Streetalk: Best song?


Asked in downtown Chico

Angel Durham
stay-at-home mom
“Bohemian Rhapsody,” [by Queen]. I like the entire aesthetic of it—I love the song. [I’d listen to it] everyday; it’s just a happy song.

Todd Steinberg
real estate agent trainer
The one that means the most to me—and it’s going to sound cheesy because it’s one that everybody would say—is “Imagine,” by John Lennon. The reason is because of its depth of understanding of human nature and just trying to look forward to a time when we come together as a people and think about others as opposed to thinking of ourselves—look beyond ourselves and look toward us a human race.

Luke Brown
high school student
Oh man, that’s a hard one. “Are we Still Friends?” by Tyler the Creator. I love that song. It just sounds nice before I’m about to go to bed.

Pat Lynn
retired speech therapist
Oh boy, that’s hard. I want to say a Beatles song, but there’s so many. I’ll say “My Girl,” by The Temptations. I grew up with that.

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