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Results: Greatest Songs Poll

Here are the results for the greatest songs poll! I would like to thank the voters from Rolling Stone, Youtube, and of coarse Acclaimed Music.
And I would also like to thank Madeline for not voting.

Re: Results: Greatest Songs Poll

For songs 201-400, I'm just going to list them.

Here's 301-400:

301. Tainted Love, Soft Cell

302. La Bamba, Richie Valens

303. All You Need is Love, The Beatles

304. Here Comes the Sun, The Beatles

305. Highway 61 Revisited, Bob Dylan

306. In Bloom, Nirvana

307. Behind Blue Eyes, The Who

308. As, Stevie Wonder

309. Lady Marmalade, Patti Labelle

310. Ashes to Ashes, David Bowie

311. Tiny Dancer, Elton John

312. Glory Days, Bruce Springsteen

313. The Boys Are Back in Town, Thin Lizzy

314. Why Can’t We Be Friends, War

315. Into the Mystic, Van Morrison

316. I’m a Believer, The Monkees

317. Tom Sawyer, Rush

318. Tumbling Dice, The Rolling Stones

319. Alive, Pearl Jam

320. Live and Let Die, Paul McCartney

321. How Deep is Your Love, Bee Gees

322. The Wind Cries Mary, Jimi Hendrix

323. Midnight Train to Georgia, Gladys Knight

324. Miss You, The Rolling Stones

325. Ain’t Talkin’ ‘Bout Love, Van Halen

326. What’s Love Got to Do With It, Tina Turner

327. Pride and Joy, Stevie Ray Vaughan

328. Photograph, Def Leppard

329. Don’t Stop Till You Get Enough, Michael Jackson

330. New Year’s Day, U2

331. The Thrill is Gone, BB King

332. The Boys of Summer, Don Henley

333. Whipping Post, Allman Brothers

334. Ticket To Ride, The Beatles

335. Message in a Bottle, The Police

336. Kicks, Paul Revere and the Raiders

337. Jeremy, Pearl Jam

338. All Apologies, Nirvana

339. Rhiannon, Fleetwood Mac

340. Why Can’t This Be Love, Van Halen

341. Texas Flood, Stevie Ray Vaughan

342. Pride (In the Name Of Love) , U2

343. Lola, The Kinks

344. Where the Streets Have No Name, U2

345. I’ll Be There, Jackson 5

346. Paradise City, Guns N’ Roses

347. It’s Too Late, Carole King

348. I Can’t Explain, The Who

349. Beautiful Day, U2

350. I Want to Know What Love is, Foreigner

351. Mannish Boy, Muddy Waters

352. Rebel Rebel, David Bowie

353. Take it Easy, Eagles

354. Break on Through (To The Other Side), The Doors

355. American Idiot, Green Day

356. Black, Pearl Jam

357. Rosalita, Bruce Springsteen

358. I Get Around, The Beach Boys

359. I’m 18, Alice Cooper

360. Scenes From an Italian Restaurant, Billy Joel

361. Rollin’ Stone, Muddy Waters

362. Roundabout, Yes

363. Start Me Up, The Rolling Stones

364. Oye Como Va, Santana

365. In the Air Tonight, Phil Collins

366. Band on the Run, Paul McCartney

367. I Love Rock ‘N’ Roll, Joan Jett

368. God Save the Queen, Sex Pistols

369. Fly Like an Eagle, Steve Miller Band

370. (White Man) In Hammersmith Palais, the Clash

371. Reelin’ in the Years, Steely Dan

372. Born Under a Bad Sign, Albert King

373. Rain, The Beatles

374. Crosstown Traffic, Jimi Hendrix

375. Don’t You Want Me, Human League

376. Take the Money and Run, Steve Miller Band

377. All Day and All of the Night, The Kinks

378. Crazy on You, Heart

379. Black Magic Woman, Santana

380. People are Strange, The Doors

381. Crazy Train, Ozzy Osbourne

382. Longview, Green Day

383. I’m Coming Out, Diana Ross

384. Jungleland, Bruce Springsteen

385. Thriller, Michael Jackson

386. Funeral For A Friend/Love Lies Bleeding, Elton John

387. Celebration, Kool and the Gang

388. Dreams, Fleetwood Mac

389. Old Time Rock and Roll, Bob Seger

390. On Broadway, George Benson

391. Desperado, Eagles

392. Just What I Needed, The Cars

393. We’re an American Band, Grand Funk Railroad

394. At Last, Etta James

395. Summer of ’69, Bryan Adams

396. American Woman, The Guess Who

397. Day Tripper, The Beatles

398. Janie’s Got a Gun, Aerosmith

399. Rock and Roll All Nite, KISS

400. One, Metallica

Re: Results: Greatest Songs Poll

How many total voters were there, and how many were from each site?

Re: Results: Greatest Songs Poll

Thanks for compiling the results.

Re: Results: Greatest Songs Poll

How many total voters were there, and how many were from each site?

There were three from this site, 7 from Rolling Stone, and 10 from youtube, giving us a total of 20.

Re: Results: Greatest Songs Poll

Here's the next part of the list:

201. Runaway, Del Shannon

202. Rockin’ in the Free World, Neil Young

203. Fight the Power, Public Enemy

204. Family Affair, Sly and the Family Stone

205. Sounds of Silence, Simon and Garfunkel

206. You Are the Sunshine of My Life, Stevie Wonder

207. Candle in the Wind, Elton John

208. All the Young Dudes, Mott the Hoople

209. Who’ll Stop the Rain, Creedence Clearwater Revival

210. Three Little Birds, Bob Marley

211. Heart of Gold, Neil Young

212. Under the Bridge, The Red Hot Chili Peppers

213. Radio Free Europe, REM

214. She’s Not There, The Zombies

215. Desolation Row, Bob Dylan

216. Bad Moon Rising, Creedence Clearwater Revival

217. Stayin’ Alive, Bee Gees

218. Are You Gonna Be My Girl, Jet

219. Low Rider, War

220. Maggie May, Rod Stewart

221. That’s The Way of the World, Earth, Wind and Fire

222. Subterranean Homesick Blues, Bob Dylan

223. In My Room, The Beach Boys

224. Helter Skelter, The Beatles

225. Brown Sugar, The Rolling Stones

226. In the Midnight Hour, Wilson Pickett

227. Shake Rattle and Roll, Big Joe Turner

228. Bennie and the Jets, Elton John

229. Heroin, Velvet Underground

230. All Shook Up, Elvis Presley

231. Tears in Heaven, Eric Clapton

232. Roxanne, The Police

233. Visions Of Johanna, Bob Dylan

234. Sweet Emotion, Aerosmith

235. Chain of Fools, Aretha Franklin

236. My Sweet Lord, George Harrison

237. Soul Man, Sam and Dave

238. I Wanna Be sedated, Ramones

239. Mrs. Robinson, Simon and Garfunkel

240. Folsom Prison Blues, Johnny Cash

241. Exodus, Bob Marley

242. Ruby Tuesday, The Rolling Stones

243. We are the Champions, Queen

244. Green River, Creedence Clearwater Revival

245. Complete Control, The Clash

246. Don’t Be Cruel, Elvis Presley

247. There Is a Light That Never Goes Out, The Smiths

248. Bittersweet Symphony, The Verve

249. Just Like a Woman, Bob Dylan

250. Higher Ground, Stevie Wonder

251. Good Riddance (Time of Your Life), Green Day

252. September Gurls, Big Star

253. Across The Universe, The Beatles

254. Beast of Burden, The Rolling Stones

255. and Diane, John Cougar Mellencamp

256. Refugee, Tom Petty

257. Me and Bobby McGee, Janis Joplin

258. Maybe I’m Amazed, Paul McCartney

259. Crocodile Rock, Elton John

260. Wonderful Tonight, Eric Clapton

261. Sweet Dreams (Are Made of This), Eurhythmics

262. Fame, David Bowie

263. 1999, Prince

264. Gloria, Them

265. I Saw Her Standing There, The Beatles

266. Welcome To The Jungle, Guns N’ Roses

267. Something, The Beatles

268. Marquee Moon, Television

269. Street Fighting Man, The Rolling Stones

270. One Love, Bob Marley

271. Under Pressure, Queen & David Bowie

272. September, Earth, Wind and Fire

273. Dancing in the Dark, Bruce Springsteen

274. Fools Gold, Stone Roses

275. Time of the Season, The Zombies

276. Train in Vain, The Clash

277. Young Americans, David Bowie

278. Rock and Roll, Led Zeppelin

279. Have You Ever Seen the Rain, Creedence Clearwater Revival

280. Stand By Me, Ben E King

281. Please Please Me, The Beatles

282. The Joker, Steve Miller Band

283. Life in the Fast Lane, Eagles

284. Surfin’ USA, The Beach Boys

285. La Grange, ZZ Top

286. Yellow Brick Road, Elton John

287. Hey Joe, Jimi Hendrix

288. Call Me, Blondie

289. Jethro Tull, Aqualung

290. Tomorrow Never Knows, The Beatles

291. Shape of Things, the Yardbirds

292. Sweet Jane, Velvet Underground

293. Jet, Paul McCartney

294. Can’t Buy Me Love, The Beatles

295. Shining Star, Earth, Wind and Fire

296. Spirit in the Sky, Norman Greenbaum

297. I Shot The Sheriff, Bob Marley

298. River Deep Mountain High, Ike and Tina Turner

299. Come Sail Away, Styx

300. White Room, Cream

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200- Let’s Stay Together, Al Green

Album: Let’s Stay Together

199- Reach Out (I’ll Be There), The Four Tops

Album: Reach Out

198- Don’t Worry Baby, The Beach Boys

Album: Shut Down Volume 2
197- We Will Rock You, Queen

Album: News of the World

196- Should I Stay or Should I Go, The Clash

Album: Combat Rock

195- Get Up Stand Up, Bob Marley

Album: Burnin’
194- Hurt, Johnny Cash

Album: American IV: The Man Comes Around

193- Foxy Lady, Jimi Hendrix

Album: Are You Experienced?

192- Ziggy Stardust, David Bowie

Album: The Rise and Fall of Ziggy Stardust and the Spiders From Mars

191- Boogie Wonderland, Earth Wind and Fire

Album: I Am

190- Eleanor Rigby, The Beatles

Album: Revolver

189- Knocking on Heaven’s Door, Bob Dylan

Album: Pat Garret and Billy The Kid

188- Come Together, The Beatles

Album: Abbey Road

187- Little Red Corvette, Prince

Album: 1999

186- Ring of Fire, Johnny Cash

Album: Single

185- Smooth, Santana

Album: Supernatural

184- For Your Love, The Yardbirds

Album: For Your Love

183- People Get Ready, The Impressions

Album: People Get Ready

182- Redemption Song, Bob Marley

Album: Uprising

181- The Boxer, Simon and Garfunkel

Album: Bridge Over Troubled Water

180- Not Fade Away, Buddy Holly

Album: The Chirping Crickets

179- Ramble On, Led Zeppelin

Album: Led Zeppelin II

178- With A Little Help From My Friends, The Beatles

Album: Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band

177- LA Woman, The Doors

Album: LA Woman

176- White Rabbit, Jefferson Airplane

Album: Surrealistic Pillow

175- Long Tall Sally, Little Richard

Album: Here’s Little Richard

174- Revolution, The Beatles

Album: Single

173- Eight Miles High, The Byrds

Album: Fifth Dimension

172- When a Man Loves a Woman, Percy Sledge

Album: When a Man Loves a Woman

171- What a Wonderful World, Louis Armstrong

Album: Single

170- Honky Tonk Women, The Rolling Stones

Album: Single

169- Pinball Wizard, The Who

Album: Tommy

168- Born in the USA, Bruce Springsteen

Album: Born in the USA
167- Immigrant Song, Led Zeppelin

Album: Led Zeppelin III

166- Hurricane, Bob Dylan

Album: Desire

165- Sweet Caroline, Neil Diamond

Album: Single

164- Money, Pink Floyd

Album: The Dark Side of the Moon

163- Creep, Radiohead

Album: Pablo Honey

162- Moondance, Van Morrison

Album: Moondance

161- Somebody to Love, Jefferson Airplane

Album: Surrealistic Pillow

160- (What’s So Funny Bout) Peace Love and Understanding?, Elvis Costello

Album: Armed Forces

159- I Can See For Miles, The Who

Album: The Who Sell Out

158- Blitzkrieg Bop, Ramones

Album: Ramones

157- California Dreamin’, The Mamas and the Papas

Album: If You Can Believe Your Eyes and Ears

156- Wild Thing, The Troggs

Album: From Nowhere, The Troggs

155- Heartbreaker, Led Zeppelin

Album: Led Zeppelin II

154- Purple Rain, Prince

Album: Purple Rain

153- The Message, Grandmaster Flash and the Furious Five

Album: The Message

152- Tangled Up In Blue, Bob Dylan

Album: Blood on the Tracks

151- Love and Happiness, Al Green

Album: Livin’ For You

Re: Results: Greatest Songs Poll

There should be pictures. Does anypne know how to get pictures in?

Re: Results: Greatest Songs Poll

I've enjoyed seeing the results to date. Please let us know when we can expect to see the top 150.

Re: Results: Greatest Songs Poll

I've enjoyed seeing the results to date. Please let us know when we can expect to see the top 150.

If you want to see the rest of the list, you can see it here. The top 5 will show up tommarow.

Re: Results: Greatest Songs Poll

My prediction for top 5:

5. My Generation, The Who
4. Let It Be, The Beatles
3. Stairway to Heaven, Led Zeppelin
2. Satisfaction, The Rolling Stones
1. Like a Rolling Stone, Bob Dylan