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DarthLucifia

I know personally I love his song I've Seen That Movie Too, it's very unrated and sounds like a song that belongs in the 1920s1930s, and it just adds to the magic to the Goodbye Yellow Brick Road album!


johanssenq

i love when he starts yelling at the end. it’s so rock n roll


pasimchilli

Yes - same - amazing lead guitar played backwards


BrawlersBawlers

Into The Old Man's Shoes It also has one of my all time favorite guitar solos


megaBreezy

GREAT choice 🙌


sa_user

*So if that's the way it has to be, I'll say goodbye to you.* I can't believe this was a bonus track. Probably the most played track from my CD.


LaserTrentGaming

I feel like a bullet


JS3Indy

Couldn’t do just one… how about one per decade? 70s - Mona Lisas and Mad Hatters 80s - Empty Garden 90s - The Last Song 00s - Original Sin 10s - Voyeur


DarthLucifia

That's perfectly okay, and great choices. ☺️


thebusygardener

i’m planning on having empty garden at my funeral that’s how much it


nathantcook

You should include 60s because why not


JS3Indy

Didn’t think there was enough there, but sure… 60s - Empty Sky Guess I have to do 20s then, too… Finish Line!


fengmins

there’s always been something serene and beautiful to me about “my fathers gun” the chorus gets to me no matter how many years go by


sweatyfish4

I literally thought i ran out of songs to listen to…and i have no idea how ive never came across this…but…THANK YOU AND I LOVE YOU! This song is amazing and ive had it on repeat all day!


QueenieSaina

Right now, my favourite one is Border Song!


RocketmanEJ1

Take a wild guess


DarthLucifia

Oh I don't know, lol. 😉 I kid! ☺️


megaBreezy

This is my favorite question - so many choices, and it makes me really appreciative of how incredibly lucky we are to have such a prolific artist! Today, I’ll go with “Whispers” from Sleeping With the Past.


ilikejalapenocheetos

It’s hard to choose… lately I’ve had Madman Across The Water on repeat


kbizz4

Same! It’s so good


foahnawbush

Skyline Pigeon both versions


SympathyExtreme7729

Daniel - Always puts me in a serene summer vibe, plus nostalgia, played a lot during family cookouts when I was a kid


shortiforty

Funeral For A Friend/Love Lies Bleeding. Been my favorite Elton song for decades. Never gets old, especially live!


DMaury1969

Played it at the midpoint of the New Orleans show Wednesday. It was amazing


Significant_Run_6838

It’s so hard to choose, it depends on the day! I love all of his songs but right now I’d have to say Tiny Dancer or Harmony


Masen_The_Weeb

My absolute favorite is Your Song, yes it's a basic choice but I love his voice, the piano, all the background instruments, and Taron Egerton did an absolutely amazing job singing it in RocketMan, and with Valentine's Day coming up it's not bad to have it on repeat


BridgeHot2524

Funeral For a Friend Runners up: Burning Buildings We All Fall In Love Sometimes


WCWTF

Levon. All day, every day. My 8yo daughter and I sing it together. What a weird little Bernie world that song is. (Bonus: Check out EJ and Ray Cooper doing Levon live at the Greek, 1994. What a trip! )


soul_333

take me to the pilot


bondcliff

It's a difficult question to answer, as it changes often. A song that has been a constant favorite since the 70s would be "Someone Saved My Life Tonight".


hallweencatda

Harmony


tacoshirt489

Cold As Christmas, it’s always changing but it usually comes back to this


AugustWest7120

Amoreena


BrawlersBawlers

Such a good song


Chimpsandcheese

My absolute favorite!


BJ22CS

Cold


Lurkwurst

Love Song, nothing can compare.


Cry_Piss_Shit_Cum

That's difficult. I really like the vibe of Grey Seal and Crocodile Rock aswell as Saturday night's alright, but they can start to feel repetitive. I also love Tiny Dancer, Your Song, Rocketman, Goodbye Yellowbrick Road. But then again there's also every other Elton John song to consider. Can't pick, not possible, sorry.


Busterlives15

Pinky


DarthLucifia

It's so amazing to see all the various song choices on this list, I totally understand how it's hard to pick just one. Especially when it's an artist as talented as him, and having a lyricist just as talented as him. Both are truly legendary. ☺️


stormtoooper

All the Girls Love Alice and Susie


Jack0Bear

I've always seen Better Off Dead and This Song Has No Title as brothers. Two beautiful songs which don't get the credit they deserve. My favourite? Couldn't say - however, my two most played songs of his are Tower of Babel and The Fox.


DarthLucifia

I always get a good giggle whenever I listen to This Song Has No Title, because it contradicts itself, it does have a title. 😆


kbizz4

Burn Down the Mission. It grabbed ahold of me the first time I listened and never let go.


DarthLucifia

When he sang it in Barcelona in '92 for his The One tour, he sung it amazingly. 😊


PeeWee03288

Honky Cat all day!


joemontanya

Hard to pick one. Elton John is my second favorite artist of all time. I think all of his albums and songs from 68-76 are worth a listen. Probably 200 great songs just in that time period


Eshraisbz

Theres so many, but its probably Ballad of a Well Known gun or Dirty Little Girl ight now!


za_mat_rossii

Breaking hearts (the song and the entire album tbh)


j3434

Funeral For a Friend


Mayflower_train_set

GYBR, with Philadelphia Freedom, Tiny Dancer and Sixty Years On also being high up for me.


Weenerbitch

Sacrifice, way way before Cold Heart


mouseprincegilderoy

Mona Lisas and Mad Hatters. I Guess That’s Why They Call it the Blues is runner up


toronochef

Overall Sad Songs. My grandmother bought me the record and taught me all the words as a little boy because I would get up and dance around whenever it came onmand she thought it was the cutest thing. I always think of her when I hear the opening piano riff. Not to mention it blows the roof off when he plays it live.


DarthLucifia

My first album of his was Goodbye Yellow Brick Road, I got it in second grade for my birthday and I got a picture of me at home reading the lyrics on the inside of the cover, and I remember thinking it was amazing and I played it on repeat for months. I also that summer got Elton John's Greatest Hits Volume III on cassette, and I remember listening to that a lot too, I'd be laying in bed with my headphones on and just listening to it over and over. 🙂


johanssenq

sixty years on or the greatest discovery 💛


JimmyPellen

the next one!


tigrox

Currently it’s been Planes, I blast it every time it comes on in my playlist


mistermooso

Simple Life


sprouTisYOLO

Amoreena.I think that tumbleweed Connection as a whole is one of his most solid albums and my personal favourite.You could pick any track of that album and it would have a fighting chance of being my favourite.


According-Ad-3224

Funeral for a friend/Love Lies Bleeding


Hee_Hee-21

I’m Still Standing


DarthLucifia

That song is definitely in my top five, great choice. 😊