THAT song that the legendary musicians we still have shall be remembered for.

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    Stevie: Isn’t She Lovely
     
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    If the fair weren't in August, Simon would be remembered forever like Beethoven, for "Sounds of Silence".
     
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    I think Stevie Wonder is a genius.
     
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    If you say Paul Simon I think of this.

     
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    A friend of mine went to see him, and he did a medley of his hits - something like 25 songs. And when they left, they spoke about the songs he didn’t do.


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    I’ll always remember him as a guy with a bad hairdo.
     
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    Superstition- Stevie Wonder
    He Stopped Loving Her Today- George Jones
    Today I Started Loving You Again- Merle Haggard
     
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    for me paul Simon will be remembered for Late in the evening on his solo stuff from "one trick pony" and kodachrome



    and Dickie Betts for , in memory of Elizabeth Reid



    JMHO
     
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    As a lyricist, Bob could be profound at times, but musically he was as derivative as all get out. You really think any Dylan song will outlive “Yesterday” or “Imagine”?

    The “hits” of Stephen Foster have lived on in the collective consciousness. I don’t think it’s a stretch that 100 years from now a handful of these songs will still be known. The truly great endures.
     
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    I now see Late in the Evening bears some similarities to You Can Call Me Al
     
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