15 Classic Songs Of The 90s That Will Live On Forever
Classic songs sing forever. For those over 50, there are some songs you'll never forget. Click through to find 15 songs that everyone should own.
1. Once Upon A Time by Frank Sinatra (1965)
This song recorded by Frank Sinatra makes us ache for all the sweet ladies of our lives.
2. Hotel California by Eagles (1977)
"You can check out anytime you like, but you can never leave." This is one of the eeriest rock songs ever.
3. Harvest Moon by Neil Young (1992)
Harvest Moon is one of the most beautiful waltzes about the September years.
4. Little Green by Joni Mitchell (1971)
This is one of the most intimately confessional and forthright songs ever.
5. Lately by Stevie Wonder (1980)
This may be one of the master's most complex and enthralling melodies, a song of infidelity.
6. A House Is Not A Home by Dionne Warwick (1964)
This is a torch song that out-shines Julie London's Cry Me A River.
7. Gangsta's Paradise by Coolio (1995)
This song speaks of the desperate sadness of lifelong badness.
8. Landslide by Stevie Nicks (1975)
This is one of the most poignant pop songs of regret from this or any era.
9. You Shook Me All Night Long by AC/DC (1980)
If you listen carefully to this song, you will find that being over 50 ain't all that bad.
10. C'est La Vie by Emmylou Harris (1977)
If this song doesn't put you in a good mood, nothing will.
11. He Stopped Loving Her Today by George Jones (1980)
This song refers to George Jones' love for country queen Tammy Wynette. Its gentle dignity touches your heart.
12. For What It's Worth by Buffalo Springfield (1967)
This haunting anthem about the risks of the Vietnam protest movement still cuts deep.
13. Crazy by Patsy Cline (1962)
This song became one of Patsy's signature pieces.
14. Jailhouse Rock by Elvis Presley (1957)
Simply said, the King never did it better.
15. In My Life by The Beatles (1965)
As we reach the September of our lives, we hear this song in a new way.