What one song never leaves your playlist?

Aug 25, 2015 by

Over the past two years, during 5.5 question interviews, we’ve asked “what one song never leaves your playlist?” We compiled a playlist of those songs – a playlist of songs always in a playlist. It’s pretty darn good and very eclectic! Enjoy.

The songs, artists, and the independent artists who chose them:

  1. Citizen Cope’s “Bullet and a Target” – Nicky P
  2. Loudon Wainwright III’s “Motel Blues” – Jim From The Moon
  3. Lady Gaga’s “Hair” – Jay Tromp
  4. Jonny Lang’s “Dying to Live” – Triton Taylor
  5. Biffy Clyro’s “57” – Monsters as Humans
  6. Bob Dylans “‘Cross the Green Mountain” – Devin Leslie
  7. Vaults’ “I LOVE Cry No More” – Ginger on the Rocks
  8. Jennifer Warnes’ “Song Of Bernadette” – Bus Stop Dreams
  9. John Mayer’s “Stop This Train” -Above Water
  10. The Mars Volta’s Cotopaxi – The Great Secret
  11. The Stone Roses’ “I Am The Resurrection” – Logan Stryx
  12. Patti Labelle’s “Lady Marmalade” – Ella
  13. Brand New’s “Jesus Christ” – Hunter Dumped Us Here
  14. Jackson Browne’s “For Everyman” – Joseph Eid
  15. Elizabeth Cotten’s “Oh Babe it Ain’t No Lie” – The Madisons
  16. The Grateful Dead’s “Mississippi Halfstep Uptown Toodleloo” – First You Get The Sugar