Best Alan Parsons Project Songs
Best Alan Parson Project's song of all time.
OMGEEZZ This song is amazing! I love it so much!
Strange top 10 this song is a classic. Days are numbers and turn of a friendly card are among the songs that are conspicuously missing
Wonderfully profound lyrics. The outro is simply celestial.
This song is so calming and perfect. A timeless classic!
Of course this is the number 1
Rocks. Love the juxtaposing of the somber message in the lyrics with the upbeat music.
It rocks way too much
Love this tune
Love the vocals! Just a great 80’s song!
This maybe a song I have at my funeral. I should have used it at my son's funeral. Beautiful song!
This song is so beautiful that it makes me cry all the time. One of the bests!
This is the most beautiful song from Alan Parsons Project.
Should be number one, a nice piece of alan parson
So many great songs by this band. I'll vote for this one as # 1
I don't know but this song just should be number 2 at least.
Heard this song through Grand Theft Auto V Los Santos Rock Radio
Elegant & Smart
I can't imagine that this song is so low on this list!
2nd best, after "Can't Take it With You"
My personal favorite Alan Parsons Song.
Best Song on “I Robot! ”
FUTURISTIC PIECE, REMINDS ME TERMINATOR I DON'T KNOW WHY
This is perhaps the most powerful hard driving orchestral rock song APP ever did! Such intense emotion!
Infectious tune. Great strings.
Third best song, behind Eye In The Sky and Games People Play. Don’t Answer Me should be higher.
One of their best efforts. It eloquently shows what gambling's like. In addition, I occasionaly find myself singing ''Nothing's good, the news is baad...''. Its sounds so cheerful even if it's so pessimistic.
Such a great song all around, but the "Nothing left to lose" section is especially beautiful! Shame it has such a low ranking!
Best Song on the best album.
Undoubtedly some of the greatest tracks ever produced - so underrated
Solid synthy goodness from when people wrote actual lyrics
Hauntingly amazing, enough said
This may not be my absolute favorite Parsons song but I'm aghast that it wasn't even on the list! What an epic and brilliant song this is! It's at least the best song from their last four albums, "Ammonia Avenue" through "Gaudi! "