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Bob Dylan's Song Tops Rolling Stones' Single in Greatest Songs List

May 20, 2010 (10:00 am) GMT
'Like a Rolling Stone' from the rock singer wins over the band's 'Satisfaction' and many other hit singles on the chart compiled by a magazine.
Bob Dylan

's 1965 hit "Like a Rolling Stone" has topped a new list of the Greatest Songs of All Time. Rolling Stone magazine editors and contributors have spent months piecing together the ultimate top 500 list and Dylan's "Highway 61 Revisited" track has beaten out ' ("I Can't Get No) Satisfaction" to the number one spot.

's "Imagine" comes in at three, while "What's Going On" by and 's 1967 anthem "Respect" round out the top five. Also making the top 10 are "Good Vibrations" by , 's "Johnny B. Goode", ' "Hey Jude" and "Smells Like Teen Spirit" by .

The 1960s were the best decade for hits, with 195 tunes making the top 500; the 1970s came in second with 131 entries. The best year was 1965. The Beatles and The Rolling Stones lead the artists of the poll - the Fab Four have 23 entries on the list; the Stones have 14. Bob Dylan comes in third with 13 and is the only other artist with double figures, with 11.

The extensive panel of voters included star Jeff Ament, , punk icon Jello Biafra, , Jack Bruce, star Will Champion, , and frontman .

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