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 N
"Na Na Hey Hey Kiss Him Goodbye," Steam
"Na Na Hey Hey Kiss Him Goodbye" is track #1 on their self-titled album released in 1970. It reaching #1 on Billboard's Pop Chart, making them their biggest hit single and also one of some biggest hit singles in the end of the 1960s. Note that the version that lasting at 2 minutes and 59 seconds is the radio edit version of this song. Also, the line, "na na...", were similar to "Hey Jude" by The Beatles.
I know it's been mentioned already, but I like to add that this song was indeed released as a single. It would (easily) have made Dutch Top 40 hadn't the rules been changed... All of a sudden, songs 'had' to be at least 1:30 to make the Dutch Top 40. Really childish, if you ask me.
"Nee's niks," Raggende Manne
Lenght:0:06 (the video is 0:51 but mostly silent)
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XSPFk9lDgBA This is a Dutch group who made angry, sometimes hilarious anarchic punk rock. The title roughly translates as: 'No, that idea's useless'' , Increrdibly this particular osng - all 6 seconds of it - used to be played a lot on Studio Brussel radio just before or after the news!
"Never Wake Up," Sum 41
From the album "All Killer, No Filler". Well, if it's only 49 seconds long, it sure can't be "filler".
It is a track on the album Queen II. Really great album!
"A New Dialect," Ampere
"No Fun In Fundamentalism," NOFX
kinda crude but i love this song!
No more music by Black Flag, please.
the song name takes longer to read then the song to play... full name: No Need For Introductions, I Have Read About Girls Like You On The Backs Of Toilet Doors
Repetitive lyrics, but each time they are made more clearer.
"Nobody Listens to Silence," Ryan Adams
track 14 off their album Easy Tiger
track 9 off their album Rock n Roll
From his third studio album, The Red Album.
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