Two Little Boys by Rolf Harris - My Dad used to sing this to me when I was little and it still briongs a tear to my eye!!!
The Twist by Chubby Checker - Never fails to bring the whole crowd to its feet, no matter what their age!
Mustang Sally by Mack Rice - The magic of the Muscle Car!!!!
Jackson by Johnny Cash & June Carter - Cash. This reminds me of my childhood as well, Satuday nights wtaching mum and dad get up to dance to Johnny and June on vinyl... Oh, memories!!!
The wind cries Mary by The Jimi Hendrix Experience - Just sheer brilliance!!!
King of the Road by Roger Miller
I Got a Woman by Ray Charles
Both of the above are more songs from my childhood...
Down on the Corner by Creedence Clearwater revival - The first song i learnt a lead riff on guitar!!! Plus it is an excellent tune!!
Six Days on the Road by Dave Dudley - Reminds me of my Dad, driving hard to make it home afte each run....
Me and Bobby McGee by Roger Miller OR Kenny Rogers - Another childhood song...
Smokestack Lightnin' by Howlin' Wolf - Simply because he is so excellent...
That'll be the day by Buddy Holly - or any of his from the 60's...
Pap's gotta brand new Bag by JAMES BROWN - how can not include th Godfather of Soul in a best 60's song list....
Oh, sorry... You only wanted 3... Ummm, I can't choose - You're getting all of them!!!!!
SUNSHINE OF YOUR LOVE, Cream
DREAMS OF MILK AND HONEY, Leslie West
WE GOTTA GET OUT OF THIS PLACE, the Animals
Itchycoo Park The Small Faces
All Along The Watchtower Bob Dylan
Runner-Up: Echoes Pink Floyd
We gotta get out of this place - Animals (Our VIETNAM theme song)
Viva Las Vegas - Elvis
Aint that a kick in the head - Dean Martin
1) Good Lovin' (Young Rascals)
2) Things I Should Have Said (Grass Roots)
3) Can't Find My Way Home (Blind Faith)
The Beatles - Across The Universe
The Who - My Generation
The Rolling STones - Satisfaction
Runaway, Del Shannon
The Sounds of Silence, Simon & Garfunckel
These Arms of Mine, Otis Redding
Temptations ....The Way You Do the Things You Do
Smokey Robinson.....You've Really Got a Hold on Me
I chose these three because there just, so-darn-pleasant to listen to!
of the 60's!!!I dont know anything about that era
Satisfaction - The Rolling Stones
The Sound of Silence - Simon and Garfunkel
When I'm 64 - The Beatles
Can't answer this question - too many songs, too many memories!
I'll second "house of the rising sun"
"ball and chain" Janis Joplin
"cool jerk" the capitols