(individual songs would be unbelievably difficult for me)
(also, there about 300 more of these here)
Arcade Fire, Beach Boys, Beat Happening, Beatles, Best Coast, Black Keys, Blues Explosion, Brainiac, Breeders, Devo, Dinosaur Jr., Doors, Eels, Flaming Lips, Grandaddy, Guided by Voices, Half Japanese, Kills, Led Zeppelin, Luyas, Magnetic Fields, Marcy Playground, Minutemen, Moldy Peaches, New Pornographers, Nirvana, Noah and the Whale, Pavement, Pearl Jam, Pixies, Radiohead, Ramones, Replacements, Rolling Stones, She & Him, Shellac, Sleater-Kinney, Sonic Youth, Soul Coughing, Spoon, Strokes, Surfer Blood, They Might Be Giants, Tripping Daisy, Unicorns, Velvet Underground, Violent Femmes, Vivian Girls, Ween, White Stripes, and the entire Elephant 6 Recording Company
Adam Green, Astronautalis, Beck, Bob Dylan, Bruce Springsteen, Dan Deacon, Daniel Johnston, Elliott Smith, Jenny Lewis, Johnny Cash, Leonard Cohen, Neil Young, Neko Case, P.O.S, R. Stevie Moore, Rufus Wainwright, St. Vincent, Tom Petty (and the Heartbreakers), Tom Waits, Vic Chesnutt
Box Elders, Cake, Cloud Nothings, Dick Dale, Dresden Dolls, Elvis Presley, INXS, Josh Ritter, Meat Puppets, Nancy Sinatra, Nels Cline, R.E.M., Schoolhouse Rock!, Stone Roses, Tallest Man on Earth, The Babies, The Bran Flakes, Weebl, Whirlwind Heat, Why?
- Van Halen - "Jump"
- Lionel Richie - "All Night Long"
- Carrie Underwood - "Jesus Take the Wheel"
- Bradley Joseph - "The Passage", "If I Could Fly", "The Bridge", "Robbins Island", "The Glen", "Winter Moon", "The Road Ahead", "Far Away on Christmas Day", "Rose Colored Glasses"
- Queen - "Bohemian Rhapsody", "Killer Queen"
- Rolling Stones - "You Can't Always Get What You Want"
- The Who - "Baba O'Riley", "Who Are You"
- Eric Clapton - "Layla"
- Boyz II Men - "End of the Road", "I'll Make Love To You"
- Styx - "Lorelei"
- Elton John - "Circle of Life"
- Yanni - "Nostalgia", "Swept Away", "Santorini" (Acropolis versions), "Tribute", "Waltz in 7/8"
- The Eagles - "One of These Nights"
- Green Day - "Holiday", "Wake Me Up When September Ends"
- Journey "Lovin', Touchin', Squeezin"
- Black Eyed Peas - "Where Is The Love?"
- Bill Medley and Jennifer Warnes - "(I've Had) The Time of My Life"
- Dolly Parton - "I Will Always Love You"
- Lee Ann Womack - "I Hope You Dance"
- Ozzy Osborne - "Crazy Train"
- Genesis - "Abacab"
- Matchbox 20 - "If You're Gone"
- Vanessa Carlton - "A Thousand Miles"
- Sting - "Desert Rose"
- Toto - "Africa"
- Marc Cohn - "Walking in Memphis"
- "O Holy Night"
- Donna Summer - "MacArthur Park"
- Laura Branigan - "How Am I Supposed to Live Without You"
- Manfred Mann - "Blinded by the Light"
- Lee Greenwood - "God Bless the USA"
- MercyMe - "I Can Only Imagine"
- Pink Floyd - "Comfortably Numb"
- Boston - "More Than a Feeling", "Don't Look Back"
- Kansas - "Point of Know Return", "Carry On Wayward Son"
- Prince - "1999"
- Wilson Phillips - "Hold On"
- The Fray - "Over My Head (Cable Car)", "How to Save a Life"
- U2 - "I Still Haven't Found What I'm Looking For"
- Jon Bon Jovi - "Blaze of Glory"
- Natasha Bedingfield - "Unwritten
- Cher - "If I Could Turn Back Time"
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