Entries Beginning with P
This song hit #3 in the U.S. in 1962.
The first track on "Before These Crowded Streets"...and the only one less than five minutes long.
A short and sweet love song.
"Paradise (Let Me Take You Into)" is track #9 on the album, "Reflector" (1981). It was the album's shortest song.
"Party Doll" was released in 1957. It reaching #1 on Billboard's Pop Chart, making him one of his biggest hit singles. This song later reaching #5 on Billboard's Pop Chart with a version by Steve Lawrence which was more Easy Listening-based style. Steve Lawrence was also known for his song, "Pretty Blue Eyes", which was shortest than "Party Doll".
track 9 off their album Easy Tiger
The shortest song off of the "Broken" EP, with nothing but one guitar riff repeated several times.
Their biggest hit single.
she's good looking but she looks like a man
Besides being short, also stands out from his usual "style"...it's in the style of a Gregorian chant!
"Prelude 12/21," AFI
It has lyrics and everything, & it's the only song by AFI I have... even though called prelude, it has a chorus and verses and is a song in its own right.
"Pretty Blue Eyes" was released in 1959. It reaching #9 on Billboard's Pop Chart, making him one of his biggest hit singles and also one of some shortest songs lasting at less than 2 minutes to reach Billboard's Pop Chart.
In Spanish, this song tells a story of how she feel for a Puerto Rican dancer. This song leads up to "Infatuation", which is mostly in English.
"Princess Unicorn Bunny Kitten Angel," Lemon Demon
The song actually ends with four seconds of silence, and the title is approximately half of the entire song.
The lyrics: "p-r-I-v-a-c-y is priceless to me" repeated.
"Psalm 150," P.O.D.
track 10 off the album The Fundamental Elements of Southtown
"Psychotic Reaction" is track #6 on the album, "Psychotic Reaction" (1966). It reaching #5 on Billboard's Pop Chart, making them their only biggest hit single to date. After that, they never reaching the Top 10 of Billboard's Pop Chart again. Two versions of this song available, the version where they ended the music of this song is different than another version, where the first instrumental break placed after the second verse and before the song's end.
The shortest song on their first album. Even still, it's a milestone for this album because it crams a lot of Brit-punk sound in that short length.
Short and sweet; one of the best tracks on the first album
A short song that actually is a popular song by this group.
"Put Your Head on My Shoulder," Paul Anka
One of his biggest hit single.
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