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Songs That Open With Their Titles, B

Performer
 
Song Title
 
Opening Lines
 
Comments & Submittor Name
B Movie Nowhere Girl Nowhere girl, you're living in a dream.  - Brian Kelly
The B-52s Love Shack Hey, you see a painted sign at the side of the road, says "Fifteen miles to the love shack!"  - Brian Kelly
The B-52s Private Idaho You're living in your own private Idaho.  - Brian Kelly
B. J. Thomas  Raindrops Keep Falling On My Head Raindrops keep falling on my head And just like the guy who's feet are too big for his bed, Nothing seems to fit Those, Raindrops are falling on my  The rest of the opening line: "... head, they keep falling". "Raindrops Keep Falling On My Head" gave artist B.J. Thomas the first #1 song of the 1970's, according to Billboard Magazine's HOT 100 charts. "Raindrops Keep Falling On My Head", continuing the hit making ability of writers Hal David and Burt Bacharach into the 1970's, was the #1 song for the four weeks of January 1970. "Raindrops Keep Falling On My Head" was featured in the motion picture, "Butch Cassidy & The Sundance Kid". - Peter
B.B. King Ghetto Woman She's a ghetto woman waitin' for her man to come home  - Candy Welty
B.B. King Blue Shadows Blue shadows fallin' since my baby went away  - Candy Welty
B.B. King The Thrill Is Gone The thrill is gone, the thrill is gone away, the thrill is gone, baby  - Candy Welty
B.B. King Help The Poor Help the poor, won't you help poor me  - Candy Welty
B.J. Thomas I Just Can't Help Believing I just can't help believing when she smiles up soft and gentle  - Candy Welty
B.W. Stevenson My Maria My Maria, don't you know I have come a long, long way  - Candy Welty
Baby Bash Cyclone She moves her body like a cyclone  - Wolfgang59
Baby Washington The Time The time has turned its back on me. The time has no sympathy.  - Lily Orange
Baby Washington Handful Of Memories A handful of memories, that's all that's left of you  - Lily Orange
The Babys Every Time I Think of You Every time I think of you, it always turns out good  - Candy Welty
Bachman-Turner Overdrive Hey You Hey you, you say you wanna change the world  - Candy Welty
Backstreet Boys The Call Let me tell you the story about the call that changed my destiny Yeah the first verse pretty much sets the premise that this song is about cheating. - Celeste
Backstreet Boys Anywhere For You I'd go anywhere for you   - Mads
Backstreet Boys Show Me The Meaning Of Being Loneley Show me the meaning of being loneley  - Mads
Backstreet Boys The One I'll be the one  - Alex
Backstreet Boys Everybody (Backstreet's Back) Everybody rock your body, Everybody rock your body right, Backstreet's back alright. Now that's subtle! - Celeste
Backstreet Boys Don't Want You Back Don't, don't want you back Probably one of the most famous songs opening with its title in the year 2000. - Alex
Backstreet Boys I Wanna Be With You I wanna be with you  - Mads
Backstreet Boys  Incomplete But without you all I'm going to be is incomplete. You know what the song is as soon as they sing that one verse. - Celeste
Bad Religion Broken She said "Thanks, but I'm broken."  - Brian Kelly
Bad Religion A Walk I'm going for a walk.  - Brian Kelly
Badazz Bucks Bucks, bucks, you gotta have bucks  - Candy Welty
Badfinger No Matter What No matter what you are.  - Brian Kelly
Badly Drawn Boy The Way Things Used To Be The way things used to be Well not any more  - Tania WYEP
Baha Men Who Let The Dogs Outs? Who Let The Dogs out, woof woof woof woof  - Steve
The Banana Splits The Very First Kid On My Block I was the very first kid on my block with a broken heart  - Candy Welty
The Bangles In Your Room I love it in your room at night.  - Brian Kelly
The Bangles If She Knew What She Wants If she knew what she wants, he'd be giving it to her.  - Brian Kelly
Barbara & The Uniques There It Goes Again There it goes again, it's my heart speaking to me  - Candy Welty
Barbara Lewis Baby, I'm Yours Baby, I'm yours (baby, I'm yours).  - Peter
Barbara Lyons Little Boy Hey there little boy, whatcha doin' to me?  - Candy Welty
Barbara Mandrell Sleeping Single In A Double Bed Sleeping single in a double bed, thinking over things I wish I'd said  - Candy Welty
Barbara Streisand He Touched Me He touched me / He put his hand near mine and then he touched me  - Candy Welty
Barbara Streisand Stay Away Stay away, leave me alone. Stay away from my door. The song was written by Kim Carnes. - Sheila Oh
Barbara Streisand Who Are You Now? Who are you now, Now that you're mine? "Who Are You Now?" is another song from the "Funny Girl" musical. It is sung by Fanny Brice (Barbra) to her husband Nick Arnstein in a moment of self-awareness when Fanny realizes she doesn't know her newlywed husband as much as she might have thought. - Peter
Barbara Streisand Songbird Songbird sings from the heart  - Sutch
Barbara Streisand My Man  Oh, my man, I love him so. "My Man" is another song from the "Funny Girl" musical. It is sung by Fanny Brice (played by Barbra in both the Broadway and motion picture version). Barbra would win her first Oscar for the 1968 motion picture, but would have to share the win (a rare double Oscar tie) with Katherine Hepburn from "The Lion In Winter". - Peter
Barbara Streisand Where Am I Going? Where am I going? And what will I find? What's in this grab bag that I call my mind?  - Candy Welty
Barbara Streisand People People, People who need people Are the luckiest people in the world  Le Streisand in her prime. Straight from the Broadway production of "Funny Girl". If you don't know what this song is about, Le Streisand spells it out for you four times in the opening line. - Peter
Barbara Streisand Sadie I'm Sadie, Sadie, married lady, Bow when I go by.  "Sadie" is another song from the musical, "Funny Girl". Barbra as Fanny sings the song just after Fanny married Nick Arnstein. - Peter
The Barbarians Are You A Boy Or Are You A Girl Are you a boy or are you a girl? With your long blond hair, you look like a girl  - Candy Welty
Barbra Streisand & Neil Diamond You Don't Bring Me Flowers You don't bring me flowers. You don't sing me love songs. Streisand originally recorded the song as a solo, but re-recording it with Diamond made it a hit. - MOR
Barcode Brothers SMS I'm sending you an SMS  - Mads
Barcode Brothers Dooh Dooh Dooh dooh dooh dooh dooh dooh dooh.  - Mads
Barenaked Ladies If I Had $1,000,000 If I had $1,000,000, I would buy you a house.  - Brian Kelly
Barenaked Ladies Enid Enid, we never really knew each other anyway.  - Brian Kelly
Barenaked Ladies In the Drink I'm in the drink for love. This is only one of the few songs that the Bassist Jim Creegan wrote. - Paul Warren
Barenaked Ladies Jane The girl works at the store, sweet Jane St. Clair.  - Brian Kelly
Barenaked Ladies Old Apartment Broke into the old apartment.  - Brian Kelly
Barenaked Ladies Angry people Thats the problem dear with angry people  - Josh Hefner
Barenaked Ladies One Week It's been one week since you looked at me.  - Brian Kelly
Barlow Girl Mirror Mirror, mirror on the wall...  - Lizzie
Barney Barney is a Dinosaur (Theme Song) Barney is a dinosaur from our imagination I don't even need to explain this one - Drew
Barry Manilow Oh Julie Oh Julie, if you love me truly, do you want me, Julie, to be, to be your very own?  - Candy Welty
Barry Manilow Even Now Even now, when there's someone else who cares  - Candy Welty
Basement Jaxx Breakaway I, I've got to breakaway.  - Brian Kelly
Basshunter Now You're Gone Now you're gone, I realize my love for you was strong The English version of Boten Anna. - Weily Coyote
Basshunter All I Ever Wanted All I ever wanted was to see you smiling. The "English" version of DotA...even though the lyrics have nothing to do with the original. - Weily Coyote
Basshunter Vi Sitter i Ventrilo och Spela Dota Vi sitter här i venten och spelar lite DotA. (I hear you man) A Swedish song about the videogame Warcraft 3: DOTA. - Weily Coyote
Bastille Flaws When all of your flaws and all of my flaws.  - Brian Kelly
Bay City Rollers Saturday Night S-A-T-U-R-D-A-Y Night, S-A-T-U-R-D-A-Y Night, S-A-T-U-R-D-A-Y Night, I'm gonna keep on dancing to the rock n roll on Saturday night; Saturday night. Okay we know that you guys like to go out and party on Saturday night. There's no need to announce it like this. - Celeste
The Beach Boys Bluebirds Over The Mountain Bluebirds over the mountain, seagulls over the sea  - Candy Welty
Beach Boys All I Wanna Do All I wanna do is always bring good to you.  - Brian Kelly
Beach Boys Wouldn't It Be Nice Wouldn't it be nice if we were older, Then we wouldn't have to wait so long. "Wouldn't It Be Nice" was a 1966 top five hit and was from the Beach Boys' historic and very inventive lp, "Pet Sounds". "Pet Sounds" lp by many rock critics is considered the start of modern day rock, since "Pet Sounds" very greatly influenced the Beatles' "Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band" lp a year later. - Peter
Beach Boys That's Not Me I had to prove that I could make it alone now, but that's not me  - Brendan Richards
Beach Boys Catch A Wave Catch a wave and you're sitting on top of the world.  "Catch A Wave" was a summer 1964 top ten hit for the Beach Boys. "Catch A Wave" is about surfing of course. - Peter
Beach Boys I Get Around Round round get around, I get around, Yeah!  - Peter
Beach Boys Barbara Ann Ah, ba ba ba ba Barbara Ann, Ba ba ba ba Barbara Ann. "Barbara Ann" was a #3 party and girls (of course) hit for the Beach Boys from the winter of 1966. - Peter
Beach Boys 409 She's real fine my 409, She's real fine my 409, my 409. "409" was one of the Beach Boys early "car" hits. "409" was a top twenty hit in the summer of 1962. - Peter
Beach Boys Do You Wanna Dance Do you wanna dance and hold my hand, Tell me baby I'm your lover man, Oh baby, do you wanna dance? "Do You Wanna Dance" is a top ten hit from 1962 (and one of their early hits about going to a dance and partying with the girls). - Peter
Beach Boys Surfin'  Surfin' is the only life. "Surfin'" was one of the Beach Boys early attempts at a "Surfin'" hit (didn't make it into the HOT 100) from 1961, but would eventually lead to what would be a top twenty hit in 1962, "Surfin' Safari" and the huge #2 summer 1963 hit, "Surfin' USA! - Peter
Beach Boys In My Room There's a world where I can go and Tell my secrets to In my room, In my room.  "In My Room" was a top twenty hit for the Beach Boys from 1964. - Peter
Beach Boys  Little Deuce Coupe Little deuce coupe, You don't know what I got. "Little Deuce Coupe" was a 1963 top ten hit for the Beach Boys. A car song, about a very much so "muscle car". - Peter
Beastie Boys No Sleep Til Brooklyn No sleep til...Brooklyn. The ellipses represent about ten seconds of guitar riff. - Brian Kelly
Beastie Boys Hey Ladies Hey, ladies in the house. I'm calling out to ya.  - Brian Kelly
Beastie Boys Intergalactic Intergalactic, planetary. Planetary, intergalactic.  - Brian Kelly
Beastie Boys Brass Monkey Brass monkey, that funky monkey.  - Brian Kelly
The Beatles I Call Your Name I call your name, but you're not there Rather rejected for the Fab Four, and the only original track on the EP ''Long Tall Sally''. - Alan the Ottoman
The Beatles Her Majesty Her Majesty's a pretty nice girl, but she doesn't have a lot to say.   - Beegles
The Beatles You Never Give Me Your Money You never give me your money, you only give me you funny papers Love this song!!! - jdizzy
The Beatles Polythene Pam Have you seen Polythene Pam, she's so good looking but she looks like a man.  - Beegles
The Beatles Martha, My Dear Martha, my dear, you have always been my inspiration, please be good to me. Paul McCartney wrote this song about his sheepdog named Martha. - Martha Hankins
The Beatles The Word Say the word and you'll be free, Say the word and be like me. "The Word" in this song taken from the "Rubber Soul" lp was "love". - Peter
The Beatles Because Because the world us round it turns me on Great Song - jdizzy
The Beatles Revolution You say you want a revolution, Well, you know, we all want to change the world. "Revolution" is a Lennon/McCartney tune (although more John). "Revolution" is from the Beatles' "White Album", but was released as the flip side to the Beatles' #1 for nine weeks single, "Hey Jude", and "Revolution" went to #2 on the charts in the fall of 1968. "Revolution" has several different versions, just from the Beatles' themselves. "Revolution" would have a resurgance in popularity (although not the way John had intended) in the late 1980's when the shoe company Nike would use it in their commercials. The fall of 1968 was a heady, but difficult time (with the start of the breakup in evidence), for the Beatles with not only "Hey Jude" and "Revolution" dominating the charts, but also the Beatles first signed on artist to their "Apple" label, Mary Hopkin having her first hit tune (a #2 hit), "Those Were The Days". - Peter
The Beatles Honey Pie Honey Pie, you are making me crazy.  - Banjo!
The Beatles Fixin' a hole I'm fixin' a hole where the rain gets in, and stops my mind from wanderin'. One of the many rock songs with a harpsichord in it. (Now you can see where Paul McCartney is influenced by Brian Wilson!) - Paul Warren
The Beatles She Came In Through The Bathroom Window She came in through the bathroom window, protected by a silver spoon  - jdizzy
The Beatles The Long And Winding Road The long and winding road that leads to your door, Will never disappear I've seen that road before, It always leads me here lead me to your door.  "The Long And Winding Road" is a Lennon/McCartney tune (although more Paul) from the Beatles' "Let It Be" lp. The single of "The Long And Winding Road" along with it's flip (B-side) side tune the George Harrison written tune, "For You Blue" (also on the "Let It Be" lp) would be the final #1 tune for the group the Beatles, for two weeks in June of 1970 (to show how definitive the change in pop music was to be past the final #1 tune of the Beatles, the #1 song to replace the Beatles' "The Long And Winding Road"/ "For You Blue" at that position would be the Jackson Five's "The Love You Save"). "The Long And Winding Road"/ "For You Blue" single would reach #1 six months after the Beatles announced and made official their breakup. - Peter
The Beatles Being for the Benefit of Mr. Kite For the benefit of Mr. Kite, there will be a show tonight on trampoline. Well, the word "being" isn't there, but it's close enough. - Martha Hankins
The Beatles I'm Looking Through You I'm looking through you, where did you go?  - Peter
The Beatles Little Child Little Child, Little Child, Little Child, Won't you dance with me? Says it 3 TIMES!!! - jdizzy
The Beatles While My Guitar Gently Weeps I look at you all see the love there that's sleeping While my guitar gently weeps. "While My Guitar Gently Weeps" was written by George Harrison, and it's mainly him on the guitar as the song suggest and his lead vocals, on this track (from the Beatles' "White Album lp) that is probably the second most popular track written by Harrison after the Beatles' "Something". - Peter
The Beatles Mean Mr. Mustard Mean Mr. Mustard sleeps in the park, shaves in the dark trying to save paper Doesn't make much sense either - jdizzy
The Beatles Paperback Writer Paperback Writer  - Peter
The Beatles Across The Universe Words are flying out like endless rain into a paper cup, They slither while they pass they slip away across the universe. "Across The Universe" is a Lennon/McCartney tune (although more John) from the Beatles' "Let It Be" lp. There were actually two different versions of "Across The Universe" (the only time while the Beatles were still releasing records from, 1962 to 1970 that that happened -- their would be other versions of songs as 45's released during that time that would later be released on lp's -- this is not counting the multi-language recordings from the mid-1960's of many of their hits). One of the versions of "Across The Universe" was an electronic version that was the one released as a single and went to #3 in the spring of 1970. The other version of "Across The Universe" was an acoustic version released on the "Let It Be" lp. Both versions are excellent and but many split hairs on which one is better (I myself like both versions). "Across The Universe" has been recorded and released by many artists, including, but not limited to Fiona Apple in 1998 for the film, "Pleasantville". - Peter
The Beatles If I Needed Someone If I needed someone to love, You're the one that I'd be thinking of, If I needed someone.  "If I Needed Someone" is one of the few early Beatles tune written by and had lead vocals by George Harrison. - Peter
The Beatles Why Don't We Do It In The Road?  Why don't we do it in the road, Why don't we do it in the road, Why don't we do it in the road, Now I really want to know more, Why don't we do it in  The final word in the opening lines: "... road?" "Why Don't We Do It In The Road?" was a Lennon/McCartney tune (although more Paul) from the Beatles' "White Album". - Peter
The Beatles A Hard Day's Night It's been a hard day's night, and I've been working like a dog "A Hard Day's Night" was the theme song from the Beatles' first motion picture. "A Hard Day's Night" was also the Beatles fifth #1 single on the Billboard Magazine's HOT 100 charts. - Peter
The Beatles One After 909 My baby says she's trav'ling on the one after 909. "One After 909" is a Lennon/McCartney tune (although more Paul, but surprisingly it is probably along with "Get Back" the most like the songs of old where Paul and John actually recorded it as written as a seemingly united duo -- part of that was achieved by the influenced by the "fifth" Beatles, Billy Preston who seemed to be able to soothe the demeanor of both Paul and John long enough for them and the other two Beatles -- George and Ringo to act like the group they used to be -- as a their manager the late great Brian Epstein used to be able to do). "One After 909" was also one of the songs that the Beatles performed on the impromptu rooftop concert at the studios of the Abbey Road in London, in February 1969, during the recording of the "Abbey Road" lp -- as detailed in the "Let It Be" film. But the Beatles decided to wait to release the song on the "Let It Be" lp. - Peter
The Beatles What Goes On? What goes on in your heart? "What Goes On?" was another Beatles tune written by Lennon & McCartney, but they gave lead vocals Ringo Starr. - Peter
The Beatles Dear Prudence Dear Prudence, Won't you come out to play, Dear Prudence, Greet the brand new day. "Dear Prudence" is a Lennon/McCartney tune from the 1968 "White Album" (the actual name of the lp was "Beatles" -- but with it being a totally white sleeve for a two disc -- originally in vinyl -- set) lp. - Peter
The Beatles Something Something in the way she moves, attracts me like no other lover.  - Peter
The Beatles Good Night Now it's time to say good night, Good night, sleep tight. "Good Night" is a Lennon/McCartney tune (although more Paul) from the Beatles' "White Album". A matter of fact, "Good Night" was the final tune on the two disc set lp. - Peter
The Beatles Michelle Michelle, ma belle These are words that go together well. "Michelle" is from the Beatles' December 1965 album, "Rubber Soul". The vocalist is Paul McCartney and is generally assumed that Paul wrote most of the lyrics with John Lennon's minimal help. "Michelle" was never released as a single, but is one of the most internationally recognizable Beatles tunes. Supposedly five time Ladies single figure skating world champion (1996, 1998, 2000, 2001 & 2003), nine time U.S. champion figure skater (1996, 1998 - 2005) and 1998 Olympic Silver medalist and 2002 Olympic Bronze medalist, and now U.S. goodwill ambassador, Michelle Kwan was named after the Beatles' tune. - Peter
The Beatles Birthday You say it's your birthday. "Birthday" is a Lennon/McCartney tune (although more Paul) from the Beatles' "White Album". Classic Rock and many Classic Hits and uptempo Easy Listening stations play the Beatles' "Birthday" in saluting someones birthday -- and has sometimes taken over the role that the traditional, "Happy Birthday To You" used to play. - Peter
The Beatles Penny Lane In Penny Lane there is a barber showing photographs of every head he's had the pleasure to know.  Penny Lane is an actual street in Liverpool where the Beatles were from. - Peter
The Beatles I've Got A Feeling  I've got a feeling, a feeling deep inside, oh yeah, oh yeah. "I've Got A Feeling" is a Lennon/McCartney tune (although more John) from the Beatles' "Let It Be" lp. - Peter
The Beatles Nowhere Man He's a real nowhere man, Sitting in his nowhere land, Making all his nowhere plans for nobody.   - Peter
The Beatles Lady Madonna Lady Madonna children at your feet, Wonder how you managed to make end's meet. "Lady Madonna" was a Lennon/McCartney tune that went to #3 on the charts, for the Beatles, in the spring of 1968. But "Lady Madonna" was not released on an lp until the 1970 post-breakup lp, "Hey Jude". - Peter
The Beatles Can't Buy Me Love Can't buy me love, love Can't buy me love  - Peter
The Beatles Here Comes The Sun Here comes the sun, Here comes the sun, And I say, "It's all right". "Here Comes The Sun" is written by George Harrison and is on the Beatles' "Abbey Road" lp. Despite it's cheery message, "Here Comes The Sun" track shows how much the Beatles were in disarray at this point with much of the recording of "Here Comes The Sun" not having all of the Fab Four in the studios -- both John and Paul would miss part of the recording of "Here Comes The Sun". - Peter
The Beatles Love Me Do Love, love me do  Although "Love Me Do" was the first hit the Beatles had in their native Great Britain (1963), it would be a year later when (in spring 1964) before it would be #1 in the states (according to Billboard Magazine's HOT 100 charts). "Love Me Do" was also the only #1 for the Beatles, in the states, that was released as a single NOT on the Capital label, but on the Swan label. Between their third #1, "Can't Buy Me Love" and their fourth #1, "Love Me Do" there was two weeks when Louis Armstrong had the #1 with "Hello, Dolly!" and Mary Wells had the #1 with "My Guy". "Love Me Do" also was #1 for only one week. - Peter
The Beatles I'm So Tired  I'm so tired, I haven't slept a wink, I'm so tired, My mind is on the blink. "I'm So Tired" is another Lennon/McCartney tune from the Beatles' "White Album". Although most of the tunes were written by John and Paul, or at least listed that way, with the "White Album" you can definitely tell which ones were definitely written (and indeed nearly solely performed) by John and which ones were from Paul (unlike most of the rest of previous albums, with a few exceptions). For example, "I'm So Tired" is definitely more of a John Lennon tune. The group going in seperate directions post the death of Brian Epstein was much more in evidence on the "White Album" than it was on the previous lp, "Magical Mystery Tour" -- the breakup was coming. - Peter
The Beatles Hey Jude Hey jude, don't make it bad. Take a sad song and make it better. Remember to let her into your heart, then you can start to make it better.  - Peter
The Beatles Cry Baby Cry Cry baby cry, make your mother sigh. "Cry Baby Cry" is a Lennon/McCartney tune (although more John) from the Beatles' "White Album". - Peter
The Beatles Let It Be When I find myself in times of trouble, mother Mary comes to me, speaking words of wisdom, let it be.   - Peter
The Beatles Lovely Rita Lovely Rita meter maid, Lovely Rita meter maid, Lovely Rita meter maid. "Lovely Rita" is another Lennon and McCartney tune from the "Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band" lp. - Peter
The Beatles Yesterday Yesterday all my trouble seemed so far away Now it looks as though they're here to stay Oh I believe in yesterday   - Peter
The Beatles Two Of Us Two of us riding nowhere Spending somone's hard earned pay. "Two Of Us" is a Lennon/McCartney tune (more Paul) from the Beatles' final lp recorded as a group, "Let It Be". The lp, "Let It Be" was released post the announced winter 1970 breakup of the group. The documentary film of "Let It Be" records very well the recording of the lp, "Let It Be". - Peter
The Beatles Help! Help, I need somebody, Help, not just anybody, Help, you know I need someone Help!  - Peter
The Beatles Sexy Sadie Sexy Sadie what have you done? "Sexy Sadie" is another Lennon/McCartney tune (although more John) from the Beatles' "White Album". - Peter
The Beatles She Loves You She loves you, yeah, yeah, yeah  - Peter
The Beatles Octopus's Garden I'd like to be under the sea In an octopus's garden in the shade. "Octopus's Garden" is the most recognizable tune of the Beatles that was written by Richard Starkey who is more known as Beatles' drummer, Ringo Starr, and also the most recognizable tune that has Ringo on lead vocal (except maybe for "With A Little Help With My Friends" from the Sgt. Pepper lp). Due to it's popularity, many people think that "Octopus's Garden" was released as a single, but they would be wrong -- it wasn't. "Octopus's Garden" was only released as a track on the Beatles next to last recorded as a group lp, "Abbey Road" (released in 1969). "Abbey Road" was a very difficult lp for the Beatles to record as the breakup that was about to occur was very much in evidence and the Beatles wanting to go their separate ways (John Lennon was already recording and going on concert with his Plastic Ono Band). "Abbey Road" had many backlogs in release dates, and Capitol records with the Beatles' "Apple" label being a subsidary of Capitol being happy with the delays. Even the Beatles producer, George Martin would later tell about his unhappiness and consternation about the recording of "Abbey Road". "Abbey Road" was intended by the Beatles to be their final lp, but they found out from executives at Capitol that their contract made them have to record one more lp, and that lp would be the final one, although not released until after they announced the breakup in the winter of 1970, "Let It Be". - Peter
The Beatles Getting Better It's getting better all the time. "Getting Better" is a Lennon and McCartney tune from the Beatles' groundbreaking 1967 lp, "Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band". - Peter
The Beatles Piggies Have you seen the little piggies Crawling in the dirt. "Piggies" is a George Harrison written tune from the Beatles' "White Album". - Peter
The Beatles I Want To Tell You I want to tell you My head is filled with things to say. "I Want To Tell You" is a George Harrison written tune (Harrison also sings lead vocals) from the Beatles' 1966 lp, "Revolver". - Peter
The Beatles Rain  If the rain comes they run and hide their heads, They might as well be dead. "Rain" is another Lennon & McCartney tune from 1966. It was originally the flip side of the Beatles' summer 1966 #1 hit, "Paperback Writer", but "Rain" went to #2 on the charts on it's own. "Rain" wouldn't appear on an lp until 1970, the post-breakup lp, "Hey Jude". - Peter
The Beatles Dr. Robert Ring my friend I said you call Dr. Robert. "Dr. Robert" is another Lennon & McCartney tune from the Beatles' 1966 "Revolver" lp. - Peter
The Beatles And Your Bird Can Sing You tell me that you got everything you want And your bird can sing, But you don't get me, You don't get me! "And Your Bird Can Sing" is another Lennon & McCartney tune from the Beatles' 1966 "Revolver" lp. - Peter
The Beatles Good Day Sunshine Good day sunshine, Good day sunshine, Good day sunshine. "Good Day Sunshine" is a Lennon & McCartney tune from the Beatles' 1966 lp, "Revolver". - Peter
The Beatles I've Just Seen A Face I've just seen a face I can't forget the time or place where we just met, She's just the girl for me and I want all the world to see we've met.  "I've Just Seen A Face" is a Lennon & McCartney tune that currently is included on the Beatles' "Help!" CD (as was originally intended). But "I've Just Seen A Face" first appeared in the U.S. on the Beatles' "Rubber Soul" vinyl lp (that wasn't true in Britian). With "I've Just Seen A Face" also shows that Lennon & McCartney were greatly being influenced by Bob Dylan with it's definite foray into folk-country-rock. - Peter
The Beatles You're Going To Lose That Girl You're going to lose that girl, You're going to lose that girl. "You're Going To Lose That Girl" is from the Beatles' 1965 lp and film, "Help!" - Peter
The Beatles I'll Follow The Sun One day you'll look To see I've gone, For tomorrow may rain, So I'll follow the sun. "I'll Follow The Sun" is another Lennon & McCartney tune from the "Beatles For Sale" lp. - Peter
The Beatles Baby's In Black Oh dear what can I do, Baby's in black and I'm feelin' blue, Tell me oh what can I do. "Baby's In Black" is another Lennon & McCartney tune from the "Beatles For Sale" lp. - Peter
The Beatles I'm A Loser I'm a loser, I'm a loser, And I'm not what I appear to be. "I'm A Loser" is another Lennon & McCartney tune from the "Beatles For Sale" lp. - Peter
The Beatles No Reply This happened once before, When I came to your door, No reply.  "No Reply" is from the Beatles' 1964 Christmas gift lp, "Beatles For Sale". "Beatles For Sale" also contained the 1965 #1 hit, "Eight Days A Week". - Peter
The Beatles I'll Be Back  You know if you break my heart I'll go, But I'll be back again. "I'll Be Back" is yet another Lennon & McCartney tune from the Beatles' 1964 "A Hard Day's Night" lp. Beatlemania was in full swing by this time, worldwide. Even if the Beatles had stopped recording after "A Hard Day's Night", their place in history was already established, as well as that of the songwriting duo of John Lennon & Paul McCartney. But "A Hard Day's Night" was fortunately not the last we'd hear from the group or the duo. - Peter
The Beatles When I Get Home Whoah, whoah, I got a whole lot of things to tell her, when I get home. "When I Get Home" is another Lennon & McCartney tune from the 1964, "A Hard Day's Night lp. - Peter
The Beatles Any Time At All  Any time at all, any time at all, All you've gotta do is call, and I'll be there.  "Any Time At All" is another Lennon & McCartney tune from the Beatles' "A Hard Day's Night" 1964 lp. - Peter
The Beatles Tell Me Why Tell me why you cried, And why you lied to me. "Tell Me Why" is another Lennon & McCartney tune from the Beatles' "A Hard Day's Night" 1964 lp. - Peter
The Beatles If I Fell If I fell in love with you Would you promise to be true And help me understand. Another tune from the Beatles' "A Hard Day's Night" lp. - Peter
The Beatles I Should Have Known Better  I should have known better with a girl like you, That I would love ev'rything that you do, And I do, Hey, hey, hey, And I do. "I Should Have Known Better" was another Lennon & McCartney tune from the Beatles' "A Hard Day's Night" soundtrack 1964 lp. - Peter
The Beatles I Wanna Be Your Man I wanna be your lover, babe, I wanna be your man. "I Wanna Be Your Man" is another song written by Lennon & McCartney from the Beatles' 1963' second lp, "With The Beatles". "I Wanna Be Your Man" would later be covered by the Rolling Stones (with Mick Jagger's snears fitting in perfectly with this tune), and the Stones would have the bigger hit with the tune. - Peter
The Beatles It Won't Be Long It won't be long yeh, yeh, yeh It won't be long yeh, yeh, yeh It won't be long yeh, yeh Till I Belong to you. "It Won't Be Long" was from the Beatles' second lp, 1963's "With The Beatles", and was showing how Lennon & McCartney were progressing as songwriters. All tunes on "With The Beatles" were written by John & Paul, unlike the debut lp. Beatlemania was in full swing in Britian and Europe and starting up in Japan, the states were about to come under Beatlemania. - Peter
The Beatles Misery You've been treating me bad, misery. "Misery" was the opening tune from the Beatles' 1963 debut lp, "Please Please Me". - Peter
Bebe Rexha Me Myself and I It's just me myself and I  - CJ
Beck Dreams Come on out of your dreams.  - Brian Kelly
Beck High 5 (Rock The Catskills) High 5...High 5...High 5... High 5...  - Mickey D.
Beck Novacane Keep on truckin' like a novacane hurricane Nurse, where's that novacane? Not now...**mumbling cry** - Mickey D.
The Bee Gees Massachusetts Feel I'm goin' back to Massachusetts. One of their early hits. - MOR
The Bee Gees I Started A Joke I started a joke which started the whole world crying  - Candy Welty
The Bee Gees Too Much Heaven Nobody gets too much heaven no more, It's much harder to come by, I'm waiting in line. It took a year (December 1977) from the release of the Bee Gees' "Night Fever" (the last #1 song from the group from the "Saturday Night Fever" soundtrack) to "Too Much Heaven" (December 1978). That was the longest time since their release of "How Can You Mend A Broken Heart" (1971) to "Jive Talkin'" (1975) for the Brothers Gibb. "Too Much Heaven" the first of three #1's for the group in 1979 culled from the "Spirits Having Flown" lp (the other two were "Tragedy" and "Love You Inside Out") was also a throwback to the group's days of MOR/ easy listening material. - Peter
The Bee Gees Jive Talkin'  It's just your jive talkin', You're telling me lies, yeah!  So started the disco era for the Bee Gees. Unlike what the Bee Gees released before and become known for (soft ballads, MOR), "Jive Talkin'" released in 1975 was the first of many disco songs for the Brothers Gibb. It went to #1 in the fall of 1975, and was an instant Disco classic. - Peter
Belinda Carlisle Heaven Is A Place On Earth Ooh, baby, do you know what that's worth? Ooh, heaven is a place on earth.  - Vic George
Belinda Carlisle Mad About You I'm mad about you. You're mad about me.  - Brian Kelly
Belouis Some Some People Some people dance cheek to cheek.  - Brian Kelly
Ben E. King They Don't Give Medals (To Yesterday's Heroes) Oh they don't give medals to yesterday's heroes 'cause yesterday's over and I've got to live for today  - Alyssa Jayne
Ben Folds Five Army Well, I thought about the army.  - Brian Kelly
Bernadette Carroll Party Girl Party girl. I made up my mind what I'm gonna do. I'm gonna go out and find somebody new.  - Candy Welty
Bernie Early Your Kisses Kill Me Oh, your kisses kill me. What a wonderful way to die.  - Claire Grayson
Bert Sommer We're All Playing In The Same Band We're all playing in the same band. There's enough guitars for you and me.  - Candy Welty
Bette Midler From A Distance From a distance, the world looks green and blue.  - Brian Kelly
Better Than Ezra Juarez Worn out in Juarez. Juarez, New Mexico. - Brian Kelly
Better Than Ezra One More Murder One more murder in this town.  - Brian Kelly
Better Than Ezra All In All in, all in, you got me all in. They seem to be limited to one an album. - Brian Kelly
Better Than Ezra Rosealia Where have you gone, my Rosealia?  - Brian Kelly
Better Than Ezra WWOZ WWOZ is on the stereo.  - Brian Kelly
Betty Garde & Ralph Riggs The Farmer And The Cowman Oh, the farmer and the cowman should be friends Oh, the farmer and the cowman should be friends.  "The Farmer And The Cowman" is another song from Rodgers & Hammerstein's "Oklahoma!" Although considered a chorus tune, "The Farmer And The Cowman"'s first line is sung by two characters Aunt Eller and Andrew, and the first thespians to play those two characters back in 1943 were Betty Garde and Ralph Riggs. "The Farmer And The Cowman" also place the musical "Oklahoma!" as taking place sometime during the last decade of the 19th Century (1890's), even if nothing else about the musical did, during a time when the farmer and the cowman were fighting each other over land. - Peter
Betty Johnson I'll Wait I'll wait till the end of all time if need be  - Candy Welty
Betty Johnson I Want Eddie Fisher For Christmas I want Eddie Fisher for Christmas  - Candy Welty
Beverly Ann Gibson A Three Dollar Bill A three dollar bill, if you've ever seen one  - Candy Welty
Beyonce Single Ladies (Put a Ring on it) All the single ladies...  - Dongquan
Beyonce If I Were a Boy If I were a boy, I think I could understand....  - Dongquan
Big Star Dream Lover You're a dream lover and I'm never gonna let you go  - Candy Welty
BIGBANG Beautiful Hangover Kimi wa my beautiful hangover, hangover, yeah  - J.
BIGBANG Follow Me Follow me, follow me, follow me  - J.
BIGBANG Still Alive I'm still alive  - J.
BIGBANG Thank You & You I'm fine, thank you and you  - J.
BIGBANG Somebody To Love Somebody to love (can you hear me), I want somebody to love  - J.
BIGBANG & 2NE1 Lollipop Lolli-lolli, oh, lollipop  - J.
Bill Deal & The Rhondels May I May I, may I, may I have your love, may I be your boy  - Candy Welty
Bill Haley & His Comets (We're Gonna) Rock Around The Clock 1, 2, 3 o'clock, 4 o'clock rock, 5, 6, 7 o'clock, 8 o'clock rock, 9, 10, 11 o'clock, 12 o'clock rock, We're gonna rock around the clock tonight. Although there had been rock 'n' roll charting tunes since the late 1940's ("Rocket 88"), the first #1 rock 'n' roll record on Billboard Magazine's Hot 100 charts was Bill Haley & His Comets' version of "(We're Gonna) Rock Around The Clock". The song was #1 in the summer of 1955 on the Billboard charts, and set into motion the whole rock 'n' roll era of music. It had a slow ride to chart hit and later cult status. It was written by Max C. Freedman & James E. Myers (as Jimmy DeKnight) back in late 1952 originally as "(We're Gonna) Rock Around The Clock Tonight". It was recorded first by Sonny Dee & the Knights in 1953, but that version didn't get very far. Later it was heard by Bill Haley and Decca record producer, Milt Gabler who decided to record it with the Comets on April 12, 1954. Gabler and Haley released the tune as the B-side of a song entitled, "Thirteen Women (And Only One Man In Town)" and it nearly died an early chart death (didn't even chart in 1954 when it was released in May of that year). If it had not been for the fact that a young man named Peter Ford had bought the record for his collection the song might have gone into obscurity. Peter Ford was the son of actor Glenn Ford and Glenn Ford had been cast along with dancer Eleanor Powell to star in the teen centered drama, "Blackboard Jungle" in 1955. Glenn heard Peter's record and then took the record to the producers of "Blackboard Jungle" and Bill Haley & His Comets' version of "(We're Gonna) Rock Around The ClocK" was chosen as the film's theme song, where it helped move the song to #1 for eight weeks during the summer of 1955. In 1956 there would be a movie with the same title released with Bill Haley as the star. Bill Haley would re-record the tune in 1968 and meet with moderate success. "(We're Gonna) Rock Around The Clock" would further cement it's lofty status in rock 'n' roll when ABC's new hit comedy series, "Happy Days" (about nostalgia for the 1950's) would incorporate the tune (by Bill Haley) as the original theme song (first two seasons). - Peter
Bill Medley and Jennifer Warnes (I've Had) The Time Of My Life Now I've had the time of my life.  - Larcen Tyler
Bill Withers Ain't No Sunshine Ain't no sunshine when she's gone. It's not warm when she's away.  - Candy Welty
Billy & Lillie Lucky Ladybug Lucky ladybug, lucky ladybug! A lucky ladybug! Ladybug, silver dollar, rabbit's foot, with a four-leaf clover and a horseshoe  - Candy Welty
Billy Idol Cradle Of Love Rock the cradle of love.  - Brian Kelly
Billy J. Kramer & the Dakotas Little Children Little children, you better not tell on me The fall 1964 top five hit, "Little Children" was a hit for an early British Invasion group, Billy J. Kramer & the Dakotas who became as popular as the Beatles in Britain but didn't have the staying power here in the states. - Peter
Billy Joe Royal Down In The Boondocks Down in the boondocks Down in the boondocks People put me down 'cause That's the side of town I was born in A fall 1965 hit. - Peter
Billy Joel Hey Girl Hey girl, I want you to know, I'm gonna miss you so much if you go Originally done by Freddy Scott in 1963. - Mickey D.
Billy Joel Light As The Breeze She stands before you naked, you can see it, you can taste it, but she comes to you light as the breeze The final track off of 1997's "Greatest Hits Vol. III" - Mickey D.
Billy Joel Allentown And we're living here in Allentown.  - Brian Kelly
Billy Joel If I Only Had The Words (To Tell You) If I only had the words to tell you, if I only had the time to understand Back in grade school on a Halloween day, when I was in third grade, I sang rest of the song to myself, when me and the schoolmates (are in costumes) walked in line one by one, around the walking square, during the party event in the gymnasium. - Mickey D.
Billy Joel The Downeaster Alexa Well, I'm on the Downeaster Alexa. Named for his daughter, Alexa Ray Joel. - Brian Kelly
Billy Joel Lullabye (Goodnight My Angel) Goodnight my angel, time to close your eyes, and save these questions for another day The seventh track off of 1993's "River of Dreams". - Mickey D.
Billy Joel The Longest Time Oh. Oh. Oh. For the longest time.  - Brian Kelly
Billy Joel Angry Young Man There's a place in the world for the angry young man, with his working class ties and his radical plans An angry young man is like God Almighty. - Mickey D.
Billy Joel The Entertainer I am the entertainer.  - Brian Kelly
Billy Joel Laura Laura calls me in the middle of the night, passes on her painful information The first track off of 1982's "The Nylon Curtain", recorded live for his 2006 lp "12 Gardens Live" (which the "12 Gardens" version was transposed down half a key). - Mickey D.
Billy Joel Uptown Girl Uptown girl, she's been living in her uptown world.  - Brian Kelly
Billy Joel You Look So Good To Me Ah, you look so good to me No comments. - Mickey D.
Billy Joel She's Got A Way She's got a way about her.  - Brian Kelly
Billy Joel Pressure You'll have to learn to pace yourself, pressure The third track and the first single off of 1982's "The Nylon Curtain". - Mickey D.
Billy Joel State of Grace There you go, slipping away into the state of grace "Slipping away" sounds like going down the waterslide. - Mickey D.
Billy Joel You Can Make Me Free You can make me free, you can make me smile, you can make me be, like a little child Dreaming of the world. - Mickey D.
Billy Joel Streetlife Serenader Streelife serenader, never sang on stages, needs no orchestration, melody comes easy According to the album title, "Streetlife Serenader" minus the "r" at the very end. - Mickey D.
Billy Joel Careless Talk Careless talk, that's what they say about me Ay-yi-yi! What are you doing? - Mickey D.
Billy Joel Roberta Roberta, you say you'd know me The song sounds like the given name of the soulster Roberta Flack. - Mickey D.
Billy Joel Shameless Well I'm shameless, when it comes of loving you Originally for "Storm Front". And has also has been redone by Garth Brooks for "Ropin' The Wind" lp. - Mickey D.
Billy Joel James James, we were always friends, from our childhood days James, the nicknames are known as "Jim," "Jimmy," "Jimi," "Jimbo," "The Jimster," "Jimmy Boy," "Jimmy Crack KoRn and I don't care" - Mickey D.
Billy Joel Where's The Orchestra? Where's the orchestra? Wasn't this supposed to be a musical? Here I am in the balcony, how the hell could I have missed the overture? lol - Mickey D.
Billy Joel Los Angelenos Los Angelenos, all come from somewhere, to live in sunshine, their funky exile "Los Angelenos" is Spanish for "the angels" - Mickey D.
Billy Lemmons Six Packs A Day It takes six packs a day to see me through  - Candy Welty
Billy Paul Me And Mrs. Jones Me and Mrs. Jones, we got a thing going on.  - Reggie Pillbox
Billy Squier Lonely Is The Night Lonely is the night when you find yourself alone.  - Brian Kelly
Billy Squier Big Beat I got the big beat.  - Brian Kelly
Billy Stewart How Nice It Is How nice it is to be back home  - Candy Welty
Billy Stewart Sitting In The Park Sitting in the park waitin' for hooo-hoo-hoo-hoo sha-la  - Candy Welty
Billy Vera and the Beaters At This Moment What did you think I would do at this moment?  - Brian Kelly
Billy Walker Gone Gone, our endless love ended in tears, though I loved you so much  - Candy Welty
Billy Williams Got A Date With An Angel Got a date with an angel, got to meet her at seven  - Candy Welty
Bing Crosby Moonlight Becomes You Moonlight becomes you. It goes with your hair.  - Candy Welty
Bing Crosby Around The World Around the world I searched for you. I traveled on when hope was gone to keep a rendezvous.  - Candy Welty
Bing Crosby Dear Hearts And Gentle People I love those dear hearts and gentle people who live in my home town  - Candy Welty
Birdlegs & Pauline & Their Versatility Birds Spring I feel that spring is comin' on. I feel it all in my bones.  - Candy Welty
Bishop Briggs River Like a river. (x6)  - Brian Kelly
Bjork Human Behaviour If you ever get close to a human and human behaviour  - Larcen Tyler
Bjork I Miss You I miss you, but I haven't met you yet  - Mattias
Bjork Earth Intruders We are the earth intruder  - Mattias
Bjork Declare Independence declare independence, don't let them do that to you  - Mattias
Bjork Come To Me Come to me, I will take care of you  - Mattias
Bjork I See Who You Are I see who you are, behind the skin and the muscles  - Mattias
Bjork Pleasure Is All Mine The pleasure is all mine  - Mattias
Bjork One Day One day, it will happen  - Mattias
Bjork Where Is The Line Where is the line with you?  - Mattias
Bjork The Modern Things All the modern things, like cars and such  - Mattias
Black Eyed Peas Hey Mama Hey mama, this that beat that make you groove, mama  - Wolfgang59
Black Eyed Peas Shut Up Shut up, just shut up, shut up!  - Larcen Tyler
Black Eyed Peas Don't Phunk With My Heart No no no no, don't phunk wit my heart  - Alex
Black Keys Fever Fever, where'd you run to?  - Brian Kelly
Black Keys Little Black Submarines Little black submarines. Operator please.  - Brian Kelly
Black Oak Arkansas Jim Dandy It's my Jim Dandy! Jim Dandy to the rescue, Jim Dandy to the rescue  - Candy Welty
Black Veil Brides In The End In the end as you fade into the night  - Nurul
Blackbird Blackbird  Blackbird singing in the dead of the night.  "Blackbird" was a Lennon/McCartney tune (although definitely more Paul than John) from the Beatles' "White Album". "Blackbird" also highlighted the work of the first musician brought in as just about the fifth Beatle -- and that would be Billy Preston on keyboards. Billy Preston would a matter of fact record a version of the tune in 1973. - Peter
Blink 182 All Of This With all of this I know now.  - Brian Kelly
Blink 182 Violence like violence you have me forever and after.  - michele
Blink 182 Pathetic I know I'm pathetic, I knew when she said it From their album "Dude Ranch" - RevengeFromMars YouTube
Blink 182 All The Small Things All the small things.  - Brian Kelly
Blink 182 Don't Leave Me Don't leave me all alone From their album "Enema of the State" - RevengeFromMars YouTube
Blink 182 First Date In my car, I just can't wait to pick you up on our very first date.  - Brian Kelly
Bloc Party I Still Remember I, I still remember / How you looked that afternoon True blue "opens with title". It works well for them here. - Alex
Blondie The Tide Is High The tide is high, But I'm holding on. The third #1 for Blondie was released in the fall of 1980 (it was #1 song for two weeks in January 1981) and was taken from the "Autoamerican" album (the slightly later #1 hit "Rapture" would also be taken from this album). It was actually a remake of a minor 1967 UK hit by the Jamiacan group The Paragons (John Holt the lead singer of The Paragons wrote the song). The all female group, Atomic Kitten would have a 2002 UK hit with "The Tide Is High" which was more pop than Blondie's version, but much of Atomic Kitten's version is borrowed from Blondie's version. - Peter
Blondie Heart Of Glass Once I had a love and it was gas, Soon turned out had a heart of glass. "Heart Of Glass" was the group, Blondie's first #1 single back in 1979. Although, it was a #1 tune, it was met with much controversy. Up until the release of this tune that blended both the popular at the time, disco, with the less popular but rock critics darling punk and the up and coming new wave, no punk or new wave group would attempt what Blondie had done. A matter of fact, it was seemingly a hard and fast rule that no group with it's roots in punk (and with punk audiences, it was sort of considered a sacrilege amonst punk artists and fans) would ever attempt a disco tune. Blondie though decided to go ahead and do so, and obviously did quite well with mixing the genres. Unfortunately for a while it seemed to alienate them from the punk fans that had originally supported them. But Blondie was paving the way for the more popular new wave of the early 1980's and alternative rock sounds of the 1990's and beyond with "Heart Of Glass" and adventually even the hardcore punk fans of the time would realize that Blondie was onto something that needed to be done. The song and the originally "studio performance" (they weren't even performing though and were lip synching to the recording -- and that is obvious) video was released on the "Parallel Lines" album back in the fall of 1978. When it started to become more popular on disco dance floors, the group Blondie cut another video of "Heart Of Glass" (with the sound improved) that is a very historic look at the night life of New York city in the late 1970's. The second video starts with a very cool aerial camera nighttime view of the World Trade Center (destroyed on 9/11/2001). It then scans over some of the city streets, including passing by "The Ed Sullivan Theatre", and then takes us inside of the old "Studio 54" Disco where Blondie is onstage "performing" (again if you take a close look they are not performing, since they are playing with their instruments and a disco ball and the electric guitars, keyboards, drums and even lead singer Debbie Harry's microphone is not plugged in, and there was also no audience in the video -- "Studio 54" was actually closed for the shooting of the video). After Blondie performs the tune, and Debbie Harry sings her last note, there was one last nighttime aerial shot of the World Trade Center. - Peter
Blondie One Way Or Another One way or another, I'm gonna find ya'.  - Peter
Blood on the Dance Floor Believe Believe in me, when you feel like you're losing all your hopes and dreams.  - Brian Kelly
Blood, Sweat & Tears Lucretia Mac Evil Lucretia Mac Evil, little girl, what's your game?  - Candy Welty
Blood, Sweat & Tears Hi-De-Ho Hi-de-ho, hi-de-hi, gonna get me a piece of the pie  - Candy Welty
Bloodstone Outside Woman 'Cause you're the outside woman, don't feel bad, don't cry  - Lily Orange
Blue October Dirt Room I'm like a ghost; I'll be livin' in a dirt room...  - Jonathan S.
Blur Beetlebum Beetlebum, what you done.  - Brian Kelly
Bo Donaldson & The Heywoods Special Someone Let me be your special someone  - Candy Welty
Bob Dylan Time Passes Slowly Time passes slowly up here in the mountains  - Sutch
Bob Dylan Lay Lady Lay Lay, lady, lay/Lay across my big brass bed  - Jake
Bob Luman Precious Precious little darling, you are meant for me to love  - Candy Welty
Bob Marley Chances Are Chances are we're gonna leave now.  - Brian Kelly
Bob Seger & The Silver Bullet Band Katmandu I think I'm goin' to Katmandu. That's really, really where I'm going to.  - Opie M.
Bobby Bland Ain't No Love In The Heart Of The City Ain't no love in the heart of the city. Ain't no love in the heart of town.  - Candy Welty
Bobby Bland Good Time Charlie They call me Good Time Charlie, playboy with a whole lotta soul  - Candy Welty
Bobby Bland These Hands (Small But Mighty) With these hands, small but mighty, I'll do most anything for you  - Candy Welty
Bobby Bland Chains Of Love Chains of love tied my heart to you. Chains of love made me feel so blue.  - Candy Welty
Bobby Bland I Pity The Fool I pity the fool, I said I pity the fool. Whoa, I pity the fool, I said I pity the fool that falls in love with you and expects you to be true.  - Candy Welty
Bobby Bland Cry Cry Cry Cry, cry, cry, cry, that's what I want you to do  - Candy Welty
Bobby Bland Blind Man Blind man standing on the corner, crying out the blues  - Candy Welty
Bobby Bland Yield Not To Temptation Yield not to temptation, woah, my love, while I'm away  - Candy Welty
Bobby Bland Black Night Black night is falling. Oh, how I hate to be alone.  - Candy Welty
Bobby Darin Splish splash Splish splash I was taking a bath long about a Saturday night  - Peter
Bobby Darin Beyond The Sea Somwhere beyond the sea, somewhere waiting for me, my lover stands on golden sands  - Candy Welty
Bobby Hebb Sunny Sunny, yesterday my life was filled with rain. "Sunny" was the biggest hit of Bobby Hebb's (born Robert Von Hebb in Nashville, Tennessee on July 26, 1941) career as a solo r&b/pop artist. "Sunny" went into the top five in Billboard's HOT 100 charts in the spring of 1966. Considered somewhat of an irony song, "Sunny" was written by Hebb on November 23, 1963 the day of President John F. Kennedy's assassination and the knifing death of Bobby's older brother, Harold (who he used to have song and dance team with) outside a Nashville nightclub. The international success of "Sunny" gained Hebb the right to be the only North American act to open for the Beatles during the Beatles' 1966 worldwide tour when it came to the U.S. that summer. "Sunny" has also been re-recorded many times and is listed as one of the top 25 tunes of the Rock 'n' Roll era. Although it might appear that "Sunny"'s success means that Bobby Hebb is a one-hit wonder, that isn't true, although he never had that kind of success on the pop charts, Hebb still had plenty of success on the r&b/soul charts. - Peter
Bobby Rydell Wild One Oh wild one, I'm-a gonna tame you down  - Candy Welty
Bobby Rydell Forget Him (Forget him, forget him) Forget him if he doesn't love you. Forget him if he doesn't care.  - Candy Welty
Bobby Sherman Together Again Together again, me and myself  - Candy Welty
Bobby Sherman Little Woman Hey little woman, please make up your mind  - Candy Welty
Bobby Vee Come Back When You Grow Up  Come back when you grow up, girl. "Come Back When You Grow Up" was the last top ten hit for Bobby Vee and had the unusual distinction of being Bobby Vee's song hit to be in the top ten post the Beatles success in America -- in 1965. - Peter
Bobby Vee Charms Pretty charms, pretty little charms, see how they sparkle in the Sun  - Candy Welty
Bobby Vee One Last Kiss One last kiss, one last kiss, give me one last kiss. "One Last Kiss" is somewhat prophetic. "One Last Kiss" is prophetic in many ways since it was Bobby Vee's last top twenty hit before the Beatles were to start the British Invasion -- as what would happen to many American artists. A matter of fact unlike his previous hit from the summer of 1963 (with "One Last Kiss" being it's followup in the winter of 1964), the #3 hit, "The Night Has A Thousand Eyes" it got stalled and may have gotten stalled on the charts thanks to the Beatles. - Peter
Bobby Vee Sweet Sweetheart You're a sweet sweetheart, you've been a real good friend  - Brianna Spilk
Bobby Vee Devil Or Angel Devil or angel, I can't make up my mind Which one you are I'd like to wake up and find. "Devil Or Angel" was a top ten hit for Bobby Vee that predates his #1 hit "Take Good Care Of My Baby". "Devil Or Angel" went into the top ten in the fall of 1960. - Peter
Bobby Vee Be True To Yourself Be true to yourself and you'll always be true to me.  - Candy Welty
Bobby Vee Rubber Ball Rubber ball, I come bouncin' back to you Rubber ball, I come bouncin' back to you hoo-ah-ooh-ooh.  "Rubber Ball" is a top ten hit for Bobby Vee from the fall of 1961. - Peter
Bobby Vee What Do You Want? What do you want if you don't want money  - Brianna Spilk
Bobby Vee Take Good Care Of My Baby My tears are fallin' cause you've taken her away And though it really hurts me so There's something that I've got to say, "Take good care of my baby"  The baby is sung drawn out by Bobby Vee as "ba-a-a-by". "Take Good Care Of My Baby" was the first and only #1 tune for Bobby Vee (born Robert Thomas Velline in Fargo, North Dakota on April 30, 1943) in the spring of 1961. Bobby Vee is a teen idol that had the rare distinction of lasting much longer in his career than most of his peers. (He still tours today, despite having three song and a daughter). Vee got his start on the evening of February 2, 1959 as the opening act in the final Clear Lake, Iowa concert for Buddy Holly, Richie Valens and Big Bopper before the famous plane crash that killed the three of them. One of the keys to Vee's staying power was using the songwriting talents available at the Brill Building in New York, a matter of fact "Take Good Care Of My Baby" is from the husband and wife team of Gerry Goffin and Carole King -- yes, that would be the Carole King who would later go successfully solo with the hit lp, "Tapestry" in 1971. Bobby Vee has been recognized by the Rockabilly Hall Of Fame for his contributions to pop/rock music. - Peter
Bobby Vee Run To Him If you've found another guy who Satisfies you more than I do Run to him. "Run To Him" is a 1962 top five hit for Bobby Vee. - Peter
Bobby Vee Sharing You  Sharing you, I know I'm sharing you. "Sharing You" was a top 15 hit in 1961 that was Bobby Vee's follow-up to his #1 hit "Take Good Care Of My Baby". "Sharing You" also shares "Take Good Care Of My Baby" songwriters, Gerry Goffin and Carole King. Despite "Sharing You" stalling at #15, Bobby Vee would come back shortly with another Top Ten hit. - Peter
Bobby Vinton Blue Velvet Blue velvet, whoa, whoa, she wore blue velvet  - Candy Welty
Bobby Vinton Just As Much As Ever Just as much as ever I need you and want you to be here  - Candy Welty
Bon Jovi Bad Medicine Your love is like bad medicine, bad medicine is what I need. From his 1988 New Jersey album. - Vic George
Bon Jovi You Give Love A Bad Name Shot through the heart, and you're to blame; darlin', you give love a bad name. From his 1986 Slippery When Wet album. - Vic George
Bond When You're Up, You're Up When you're up, you're up, and when you're down, you're down. When you're feelin' low, I'll be around 'round.  - Candy Welty
Boney M A Woman Can Change A Man A woman can change a man if she loves him the way that I'm in love with you  - Alyssa Jayne
Boney M. Take the Heat off Me Take the heat off me, please take the heat off me. Yes i'm burnin'.  - Sam Gillman
Bonnie Tyler It's A Heartache It's a heartache, nothing but a heartache  - B1982
Boots Walker They're Here They're here, they are, they are, they are, they're here, they really are  - Candy Welty
Boston Don't Look Back Don't look back, a new day is breakin'  - Sutch
Boy George The Crying Game I know all there is to know about the crying game. "The Crying Game" is a song written by Geoff Stephens, and first released by Dave Berry in July 1964. It reached #5 in the UK Singles Chart. The song was covered by Boy George in 1992 as the theme to the Neil Jordan movie, The Crying Game. Produced by the Pet Shop Boys, it turned out to be his last major hit single, reaching #22 on the UK Singles Chart, #15 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart in the U.S. and #1 in Canada. In addition the song has been covered by artists such as Brenda Lee, The Associates, Kylie Minogue, Percy Sledge, Chris Spedding, Blue System, and crooner Alex Moore. - Vic George
Brad Paisley Find Yourself When you find yourself, in some far off place... From the Cars soundtrack - AC
Brand New Jesus Jesus Christ, that's a pretty face The has already been posted, but the lyrics were wrong. - Alex
Brand New Jesus Christ Jesus Christ has a pretty face...  - Tom
Brandy Baby Baby, baby, baby, baby, don't you know that you're so fine Opens right with the title...not once, not twice...but 4 times! - Tim
Bread I Use The Soap I use the soap to wash the dirt off my face  - Yvette Bristle
Bread If If a picture paints a thousand words then why can't I paint you  - JD
Bread Aubrey And Aubrey was her name, a not so very ordinary girl or name  - Candy Welty
Bread Guitar Man Who draws a crowd and plays so loud? Baby, it's the guitar man. Only that JD missed this from Bread. - JC
Bread Baby I'm a Want You Baby I'm a Want You Baby I'm a Need You  - JD
Breaking Benjamin You Fight Me You fight me, flat on my lonely face I fell. Finding in the end, I live well.  - Corey Larson
Breaking Benjamin Breakdown Breakdown....  - Corey Larson
Brenda Holloway Operator Operator, operator, I'm so glad that you rang my phone  - Candy Welty
Brenda Holloway When I'm Gone What are you gonna do when I'm gone? Whose shoulder are you gonna cry on?  - Candy Welty
Brenda Holloway Every Little Bit Hurts Every little bit hurts. Every little bit hurts. Every night I cry; every night I sigh.  - Candy Welty
Brenda Lee Rockin' Around The Christmas Tree Rockin' around the Christmas tree  - Peter
Brenda Lee Alone With You To be alone with you, oh just, just we two  - Claire Grayson
Brenda Lee I'm Sorry I'm sorry, so sorry That I was such a fool  - Peter
Brenda Lee Just A Little Umm, just a little, just a little, just a little. Don't you love me just a little?  - Claire Grayson
Brenda Lee Break It To Me Gently Break it to me gently. Let me down the easy way.  - Candy Welty
Brenda Lee Emotions Emotions, what are you doin'  - Claire Grayson
Brenda Lee Fool #1 Am I fool number 1 or am I fool number 2? How many other girls have been fooled by you?  - Candy Welty
Brenda Lee I'm Learning About Love I'm learning 'bout love, got the book by my side  - Claire Grayson
Brenda Lee All Alone Am I All alone am I ever since your goodbye  - Candy Welty
Brenda Lee Speak To Me Pretty Speak to me pretty, ah, speak to me nice  - Claire Grayson
Brenda Lee Think Think before you leave me for somebody new  - Claire Grayson
Brenda Lee I Wonder I wonder, my little darling, where can you be this moonlit night  - Claire Grayson
Brenda Lee Here Comes That Feelin' Here comes that feelin' again, and it ain't right  - Claire Grayson
Brenda Lee Your Used To Be Your used to be, that's me, that's me  - Claire Grayson
Brenda Lee Truly, Truly, True Truly truly, truly true. Do I love you? Truly I do.  - Claire Grayson
Brenda Lee When You Loved Me When you loved me, you took the stars down from the skies  - Claire Grayson
Brenda Lee Thanks A Lot Thanks, thanks a lot. I've got a broken heart; that's all I've got.  - Claire Grayson
Brenda Lee Ride, Ride, Ride (Ride, ride ride. Ride, ride, ride) If you don't want me, baby  - Claire Grayson
Brenda Lee Coming On Strong Coming on strong, coming on strong, I can feel the heartache coming on strong.  - Claire Grayson
Brenda Lee Is It True Is it true, the talk that's goin' around the town?  - Claire Grayson
Brenda Lee Dum Dum Dum dum, a deedely dum  - Claire Grayson
Brewer & Shipley One Toke Over The Line One toke over the line sweet Jesus, one toke over the line. Sittin' downtown in a railway station, one toke over the line Actually had two more hits on the Billboard charts ("Tarkio Road" and "Shake Off The Demon"). But Brewer & Shipley are considered a one-hit wonder because "One Toke Over The Line" was so successful. - Christopher Cross My Heart And Bob Hope To Die
Brian Doerksen Come, Now Is The Time To Worship Come, now is the time to worship.  - Vic George
Brian Hyland Run, Run, Look And See Run, run, look and see. Run, run, look and see. I thought I saw you yesterday. I could have sworn you'd passed my way.  - Candy Welty
Brian Hyland Holiday For Clowns There should be a holiday for clowns  - Candy Welty
Brian Hyland I'm Afraid To Go Home I'm afraid to go home, I'm afraid to go home, worries on my mind, afraid of what I'll find  - Candy Welty
Broken Social Scene Lover's Spit All these people drinking lover's spit
They sit around and clean their face with it
  - Opie M.
The Brooklyn Bridge Featuring Johnny Maestro Blessed Is The Rain Blessed is the rain that falls on me  - Candy Welty
Brooks and Dunn A Man This Lonely A man this lonely
A man this blue
  - William Ransom
The Brothers Four Sakura Sakura Sakura, yayoi no sora wa  - Lily Orange
The Brothers Four Malaika Malaika, nakupenda Malaika. Malaika, nakupenda Malaika.  - Lily Orange
The Brothers Four Hootenanny Saturday Night We'll have a hootenanny, hootenanny Saturday night. We'll raise the roof and the rafters with song.  - Candy Welty
The Brothers Four My Tani Farewell, my Tani, child of a coral sea  - Candy Welty
Bruce Channel Hey! Baby Hey, hey hey baby! I want to know if you'll be my girl.  - Candy Welty
Bryan Ferry Heart On My Sleeve I wear my heart on my sleeve, I'm not afraid  - Candy Welty
Buck Owens Santa Looked A Lot Like Daddy Santa looked a lot like Daddy, Or Daddy looked a lot like him,  - Ava Murphy
The Buckinghams Hey Baby (They're Playing Our Song) Hey baby, they're playing our song, they one we used to hear when we used to get along  - Candy Welty
The Buckinghams Kind Of A Drag Kind of a drag When your baby don't love you. The Buckinghams were a group from Chicago that had enormously successful year in 1967. "Kind Of A Drag" a number one song for two weeks in February 1967 started it all. - Peter
The Buckinghams Susan Susan, looks like I am losin', I'm losin' my mind  - Candy Welty
Buckwheat Simple Song Of Freedom Sing a simple song of freedom. Sing it like you've never sung before.  - Candy Welty
Buddy Holly Everyday Everyday it's a-gettin' closer, Goin' faster than a rollercoaster, Love like yours will surely come my way A-hey, a-hey-hey.  "Everyday" was one of the few the Crickets' song hits (although Holly's vocals and rhythm guitar are prominent on the recording of it) not written by Buddy Holly. "Everyday" was written by Norman Petty and Charles Hardin. - Peter
Buddy Holly Heartbeat Heartbeat, why do you miss when my baby kisses me?  - Candy Welty
Buddy Holly Early In The Morning Well, you're gonna miss me early in the morning one of these days. A rather prophetic hit for the Crickets, "Early In The Morning" again written by Buddy Holly. Prophetic in the fact that Holly would be killed on an "early in the morning" on February 3, 1959. - Peter
Buddy Holly Peggy Sue If you knew Peggy Sue Then you'd know why I feel blue About Peggy, 'bout Peggy Sue Oh well, I love you, gal Yes, I love you Peggy Sue  "Peggy Sue" is another hit for the Crickets written by Buddy Holly. Buddy Holly has also influenced much of pop culture outside of the world of music, including films, and several films have mentioned or been the basis behind this one song, "Peggy Sue". - Peter
Buddy Holly Oh, Boy! All of my love, All of my kissin', You don't know what you've been a-missin' Oh, boy (!) (Oh, boy!), when you're with me Oh, boy (!) (Oh, boy!), the  The rest of the opening line: " ... world can see That you, were meant, for me." "Oh, Boy!" is another of the Crickets hits written by Buddy Holly. A personal note about Buddy Holly, even though I wasn't born until 1963, when I was introduced to Holly's music in the early 1980's, I became an instant fan just because of Buddy Holly wearing glasses like I did and at that time I looked about as gangly as Buddy Holly (I was even told back then that I favored Buddy Holly by a few people). - Peter
Buddy Holly That'll Be The Day Well, that'll be the day, when you say goodbye. 1957's "That'll Be The Day" was the only #1 song for the group the Crickets (with me calling them Buddy Holly and the Crickets for a reason, mainly since Holly was the driving force behind the music) and the only song to go to #1 written by the late great Buddy Holly. Buddy Holly's influence on Rock 'n' Roll is inmeasurable, with him still influencing the post-punk bands such as Weezer (Weezer's song, "Buddy Holly" is an obvious tribute to the man), the Killers and Green Day to today, despite the fact that Holly's recording career was only for a very brief two years of 1956 - 58. A matter of fact, in 2004, Rolling Stone magazine named Holly the #13 100 Greatest Artists of All Time with special mention to his contribution and continuing influence on Rock 'n' Roll and pop to this day. Holly was born Charles Hardin Holley on September 7, 1936 in Lubbock, TX into a musical family. His first instrument was the violin, then he took up the piano and then the instrument that would give him his fame and leave us his legacy, the guitar. In the Fall of 1949, he teamed up with a junior high classmate, Bob Montgomery, to form the Bluegrass duo, "Buddy and Bob". Buddy Holly was in the High school choir. In 1955, he saw Elvis Presley in concert and decided to give up Bluegrass for Rock 'n' Roll. In 1956, Holly was proficient enough in Rock 'n' Roll to not only open for Elvis Presley in Lubbock, but also Bill Haley & His Comets and also signed to a contract at Decca Records. With the signing of this contract so started his last name change from "Holley" to "Holly". Decca executives suggested that he team up with the Crickets (Jerry Allison, Joe B. Mauklin and Niki Sullivan) after hearing the original 1956 demo for "That'll Be The Day". "That'll Be The Day" with Buddy Holly and the Crickets was recorded in April 1957 and quickly released by Decca and shot straight up to #1 (with Buddy Holly and the Crickets making appearances on the important national variety shows, including the biggie at the time, "The Ed Sullivan Show") for four weeks in the summer of 1957. Buddy Holly from the start with "That'll Be The Day" was known for highlighting and expanding on hallmarks that would continue in Rock 'n' Roll and much of pop (including rap and hip hop) up until today. These hallmarks included: The first to repeatedly using a "hiccup" technique on many words in a song, the first to repeatedly and continuously emphasis certain words in a song, first to use the instrument the celestra, the first to emphasis the lead rhythm guitar. He toured the UK in 1958, and was said to have influenced many of the artists that would start the British invasion of the mid-1960's, including the Beatles, the Rolling Stones, the Hollies (some dispute about whether the Hollies named themselves after the Hollies), etc. Holly married Maria Elena Santiago on August 15, 1958, and very near the end of 1958 he and the Crickets went their separate ways so Holly could pursue a solo career. In pursuing the solo career, Holly accepted a U.S. tour with artists, Richie Valens and J. P "Big Bopper" Richardson. In what would become, unfortunately, the next to last concert date at the Duluth, Minnesota National Guard Armory, a young (later to be known for his rock and folk music) Bob Dylan saw Buddy Holly in concert standing only three feet away from Holly with their eyes meeting. On the morning of February 3, 1959, just after a concert the night before in Clear Lake, Iowa, eight miles out of Clear Lake the Beachcraft Bonanza private plane carrying the 21-year old pilot, Roger Peterson, the Big Bopper, Valens and Holly crashed killing all four instantly. Holly left behind a pregnant wife who shortly after would miscarry the child, and a treasure trove of music and his influence on Rock 'n' Roll history. Three songs were written for the memory of the too young to be dead (32 years old at the time; one of these includes the aforementioned Weezer song), Holly, with perhaps the most famous and most recognized (which was also about the loss of Valens and Big Bopper, as well), Don MacLean's 1972 #1 epic, "American Pie". In the mid-1970's, artist, Linda Ronstadt would re-record "That'll Be The Day" without any changes and send the song soaring up near the top of the charts, again. - Peter
Buddy Holly Maybe Baby Maybe baby, I'll have you. "Maybe Baby" was another hit song from the Crickets written by Buddy Holly. - Peter
Buddy Holly It's So Easy It's so easy to fall in love! "It's So Easy" is another song for the Crickets written by Buddy Holly. Again, Linda Ronstadt would re-record it in the mid-1970's and take it soaring into the charts, again, and again not changing a thing. - Peter
Buddy Knox Party Doll Well all I want is a party doll, To come along with me when I'm feelin' wild, To be everlovin', true and fair, To run her fingers through my hair. "Party Doll" was Buddy Knox's only #1 song, from 1957. Buddy Knox was born July 20, 1933 in Happy, Texas and was greatly influenced by Tex Mex music in coming up with his form of rockabilly. Buddy Knox died of cancer on February 14, 1999 in Bremerton, Washington leaving five children behind. - Peter
Bullet White Lies, Blue Eyes White lies in her blue eyes, goodbye's on the way There is no musical intro to this song, it starts "cold". Song peaked at #28 on the Billboard Chart in January 1972. - Greg Hulak
Burl Ives Funny Way Of Laughin' It's just my funny way of laughin', yes my funny way of laughin'. Your leavin' didn't bother me.  - Candy Welty
Burl Ives Have A Holly Jolly Christmas Have a holly jolly Christmas. It's the best time of the year.  - Ava Murphy
Burl Ives A Little Bitty Tear A little bitty tear let me down, spoiled my act as a clown  - Candy Welty
Burt Bacharach Trains And Boats And Planes Trains and boats and planes  - Fly Scorpio
Bush Lay Down Your Guns Lay down your guns, lay down your arms.  - Brian Kelly
Bush Dead Meat You're dead meat. You're deat meat. You're.  - Brian Kelly
Butthole Surfers The Shame of Life I love the girls and the money and the shame of life.  - Ray
The Byrds Turn! Turn! Turn! (To Everything There Is A Season) To everything (turn, turn, turn) There is a season (turn, turn, turn) And a time for every purpose, under heaven.  For the 1960's first folk-rock group, the Byrds' second #1 tune (December 1965), they turned to the writer Pete Seeger who wrote the words to this song obviously protesting the Vietnam War. But Seeger took the lyrics from a source far older than 1960's. Pete Seeger adapted "Turn! Turn! Turn! (To Everything There Is A Season)" from the Bible's Book of Eclesiastes. - Peter
The Byrds So You Want To Be a Rock 'N' Roll Star So you want to be a rock 'n' roll star. Then listen now to what I say.  - Brian Kelly
The Byrds Eight Miles High Eight miles high and when you touch down You'll find that it's stranger than known. The Byrds' 1966 top ten hit, "Eight Miles High" was one of the most controversial and most banned songs of the 1960's. There was much speculation what the band meant about "Eight Miles High" in light of the drug culture of the decade. But all-in-all, "Eight Miles High" is a great psychedelic trip of a song. - Peter
The Byrds Mr. Tambourine Man Hey, Mr. Tambourine Man, play a song for me  - Candy Welty
The Byrds Have You Seen Her Face Have you seen her face? With her eyes reflect the colors in the sky (Editor's note: Funny coincidence. I'm watching "Cougar Town" as I add this and Dan Byrd showed up onscreen.) - Candy Welty

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