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Song Name
Submittor Name
Madness Madness (Is All In The Mind) From their 1983 album 'The Rise And Fall.' It should not be confused with another song of theirs, simply titled "Madness", from their 1979 debut. nally
Madness Madness Yes, the group best known for "Our House" and "One Step Beyond" also had a self titled song. This one was from their 1979 debut album. It should not be confused with "Madness (Is All In The Mind)", a later track of theirs. nally
Manfred Mann 5-4-3-2-1 One line: "Uh-huh, it was the Manfreds" nally
Manowar Manowar A favorite live show opener. The studio version is on the band's debut album, "Battle Hymns". GlamRockNinjaLord
Mary J. Blige Deep Inside Mary J. Blige basically talk about herself throughout the song by saying "I'm just Mary"! Paul Warren
Metallica Metallica's Whiplash .. We never stop, we never quit, cuz were Metallica captain fart
Mission Of Burma The Ballad Of Johnny Burma A tale of a fictional man, with a name that qualifies this as a vanity song, in my opinion. Gee
Moe Bandy & Joe Stampley Hey Joe, Hey Moe These two solo male country singers teamed up in the late 70s and early 80s for a string of successful hit country songs, which were usually lighthearted and humorous in nature, this being one of them. It's actually a remake of a song titled Hey Joe that was originally recorded by Carl Smith in the early 50s. They recorded it for a duet album they were doing and released it as a single. Boudleaux Bryant who wrote the original Hey Joe, was involved with Bandy and Stampley's version, actually rewriting his song with new lyrics just for them. The song humorously centers on them fighting for the attention of an attractive young woman and which of them will end up with her. Edward
The Monkees Theme from 'The Monkees' (TV Show) From their 1966 debut album titled simply, "The Monkees" Michael E Cormier
Mono Life In Mono Appeared on "Formica Blues", the only album (1997) they would release during their short career. John
Morningwood Nth Degree They spell their name over and over and over throughout the song. ("M-O, M-O-R, M-O-R-N-I-N-G, W-O-O-D") Jonathan S.
Mother Love Bone Capricorn Sister A section of the song that I believe to be the pre-chorus, features the words "Mother Love Bone" Evan
Motley Crue Smokin' In The Boys Room The lyrics go "My buddies Sixx, Mick and Tom" - naming the three other members of Motley Crue. The original version, by Brownsville Station, named the members of *that* band in the corresponding line. Rychendroll
Motorhead Motorhead It's on their self-titled album. Ilya
Mr. Big Mr. Big This is actually a cover of a song by Free (from their 1970 album "Fire & Water"); Mr. Big the band covered it in 1993 for their album "Bump Ahead." Neither version was very popular overall. Joe
Ms. Dynamite Dy-Na-Mi-Tee I'm just Ms. Dynamite eh, he. rok iz kool
Muddy Waters They Call Me Muddy Waters The album is also called "They Call Me Muddy Waters" Ronald Lammers

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