Blame Hey Jude, but there have been some very long songs that have made the radio. For the purposes of this page, please
stick to songs with lyrics, that are intended for radio play (singles).
Entries Beginning with E
The whole song was used in the "Meddle" CD. The dreamy part was at the middle of each song.
"Eejits," You Lenght:12.34
Lenght? For a site like this, I thought you would AT LEAST know how to spell the word 'length'! The T comes before the H.
"Eleventh Earl of Mar," Genesis
First track off of 1977's "Wind and Wuthering"
I dig The Doors! And there's another thing about "The End," in one of "The Simpsons" episodes where Homer walks alone downhearted while they play The Doors' song.
Still one of my favorite songs.
"End on End," Rites of Spring Lenght:7:22
Second track off of 1976's "A Trick of the Tail"
"Epitaph/March for No Reason/Tomorrow and Tomorrow ," King Crimson
Third track taken from the CD "In The Court of the Crimson King"
I think I can maintain a garden as long as this song.
A slow, creepy song
"Eve of Destruction," Tiny Tim
From "Rock" CD. I wonder what sort of drugs poor Mr Khoury must have been on to record this epic. I really feel sorry for the studio engineer. "Eve of Destruction" has to be the most covered protest song of all time. Tiny Tim's version outdoes them all.
"Even in the Quietest Moments," Supertramp
From the album of the same name.
Borrows heavily from "The Wizard Of Oz", which seems shorter than this song.
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