Best Chuck Berry Songs

The Top Ten

1 Johnny B. Goode

We all know this is it. The song is timeless, it's as popular now as it was when it first came out. The first 5 seconds alone are legendary... - Uzzy

Back To The Future kinda brought me to love this song. But nonetheless, it it great.

Rest in peace Chuck, you bloody legend. - Mumbizz01

I was making sure that Johnny B. Goode Was number one!

2 Maybellene

The start of rock, a gem, but Chuck had so many gems, one fab man of the 50's

This should be number one, this song started rock 'n' roll

3 Roll Over Beethoven

I could listen to the guitar intro on this song a 1000 times. I think it is as good or better than Johnny B. Goode.

4 Sweet Little Sixteen
5 Rock and Roll Music

Rest in peace, Mr. Berry. - PetSounds

6 School Days
7 No Particular Place to Go
8 You Never Can Tell

I love the story, the guitars, and the energetic barroom piano. God bless Pulp Fiction for bringing attention to this classic, the obvious highlight on St. Louis to Liverpool and one of the best rock & roll songs of all time, in my opinion.

Always liked it more than Johnny B. Goode. - zxm

9 Too Much Monkey Business
10 Carol

The Contenders

11 Brown Eyed Handsome Man

Could be about me

12 Reelin' and Rockin'
13 Down Bound Train
14 Around and Around
15 Route 66

This is my Favorite song by Chuck Berry. GETCHA KICKS ON ROUTE 66.

Awesome cover by Chuck Berry. Can't believe it's not on here! I knew this before most of his others.

16 Promised Land

This is much much too low on this list. I can't help but smile all the way through. I love it. - Britgirl

17 Back In the U.S.A.
18 You Can't Catch Me
19 Havana Moon
20 Little Queenie
21 Almost Grown
22 My Ding-A-ling

Why is Johnny B. Goode so over-rated? - Feirceraven

23 Memphis, Tennessee
24 Wee Wee Hours
25 House of Blue Lights
26 I've Changed
27 Sweet Little Rock 'N' Roller
28 I Want to Be Your Driver
29 C'est La Vie
30 Bye Bye Johnny
31 Thirty Days
32 Nadine
33 Run Rudolph Run

How can you forget this awesome Chuck Berry's song?

34 Come On
35 Dear Dad

Incredible song with superb lyrics. Not many covers of this song probably because it is a difficult song to sing

36 Let It Rock

This song has one of Berry's longest and most enjoyable instrumental sequences, spanning most of the song. It utilizes breakdown, giving both the pianist and saxophonist a turn soloing, and yet as always, the real gem of this song is Berry's guitar riffs. He moves with ease from one to another so well that you begin to wonder if the song is ever going to end, and you don't care if it doesn't. I can't believe this song is so unknown, it beats out masterpieces like Johnny B Goode and Roll Over Beethoven with ease. Listen to a live version of this song, Berry's live recordings are always the best.

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