Most Underrated Eagles Songs
Can't understand why it's not rated their best
A great, great song!, Fantastic lyrics!
This and Wasted Time are definitely my two favorite Eagles songs.
Easily one of the best. The piano is great and it is amazing and flows super well.
Beautiful classic song full of evocative longing for a shared history. It answers the critics who say that the Eagles music is lacking in feeling.
Voted for it but I'm pretty sure this isn't underrated.
Lovely sleepy sounding melody with lyrics that ring true for most of us.
Perfect take on today's world
Epic song that with a message about the environment and self-destructiveness. One of Henley’s finest vocal performances.
Easily, the second best Eagles' song after 'Hotel California'. You'd all agree once you listen to it
Really pretty song with lovely instrumentation.
This is a lovely song and captures the beautiful vocal harmonies and guitar textures that is the real essence of their music.
Such great guitar, gets really catchy towards the end. Should really be one of the top 5 Eagle's songs. I can't believe I have gone so long without knowing this existed!
I'm surprised that as the title song on this album it never got air time. As much as I love Desperado, On the Border has to be my favorite; album and song.
Great song with vocal contributions from each band member and a cool funky vibe reminiscent of an R&B group.
A hidden beauty by the Eagles, rockers need to listen to this.
Great dueling guitars, Henley on the tablas and Randy Meisner's awesome vocals about mankind's impact on the planet. A true rocker!
What a great way to start out a concept album about the Ol' West. The harmonic vocals of Henley and Frey along with their respective solos were extremely well done. This, in my opinion, is one of their best songs of all time.
A really moving song with great lyrics and melody.
This is a song of fragile beauty about an eperience of the heart that is a common occurence. The guitar break is lovely.
Such an interesting sounding groove, with cool talkbox guitar harmonies from Don Felder and Joe Walsh.
Memorable melody and the lyrics feel heartfelt. This song conveys the sense of loss at the passing of time.
Lovely, quaint ballad with a pretty slide guitar solo by Frey.