"All I Have to Do Is Dream" (1958)
Phil Everly called this gorgeously haunting ballad (again written by Felice and Boudleaux Bryant) one of the most important songs his group ever recorded, and it's easy to hear why. "The band plays very quietly, and their voices, that beautiful, beautiful refrain – almost mystical," Keith Richards once said. "'Dream, dream dream …' slipping in and out of unison and harmony. Load of bluegrass in those boys." The song had an endless life, hitting the charts in 1963 (by Richard Chamberlin), 1970 (by Glen Campbell) and 1981 (by Andy Gibb and Victoria Principal). But the definitive version will always be the Everlys.