Lyrics – The Hockey Song

The Hockey Song

By Stompin’ Tom Connors

Hello out there, we’re on the air, it’s ‘Hockey Night’ tonight.
Tension grows, the whistle blows, and the puck goes down the ice.
The goalie jumps, and the players bump, and the fans all go insane.
Someone roars, “Bobby Scores!”, at the good ol’ hockey game.

OH! The good ol’ hockey game, is the best game you can name.
And the best game you can name, is the good ol’ hockey game.

Second Period.

Where players dash, with skates aflash, the home team trails behind.
But they grab the puck, and go bursting up, and they’re down across the line.
They storm the crease, like bumble bees, they travel like a burning flame.
We see them slide, the puck inside, it’s a 1-1 hockey game.

OH! The good ol’ hockey game, is the best game you can name.
And the best game you can name, is the good ol’ hockey game.

Third Period. Last game of the playoffs too!

Oh take me where, the hockey players, face off down the rink.
And the Stanley Cup, is all filled up, for the champs who win the drink.
Now the final flick, of a hockey stick, and the one gigantic scream.
“The puck is in! The home team wins!”, the good ol’ hockey game.

[Chorus x3]
OH! The good ol’ hockey game, is the best game you can name.
And the best game you can name, is the good ol’ hockey game.

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Parents’ Guide to Bubble Guppies


Bubble Guppies is a popular Kids’ TV Show. This article describes each character and also the lyrics to the theme song.

The Characters

Mr. Grouper

Mr. Grouper is the best preschool teacher in the world.  He is friendly, funny, and full of information.  He sees every day as an opportunity for discovery, ending each one with an awesome field trip!


Molly has star power!  She’s smart, she sings, and she’s a really good friend. She co-hosts the show with Gil, and every Guppy and land-dwelling preschooler wants to swim with her.


Gil is the silly, playful co-host of the show. If he sees a ball, he has to throw it; if he finds an electric guitar, he has to play it; if there’s a pig costume around, he’ll be oinking in no time. He wants EVERYONE to join in his adventures!


Goby loves putting on costumes, telling stories, and speaking in silly voices. He uses his imagination to invent exciting adventure stories for his friends to act out.


Deema is energetic and goofy with a personality as big as her hair. She loves being the center of attention and making others laugh, telling jokes in her operatic, singsong voice.


Nonny is super-smart and always willing to keep trying.  It’s hard to get an enthusiastic response out of “Mr. Cautious.”


Oona is there whenever a friend is sick or feeling down, or a pet needs care.  Sweet, sincere and gentle, Oona finds wonder everywhere.

Bubble Puppy

Bubble Puppy is a playful little puppy with a fish tail.  He loves to play with all the Guppies, especially when he gets to pop a bubble!

Theme Song Lyrics

All: Bub-bub-bubble, Gup-gup-guppies!

Boys: Bubble, bubble, bubble!

Girls: Guppy, guppy, guppies!

Gil: Bubble!

Molly: Bubble!

Goby: Guppy!

Deema: Guppy!

*Clap Clap*

All: Bubble Guppies!

Molly: I’m Molly!

Gil: I’m Gil!

Goby: I’m Goby!

Deema: I’m Deema!

Oona: I’m Oona!

Nonny: I’m Nonny!

Bubble Puppy: Arf, arf!

Molly and Gil: Bubble Puppy!

All: Bub-bub-bubble, Gup-gup-guppies!

Girls: Bubble, bubble, bubble!

Boys: Guppy, guppy, guppies!

Goby: Bubble!

Deema: Bubble!

Oona: Guppy!

Nonny: Guppy!

*Clap Clap*

All: Bubble Guppies!!

*Clap Clap*

All: Bubble Guppies!!

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Parents’ Guide to PAW Patrol


PAW Patrol is a popular Kids’ TV Show.  This article describes each character and also the lyrics to the theme song.

The Characters



RYDER is a 10-year-old boy who runs the Lookout and serves as PAW Patrol’s leader. Ryder adopted each of the puppies and trained them to be a part of PAW Patrol. When he receives a distress call, he summons the pups by sounding the PAW Patrol Alarm from his PupPad.

He functions as the team commander, picking the right pup for the job, organizing the pack, and – when the work is done – making sure they all get a healthy dog snack, a relaxing soak at his friend Katie’s Pet Parlor, or a run out at the Lookout’s Pup Park.



This German Shepherd police pup is a natural leader. Athletic, smart, and “by the book” organized, seven-year old CHASE can herd traffic down the right detour, block off dangerous roads, and solve any mystery.

He can sniff out anything, but he happens to be allergic to both cats and feathers.



MARSHALL is the team’s brave firedog – an excitable, all-action, six-year-old Dalmatian pup. He’s always ready to roll, but sometimes he gets too excited and can be a little clumsy.



RUBBLE is a construction Bulldog – a tough, gruff five-year-old pup with a heart of gold. Not only is he strong and eager to help, he’s funny and unexpectedly sweet!

He loves to skateboard, snowboard, and get covered in mud, but he also loves warm baths at Katie’s Pet Parlor.



At seven years old, SKYE is a cute, smart Cockapoo puppy. She is a fearless daredevil who will try anything with grace and a smile. She’s smart, loyal, and quick with a quip, sometimes gently teasing the bigger dogs who can’t seem to keep up!

She loves to get paw-dicures and look good. When there’s no mission for the PAW Patrol, she can be found snowboarding or playing her favorite videogame, Pup Pup Boogie.



ZUMA is a playful, water-loving Labrador pup, and the team’s water rescue dog. At five years old, he’s the youngest PAW Patrol member – a happy, energetic beach puppy who loves to laugh and surf.

He’s always trying to get the more serious pups like Chase and Rubble to “lighten up.”



ROCKY is a six-year-old Mixed Breed recycling pup. He is a creative canine, has a thousand ideas, and someone else’s trash is often his treasure.

Rocky can usually find just the right thing to solve a problem. Rocky can get a little scruffy; he’s not a fan of baths and doesn’t like getting wet at all.



The most recent pup to join the PAW Patrol, Everest is a fearless and feisty eight-year-old Husky pup and the team’s amazing forest ranger. She’s completely at home in the wild and is big help to Jake up on his mountain.

Everest comes down to join the team for any rescue in the snow or the woods.

Theme Song Lyrics

PAW Patrol, PAW Patrol
We’ll be there on the double

Whenever there’s a problem
‘Round Adventure Bay

Ryder and his team of pups
Will come and save the day

Marshall, Rubble, Chase, Rocky, Zuma, Skye
Yeah! They’re on the way!

PAW Patrol, PAW Patrol
Whenever you’re in trouble

PAW Patrol, PAW Patrol
We’ll be there on the double

No job’s too big
No pup’s too small!
PAW Patrol, we’re on a roll!
So here we go
PAW Patrol
PAW Patrol
PAW Patrol!


Published in: on December 7, 2016 at 2:19 pm  Leave a Comment  

How to Fix Netflix if it fails to broadcast to Chromecast

NetflixThis article gives you the step-by-step guide on how to resolve the issue where Netflix fails to broadcast to Chromecast.

Our Set-up

The Problem

  • From time to time, we’ve noticed that the Chromecast will fail to receive the “casting” from our Samsung Galaxy S4, especially when we switch from one Netflix profile to another.
  • Casting any shows from the Samsung Galaxy S4 to Chromecast will just show an idled “Ready to cast” screen.

The Solution

  1. On the Samsung Galaxy S4, bring up the Settings screen by touching the phone from the top edge and pressing downward.
    Bring up the Settings
  2. On the Settings screen, press “MORE” and then “Application manager”.
    Application manager
  3. Scroll down and look for “Netflix”.
    Look for Netflix
  4. Now, press the CLEAR DATA button to remove any conflicting data that might have persisted.
    Clear Data
  5. Return to the home page and launch the Netflix app.  You will need to sign in again (since we’ve clear the app data).
  6. Now you should be able to cast your show on the big TV screen again.
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Back to the Future in 2015

Back to The Future

Back to The Future


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24 Famous People Who Struck It Rich After Age 40

Stan Lee Spider-ManFor the more neurotic among us, a birthday can be a reminder of how another year has passed and our loftiest aspirations have faded farther into the distance.

There are plenty of examples, however, of successful people across many industries who prove that you don’t need to have it all figured out by the time you turn 30.

We’ll take a look at some of them, from renowned fashion designer Vera Wang, who didn’t design her first dress until she was 40, to writer Harry Bernstein, who authored countless rejected books before getting his first hit at age 96.

Get inspired by those who show it’s never too late.

1. Stan Lee

Born: December 28, 1922

Stan Lee created his first hit comic, “The Fantastic Four,” just shy of his 39th birthday in 1961. In the next few years, he created the legendary Marvel Universe, whose characters like Spider-Man and the X-Men became American cultural icons.

2. Donald Fisher

Born: September 3, 1928

Donald Fisher was 40 and had no experience in retail when he and his wife, Doris, opened the first Gap store in San Francisco in 1969. The Gap’s clothes quickly became fashionable, and today it’s one of the world’s largest clothing chains.

3. Vera Wang

Born: June 27, 1949

Vera Wang was a figure skater and journalist before entering the fashion industry at age 40. Today she’s one of the world’s premier women’s designers.

4. Gary Heavin

Born: 1958

Gary Heavin was 40 when he opened the first Curves fitness center in 1992, which ended up becoming one of the fastest-growing franchises of the ’90s.

5. Robin Chase

Robin Chase cofounded Zipcar at age 42 in 2000. She left the company in 2011 and continues to build and advise startups, as well as serve as a member of the World Economic Forum.

6. Samuel L Jackson

Born: December 21, 1948

Samuel L Jackson has been a Hollywood staple for years now, but he’d had only bit parts before landing an award-winning role at age 43 in Spike Lee’s film “Jungle Fever” in 1991.

7. Sam Walton

Born: March 29, 1918

Sam Walton had a fairly successful retail management career in his 20s and 30s, but his path to astronomical success began at age 44, when he founded the first Walmart in Rogers, Arkansas, in 1962.

8. Henry Ford

Born: July 30, 1863

Henry Ford was 45 when he created the revolutionary Model T car in 1908.

9. Jack Weil

Born: March 28, 1901

Jack Weil was 45 when he founded what became the most popular cowboy-wear brand, Rockmount Ranch Wear.  He remained its CEO until he died at the ripe old age of 107 in 2008.

10. Rodney Dangerfield

Born: November 22, 1921

Rodney Dangerfield is remembered as a legendary comedian, but he didn’t catch a break until he made a
hit appearance on “The Ed Sullivan Show” at age 46.

11. Momofuku Ando

Born: March 5, 1910

Momofuku Ando cemented his spot in junk food history when he invented instant ramen at age 48 in 1958.  He founded Nissin Food Products Co., Ltd.

12. Charles Darwin

Born: February 12, 1809

Charles Darwin spent most of his life as a naturalist who kept to himself, but in 1859 at age 50 his “On the Origin of Species” changed the scientific community forever.

13. Julia Child

Born: August 15, 1912

Julia Child worked in advertising and media before writing her first cookbook when she was 50, launching her career as a celebrity chef in 1961.

14. Jack Cover

Born: April 6, 1920

Jack Cover worked as a scientist for institutions like NASA and IBM before he became a successful entrepreneur at 50 for inventing the Taser gun in 1970.

15. Betty White

Born: January 17, 1922

Betty White is one of the most award-winning comedic actresses in history, but she didn’t become an icon until she joined the cast of “The Mary Tyler Moore Show” in 1973 at the age of 51.

16. Tim Zagat

Born: 1941

See 17.

17. Nina Zagat

Born: August 12, 1942

Tim and Nina Zagat were both 51-year-old lawyers when they published their first collection of restaurant reviews under the Zagat name in 1979. It eventually became a mark of culinary authority.

18. Taikichiro Mori

Born: March 1, 1904

Taikichiro Mori was an academic who became a real estate investor at age 51 when he founded Mori
Building Company. His brilliant investments made him the richest man in the world in 1992, when he had
a net worth of $13 billion (£8.3 billion).

19. Ray Croc

Born: October 5, 1902

Ray Kroc spent his career as a milkshake device salesman before buying McDonald’s at age 52 in 1954.  He grew it into the world’s biggest fast-food franchise.

20. Wally Blume

Wally Blume had a long career in the dairy business before starting his own ice cream company, Denali Flavors, at age 57 in 1995. The company reported revenue of $80 million (£51.6 million) in 2009.

21. Harland Sanders

Born: September 9, 1890

Harland Sanders, better known as Colonel Sanders, was 62 when he franchised Kentucky Fried Chicken in
1952. He sold the franchise business for $2 million (£1.2 million) 12 years later.

22. Laura Ingalls Wilder

Born: February 7, 1867

Laura Ingalls Wilder spent her later years writing semi-autobiographical stories using her educated daughter, Rose, as an editor. She published the first in the “Little House” books at age 65 in 1932.  They soon became children’s literary classics and the basis for TV show “Little House on the Prairie.”

23. Anna Mary Robertson Moses

Born: September 7, 1860

Anna Mary Robertson Moses, better known as Grandma Moses, began her prolific painting career at 78. In 2006, one of her paintings sold for $1.2 million (£774,000)

24. Harry Bernstein

Born: May 30, 1910

Harry Bernstein spent a long life writing in obscurity but achieved notoriety at long last at age 96 for his 2007 memoir, “The Invisible Wall: A Love Story That Broke Barriers.”

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How did Lucky 7 end?

Lucky 7Lucky 7 is an American drama television series that ran from September 24, to October 1, 2013, on ABC. The one-hour series is based on the British television show The Syndicate, which was created by Kay Mellor.

ABC placed a series order on May 10, 2013. The pilot episode earned only 1.3 rating in the 18–49 year old demographic, making Lucky 7 the lowest rated fall drama premiere in ABC history.

Despite having a fan base, on October 4, 2013, ABC canceled the series due to low ratings. It was the first show of the 2013–14 season to be canceled. As of now, the remaining episodes were never aired on ABC.

On September 25, 2014, ABC released all the episodes produced on iTunes, which were a total of 8 episodes.


Follow a group of seven gas station employees in Queens, New York, who have been chipping into a lottery pool every week and dreaming about what they would do with the winnings.

When they do finally hit the jackpot, the coworkers learn that money may solve some problems, but it creates new ones.


Main Cast




Antonio Clemente … played by Luis Antonio Ramos




Bob Harris … played by Isiah Whitlock, Jr.




Denise Dibinsky … played by Lorraine Bruce




Leanne Maxwell … played by Anastasia Phillips




Mary Lavecchia … played by Christine Evangelista




Matt Korzak … played by Matt Long




Nicky Korzak … played by Stephen Louis Grush




Samira Rajpur … played by Summer Bishil


  1. “Pilot” (aired on September 24, 2013)
  2. “Inside Job” (aired on October 1, 2013)
  3. “Cable Guy” (unaired)
  4. “Pay Day” (unaired)
  5. “All In” (unaired)
  6. “Gold Star, Inc.” (unaired)
  7. “Movin’ On Up…” (unaired)
  8. “Five More Minutes” (unaired)

(Spoiler Alert)




The Ending

The group all got the money in a lump sum.

  1. Bob used his winnings to buy an engagement ring and for the surgery. He goes into surgery after marrying his girlfriend.
  2. Leanne got a lawyer and tried to fight for custody but lost custody of her daughter.
  3. Mary blew threw a lot of Matt’s money and he bought a house. Matt dumps his baby momma.
  4. Denise resides to move to a co-op.
  5. Antonio gets a lotto commercial and radio gig
  6. Simira and Nicky become a couple. Nicky bought a night club.
Published in: on January 30, 2015 at 3:23 pm  Leave a Comment  

Best Misheard Lyrics

Madonna/La Isla Bonita

REAL LYRIC: “Last night I dreamt of San Pedro.”
MISHEARD LYRIC: “Last night I dreamt of some bagels.”

Fun/We Are Young

REAL LYRIC: “So let’s set the world on fire / We can burn brighter.”
MISHEARD LYRIC: “So let’s get the world on fire / We can go to brier.”

Michael Jackson/Man In The Mirror

REAL LYRIC: “I’m starting with the man in the mirror/I’m asking him to change his ways.”
MISHEARD LYRIC: “I’m stuck with the man in the mirror/I’m asking him to change his face.”

Dido/Thank You

REAL LYRICS: “They’ll all imply that I might not last the day.”
MISHEARD LYRIC: “They’ll all imply that I might not masturbate.”

Corey Hart/Sunglasses at Night

REAL LYRIC: “Don’t masquerade with the guy in shades.”
MISHEARD LYRIC: “Don’t masturbate with a diet shake.”

Tom Petty/Free Fallin’

REAL LYRIC: “Loves Jesus and America too.”
MISHEARD LYRIC: “Loves Cheez Whiz and America too.”

Pink/Get This Party Started

REAL LYRIC: “I’m comin’ up/So you better get this party started.”
MISHEARD LYRIC: ” I’m throwing up/So you better get the laundry started.”

The Police/Message in a Bottle

REAL LYRIC: “A year has passed since I wrote my note.”
MISHEARD LYRIC: “A year has passed since I broke my nose.”

Shania Twain/That Don’t Impress Me Much

REAL LYRIC: “I can’t believe you kiss your car goodnight.”
MISHEARD LYRIC: “I can’t believe you kiss your carpet knife.”

ZZ Top/Sharp Dressed Man

REAL LYRIC: “Every girl’s crazy ’bout a sharp dressed man.”
MISHEARD LYRIC: “Every girl’s crazy ’bout a half-dressed man.”

Guns N’ Roses/Sweet Child O’ Mine

REAL LYRIC: “She’s got eyes of bluest skies/and if they thought of rain.”
MISHEARD LYRIC: “She’s got eyes of the bluest skies/as if they’ve got a brain.”

Def Leppard/Pour Some Sugar on Me

REAL LYRIC: “You got the peaches, I got the cream.”
MISHEARD LYRIC: “You got the pizzas, I got the keys.”

Elton John/Bennie And The Jets

REAL LYRIC: “She’s got electric boots, a mohair suit.”
MISHEARD LYRIC: “She’s got electric boobs, her mom has two.”

Dexy’s Midnight Runners/Come on Eileen

REAL LYRIC: “Come on Eileen/Oh I swear what he means/at this moment/you mean everything.”
MISHEARD LYRIC: “Come on Eileen/Oh I swear we cook beans/at this moment/we cook only peas.”

Justin Timberlake/SexyBack

REAL LYRIC: “Get your sexy on/Go ahead, be gone with it.”
MISHEARD LYRIC: “Who’s a sexy cow?/Go hippie go.”

Bob Marley/Jammin’

REAL LYRIC: “We’re jammin’/Hope you like jammin’, too.”
MISHEARD LYRIC: “We’re German/I hope you’re, like, German too.”

Marvin Gaye/Sexual Healing

REAL LYRIC: “Darling, you’re so great/I can’t wait for you to operate.”
MISHEARD LYRIC: “Darling, you’re so great I can’t wait for you to ovulate.”

R.E.M./The One I Love

REAL LYRIC: “This one goes out to the one I love.”
MISHEARD LYRIC: “This one goes out to the one-eyed dove.”

Pearl Jam/Alive

REAL LYRIC: “Yeah I, ooh, I’m still alive.”
MISHEARD LYRIC: “Yeah I, ooh, I’m sterilized.”

AC/DC/You Shook Me All Night Long

LYRIC: “She was a fast machine/She kept her motor clean.”
MISHEARD LYRIC: “She was a fax machine, she kept her modem clean.”

Led Zeppelin/Stairway To Heaven

REAL LYRIC: “And as we wind on down the road/Our shadows taller than our souls.”
MISHEARD LYRIC: “And as we wind on down the road/We should have stolen Oreos.”

Sloan/Money City Maniacs

REAL LYRIC: “And the joke is when he awoke his body was covered in coke fizz.”
MISHEARD LYRIC: “And the joke is when he awoke his body was covered in goat piss.”


REAL LYRIC: “I’m a creep, I’m a weirdo.”
MISHEARD LYRIC: “I’m a creep, I’m a widow.”

Rolling Stones/(I Can’t Get No) Satisfaction

REAL LYRIC: “A man comes on to tell me how white my shirts could be.”
MISHEARD LYRIC: “A man comes on to tell me how to wash my shirts with bleach.”

The Beatles/Get Back

REAL LYRIC: “Jojo was a man who thought he was a loner/But he knew it couldn’t last.”
MISHEARD LYRIC: “Jojo was a man who thought he was a woman/But he knew he couldn’t pass.”

Eddie Money/Two Tickets To Paradise

REAL LYRIC: “I’ve got two tickets to paradise.”
MISHEARD LYRIC: “I’ve got flu, rickets, and parasites.”

Pat Benatar/Hit Me With Your Best Shot

REAL LYRIC: “Hit Me With Your Best Shot.”
MISHEARD LYRIC: “Hit me with your pet shark.”


REAL LYRIC: “I get knocked down, but I get up again/You’re never gonna keep me down.”
MISHEARD LYRIC: “I got no thumb, but it grew back again/You’re never gonna keep me down.”

Aqua/Barbie Girl

REAL LYRIC: “Come on Barbie let’s go party.”
MISHEARD LYRIC: “Come on body let’s go potty.”

Billy Joel/You May Be Right

REAL LYRIC: “You may be right, I may be crazy/But it just may be a lunatic you’re lookin for.”
MISHEARD LYRIC: “You made the rice, I made the gravy/But it just may be some tuna fish you’re lookin’ for.”

Starship/We Built This City

REAL LYRIC: “We built this city on rock and roll.”
MISHEARD LYRIC: “We built this city on the wrong damn road.”

Manfred Mann’s Earth Band/Blinded by the Light

REAL LYRIC: “Revved up like a deuce/Another runner in the night.”
MISHEARD LYRIC: “Wrapped up like a douche/Another rumour in the night.”

J. Geils Band/Centerfold

REAL LYRIC: “My angel is a centerfold.”
MISHEARD LYRIC: “My anus is the center hole.”

Queen/Bohemian Rhapsody

REAL LYRIC: “Spare him his life from this monstrosity.”
MISHEARD LYRIC: “Saving his life from his warm sausage tea.”

Red Hot Chili Peppers/Can’t Stop

REAL LYRIC: “Can’t stop the spirits when they need you.”
MISHEARD LYRIC: “Can’t stop the ferrets when they need food.”

Deep Purple/Smoke on the Water

REAL LYRIC: “Smoke on the water, fire in the sky.”
MISHEARD LYRIC: “Slow motion Walter, the fire engine guy.”

Foo Fighters/My Hero

REAL LYRIC: “There goes my hero, he’s ordinary.”
MISHEARD LYRIC: “There goes my hero, he’s old and hairy.”

U2/Mysterious Ways

REAL LYRIC: “She moves in mysterious ways.”
MISHEARD LYRIC: “Shamu the mysterious whale.”

Creedence Clearwater Revival/Bad Moon Rising

REAL LYRIC: “There’s a bad moon on the rise.”
MISHEARD LYRIC: “There’s a bathroom on the right.”

Billy Joel/Just The Way You Are

REAL LYRIC: “Don’t go changing”
MISHEARD LYRIC: “Don’t go, chicken”

Bon Jovi/Livin’ On a Prayer

REAL LYRIC: “It doesn’t make a difference if we make it or not.”
MISHEARD LYRIC: “It doesn’t make a difference if we’re naked or not.”

Bryan Adams/Summer of 69

REAL LYRIC: “Got my first real six string, bought it at the five-and-dime.”
MISHEARD LYRIC: “Got my first real sex dream, I was 5 at the time.”

Van Halen/Jump

REAL LYRIC: “Might as well jump.  Jump!”
MISHEARD LYRICS: “Maxwell, jump.  Jump!”

Taylor Swift/Blank Space

REAL LYRIC: “Got a long list of ex lovers”
MISHEARD LYRICS: “All the lonely Starbucks lovers”

Jimi Hendrix/Purple Haze

REAL LYRIC: “‘Scuse me, while I kiss the sky.”
MISHEARD LYRIC: “‘Scuse me, while I kiss this guy.”

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Top 25 Guitar Riffs

Dire Straits’ “Money For Nothing” came in at No. 25

Survivor’s “Eye of the Tiger” came in at No. 24

Jimi Hendrix’s “Voodoo Chile (Slight Return)” came in at No. 23

Black Sabbath’s “Paranoid” came in at No. 22

Red Hot Chili Peppers’ “Give It Away” came in at No. 21

Steppenwolf’s “Born to Be Wild” came in at No. 20

The White Stripes’ “Seven Nation Army” came in at No. 19

The Who’s “My Generation” came in at No. 18

AC/DC’s “Highway to Hell” came in at No. 17

Rage Against the Machine’s “Wake Up” came in at No. 16

Led Zeppelin’s “Immigrant Song” came in at No. 15

AC/DC’s “Back in Black” came in at No. 14

Chuck Berry’s “Johnny Be Goode” came in at No. 13

Pantera’s “Walk” came in at No. 12

Iron Maiden’s “Run to the Hills” came in at No. 11

Guns ‘n Roses’ “Welcome to the Jungle” came in at No. 10

Red Hot Chili Peppers’ “Under the Bridge” came in at No. 9

Metallica’s “Enter Sandman” came in at No. 8

Motorhead’s “Ace of Spades” came in at No. 7

Guns ‘n Roses’ “Paradise City” came in at No. 6

Guns ‘n Roses’ “Sweet Child O Mine” came in at No. 5

Jimi Hendrix’s “Purple Haze” came in at No. 4

Aerosmith’s “Walk This Way” came in at No. 3

Nirvana’s “Smells Like Teen Spirit” came in at No. 2

Deep Purple’s “Smoke on the Water” came in at No. 1

(Credit: Anonymous Poll)

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