Not to say this song is soporific. It's lovely.
12. "Blood" by The Middle East (2009)
This is the newest song on this list, but I think my love of it will endure. It was one of those songs I instantly loved. The music is sad and hopeful and gives life the lyrical portrait of a family.
Love this video, too.
13. "Birdhouse in Your Soul" by They Might Be Giants (1990)
The one song My 99.5 FM overplayed that I liked.
14. “Don’t Stop Me Now” by Queen (1979)
I think I've featured this song multiple times on this blog, but can you ever get sick of this song? Ever?
Also, this song is part of the best scene in Shaun of the Dead.
15. “Swallow” by The Wailin’ Jennys (2006)
Canadian bluegrass. Awesome. I'm mostly in love with brief Wailin' Jennys member Annabell Chvostek's voice in this song. I love a lady with rich low voice.