Hello, everyone! After watching this video https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ICg2QAFT8_U ,I would like to present my little chart of the same songs, but they are put according to how I like it :)
Not that I do not agree with the competent professionals who made the original chart, I just put the songs I recognize faster on the better position.
10. Elton John — “Can You Feel the Love Tonight”
Elton John is definitely an iconic singer, but I’m not a fan of his voice. Unfortunately, I have never watched “The Lion King” either :(
9. Cliff Edwards — “When You Wish Upon a Star”
As you understand, I’m not a fan of cartoons, that’s why this beautiful and magnificent song is ninth in my chart.
8. B.J. Thomas — “Raindrops Keep Fallin’ on My Head”
Though this song creates amazing and good mood, I think it can be only 8th in my chart :)
7. Bruce Springsteen — “Streets of Philadelphia”
I think, this song is quite romantic, telling a story of a lonely man wondering around the streets of Philadelphia.
6. Judy Garland — “Over the Rainbow”
Such an iconic song is 6th in my chart because it is one of the most recognizable songs in America.
5. Audrey Hepburn — “Moon River”
Again, a great romantic song performed by amazing Audrey Hepburn is still an inspiration for thousands of people.
4. Barbara Streisand — “The Way We Were”
If the song is simple but still romantic and about love, people will like it. That’s why I adore it :)
3. Eminem — “Lose Yourself”
Each song of Eminem has its own character and kind of its own mood, but this one is one of the most charismatic!
2. “The Time of My Life”
Come on, I don’t think I have to explain anything about this one =)
1. Adele — “Skyfall”
And iconic Adele hits the top of the chart, I don’t think anyone is surprised!