Top 10 The Doors Songs
The Top Ten
Like Bohemian Rhapsody by queen, Light my fire is The Doors, hell yeah
ok all the doors songs are amazing but people light my fire is the definition of the doors
Fast paced, fun and psychadelic everything the doors are about I can't believe riders on the storm is number 1...
Light My Fire is to The Doors as Creep is to Radiohead. It's their most famous song, but in my opinion, it isn't even one of their top 10 best. There are just so many better ones.
This is the trippiest song ever!
Its awesome when you are driving on high speed in rain and listening to RIDERS ON THE STORM
Nothing beats this song. Nothingg... The Doors can't be beat, and this is the top of the top. It's everything they're about and represent.
Very special song at least for me, the day I bought this Greatest hits album of The Dorrs it was a stormy and rainy day and the same day I met a girl who after two months became my girlfriend. Now we are parted, but when I hear this song "Riders of the Storm" I am taken back to that day. Songs are like Time Machine that's the beauty of the songs
The End features the best of every member of the Doors. Jim Morrison gives his best lyrics with eleven minutes of philosophy mixed with weird psychedelic images and finishes it off by screaming about his mother. He delivers his greatest energy and most affecting feeling. Robby Krieger, Ray Manzarek and John Densmore invent a whole new type of psychedelic music that sounds like it comes from a different planet. The End is one of the most unique and surreal pieces of music ever written and is the Doors best song.
very deep song. he really lizard king and this song really great...
What is this, an fn amateur list?
This is the greatest song ever!
A great song. Very spaced out and psychedelic. Excellent background music. Very surreal.
One of the most underrated songs ever and it's amazing song that should be in the first top 10 list long live rock'n'roll and hail to jim morrison!
The first song of the first album
For me Forever the best, as reminds me of the moment when I have heard them for the first time in my life
Great song! The doors are the best. Late 60's rock forever man.
Super hip and cool just like cream's song strange brew on Disraeli gears. 1967 best year ever for rock, psyche, and soul music!
Perfect! Describes mankind and it's addicting! Best music ever! Jim was the man!
Excellent poetry by JIM MORRISON. Very true and deep..
this song is all about doors
Great lyrics, awesome guitar. Apparently Jim was feeling morose one day or night and went for a walk alone, when he returned he introduced the band to this track, written during his walk. Not a top 5, but not to be overlooked.
favorite doors song, so fun, so well orchestrated and just so fun
The true crowning jewel of their horny-est (and arguably best) album.
The imagery that Jim gives you with his lyrics is uncanny. Combined with the new twist of horn instruments, it really is my favourite song by the doors. Although, the doors probably have the largest amount of songs that I like as a whole. "If the doors of perception were cleansed everything would appear to man as it is, infinite. "
Oh, God, I learned this like... Not even two days ago and it's almost already in the top 25 most played list. I mean, I knew it before, but I didn't remember it. And here I am. This song is so catchy and so awesome, you just HAVE to love it.
I can't believe how low this song is. Seriously light my fire and riders on the storm are awesome but they can't compare to la woman...
Mr. Mojo Risin is an anagram of Jim Morrison, the lead vocalist of The Doors.
From the best Doors album of the same name. Love this song. I agree, it should be much higher on the list if you ask me and you're a true Doors fan.
Honestly. Easily their best. Used to try to drive back from my girlfriends before this song ended when I was a kid. Best bit of the relationship. The day we broke up - I made it.
If this song isn't in top three, then the world must be psychotic and demented. The blunt and rusted guitar-work, the hard-hitting rifts and drives, and of course Jim's complementing vocals! This song is an accepted masterpiece of Classic Rock.
The song does justice to its name. The background music is a lso fabulous. Truly extraordinary. Deserves a better rank.
It's a great song.. I was surprised it wasn't even included in the first place
Gives me goosebumps's. Morisson's perfect execution and groovy guitar play makes it one of the best songs of the Doors.
I used it as a pick up once, it worked
The day a girl says to me, "Hello, I love you. Won't you tell me your name? " I will marry her.
Come on?. This song is groovy dude!. This song should be on every The Doors playlist.
So nice. Wow, I'm going to try this as a pick up line. Thanks!
For me, this song had never really rated, I never disliked it, I don't dislike anything of the doors, but not one I could listen to religiously, until I heard Robyn Hitchcock's cover. It breathed new life into the song, he didn't stray too far from the original recording, but for some reason he ignited the song. The second and final verses are perfectly written and constructed and tie the entire track together by pure genius.
The time you ran was too insane,
We'll meet again, and,
A million ways to spend your time when we get back,
I'll drop a line.
I think it's one of the best songs ever written. And one of the best songs performed by Jim. And it's very peaceful too.
"The streets are fields that never die. "
Simply beautiful and enchanting track and one of Jim's finest vocal performance.
Beautiful song. When I have my headache crisis I listen to classical music or The Crystal Ship by the Doors.
What does a song have to do to get up there in this list? This is one moody song from one moody band... Should be about number six. One of the greatest screams in rock. (Is there a greatest scream list? )
This song gives you the best trip ever. The sudden start, melodious initial section, mysterious instrumental in the middle, the slow, quiet poem and the explosive end... Best trip ever...
This one is much better than 'break on through' and 'people are strange'.. Should be number 4. Not saying they're bad songs but this one is amazing
One of the greatest songs of all time. Only Roger Daltrey and Jim Morrison can scream like that. Organ driven with short breaks for instrumentals with the narrator of the Lizard King himself. We want the world and we want it now, now? NOW!
Great vocals by Morrison and good lyrics
Manzarek did great as usual and the simple solo by Krieger was the icing on the cake... Definitely The Doors Best Song
Beautiful lyrics and singing by Jim Morrison as always, and such a lovely melody.
"Don't you love her as she's walking out the door? Like she did one thousand times before"
Great song, Jim has a one of kind voice I'd know it any where nobody can sing like him!
One of the last Doors songs. For me second best song of the LA Woman album behind riders on the storm.
Listen to it. You will understand.
It starts with you driving in your car as if just another music piece has come on the radio. It suddenly ends with you red in the face from singing, yelling, and pounding to the beat and you've forgotten exactly how you got there.
This songs is great, it should be higher on the list
This song has somethin special, a rhythm, an energy that can make a crowd feel like one
Definitely deserves some attention. A very creative song that's groovy as hell
Definitely not the most famous song by The Doors but still my favorite. And it was in the Waterboy, so bonus points there.
This is the song that got me into the doors and I love it. First heard it in tony hawk's American wasteland and have been a doors fan ever since then.
This is my favorite song by them has to be higher!
This is great I think this song is number 1
This is.. The best.. Doors song. Oh, don't ask why. Oh, don't ask why.
I just find this song very nice and fun should be in the top tens
I think it is the best song. It should be number three or four
This is a top 10 song, easy. The rise of the keys in the intro is much like the rise in the Beatles here comes the sun bridge. The bass line is great, keys are brilliant, guitar is perfect, drums are genius. I can't fault a single doors release, maybe a soft parade track, but everything these guys did was nothing short of pure genius. Most underrated band of all time.
Their music was special as each one of the band was!
Very underrated song.
best psychedelic song ever written
No one here gets out alive now! Pure Jim Morrison.
This song is an absolute jam. Morrison's vocals are brilliant and the feeling the song gives you is mesmerizing. Love it
Ooh, the solo is wonderful, dirty and the best of Robbie
What's not to love about this song, One hell of a band!
Why this amazing is so below! It should be in at least top 15.
This is the most beautiful song ever
When I listened it for the first time... I listened it for a whole night the poetry of jim is aesome
This is my favorite doors song, how it it ths low, it's so melodic and beautiful.
This is such a beautifully constructed song about endings. Relationships, friendships and experiences. Ray is really at his best in this song.
Are you insane? Why isn't this song at least in the top ten. It's just beautiful. The flamenco guitar of robbie krieger, the extraordinary lyrics, jim's voice...
... Nothing beats this song. The only reason Spanish Caravan isn't higher on this list is because it hasn't been heard by as many people. The Doors at their best!
Guitar at its very best
This needs to be higher. It's such a nice melody. one of the best melodies they've made.
Why is this so low on the list?! LOVE this song, very psychedelic yet still has a very catchy groove to it.
Underrated song; hard to beat the combination of songs on their debut album
Same, I have no idea why this is so low
My favorite song by the doors
Amazing song, amazing length, amazing voice.
"Waiting for the sun" is one of my favorite songs by the doors, and to see that it hasn't made it any higher is sort of disappointing. Nonetheless, the song isn't as popular as some, yet it should still have earned more nods than it has.
Arguably one of the first heavy metal songs ever made... For the album of the same name but not published until 1970. Killer riff.
This is my number 1 doors track. Perfect bass, beautiful guitar, great keys and killer vocals. It slowly builds up and the bridge is pure genius. It's a very haunting song and really expresses how far ahead of their time the doors were. I can't fault it.
This is the strangest life I have ever known.
This is one of my favorite songs by the doors. Why is it all the way down here? Bull crap!
What a classic rock. Where is Jim now to sing this? Oh man, I should have born in 50's to hear this.. This should be in top ten.
All there songs were so good, wish I could of went to one of their concerts, if you want to know what classic rock is listen to The Doors!
Sounds better every time I hear it; very underrated
Good Willie Dixon song... The Doors made it a classic
Phenomenal tune. Most underrated Doors song. Put it on your iPod and go crank out some mileage on the trail.
Good to see this one rated. It's not a typically noted doors song, but deserving of a top 30 spot. Would have been a great track to see live.
Lyrics are brilliant, and this song is a perfect embodiment of chaos. Love it. Also the live versions are far superior to studio
This song needs to move up the rankings... if you have not already, please give it a listen!
Come on this song is cool the doors were a ballsy blues band to me and this is one of their best love their last two albums so cool