The late, great Townes Van Zandt wrote this wonderful song, of course, which is also a favourite of mine. I personally enjoy his version over the Willie Nelson/Haggard version - I love Willie and Haggard, but their version has that 80s synthesizer vibe to it that makes me enjoy their version a lot less than Townes' original stripped down acoustic version, but that is just my take.Poncho and Lefty
A song by definition involves singing. I do not believe the Bach and Handel choices qualify as songs although these pieces are undoubtedly impressive.Let's go down another road
Handel's Water Music.
J.S. Bach Brandenburg Concerto No. 2 Movement 3
Theme song from: "The Rockford Files".
Most music I listen to doesn't have singing, I would have to change my answers.... this is a good one though:A song by definition involves singing. I do not believe the Bach and Handel choices qualify as songs although these pieces are undoubtedly impressive.
It is not possible for me to chose 3 songs. Easier are the songs I'm likely to actually sing out loud. Happy Birthday to You and Auld Lang Syne are the only songs I'm likely to sing in the presence of other people (my children excepted, with them a large number of children's songs and songs of my own creation can be added).