Living Colour is Living Proof (well... perhaps not anymore) that black bands can make great rock. Nothingness, from the 1993 album Stain. Trivial fact: the singer, Corey Glover, had a B-role in Oliver Stoned's Vietnam movie Platoon.
Then a number from the Gentleman Rocker, Robert Palmer. Johnny and Mary, from the 1980 album Clues.
Finally We have all the time in the world, the marvellous Fun Lovin Criminals version from the 1996 album Come find yourself. The original is by Louis Armstrong. This number brings back melancholic memories from a time long past when I used to sit, on saturday night evenings in summer, on a bar stool in my favorite pub, De Drei Deurkisj (Flemish slang for The Three Little Doors), enjoying the Holy Trinity: a Cigarette, a Coffee, and a Humo magazine. And somehow expecting the quintessential female to walk in and surrender herself to me.
At some point I had to forget romantic stuff like that. But no way I was going to surrender. I invaded Poland instead.