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Entries Beginning with D

"Dangerous," Roxette
This song is a single from the duo's smash hit album Look Sharp! Right at the end of the song as it's fading out, if you listen carefully, you'll hear Per Gessle saying, "Due to the exceptional weakness of this song, play loud". Funny.
"Does Anybody Really Know What Time It Is," Chicago
In the Third Verse, you'll hear someone talking. Don't fret, it's someone saying "People runnin' everywhere. Don't know where to go, don't know where I am. Can't see past the next step. Don't have time to think the last mile. Have no time to look around, just run around, run around and think why"? (I think this is why this song was used on "Little Nicky" to find if there's any subliminal messages.
Paul Waren
"Don't Ask Me Why," Billy Joel
At the end of the penultimate verse, Billy seems to be singing "Don't axe me why" instead of the song's title, as he usually does. I do not know if the mispronunciation is deliberate and, if so, what it would be a reference to.
"Dry Ice," Green Day
At the end of the song, you can hear the band shout "Yes, yes, we did it"
Glenn Rousseau

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