There are many nice variations of this song, but this one is my favorite because Williams makes the lyrics sound so uplifting.
Although 9 to 5 is Parton’s most famous work, this one should be up there.
You may not have heard of this one, but it is played in a segment of the James Bond film On Her Majesty’s Secret Service (1969) and adds to the atmosphere of the movie.
Pretty much everyone has seen the classic cartoon A Charlie Brown Christmas (1965), hence, pretty much everyone has heard this musical gem.
Sir Paul had arguably the most successful career after the Beatles broke up, and this 1979 song is one of the reasons why.
Another classic song which, in this case, is made more exciting by the singer.
If this isn’t one of the Muppets’ and the late, great Denver’s finest moments, then it should be.
The illustrious band expressed their love for the holidays with this gem which was part of the Olympic-sponsoring A Very Special Christmas album.
Is it any wonder the legendary singer would utilize this song in the classic 1954 musical film of the same name?
Yes, that Glenn Close. The one you’ve seen in films such as Fatal Attraction(1987), 101 Dalmations(1996) and Air Force One(1997). She proves with this song that she’s a great singer as well.