Please don't name some random pop song that's a few weeks old that you have on repeat right now. Just choose songs with MEANING
1) Bohemian Rhapsody by Queen
This song when Freddie Mercury was asked what it meant he didn't say anything. So it's a popular belief that this song is very open in terms of interpretation and can be customized to everyone's opinion and not sound ****ing crazy. And the change in directions
2) Working Class Hero by John Lennon
Lennon when he wrote this song. Just captured every single nasty feeling into words. It's amazing to take the feeling from reading and HEARING this song.
3) '39 by Queen
You might think I'm a Queen fanboy. Well you are right. I am. But this song is special. Brian May wrote and sang this song. He basically created a story about someone going through time leaving his family behind in the year 1939 and going off into the future where his family is gone. And he's by himself. And sonically the way the song sounds.
4) Toxicity by System of a Down
You might be thinking. NO MODERN MUSIKZZ?!?!?!?!1!!?
Well **** you. This is an older System of a Down. Where it's direction a feel is different. This band is innovative to say the least. The directions they go with songs is just unreal. How diverse the band was is unheard of. With the vocals of Serj Tankian just going well with the song and he shows that you don't need to have the greatest voice( he even admits himself that he doesn't have the greatest voice but please. Don't think you can go on American Idol or start a band and some ****). To hear the song shows that this band had what it takes to be in the mainstream and not need conform. Though I'm guessing they might've had to who knows. I'm not an expert
5) Black Sabbath by Black Sabbath
The song that single-handedly created a genre. METAL. This song is haunting. And just well incredible for it's time. Ozzy isn't the greatest singer but damn he's just excellent in this song. Especially how they create the surroundings. This was inspired by Geezer's fascination with satanic stuff( he apparently had a bunch of upside down crosses and pictures of satan every where and the entire place was painted black). And one day Ozzy found this latin-written book from around the 14-1500's with a bunch of satanic stuff. So when Geezer woke up. He saw this dark figure. And it scared the living hell out of him. And at the time the band wasn't called Black Sabbath and felt like they needed something to pull in audiences. So they added a horror-esque feel to it. Because horror movies got a lot of attention. And they named themselves after a horror film of the same name. Eventually after they debuted the song. It scared people ****less.