Blame The Ramones, but there have been some very short songs that have made the radio. For the purposes of this page, please
stick to songs with lyrics and also aren't interludes. Preferablly songs released as a single.
Entries Beginning with E
"Easy Way Out," Gotye
This and the first track on "Making Mirrors" total just under three minutes combined.
i am not quite sure if that is the correct time but its close. very funny song!
"Eclipse," Pink Floyd
Lenght:1:45 to 2:11, depending on version
Actual song ends at 1:30, but contains an outro with a reprise of the heart-beat from "Speak to Me", and on some versions, on only one stereo channel, an orchestral version of the Beatles' "Ticket To Ride" can be heard. This song, because of it running immediately after and flowing from "Brain Damage", is sometimes considered to be part of that song, sometimes called "Dark Side of the Moon" or "Lunatic", because of the lyrics of that song. Much like how Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band is normally followed by "A Little Help From My Friends", even on the radio, the same is true for "Brain Damage" and "Eclipse."
No, it's not about Tim Finn's band. That would be "The Enz".
"Eon Blue Apocalypse," Tool
This song and Mantra, from the same album, are less than two and a half minutes combined.
Eddie Van Halen's most famous instrumental guitar solo.
track 3 off their album Easy Tiger
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