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Sure you can. Download the songs in MP3 format (check here how to download music) and then double click the downloaded file. One of Bill's wonderful programs will open and play the song on the loudspeakers of your PC. I suppose you have connected some to the output jack of your soundcard. If you don't like the sound of your speakers, you can connect the PC to your stereo by using an adapter cable from audio jack 3.5 mm to 2xRCA.
I just had the same problem with songs loaded using I-tunes and then I used windows media player to convert the songs to mp3 format and dragged and dropped the songs onto the ipod and it plays fine now.