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.
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The only straight cover Al ever did, being a TV theme song from the '60s.
One short verse, one VERY short bridge, two-and-a-half choruses. (One is only partial.) It's a good song, but definitely one of the shortest rock hits out there.
"Get Your Filthy Hands Off My Desert," Pink Floyd
That name tho.
From the album, Candles In The Rain
Where are your manners?
Sun King backwards. Off of Love.
"God Bless the Children of the Beast," Motley Crue
track 11 off their album Gold
No lyrics in the song.
"AAAAAAAAAAAH! Ok cool."
"Good Morning Baltimore Reprise," Hairspray: Original Broadway Cast Lenght:01:45
Miss V8 Booty Call
"Good Riddance (Time of Your Life)," Green Day
"Goofy Goober Rock," Tallman Lenght:2:54
A small hit (#77) in 1957.
"The Grand Finale," Styx
The last song on the group's album, "The Grand Illusion". Most of this song is the ending chord on the organ that seems to go on forever.
Frosty The Cat
"Grandad's Little Ditty," Primus
From her self-titled debut album of 1977. The whole album was only about 36 minutes long and also included "Walking In The Light" and "He Gave Me A New Song", which were both way under 2 minutes but still longer than "Grape, Grape Joy".
"Guilty Of Being White," Slayer
"Guitarras de Amor," P.O.D.
track 9 off their album Satellite
This should probably also be in the "Movie Mentions" section.
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