song on my end of the world apacollypse sound track.

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    "Kashmir" live from Led Zeppelin !

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9vbeilE0UrQ with an orchestra.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PD-MdiUm1_Y Live from Celebration day with Jason Bonham on drums instead of his original member Father.....my favorite song, from my favorite band, and my favorite version.
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    Actually I was joking with the spice girls comment. But how funny would it be slaying zombies in the eotwawki jamming to spice girls...
    I am a huge music fan. It would be impossible to pick just one song. I'm big into 90s alternative. Country, even 20s and Thirty's stuff. I'm all over the spectrum.

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    I like all music and listen to it all. Hell my dog howls at Mozart marriage of figaro lol
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    Default Back In Baby's Arms

    So many to choose from....but I am biased, because my biological father (Bob Montgomery) wrote this one for Patsy Cline around 1959 after he moved to next door to her in Gnashville

    Performed by my new-to-me brother, Kevin Montgomery, at a friend's farm in Tennessee......it's a real toe-tapper, and a happy-go-lucky tune. Enjoy the video !



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    Upbeat, cheery, wonderful pipes

    https://youtu.be/_SMFj50EV4g

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