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It may not be the “Greatest Songs Of All Time” list, but the Steve Miller Band‘s 1976 classic, “Fly Like An Eagle” has topped the “Favorite Bird Song Survey” by the readers of Birds & Blooms magazine, garnering an impressive 17 percent of the votes. Coming in second was “Rockin’ Robin” — a hit for both Bobby Day and the Jackson Five — with 15 percent of the votes, and rounding out the Top Three was Lynyrd Skynyrd‘s nine-plus minute opus, “Free Bird” — which snagged 13 percent of reader’s votes. Below you will find

The favorites from the Birds & Blooms magazine’s “Best Bird Song Survey,” based on a survey of 2,200 readers are…

1. “Fly Like An Eagle” – The Steve Miller Band (17 percent)
2. “Rockin’ Robin”
– Bobby Day; The Jackson Five (15 percent)
3. “Free Bird” – Lynyrd Skynyrd
(13 percent)
4. “Mockingbird” -
Charlie and Inez Foxx; James Taylor & Carly Simon (12 percent)
5. “Blackbird”
– The Beatles (11 percent)
6. “When The Red, Red Robin”
– Doris Day (8 percent)
7. “Two Sparrows In A Hurricane”
– Tanya Tucker (5 percent)
8. “When Doves Cry”
– Prince (4 percent)
9. “Three Little Birds”
– Bob Marley & The Wailers (4 percent)
10. “Shake A Tale Feather”
– Ray Charles; Ike & Tina Turner (3 percent)
11. “Bye Bye Birdie”
– Ann-Margret (3 percent)
12. “I’m Like A Bird”
– Nelly Furtado (2 percent)
13. “Surfin’ Bird”
– The Trashmen (1.5 percent)
14. “Birdhouse In Your Soul” – They Might Be Giants (1 percent)
15. “I Like Birds”
– The Eels (1 percent)
16. “Disco Duck” – Rick Dees & His Cast Of Idiots (0.5 percent)

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