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Which classic rock song is better

Pick The Better Song
The Who- Jaguar
Fleetwood Mac- Can't Afford To Do It
Elvis Presley- All Shook Up
Clash- Janie Jones
Beatles- Yesterday
Commander Cody- Everybody's Doin' It
Doors- My Eyes Have Seen You
Fleetwood Mac- Hellhound On My Trail
Doobie Brothers- Outside Of Barstow
Jethro Tull- Aqualung
Pink Floyd- Eclipse
Beatles- Eleanor Rigby
Frank Zappa- Don't Eat The Yellow Snow
Who- I Am The Sea
Who- Mary-Anne With The Shaky Hand
Doors- People Are Strange
Jimi Hendrix- Have You Ever Been (To Electric Ladyland)
Clash- London's Burning
Pink Floyd- Empty Spaces
The Who- Substitute
Who- Love Ain't For Keeping
Beatles- Can't Buy Me Love
Who- Happy Jack
Quicksilver Messenger Service- Bears
Commander Cody- Git It
Commander Cody- Lost In The Ozone
Who- Eyesight To The Blind
Pink Floyd- The Gnome
CSN- Just A Song Before I Go
Fleetwood Mac- Long Grey Mare
Beatles- We Can Work It Out
The Beatles- Lady Madonna
R.E.M.- Last Date
Who- Little Billy
Yardbirds- A Certain Girl
Frank Zappa- Father O'Blivion
Who- Fortune Teller
Beatles- I Feel Fine
Beatles- Paperback Writer
Yardbirds- I Wish You Would
Doors- Summer's Almost Gone
Beatles- Help
Yardbirds- Money In Your Hips
Steve Miller- Dance, Dance, Dance
CCR- Bad Moon Rising
Beatles- The End
Beatles- Love Me Do
Who- Call Me Lightning
Beatles- She Loves You
Cream- Wrapping Paper
Commander Cody- Lat Ring Of Fire
Led Zeppelin- Immigrant Song
Commander Cody- Diggy Liggy Lo
Tom Petty- I Need To Know
Allman Brothers- Don't Want You No More
Yardbirds- Boom Boom
Kinks- Village Green Preservation Society
Beatles- Sun King
Jimi Hendrix- Crosstown Traffic
Who- Sensation
Who- I'm The Face
Who- Boris The Spider
R.E.M.- Toys In The Attic
Led Zeppelin- Communication Breakdown
Fleetwood Mac- I'm Coming Home To Stay
Steve Miller- Going To Mexico
Fleetwood Mac- The World Keep On Turning
Commander Cody- Big Rock
Yardbirds- For Your Love
Kinks- Dead End Street
This poll was created on 2008-07-10 14:47:49 by ziggyernie