Entries Beginning with S
"Sand" is track #1 on the album, "Title of Record" (1999). Although it never released as a single, it was the album's shortest song. The song, "Take a Picture", also featured on "Title of Record".
"Say Hello," P.O.D.
track 12 off their album Testify
From their album "¡DOS!"
track 7 off their album In the Shadow of a Thousand Suns
track 9 off their album Jacksonville City Nights
"Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band (Reprise)," The Beatles
A faster, heavier song than the original, included because the Beatles felt "if there's a welcome song, there should be a goodbye song." Starts in F and ends in G. Ends with applause that segues into the album version of "A Day In The Life"
"She Came In Through The Bathroom Window," The Beatles
The last song in the cluster of "Abbey Road" songs that included "You Never Give Me Your Money", "Sun King", 'Mean Mr. Mustard", and "Polythene Pam".
"She's Too Good For Me," Sting
Only 2 and a half minutes long, but a really great song!
"Sheila" is track #1 on the album, "Sheila" (1962). It reaching #1 on Billboard's Pop Chart, making him one of his biggest hit singles.
Short, but still 3 verses.
At 8 years old, she actually sang a trivially short version of this for her Mickey Mouse Club audition video. You can watch it on YouTube, but don't get up any high expectations.
Track 3 off the album, "Pleasure Death".
At a mere 28 seconds, Jello Biafra leaves you with no doubt that he likes short songs.
"The Shortest Song In The World," Kenny Price
Price was a regular on "Hee Haw" from 1976 until his death in 1987.
track 12 off their album The Fundamental Elements of Southtown
The bass, the rock, the mic, the trebel / I like my coffee black just like my metal... (Off their 2005 album 'You'll Rebel To Anything')
track 10 off their album The Angels of Light Sing 'Other People'
Just a little a capella track from "Bad Hair Day." It's actually pretty good!
"Sing It" is track #1 on his self-titled album released in 1973. It was the album's shortest song.
"Single Girl," 16 Horsepowe Lenght:2:35
track 5 off their album Folklore
"Six of One and Half a Dozen of the Other," The Ex Lenght:0:58
The only words are basically "Six Pack".
Her biggest hit single.
On this hidden track from the band's 2001 album 'The Anatomy Of The Tongue In Cheek', Matt Thiessen sings about how much the band loves the two title foods. (Personally, I find them a little too preservative- and dye-laden for my taste.) [Note to editor: Re-submitting this because on previous submission stated that singer was, I thought, being facetious.]
Matt Theisen facetiously sings about how much the band loves Skittles and Combos, and that the fans should bring some to their next show.
Track 2 off the album "Babyteeth".
Just a short song with humming. The artist was sleepy when she wrote it. Hehe.
"Slit Livets Baand," Ásmegin
"Slit My Wrists," D.R.I. (Dirty Rotten Imbeciles) Lenght:28 seconds
A short song from the 80's punk band.
"Smolder" is track #6 on the album, "Time to Burn" (1992). Although it never released as a single, it was the only very short song from this album. Remember that they are more known for their melodic ballad, "I'll See You in My Dreams".
From their album "Smash".
From their album Cheshire Cat.
"Song 2," Blur
Prettttttty damn short
"Song 2," Blur
Yes, this is the actual song length. Music games say so!
The first song of Green Day's 21st century breakdown, under 1 minute!
"Song Or Suicide," HIM
one verse, no coruse
It's basically on the album to keep "Frayed" from crashing into "The Sun".
Believe it or not, this is considered a separate track from Fly Like An Eagle on the LP FLAE...
"Space Junk," Devo
Another one of EVH's famous guitar solos.
not their shortest, but my favorite.
not their shortest, but my favorite.
"A Spell of Dark and Evil ," Abigor
track 9 off their album Verwüstung - Invoke the Dark Age
Very short. And its not even good music.
The shortest song to top the American charts during the rock & roll era.
This song sounds somewhat like "Lights." As a result, on their live albums "Captured" and "Greatest Hits Live," "Lights" segues into "Stay Awhile." However, "Lights" and "Stay Awhile" appear on two different studio albums. "Lights" appears on "Infinity." The latter song appears on "Departure."
Jennifer Hate Hewitt
"Stone Cold Crazy," Queen
Track 4 from their self-titled debut.
Their shortest song as a whole. The clip from The Wall movie kinda makes sense if you read the lyrics.
Somebody was running out of lyrics...
track 4 off their album 16 Horsepower (EP)
Prelude to "The Voice Within".
Opens the "Stripped" Album
"Sunshine, Lollipops And Rainbows," Lesley Gore
A big hit from the 1965 film "Ski Party" - and later this song was in the film "Cloudy With A Chance Of Meatballs"
It was Elvis' shortest #1 single.
The Boy King
"Surrender at Station Three (ft. Kamasi Washington)," Throttle Elevator Music Lenght:1:45
"Swatting Flies In Wanker County," Vixen
From the 1998 album Tangerine. A hidden track, the title is not on the album itself, but is sometimes listed as track 12 in various music references. The band's shortest song ever and their only instrumental.
"Sweet Cream Ladies, Forward March," The Box Tops
Amazing how many people a 2+ minute song can piss off!
"Sweet Lovin' Woman" is track #9 on the album, "Drift Away" (1973). It was one of several shortest songs on that album. Remember that he was more known for his song, "Drift Away", also featured on "Drift Away".
Short short and sweet sweet. From their album "Siamese Dream".
"Sweet Tuesday Morning," Badfinger
The shortest song from 'Straight Up'. That album, according to Rolling Stone critic, has referred to it as "Badfinger's power-pop apex".
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