Q Magazine's 1001 Best Songs Ever

U2's 1991 track One has been named the greatest song ever recorded in a special edition of British music magazine Q's 1001 Best Songs Ever. Music experts placed the tune, which had only a brief and unremarkable spell in the charts, above high-ranking efforts by Elvis and The Beatles. U2 guitarist The Edge said: "When we named it, I always knew it would be number one at something." Elvis Presley's "In The Ghetto" is #5 on a list which contains a wide variety of songs and styles. Top Ten: 1. One - U2 2. I Say A Little Prayer - Aretha Franklin 3. Smells Like Teen Spirit - Nirvana 4. A Day In The Life - The Beatles 5. In The Ghetto - Elvis Presley 6. My Name Is - Eminem 7. Creep - Radiohead 8. Independent Women Part 1 - Destiny's Child 9. Live Forever - Oasis 10. River Deep Mountain High - Ike and Tina Turner
Source: Google / Updated: Nov 19, 2003 
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Nashnet (profilecontact) wrote on Nov 23, 2003report abuse
Wow, that's an incredibly lame list by just about anyone's standards- except the so-called "music experts!"
VanGogh (profilecontact) wrote on Nov 20, 2003report abuse
roustabout, I couldn't agree more! These kinds of lists are ridiculous. Nevertheless, I am always glad when Elvis is not forgotten and especially when he gets into a top ten or five. Incidentally, I only like three of these songs really--"Day in the Life," "Creep" and of course "In the Ghetto" Dumb list.
roustabout (profilecontact) wrote on Nov 20, 2003report abuse
These choices are too ridiculous to even further comment upon!

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