Hillsong Cornerstone Rar
ities, Greg Ridley could have been an AC/DC rip-off version of Peter Cetera. On _Enthusiasm,_ "All Because of You" was one of the first songs I learned on my first instrument and I can't imagine not knowing that song now, but the Way Down We Go" is one of my personal favourite songs I have ever played. _Unearthed_ contains plenty of early ballads, and "I Feel", from the debut album, is a very beautiful song. Gavin Schaffer on "Can't Take My Eyes Off You", "Father Forgive Them", "Sing" Elton John & John Oates, "You Can't Hurry Love" Keith Urban, "You're Not Alone" AC/DC, "Thunderstruck" Neil Diamond, "You Were on My Mind" George Strait, "Drinkin' Wine, Spo-Dee-O-Dee" Jimmy Buffett, "Angelina" Ray Stevens, "The World I Want to Live In" Prince, "Make It Through The Night" Annie Lennox, "I'll Be There" Arctic Monkeys, "Did I Ever Love You" Dickey Betts, "You're Mine (You're Mine)" Hotel California, "Don't Fear The Reaper" Kenny Loggins, "Danger Zone" Paul Simon, "Mother and Child Reunion" Chris Jagger, "Ooh Baby (That's My Name)" Alan Parsons Project, "My Personal Heaven" Tony Iommi, "Iron Man" Michael McDonald, "I Say A Little Prayer" Steve Winwood, "Higher Love" Charlie Rich, "He'll Have To Go" Shania Twain, "That Don't Impress Me Much" Silverchair, "Rock and Roll Ain't Noise Pollution" Bryan Adams, "Summer of '69" On each album, it feels like my heart and soul is being poured out, and I didn't know if it would be heard or not. I had to trust that it would get to people. When I listen to my own songs, I often don't hear the melodies or the harmonies, I hear the words. When I hear a song by someone else, I hear the music.