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It does have lyrics, but they go by pretty quickly. From "Half Hour of Power".
it's off of nimrod.
"Take It Anyway," Ratt
Probably shortest song on the "Talk Dirty" album.
The bitter gem builds progressive layers of instrumentation and tension like a mini symphony. "can't seem to talk about the things that bother me..." but the sneering Bonniwell does, and he does it in under 2 minutes!
This little ditty, which closed the album of the same name, used to freak me out as a kid with all those people singing "For that happy day!" at the very end.
A very short song from a UK psychedelic band known for its long improvisational jams.
The song appears on the album Vs. and is the band's shortest track, that I know of.
Not actually a theme tune, just a song on their first album 'Dig That Groove Baby'.
I'm not freaking making this up. :O
Song has a very fast tempo.
Their music makes me miserable.
Okay, this actually is their shortest song.
"This is the Shortest Song in the World," Kenny Price
Lenght:about 10 seconds
Kenny was a country singer....I heard the song on the radio years and years ago...but it's a real song. In fact, the words in the title are the only lyrics, sung once. Perhaps someone can check it out.
Duane L. Moss
"This is the Two Second Song," Phoebe & Melinda Igor (Girls Kick Butt) Lenght:0:02
It was released as their first single around 2003, when they produced songs shorter than 10.00 seconds. They also produced one that was 0.90 seconds.
Phoebe & Melinda Igor (Girls Kick Butt)
Don't let the title fool you...It's an instrumental!
The song is taken off from 1974's "Pretzel Logic."
The first part is a heated discussion among the Boys, followed by a brief musical explanation of the term "transcendental meditation"
Frosty The Cat
For being only 48 seconds long, this song has a good amount of lyrics.
"Toast and Marmalade for Tea," Tin Tin
"Toast and Marmalade for Tea" was released in 1970. It reaching #20 on Billboard's Pop Chart, making them their biggest hit single, which was previously they never have a Top 20 hit on Billboard's Pop Chart in the early years.
A song about Toys R Us on the debut album of They Might Be Giants. Mostly sung a cappella.
Yet another EVH guitar solo.
From their 1999 debut, 'Tight'
"Tossin' and Turnin'" is track #6 on the album, "Tossin' & Turnin'" (1961). It reaching #1 on Billboard's Pop Chart, making him one of his biggest hit singles, the other being is "One Track Mind", also reaching the Top Hot 100 of Billboard's Pop Chart. Two versions of "Tossin' and Turnin'" available. A version that lasting at 2 minutes and 34 seconds started with the line, "Baby... Baby... You did something to me...", while another version that received well airplay on radio stations and more known in the ears of Oldies listeners started with the line, "I couldn't sleep at all last night", lasting at 2 minutes and 29 seconds.
Credit Crunch got you down? Can't afford to go to Alton Towers? Listen to the epic last song on In Utero. This is the ride of your life from start to finish. It's like going into labour, and then giving up halfway through. One listen will haunt you. TRY IT OUT!
The entire song goes like this: "Wanna be a tree climber, wanna be a tree climber, wanna be a tree climber, wanna be a tree climber, all the way to the top."
A song they wrote Zacchaeus from the Bible, who climbed a tree to see Jesus, because he was very short, which is why the song is very short.
Just a tune I picked up from GH2. The guitar work is something, but it's funny that they would put a so-quick-you-blink-and-it's-over song in with the other regular tracks. Other than that, I know NOTHING about the band.
"Trouble's Always Free," J. Tillman Lenght:1:53
A song whose lyrics are entirely made up of Talking Heads song titles.
"Tryin'" is track #10 on their self-titled album released in 1972. Although it never released as a single, it was the album's shortest song.
Originally hidden as a bonus song on the album Dinosaurchestra, it has since been released to the public. It is indeed about turkeys.
Last track on Side One of their third album, "Elephant's Mountain." Back in the pre-CD days, when albums had sides, it was a simple exhortation to go to Side Two!
From the "Silk Electric" LP. It was the last song on Side A. The song was mostly instrumental, with Diana whispering "Turn me (her record) over."
One of my favorite things about KoRn songs is scating... This song is just perfect..
track 2 off their album Easy Tiger
"Typical Fashion," Love Lost But Not Forgotten Lenght:1:41
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