Here's my list of the Top 5 requests listeners made for The Classic Cafe All-Request Lunch Hour for the week of Jan 16 to Jan 20.  ZZ TOP's "Sleeping Bag"...from the 1985 album "Afterburner," the song was the band's most successful single reaching #8 on Billboard Hot 100 and #1 on US Mainstream Rock Tracks.  Joe Walsh's "Ordinary Average Guy"...title track from his 1991 album, it peaked at #3 on the US Mainstream Rock Tracks.  Bad English's "When I See You Smile"...from their self-titled debut album, it was their first and only #1 song---holding on to the top spot for two weeks in 1989.  Fleetwood Mac's "Sara"...from their 1979 album "Tusk," it spent 3 weeks at #7 on Billboard Hot 100 while also peaking at #11 in Australia, #12 in Canada and #37 in The UK. Bob Dylan's "Rainy Day Women #12 & 35"...lead track from his 1966 album "Blonde on Blonde," it went to #2 in the US and #7 in The UK and sometimes struggled for airplay because of the line "Everybody must get stoned."