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BON JOVI'S ''LIVIN' ON A PRAYER''
'''Livin' On a Prayer' is the so-obvious choice. Really, can there be any other choice?'' —lilbooth02
'''Livin on a Prayer' is AMAZING live. Entire stadium knows the words and so powerful.'' —Dorie
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NEIL DIAMOND'S ''SWEET CAROLINE''
''Oh, come on. How can this be ANYTHING but 'Sweet Caroline'??? It's SO GOOD, SO GOOD, SO GOOD!!!'' —brody
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BRUCE SPRINGSTEEN'S ''BORN TO RUN''
'''Born to Run.' Accept no substitutes. When they turn the house lights on for it, it's time for the Boss to do his thing.'' —Scott
'''BORN TO RUN'! No arguments to the contrary can be made unless you've actually been to a Bruce concert (with the E Street Band). And if you have been, then you'll agree.'' —EC
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BRUCE SPRINGSTEEN'S ''BADLANDS''
'''Badlands.' Ohhhhohhohhohhoh, ohhhohhohhohhhohh...'' —Bruce Fan
''I totally agree — is there any other chill-inducing feeling than everyone oh-ing for 'Badlands'?'' —jersey girl
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'''40' really is it. Especially when I've been in crowds singing it outside the arena and in the parking lot after the show ended. It just kept going on.'' —Marisa
''I second this, if only because the audience is *expected* to sing 'How long...' until the end while Larry plays, and that always ends the show? It's a very emotional thing.'' —Kate
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U2?S ''WITH OR WITHOUT YOU''
''Nothing beats U2?s 'With or Without You'? In one stadium, a crowd unites as one voice. 'Specially at the end when everyone goes WHOOOOOOAAAAAAA!!!!!!!!? That's the closest I will ever get to a religious experience.'' —Darth Caifan
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PEARL JAM'S ''BETTER MAN''
'''Better Man' by Pearl Jam. You'll know what I'm talking about if you have ever been to one of their shows. Most moving, communal experience that I have ever been privileged to share.'' —Given2Fly
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PAUL MCCARTNEY'S ''HEY JUDE''
''Has to be 'Hey Jude'! A stadium turns that already 7+ minute song into 20 minutes of swaying and nah-ing.'' —Sarah Elizabeth
'''Hey Jude.' End of story. McCartney is frickin' amazing?you'll never experience anything more moving or amazing than that song being sung by 50,000+. Just wow?'' —kt
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BILLY JOEL'S ''PIANO MAN''
'''Piano Man,' without a doubt. Last summer I saw Billy Joel and Elton John perform at Citizens Bank Park in Philly and they closed with this song, just two legends with their pianos. They let the entire stadium sing the last chorus. Singing along to 'Piano Man' with 50,000 other concertgoers was a magical concert moment?I'll never forget it.'' —Marissa
'''Piano Man,' Billy Joel. The crowd can sing it by themselves with next to no help from Billy. What could be better?'' —Jenn P.
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GARTH BROOKS' ''FRIENDS IN LOW PLACES''
''Garth Brooks' ?Friends in Low Places.' He doesn't even have to sing, the whole crowd does it for him.'' —Molly
'''Friends in Low Places,' Garth Brooks. Seriously, even if you hate country you know the chorus to this one, it's so incredibly uniting.'' —Jenn P.
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THE ROLLING STONES', ''YOU CAN'T ALWAYS GET WHAT YOU WANT''
''1989, Steel Wheels tour. I was 16, and I'd never heard that one before but apparently, I was the only one in the stadium who hadn't because Mick sang, 'Now you can't...' and the entirety of Veterans Stadium sang back 'ALWAYS GET WHAT YOU WANT.' Everyone knew every word. Still get chills thinking of it. Was one of those moments at a concert where you're MOVED, you know? I thought it was so DEEP. I mean, it is meaningful, but, you know, deep in the way a 16-year-old thinks it is. You were being told one of life's truths by the greatest rock & roll band in the world, and getting your 16-year-old mind blown!'' —Sheila
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THE EAGLES', ''DESPERADO''
''For me the best sing-along at a concert was the Eagles singing 'Desperado.' While most songs are big anthems, everyone in the arena stood, swayed and sang their hearts out. It was an amazing.'' —Kaiulani
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COLDPLAY'S ''VIVA LA VIDA''
''It has a driving beat and the ?whoa' at the end seems to get everyone singing at the top of their lungs.'' —Kelly
'''Viva la Vida' [by] Coldplay. Everyone in the entire stadium throwing their hands up, jumping around, and screaming the 'OOOOOOOOOOOH' is the most surreal thing I've ever experienced.'' —Jenn P.
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THE KINKS' ''LOLA''
'''Lola' by the Kinks. Works great in stadiums or smaller theaters.'' —Chris
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PRINCE'S ''PURPLE RAIN''
''This isn't even my favorite Prince tune, but it's impossible not to 'Woo-hoo-hoo-hoo!' along with him as he delivers that sizzling guitar solo at song's end. Add a little sprinkling of rain, and consider your mind officially blown.'' —Marc
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RADIOHEAD'S ''KARMA POLICE''
'''Karma Police' by Radiohead. Imagine a field full of people at a rainy Glastonbury festival in England all singing: 'This is what you get, when you mess with us!' ?Spine-tingling.'' —flistea
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PETER GABRIEL'S ''SOLSBURY HILL''
''Peter Gabriel sings 'my heart going' the audience goes 'BOOM BOOM BOOM.''' —Lore
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KISS' ''ROCK AND ROLL ALL NITE''
'''Rock and Roll All Nite' by Kiss. My husband dragged me to a concert once, and I gotta say, I totally got into that one.'' —Melissa
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ELTON JOHN'S ''TINY DANCER''
''Saw Elton in January...'Crocodile Rock' was a huge sing-along-fest. 'Tiny Dancer' was good. In fact, it was all good. It was two and a half hours of Elton sitting at the piano and singing his favorite songs.'' —Kaiulani
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LADY GAGA'S ''SPEECHLESS''
''Best concert experience of my adult life. So moving, so momentous.'' —dj
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JOURNEY'S ''DON'T STOP BELIEVIN''' (even without Steve Perry, though it hurts
'''Don't Stop Believin'' by Journey is a classic. That has to get a mention.'' —Molly
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QUEEN'S ''WE WILL ROCK YOU'' (even without Freddie Mercury, though it hurts)
''Without a doubt, it's 'We Will Rock You' by Queen. The sound of thousands of people stomping their feet in unison is awe-inspiring.'' —shdrew
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