So Herve says "DO IT" (presumably to me), and I follow Herve's orders, but only in part and only after admitting that Poog's "song" is the only one I recognize on the whole litany of those listed so far! (But my oldest daughter Wendy, who's here today for a belated wedding reception, still plays second guitar and is second vocal in a Blacksburg-based group called The Kind. Given that her group, now in its seventeenth year, plays everything from Grateful Dead to classic rock to blues to country to jazz, I'm not surprised that she knew almost all of the songs you guys listed. Does that make me okay by proy?
In a bow to later-than-the-'50's numbers and to my innate romanticism, I'll include "If" (the later song, not the 1952 brief hit) and "Once, Twice Three Times a Lady", plus "Pieces of Dreams." But my all-time favorites are still "Old Man River" and "You'll Never Walk Alone."