Entries Beginning with F
Bonus hidden track, off some versions of Take Off Your Pants And Your Jacket.
"F*** The Kids II," NOFX
Super short. Super awesome! LYRICS: "F*** the kids, f*** the kids, f*** the kids!"
A completely instrumental track from the band's 1991 album Cerulean. At a little under a minute and a half it's the shortest song and the only song without lyrics on the album. It's a few songs before the last one. It's a nice instrumental piece but I have no idea what the title is about, and I wonder why they named it that. Or why it's the only song on the album without words.
A song consisting almost entirely of swear words.
The lyrics consist of Bill Davis shouting "OnetwothreefourF****n'A!" accompanied by a single chord. That's it. The spoken intro is actually the entertaining part.
Kieran from Nevada
By far the worst song from her "American Doll Posse" album, it's so short, it comes and goes before you know it!
"Fearless Vampire Killers," Bad Brains
Leadoff track from their 2000 album "Rated R." The lyrics primarily consist of "Nicotine, Valium, Vicodin, marijuana, Ecstasy and alcohol" over and over, with a couple reps of "C-c-c-c-c-cocaine!" to (presumably) break up the monotony.
The first hit single for The White Stripes, and probably their shortest.
"Field Day For The Sundays," Wire
Feels amazingly "complete", despite its brevity
Fingertips was released as part of Apollo 18 and has become as a group relatively popular with the general public. Each of the first 20 songs averages about 10 or 11 seconds, culminating with the 61-second "I Walk Along Darkened Corridors".
"Fire" is track #3 on their self-titled album released in 1968. It reaching #2 on Billboard's Pop Chart. Making them their biggest hit single to date.
"Five Iron Frenzy Is Either Dead or Dying," Relient K
Dedicated to Five Iron's Passing. They played it at the last show in Denver, CO. A Touching moment.
"Five Percent for Nothing," Yes
This is actually the shortest song that Yes has ever released.
Covered by Rise Against in Tony Hawk's American Wasteland
The first track on Meteora, an introduction to "Don't Stay".
track 1 off their album New Mother
There was no music in this song, only the background studio conversation.
One of Tom Wait's "story" songs where the lyrics are spoken
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