Actually, there are so many I could not name them!
I like many Abba songs, Leonard Cohen, Leonard cohen's son (cant think of his name!), Meatloaf, Queen, and cannot think of just ONE that I would not get sick of.
I have spent days listening to Leonard Cohen songs and never got sick of them and ditto with Abba, and Queen, and some of Meatloaf's old ones - and also Cher...the list goes on and on as I think....but the question was one, and I cannot answer it!
WOW !! Just one? I find it hard t think of just one !!! I think my answer would have to be Bohemian Rhapsody by Queen, anything by Fleetwood Mac or Elton John, and Bridge over Troubled Waters by Simon and Garfunkel
Just like Fainny and Lluxi there are lots of songs from days gone past that I will never tire of. Aside from the artists mentioned, like Queen, Meat Loaf, Abba, and Elton John, I think any feel good song would fit into this category. For example, Tina Turner's 'The Best', The Village People's 'YMCA', The Macarena, Mambo No. 5 Dance songs are always going to be way up there.
It was in the 60's and 70's and a little 80's that music came into it's own.
So I just could not pick one.
Was not really a big fan of the Beatles, they were ok.
Elvis I could not stand.
I Loved Kate Bush, so her music is very nice for me to listen too, with great memories of a great time.
Jonaja, I just loved the Beatles! I saw them in concert in '64. I had a tiny bedroom to my self, with the Beatles pictures ALL over 1 big wall, 1 small wall, as well the whole ceiling. 1 day my mum took them all off, said I didn't need them anymore, & burnt them all in the incinerator!!! I didn't like Elvis either...until he died the day before our youngest daughters 1st birthday! Then I started to take some interest in him!