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A*Teens Slam "The A*Teens will make ya d-d-dance" -At least, they're honest Margaret
Aaron Carter Oh, Aaron It starts out with him trying to get his friends tickets to see the Backstreet Bys. I'm not kidding. Joshua Scott
Ace Frehley Do Ya At the last line of this ELO cover Ace asks her, "Do ya do ya want the Ace?". A hit during 1989-1990. Eighties Kid
Ace Of Base My Mind (Mindless Mix) From the classic "Happy Nation/The Sign" album. Jenny says, "Ace Of Base is in your mind. Io! Dance...". This album scored a lot of hits and is one of the few from the mid 90s that's just sweet cheerful fun. Good but never icky. Jeffy
Adam & the Ants Ant Music In the early 1980's, Adam & the Ants (Adam Ant would later go solo and have a somewhat huge hit in the states titled, "Goody Two Shoes") on their first lp had this little remembered self-promotional tune. Although, it was slightly popular in Britain, it didn't do anything in the states -- although some of use who do remember this wouldn't have mind if Adam and his other ants had been squished for this very vain song.  Peter
Adam Sandler Chanukah Song (Part II) In one line, Adam Sandler mentions "Happy Gilmore", a character he played in a movie of the same name. So technically, he's talking about himself there. Paul Warren
The Adicts ADX medley The Adicts Were shortly known simply as ADX... sherry
Adiemus Adiemus Adiemus is actually a music act created by Welsh composer Karl Jenkins; the first track, which is self-titled, appears on the 1995 album "Adiemus: Songs of Sanctuary." Joe
Alabama My Home's In Alabama Title track from the band's 1980 album Mike
Ali Lohan, featuring Lindsay Lohan Lohan Holiday On Ali Lohan's Christmas CD, "Lohan Holiday". It is not performed live. It isn't very popular if the few reviews of the CD on Amazon.com are any indication. One reviewer cited the song as evidence that "Some people will buy anything". Courtney Jane
Alice Cooper Be My Lover "She asked me why the singer's name was Alice" from Killer Butch
Amy Winehouse Amy Amy Amy Final track on her debut album 'Frank', released in 2003 (long before she became popular in the States, as the U.S. didn't get it for another five years). Quyjibo
Angel Witch Angel Witch From the album Angel Witch. Best known lyrics: "ooh, angel witch, you're an angel wiiitttcch". GlamRockNinjaLord

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