Who were you in high school? Party animal. Do you have any regrets? Yes, some. Only a few. Would you rather take a world cruise or stay at home with your cat?

Take the cruise. Play with kitty. What is the most important thing according to you? What would you prefer to happen? Travel back in time.

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You don't need a reason to cut loose: you're always ready to shake your groove thing and that's why this jaunty Euro-tune from is what you need to be listening to right now.

Sometimes it works great—and sometimes it tanks—but it's one you definitely need to know. The year is Things didn't go as George Orwell envisioned.

The greatest guitar player in rock started playing keyboards. Everyone knows this song and sings along. You must know it—and know it correctly. One-hit-wonder songs can work great for cover bands.

This tune is singable, dance-able, and works well in a medley with songs like "R. This is one of those '80s songs that is both loved by and somethings and popular with the younger folks, especially the girls.

But as a working musician I have played many gigs with bands that I had never rehearsed with or even met, and I've found in those cases that it was essential to know every track on this list.

This is the song you play when the guitar player breaks a string. So if you sing or play bass or drums, you need to be able to pull this one out. This rock radio classic holds up in the clubs and bars nearly 40 years after its release.

Paul Rodgers again!? The hook is killer. It's got a great guitar solo. And the bass player even gets the spotlight for a moment. This song always goes over well.

A great tune for the mellow stoners in the room, "The Joker" is a timeless classic that often gets the crowd singing along. Click here to get the new Cover Band Central e-book!

Everyone wants more cowbell! And this hit satiates every rock and SNL fan by leading into the song with Bessie's neck piece. A simple four-chord structure makes this one a no-brainer.

People will request Journey. It's part of the job. This was Benatar's biggest hit, back in , and still remains popular with the party crowd.

Even guys in bands have been known to get away with singing this tune, and it's a must if you have an '80s-music-lovin' audience.

While not technically a rock song although it was covered brilliantly by Stevie Ray Vaughan , this Motown hit gets the crowd dancing and drinking and fits in well with the classic rock repertoire.

Know it. And even if you don't sing, you best be shouting "Hey! This was the band's second-biggest hit, surpassed only by "Born To Be Wild" an obvious choice for the biker lot , and does well to loosen up the crowd.

If they're not already dancing, a few folks should jump on the floor when you launch into this song. Putting the words "Rock and Roll" in your title seems to work well they'll appear several more times in this list.

If there's a bachelorette party in the crowd, this is a great tune to get the girls dancing and singing. If you know the blues, then you'll have no problem playing this one.

From the album Hotel California , "Life in the Fast Lane" peaked at 11 in Billboard and is well-known by pretty much everyone. It rocks from start to finish, and is a great upbeat song to include in your set.

Although they have an extensive catalog of classic metal brilliance, this is the song that defines Metallica. When it was first released, I was happily flabbergasted to see people dance to a thrash band!

Over 20 years later. People will request "Long Train Runnin'. Unless you're playing in a Kiss tribute band or you're really into Kiss, this is the only Kiss song that you'll ever need to know. It's a pretty reliable crowd-pleaser no matter what the gig.

Some of the songs on this list are the ones that define their band to the general public. Everyone knows it, and everyone loves it.

Why this song? Do you know why? I mean. It's sing-along-able. As soon as it starts, you start singing along. And every girl loves it.

I'm seeing why now. In most bands I've ever played with, "Brick House" goes hand-in-hand with 9 on the list. Again, not really a rock song, yet extremely popular across several genres and a gimmie to get folks dancing.

It's a also a tune that can be stretched out and jammed upon if the band needs to fill up some set time. This is basically a bar blues tune, played with ferocity and fire. Pro Tip for drummers : The song starts on the and of three.

That's the blues for you, and this song epitomizes blues-rock for most casual music fans. Just another bar blues tune. So even if you don't think you know it, you do.

The version from Live At Budokan was the band's biggest selling single, reaching 7 on the Billboard Hot Club-goers and party people all over the map are familiar with "I Want You to Want Me" and it usually gets a room pumped-up.

Way back before many of today's bar patrons were even born, Aerosmith put out a record called Toys In The Attic. Aside from this hit, "Walk This Way," the release also featured "Sweet Emotion" another cover band favorite and helped the band break into the mainstream.

When Run-D. To this day, it remains one of Aerosmith's most popular songs and is played by most cover bands at one time or another. Her version of "I Love Rock and Roll" is actually a cover itself the original was written by the band Arrows in but was made insanely popular in the early '80s, largely due to MTV exposure.

When there's a crowd, it's always good to get it involved in the music. Bands often encourage the folks in the room to join in on this song's line, "woke up this morning and got myself a beer!

Pro Tip : Any song that encourages people to drink makes your employer happy. It's difficult to say who has performed the quintessential version of "Mustang Sally," but the basic structure remains the same in each recording.

This is another great sing-along for the crowd "Ride Sally, ride! If you play a musical instrument, you have to know this one.

This is another tune that was made popular as a cover. Written and recorded in by Otis Redding, the song enjoyed mainstream success in as the breakout hit single from the Crowes' debut album.

I think I've played this song more than any other one in my career. From the multi-platinum masterpiece Back In Black, "You Shook Me All Night Long" remains one of the band's biggest hits, and is performed by cover bands all over the world.

It features one of the most iconic guitar solos in the history of rock, and boasts a chorus that people can't help themselves to sing along with. In , Tom Petty released his debut album with the Heartbreakers, right before disco music exploded.

The first single, "Breakdown," became a Top 40 hit soon after its release. The second single, released in , didn't chart in the U. When your band wants to get people up and dancing, "Play That Funky Music" is the tune that works every time.

This one-and-only hit for Wild Cherry was released in and has sold over two and a half million copies in the U. Pretty much every cover band including wedding bands will play this song at one time or another.

The blue-eyed Canadian rocker has had over a dozen Top 40 hits over the last three decades. Although "Heaven" and "Everything I Do I Do it for You " were his best selling singles, they're much better suited for a wedding band or corporate event.

A lot of musicians will roll their eyes when a band leader suggests playing "Brown Eyed Girl," but the truth is that music fans both serious and casual will sing along, no matter where you are.

This is a great crossover tune, as it works well at clubs, parties, weddings, and pretty much any live cover band show. Diamond's ode to John F. Kennedy's then year-old daughter has sold nearly two million digital copies in the Internet age, and is often requested and played by bands all over the world.

Over thirty years later, it's still extremely popular for the party crowd, especially with girls. I've never played this song where there aren't people singing along.

In , New Jersey's second favorite son and his namesake band released a song that would never go away. Serious guitar players even include the talk box in their rig to help authentically replicate one of the greatest rock songs of all time.

It's true that some of the greatest songs are born in the simplest moments. While Slash was goofing around with a guitar exercise, the rest of the band started jamming along.

Enter singer Axl Rose's inspired lyrics while he was listening upstairs, and a classic rock song was born. If you've ever played at a club, you know that someone will inevitably request Guns, and "Sweet Child O' Mine" is the song that they want to hear.

Having played all over the country in hundreds of different bars and clubs, I can honestly say that this is the song I've heard covered the most. It's one that guitar players learn when they're just starting out, due to its easy three-chord structure, and it's one that every band knows how to play.

It's no wonder that "Don't Stop Believin" takes the top spot: It's the most downloaded song of the 20th century and the top-selling catalog track in iTunes history.

Anytime your band plays this song, you're guaranteed to have a captive and appreciative audience. Sign in or sign up and post using a HubPages Network account.

Comments are not for promoting your articles or other sites. Brings back some memories. I played about half of those in a couple of bands in the 70s and 80s. Many more songs as well of course, pretty much the guitar rock and country rock of the day.

Ric and a Precision, Sunn bass amp. Some of the songs on this particular list are heavily produced with keyboards etc so wouldn't be easy to do with lead and rhythm guitar, bass and drums in the honky tonk bars!

But as many have said, people just want to hear something familiar. The bar owners don't want you to get too loud, that doesn't promote conversation and drinking. Your job is to sell mixed drinks, not much profit in beer, LOL!

Or so they always told us. Maybe the last set you could turn it up. And, the most important players in the band are a solid drummer and bass player, that and good singing! How about Blondie, The Pretenders, Heart!!

If you want to work, you have to play what people want to hear. If you're in a cover band, no one cares who you are or what you like.

They want to hear the songs they and the rest of the crowd know the words too. Got to the bottom of the list and a commercial came on tv playing journeys don't stop believing lol.

Cliche, cliche, cliche. It's hard to say who's fault it is It's a sad state of affairs. Yes, these songs are overplayed. Guess what? People who are drinking don't care and mostly aren't musicians.

When you're in a cover band, your job is to please the audience. You're not a rock star. That doesn't mean you can't have fun. At my suggestion, my band segued from the guitar solo in Play That Funky Music to a shortened version of Rapper's Delight, then back to end with the last verse of Funky.

People freaked out; turnarounds all over the bar the instant I started with, "Now what you hear is not a test.

And, yes, I'm female. But I have a low, whiskey-and-cigarette voice, so I sing mostly guy songs and can scream like Steven Tyler. No Journey for me Also, you can deviate from this list and people will still be happy.

It's also surprising what songs from other genres the classic rock crowd goes nuts over. No one's suggesting that this is a set list, but as a list of "songs every cover band should know," like the title says, I totally agree.

This list is probably intended as a "bread-and-butter" list for a musician looking for work. Knowing these tunes means you'll be able to sit in on most cover gigs, especially more classic rock orientated.

I've had last-minute calls with no time to rehearse or learn songs. This list is GOLD in that regard. After the gig the band leader will hopefully say "Hey man that went great!

You're hired. I'll send you a list of some more current less overplayed songs". THIS is the problem in our area. Most do them no justice at all and are over amplified and under talented.

Christ on any given Friday or Saturday you walk down Main St. Believe it or not, bands that play this type of music still get hired. If I played these 50 songs tomorrow in my city, I would never be asked back.

Fair few standards, but then some appear and you're like 'of course,' Brilliant hub man, really enjoyed it!

Some 30 year old in a bar may have never heard a live band play Jessie's girl or even a song like Enter Sandman. After a few beers, I doubt the ones that have are going to care if it is a good band that they have heard it a million times before.

If it rocks, they are going to rock and drink more alcohol. Let's face it, that is basically what it comes down to for a cover band.

Rock the crowd and get them to drink. So, while some of you "musicians" are tired of playing Mustang Sally, the audience isn't going to complain.

You will make more money that way!!! I think it is a great list. While my band doesn't play half of these songs, they aren't far off the path and could be a solid list of a band's repertoire.

Rock on! I totally agree that most of these songs are overplayed, and that it would be nice if we could play interesting and elegant songs in cover bands, and sometimes we can.

With lots of rehearsal, etc. But to be able to be versatile enough to step into a situation and perform with very little work with a certain band, this list covers a lot of ground.

This is not intended to be a set list. Because these are the most overplayed songs of all time, they are songs that every musician that plays covers should know.

But it's important to at least KNOW these songs. Do you understand the difference? Sorry, but I'd have to call this the SOS list: same old shite. Turn on any classic rock radio station and you can hear these ad nauseum.

My band plays none of these regularly, and only 3 under duress. And we pack the place and people come to every show.

People thank us for that on a regular basis. There's SO much great music out there, and people still know all the words. If I had to play this list every weekend, my soul would die.

This list is spot on! You've also set up my Sunday night perfectly. I've got a lot of songs to enjoy listening to know as well as picking up my guitar for a jam! That being said, I think this is a wonderful list and I enjoyed reading it along with the writers comments.

I have played and sang at least of these tunes at one time or another throughout my career. The people bashing the list are the kind of musicians who will NEVER get the kind of satisfaction from their music that lots of us do.

They are too caught up on the small stuff. I would guess that most of people bashing the list are still wet behind the ears, so to speak, and have not yet learned the things that a lot of us have.

Either that, or they are like a lot of musicians I know who think they already know everything so there is nothing else they need to learn. If I were to give advice to an aspiring musician Being in the music business is a lot like any other business, in that you have to keep learning.

If you're into original stuff, that's fine. Just make sure you are targeting the right venue. By the same token, don't think you're gonna roll up into the Bluebird Cafe and blow em away with Sweet Home Alabama.

As one of the commenters said, learn a lot of songs from different genres, and adapt your song list accordingly. If possible, do some recon on the club you'll be playing.

If that's not feasible, no worries, if you have prepared yourself, most of the time you'll be able to "feel the crowd out". If you will be playing for more than one night, mingle.

Don't just ask people what they want to hear, but ask and then LEARN it if you don't know it already. People LOVE to interact with the band. Believe it or not, it makes the audience feel a little like part of the show I can promise you, if you do this, they will come back.

To me, that is TRUE gratification. So listen to your audience. You owe them that if you expect them to listen to you. I also enjoy going to see other cover bands on a rare night off and hearing what they are doing.

Show some support for your peers. Talk to them also. Leave out the negativity unless it's constructive. Tell them what you LIKE about their show.

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Score a date with Mariah Carey. Be abducted by a pug. Which of the following cuisines do you prefer? Hot dogs. French cuisine. Chinese cuisine. Italian cuisine. Do you have a record player?

What's a record player? President: Coco Jamboo. You don't need a reason to cut loose: you're always ready to shake your groove thing and that's why this jaunty Euro-tune from is what you need to be listening to right now.

YouTube video. Thompson Twins: Hold Me Now. You're a little on the romantic side and like to catch an earful of that mids New Wave synth sound.

Crank up this timeless classic and enjoy. Garbage: Stupid Girl. You like to rock out to the sultry sounds of a unique voice like Shirley's Manson's, who steered this hit to Garbage sound stardom in With slightly rebellious lyrics and addictive beat, 'Stupid Girl' is one of the best driving songs of all time.

Dreams: The Cranberries. You're a little dreamy and little nostalgic, so there's no time like the present to give another listen to this Cranberries classic from the early '90s.

Play, listen, repeat. Let's face, all signs point to the fact that you often feel like you have to fight your right Cue The Beastie Boys, because your song has just arrived.

Sweet Harmony: The Beloved. Brings back some memories. I played about half of those in a couple of bands in the 70s and 80s. Many more songs as well of course, pretty much the guitar rock and country rock of the day.

Ric and a Precision, Sunn bass amp. Some of the songs on this particular list are heavily produced with keyboards etc so wouldn't be easy to do with lead and rhythm guitar, bass and drums in the honky tonk bars!

But as many have said, people just want to hear something familiar. The bar owners don't want you to get too loud, that doesn't promote conversation and drinking.

Your job is to sell mixed drinks, not much profit in beer, LOL! Or so they always told us. Maybe the last set you could turn it up.

And, the most important players in the band are a solid drummer and bass player, that and good singing! How about Blondie, The Pretenders, Heart!! If you want to work, you have to play what people want to hear.

If you're in a cover band, no one cares who you are or what you like. They want to hear the songs they and the rest of the crowd know the words too.

Got to the bottom of the list and a commercial came on tv playing journeys don't stop believing lol. Cliche, cliche, cliche. It's hard to say who's fault it is It's a sad state of affairs.

Yes, these songs are overplayed. Guess what? People who are drinking don't care and mostly aren't musicians. When you're in a cover band, your job is to please the audience.

You're not a rock star. That doesn't mean you can't have fun. At my suggestion, my band segued from the guitar solo in Play That Funky Music to a shortened version of Rapper's Delight, then back to end with the last verse of Funky.

People freaked out; turnarounds all over the bar the instant I started with, "Now what you hear is not a test. And, yes, I'm female. But I have a low, whiskey-and-cigarette voice, so I sing mostly guy songs and can scream like Steven Tyler.

No Journey for me Also, you can deviate from this list and people will still be happy. It's also surprising what songs from other genres the classic rock crowd goes nuts over.

No one's suggesting that this is a set list, but as a list of "songs every cover band should know," like the title says, I totally agree.

This list is probably intended as a "bread-and-butter" list for a musician looking for work. Knowing these tunes means you'll be able to sit in on most cover gigs, especially more classic rock orientated.

I've had last-minute calls with no time to rehearse or learn songs. This list is GOLD in that regard. After the gig the band leader will hopefully say "Hey man that went great!

You're hired. I'll send you a list of some more current less overplayed songs". THIS is the problem in our area. Most do them no justice at all and are over amplified and under talented.

Christ on any given Friday or Saturday you walk down Main St. Believe it or not, bands that play this type of music still get hired.

If I played these 50 songs tomorrow in my city, I would never be asked back. Fair few standards, but then some appear and you're like 'of course,' Brilliant hub man, really enjoyed it!

Some 30 year old in a bar may have never heard a live band play Jessie's girl or even a song like Enter Sandman. After a few beers, I doubt the ones that have are going to care if it is a good band that they have heard it a million times before.

If it rocks, they are going to rock and drink more alcohol. Let's face it, that is basically what it comes down to for a cover band.

Rock the crowd and get them to drink. So, while some of you "musicians" are tired of playing Mustang Sally, the audience isn't going to complain. You will make more money that way!!!

I think it is a great list. While my band doesn't play half of these songs, they aren't far off the path and could be a solid list of a band's repertoire.

Rock on! I totally agree that most of these songs are overplayed, and that it would be nice if we could play interesting and elegant songs in cover bands, and sometimes we can.

With lots of rehearsal, etc. But to be able to be versatile enough to step into a situation and perform with very little work with a certain band, this list covers a lot of ground.

This is not intended to be a set list. Because these are the most overplayed songs of all time, they are songs that every musician that plays covers should know.

But it's important to at least KNOW these songs. Do you understand the difference? Sorry, but I'd have to call this the SOS list: same old shite.

Turn on any classic rock radio station and you can hear these ad nauseum. My band plays none of these regularly, and only 3 under duress. And we pack the place and people come to every show.

People thank us for that on a regular basis. There's SO much great music out there, and people still know all the words. If I had to play this list every weekend, my soul would die.

This list is spot on! You've also set up my Sunday night perfectly. I've got a lot of songs to enjoy listening to know as well as picking up my guitar for a jam!

That being said, I think this is a wonderful list and I enjoyed reading it along with the writers comments. I have played and sang at least of these tunes at one time or another throughout my career.

The people bashing the list are the kind of musicians who will NEVER get the kind of satisfaction from their music that lots of us do. They are too caught up on the small stuff.

I would guess that most of people bashing the list are still wet behind the ears, so to speak, and have not yet learned the things that a lot of us have.

Either that, or they are like a lot of musicians I know who think they already know everything so there is nothing else they need to learn.

If I were to give advice to an aspiring musician Being in the music business is a lot like any other business, in that you have to keep learning. If you're into original stuff, that's fine.

Just make sure you are targeting the right venue. By the same token, don't think you're gonna roll up into the Bluebird Cafe and blow em away with Sweet Home Alabama.

As one of the commenters said, learn a lot of songs from different genres, and adapt your song list accordingly. If possible, do some recon on the club you'll be playing. If that's not feasible, no worries, if you have prepared yourself, most of the time you'll be able to "feel the crowd out".

If you will be playing for more than one night, mingle. Don't just ask people what they want to hear, but ask and then LEARN it if you don't know it already.

People LOVE to interact with the band. Believe it or not, it makes the audience feel a little like part of the show I can promise you, if you do this, they will come back.

To me, that is TRUE gratification. So listen to your audience. You owe them that if you expect them to listen to you. I also enjoy going to see other cover bands on a rare night off and hearing what they are doing.

Show some support for your peers. Talk to them also. Leave out the negativity unless it's constructive. Tell them what you LIKE about their show.

You may be competitors of sorts but, if you've prepared yourselves, you'll get all the gigs you need. And trust me, it will be better for everyone involved if you get along.

Never tried it I have done "Purple Rain" into "Word Up" though This is a very reasonable list of songs for a local cover band to pull from. But there should be a wide variety in any bands' inventory to select from based on the venue they're playing.

Our band plays several different venues locally; however, we are finding that the patronage at each venue is slightly different and each requires a slightly different set list.

I find that most people seem to favor the music that they liked and listened to when they were between the ages of 15 and 25 give or take That year period in our lives seems to set the musical foundation of what we like.

This is most likely because it allows us to maintain a certain degree of our youth. So, that being said Everyone will have a much better experience. I can assure you that there are many more talented, happy and successful musicians playing in good cover bands than there are in original bands.

Music is for everyone to enjoy Success is not limited to just those who write and create music. Like it played lots of them over years. It's cool to knock working musicians by saying it's soulless rubbish.

But have you heard. Half of these up there own arse types playing 3 chord crap they write and can feel lol. We all have different tastes and opinions.

This is a fine list. The reason they are played over and over again, in my opinion, is if a couple only gets to club once, or twice a month, they don't want to be educated, they want to be entertained.

Bottom line, for me too, is forget the lables and play what you think is best. Well, Brian I'm a successful musician and I play covers. It's difficult to have any real success playing originals these days.

You think these songs are soul-less? There's a good reason that bands still play these songs and that people want to hear them. They are timeless, iconic, and classic.

This is like two bald men fighting over a comb. Any musician or band worth it's salt knows you play music that moves you, you don't pander to a crowd. This is what is wrong with music today and this anemic collection of souless songs, you are encouraging commercialism not creativity.

Play songs that will sell more beer boys and you'll be a successful cover band, which is an oxymoron in itself. If you want to play these songs for fun, I have no problem with that, but if you want to be a successful musician get out of a cover band and create your own music.

It'll work perfectly, I promise. Only KISS knows because everybody else changes this piece of shit song long before its over because we get tire of hearing the title ad nauseum non-stop!!!!!!!!!!!

Great "pro tips" as well. Many of these songs also work acoustically. I recommend this list for anyone wanting to be successful in this line of "work. Great job, Steve. No Blitzkrieg Bop?

And yes, no Beatles? I'd think "Come Together" would be in there. So many people here bitching about how some of these songs were done 'better' by some 'funky' performers prior to the cover.

Trouble reading? You RnB people have your genre. That's great. But, I definitely prefer the bands on this list than any RnB list. And, fatty: Journey sucks?

Whatever dude. Steve Perry can sing circles around just about anybody you can muster up as a so-called vocalist. End of story.

The list is great. And, I'm not even a cover band singer. I prefer my originals as my satisfaction from music comes more from creating than mimicking. Just sayin.

No disrespect. Hi there. Not a bad list, but as others have pointed out, the main problem is at least 10 of these are different genres from 'classic rock'.

Not necessarily a problem for a covers band, but could be a problem if you're billing yourself as a 'classic rock covers band'.

Hey, the list goes on It's not that these are not great songs, although some of them are not, it's that the bands butcher them.

And many of them are simply not danceable. Go listen to Otis Redding's original version and tell me it isn't 10 million times funkier and better. Another drummer tip. Match it on the drums and you got it!

Now if the rest of the band would follow it so we can all start together. Thank you Mr. Wilson for that one! Great list! All summer long doubles the length of sweet home Alabama and adds a little newer edge.

Awesome list. And you can't think of a better santana song than smooth? A rob thomas song, whereas the band santana has so many better songs than smooth with rob thomas.

Journey sucks I don't care what anyone says they are terrible, although I know so many fanboys out there would love to hear the crap. With the exception of 25 and and pride and joy if i could find a guitarist who can play like Stevie Ray Vaughn , I wouldn't want to play any of these songs.

Thanks for this. So many musicians have trouble understanding performance music vs showcasing of talents. But, let's face it And also of bands that want people to dance! I think you need to know this songs if you want to make random friends at the bar.

Either way, useful list. We sometimes play "Jessie's Girl" into "Enter Sandman" Trust me It works. Excellent post and very cool list.

I just sent it to my band mates for their review and consideration. Oh well, I guess I'll keep my trumpet packed away a little longer. One of my favorite cover bands played this great song from the 80's.

The opening is classic 80's fun, it has great guitar, a good dance beat and it's an overall crowd pleaser. We all want to rule the world, yeah! It seems like it would be a fun song for the musicians also!

Upbeat yet smooth. I like the official video for this song. I guess it would considered more of pop rock rather than classic rock?

Thanks Rebekah! Yes, I've played "Smooth" with several bands and it's a great tune that goes over well. I think it would probably make it into the top I don't know about the Tears For Fears song.

I've never played it nor have I ever heard a cover band do it. Thanks for the feedback! Nice list! I love many of these songs, and a great cover band is worth driving to hear.

I used to drive an hour every weekend to see a fabulous cover band.

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Whatever expresses who we are and where we're from. Google flubs it the first three times, then finds it on the fourth attempt. Something that mentions the vocalist's name, or maybe something like, "The Cats". In reply to joeo sullivan's post on August 4, Google, which is usually so smart, is actually kind of dumb when it comes to music and specifics, at least in comparison to competitors. AI found that after asking basic questions, listening to music is the most popular query for the personal assistants.

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It lets Cortana access album what song should i play song names etc, that plag embedded in the mp3s. EricBergan Replied on August what song should i play, Maybe plwy grand http://howwouldyouvote.us/google-play-g-co-payhelp.html. I have the same question EricBergan Replied on August 14, Thanks for your continuing interest! It might even keep Groove from popping up the panel for music location if it already had SOME location. Hawthorne Heights. It plays the song "Happy," by Pharrell Williams, while Alexa and Siri respond to the spirit of the request. Thanks for marking this as the answer.

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