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Take a walk to the park with Chicago.

One critic claimed, “Saturday in the Park,” from Chicago is the greatest song of the 70’s.

QATFYG: What is the best song of the 70’s?

Chicago SITP

This is from the Craig Ferguson Show (Late Late Night) in spirit of being retromazing. These guys still got it.


  1. And when you rise in the morning sun
    I feel you touch me in the pouring rain
    And the moment that you wander far from me
    I wanna feel you in my arms again

    And you come to me on a summer breeze
    Keep me warm in your love
    Then you softly leave
    And it's me you need to show
    How deep is your love?

    How deep is your love
    How deep is your love
    I really need to learn
    'Cause we're living in a world of fools
    Breakin’ us down
    When they all should let us be
    We belong to you and meeeeeeeeeeeeee

  2. Kate Bush - Wuthering Heights
    Pink Floyd - Time
    Blondie - Heart of Glass

    Well, that was easy enough!

    The true test will be figuring out the best song of the 80s.

  3. well so far, no one has mentioned

    -Paranoid & Iron Man, From Black Sabbath. If I had to pick...


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