One song from early childhood:
"Hair".... first record I wore out, I'm told.
One song you associate with your first big love:
Don Henley, "Sad Cafe"
One song that reminds you of one of your holidays:
"Oseh Shalom" for Shabbat.
One song you like, but hate to admit:
One song listened to while you were lovesick:
"Heaven Help my Heart" from Chess
One song you listened to most often in your life:
"This Land Is Your Land", possibly. or "Mary Ellen Carter." (not counting children's music)
One song which is your favorite instrumental:
This is impossible; it's a whole meme unto itself. My favorite instrumental of all time is Dvorak's "New World" symphony, but if I have to pick a pop song I'd go with ... Billy Joel's "Root Beer Rag." (I'm a sucker for piano rags and blues. And you can play almost anything on a hammer dulcimer and I'll sit and listen.) And you can pick a track at random from George Winston's "Summer" and it's engraved in my memory (there's that piano again). Klezmer....
One song by one of your favorite bands:
"Rosie" by The Mollys.
One song in which you recognize yourself or through which you somehow feel understood:
Stan Rogers, "The Idiot" (seriously, you have to listen to it)
One song which reminds you of a certain occasion (and the occasion):
Queen, "Bohemian Rhapsody" reminds me of a Christmas drive through Kansas.
The entire musical "I Do! I Do!" gets played on our anniversary, just as my parents did (and still do).
Tom Paxton's "Outward Bound" was played at our wedding, and it's still the most romantic song I know.
One rap/hip-hop song you like:
Bzzz. Does "Talking Blues" count? 'Cause there's a couple of those....
One song that helps you relax:
Stan Rogers, "Working Joe"
One song which symbolizes a great time in your life:
Anything from "The Fantasticks"
One song which is your favorite at the moment:
Mary-Chapin Carpenter, "Why Walk When You Can Fly"
One song you would dedicate to your best friend:
(i.e. spouse) Garnet Rogers, "After All."
One song no one besides you likes:
No such thing. Most of the music I like is despised by some subgroup of my friends and acquaintances, but most of it is adored by some other subgroup thereof.... There are songs I don't talk about much, though. Leon Rosselson sings some of them.
One song you like because of its lyrics:
Stan Rogers, "MacDonnell on the Heights"
One song you like which is not in English:
"Si Buscabas" (sung by Holly Near)
One song that helps you work out:
heh. Though I actually got up and danced to Seth Farber's "Panic Attack Blues" the other night, so that counts for something.
One song that should be played at your funeral:
After you're done with the Mourner's Kaddish, sing a solid round of "Oseh Shalom." Then, assuming that it's some time in the distant future, just put my collection (which'll be digitized and online) on shuffle and see what happens.