Bit o' Nostalgia

How about a few songs that you'll always associate with your school days for one reason or another?

Sweet Home Alabama - burned into my memory from a dance with a high school crush, mostly - the amazement that she agreed to hit the dance floor. Should have waited for a slow one ...

Rock Lobster - Art/theater geeks writhing on the floor to "down... down... down..."

Another Brick In The Wall Pt II? - Remember it being pulled off the HS jukebox by some worked up teacher ("We Don't Need No Education")

We've Got Tonight - I didn't go to my HS prom, but I do remember this being the prom theme of the class o' 81...

Anyone else?
I'm Eighteen - my age senior year H.S. 1971
New Riders of the Purple Sage - "Panama Red"
Marshall Tucker Band - "Take the Highway"
The Who - "Baba O'Reilly", "My G-G-Generation", "Won't Get Fooled Again"

From when I was a little younger:
Rolling Stones - "Sympathy For the Devil", "Gimme Shelter"
Animals - "House of the Rising Sun"
appending my list:

Steppenwolf - "Born to be Wild", "Corrina", Actually anything from that album brings back memories every time I hear it.

Pink Floyd - "Dark Side of the Moon" remember hearing it for the first time summer '73 on a buddy's 8 track machine with the rear deck speakers using the trunk of his '71 Mercury Comet as a baffle, trunk open, dark starry summer night, cheap wine, bag of weed...(fill in the blanks)
My whole life has been "bent" around music. I was lucky enough to be a recording engineer at a high-end studio for five years. Heck, the caption under my class of '80 picture is "Searching For A New Sound". I have tons of songs that bring back memories (like many of you) but only one album debuted perfectly into my memory. Three freinds and I were in my '72 Beetle parked and partying by the canal. It was a new moon and we were way out in the middle of nowhere. In complete darkness we lay stunned as Scotso of WNEW NYC played the Talking Heads "Remain In Light". Not one of us spoke from beginning to end. It was monumental and we couldn't wait for it to be released. To this day I only listen to "Remain In Light" in the dark.
House of the Rising Sun - Animals
Freebird - Lynyrd Skynyrd
Stairway to Heaven - Zep
Nights in White Satin - Moody Blues
Moondance - Van Morrison
Baba O'Reilly - The Who
Saturday Night's Alright For Fighting - Elton John
Johnny B. Goode - Johnny Winter version
Starship Trooper - Yes
Reelin' in the Years and My Old School - Steely Dan