Ok, I dont know much about music/songs but I really love some old classic pop/rock/jazz/ACM songs, like Hotel California, can't help falling in love with you, yesterday once more, Take Me Home Country Road, etc. I also like Ketty Perry, GaGa....
just curious. Which classic song can represent the American culture the most ?
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Which song can represent American culture the most in the past decades ?
Posted 02 June 2012 - 10:53 PM
I think for a song to represent American culture it needs to known by the public and embedded into popular culture and instantly known and recognizable. I honestly think that "Material Girl" by Madonna and "Livin' on a Prayer" by Bon Jovi would both best represent American culture today as they did in the 80s.
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