I still listen to the older songs, and most of the new songs that are our today do not even seem like music to me, especially things like rap music. To me, rap music is more like chanting than singing, and it is a form of singing that people listen to because of the words, and not because the music itself is beautiful. Over the years, I have enjoyed Kris Kristofferson, Jim Reeves, and also Don Williams. Many of the songs that I have enjoyed have also had instrumental versions, such as the haunting "Unchained Melody", and some were only released as an instrumental song. I also loved Stranger on the Shore, whether it was a vocal or instrumental. One song that I am sure everyone will remember was called simply, "The Percolator (twist) " song. It seems to me that this was also used in a coffee commercial at one time, too.