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Ever since there has been music on recorded mediums (vinyl, casettes, CDs) groups with a sense of humour have placed funny snippets or entrie songs on their albums without a mention in the credits.

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Entries Beginning with D

"Dear Sir...," Robbie Williams
This is a poem that was hidden on two songs (off two albums): One of God's Better People (The Ego Has Landed album) and Baby Girl Window (I've Been Expecting You album). It depicts a teacher who never supported him and his career choices.
Rocky Mak
"Deck The Halls (affixed to)," Ali Lohan
Track 8 of her "Lohan Holiday" CD is listed as "Deck The Halls". That fittingly dsescribes the first two minuted or so of that track, in which she sings that familiar Christmas song, in what may well be the most conventional rendering of a Christmas standard to be found on the album, which otherwise consists of new songs and more innovative renderings of old ones. Then track 8 continues through an instrumental interlude of about half a minute, to another close to two-minute vocal section, that could perhaps best be described as a song to be called "It's Christmas Around The World", from it's most repeated line. It can certainly be seen as a distinct song, in no way reminiscent of he familiar "Deck The Halls", other than the phrase "deck the halls" occuring in its lyrics.
Donna Rand Blitzen
"Demoltion lovers," My Chemical Romance
a song wrote my gerard way wrote for his wife played then maybe three seconds after that song, another song plays.
Amanda day
"Diamond Bollocks," Beck
Follows the 11th track from Beck's Mutations album after a long amount of silence.
Agrimorfee
"The Diary of Jane (Acoustic)," Breaking Benjamin
This track is not found among the Phobia track listing, and may actually be better than the original version of the song.
Danny Hates Dubstep
"The Diary of Jane (Acoustic)," Breaking Benjamin
This track is not found among the Phobia track listing, and may actually be better than the original version of the song.
Danny Hates Dubstep
"The Diary of Jane (Acoustic)," Breaking Benjamin
The acoustic version of "The Diary of Jane", featuring Sebastian Davin of Dropping Daylight, is the last track on the album and is not mentioned in the track listing.
Danny Hates Dubstep
"Dickhead," Robbie Williams
From the final track of Rudebox album, Summertime.
Rocky Mak
"Do You Know Where You're Coming From?," Jamiroquai
The bonus track was hidden from their lp "Travelling Without Moving"
Mickey D.

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