Best Talking Heads Songs
You may find yourself on a top 10 Talking Heads website, and you may think yourself a little confused with the results, and you may ask yourself, "Why is 'Once In A Lifetime' not number one? " and you may tell yourself, "Well, maybe I should vote for it! "
Yesterday I was walking/inspecting a wide field of steel reinforcment away from the 68 year old project superintendant waiting to hear my verdict. I (also 68) cracked up when I realized he was over there recitig (not sining) the lyrics to great song!
Life is good.
What can you say about such a cool song? It's an absolute jam and it's so inventive, classic talking heads.
Great lyrics, awesome chorus, unique production, and the best track the band ever produced.
I used to like Once in a Lifetime better, but now I personally can enjoy this song more for hours.
I don't know why prefer everyone Once in a Lifetime better, I think this is their best song!
This one is definitely one of their catchiest and best songs.
The Pumped up Kicks of the nineteen seventies
Best song to scream out loud to! Both the recorded version and stop making sense live version are amazing in their own way.
Probably the best of their songs to listen to with a group.
Come on its awesome its one of those songs I force myself to not learn the lyrics to because its fun screaming out incomprehensible to
This is my favorite song of all time. It's a rare to see David Byrne put so much emotion into this song and here it creates something beautiful. It's simple and sweet and makes me happy.
Isn't as groovy as some of the others, but has a genuinely heartfelt quality that they'd never achieved up till this point.
This TH song one of my absolute favorites! A go to when I need to step out of my own head.
Nothing beats this melody.. I do love Once In A Lifetime.. but this song is just unreachable and so unique.
Got some wild, wild life! Just an incredibly happy song tahts fun to sing along to!
My personal favorite Talking Heads song!
My favorite song
La única decente de este grupo mediocre.
Just the best song, builds and builds, then finishes in a great crescendo, can't get sick of listening to it. David Byrnes voice, Jerry Harrison on percussion, Steve Scales and all the backup, Stop Making Sense... Just the best of Talking Heads!
If you don't love the version on stop making sense, you're just a horrible person and I don't want to have anything to do with you.
What a song. Studio version is great, live version is great. It's in rarified air in its ability to capture a moment in time.
I love the music, and the lyrics are fantastic as well!
"The world has a way of looking at people, sometimes it feels like the world is wrong." Some of the lyrics in this are just so powerful, and with those instrumentals this makes one crazy good song.
Sounds like a whole orchestra. Everything fits together so well. You always hear something for the first time when you listen to it again. Comparable to Tff's "Shout"
Love the different vocal rhythms going on simultaneously
One of the best TH song, great "The Great Curve"
Their performance at Rome 1980 is probably their best recording of any song
Their live performance in Italy is nothing short of breathtaking,
Definitely their most unsettling song, and I love it.
This is the grooviest and best thing they've ever done. should be higher
Their best opening track from their best album- sheer nonsensical beats and riffs coming together to form something amazing, all exmplified in this song.
This should be higher up.
The best song..
This song is the pinical of cool
I like the singing near the end. "There's a city in my mind.. " that was my favourite part of any talking heads songs
Impossible! This song should be at least in the top 3. Any self respecting Talking Heads fan should know that.
Best song also reached no1 an the video was just as good
I have a massive talking head
This is their best song! Should at least be in the Top 3! This is crazy good!
Listen to the Stop making sense version, its such a jam and so much fun to listen to.
Too many great songs to pick. Today I pick this one!
Any song off this album is amazing
This song is just so fun!
Love the base line!
I think this one's the best on the album, even better than "Psycho killer". The transition through different sounds makes it just like a mini progressive rock song though.
I love the transitioning in this song, it almost makes it feel like he's arguing with himself about whether he should be more caring or not
Robert Fripp On the guitar In some parts
From humble and mad beginnings, the sing branches out into a superb guitar fade out.
Should be higher in my opinion, once in a lifetime shouldn't be number 1
Totally underrated because it is on a weak album
Second only to Moon Rocks on Speaking in Tongues, mad and brilliant.
Are you kidding me! This is one of their best songs!
One of their top five ... no question.