Ahead of Tel Aviv concert: A look into Guns N' Roses' most memorable tunes

Before the legendary rockers return for a fourth visit to the Holy Land, let's revisit their most unforgettable musical moments - from Sweet Child O' Mine to their iconic Bob Dylan cover
Amir Schwartz|
Guns N' Roses is undoubtedly one of the most legendary rock bands to ever grace the stage. With hits that spanned over decades, it's hard to choose just ten of their most iconic songs. That said, we've taken up the challenge, and we're ready to present you with the ultimate list of the top ten Guns N' Roses tunes, just in time for their June 5 concert in Tel Aviv.
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Sweet Child O' Mine
Arguably Guns N' Roses' most famous song, "Sweet Child O' Mine" features one of the most memorable guitar intros in rock history. The song's catchy melody and heartfelt lyrics about love and commitment have made it a staple at weddings and other romantic occasions.
Welcome to the Jungle
This classic rock song opens with an instantly recognizable guitar riff that immediately gets the adrenaline pumping. With its lyrics about life in the big city and Axl Rose's powerful vocals, "Welcome to the Jungle" is the perfect introduction to the wild and unpredictable world of Guns N' Roses.
November Rain
Clocking in at over eight minutes, "November Rain" is Guns N' Roses' longest and most epic song. With its soaring strings and emotional guitar solo, the song tells a story of love and loss that is both heartbreaking and beautiful.
Paradise City
With its driving beat and catchy chorus, "Paradise City" is a fan favorite and a staple of Guns N' Roses' live shows. The song's lyrics about chasing dreams and escaping the grind of everyday life make it a perfect anthem for anyone looking to break free from the daily grind.
Don't Cry
Another iconic ballad from Guns N' Roses, "Don't Cry" features some of the band's most heartfelt lyrics and Axl Rose's powerful vocals. The song's message about not giving up on love and holding on to hope resonates with fans of all ages.
Civil War
Written during the Gulf War, "Civil War" is a powerful anti-war anthem that still resonates with listeners today. The song's message about the human cost of war is as relevant now as it was when it was first released in 1991.
You Could Be Mine
Originally written for the movie "Terminator 2: Judgment Day," it's a hard-rocking anthem about love and obsession. With its driving beat and catchy chorus, the song is a fan favorite and a highlight of Guns N' Roses' live shows.
Live and Let Die
Originally written by Paul McCartney for the James Bond movie of the same name, "Live and Let Die" is a high-energy rock song that is one of Guns N' Roses' most popular covers. The band's version features a blistering guitar solo and Axl Rose's signature vocals.
Knockin' on Heaven's Door
Originally written by Bob Dylan, we're talking about a hauntingly beautiful ballad that has been covered by countless artists over the years. Guns N' Roses' version is notable for its powerful guitar solo and Axl Rose's soulful vocals.

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With its acoustic guitars and heartfelt lyrics, "Patience" is one of Guns N' Roses' most beloved ballads. The song's message about taking things slow and appreciating the moment has made it a favorite among fans of all ages.
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