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Songs That Open With Their Titles, D

Song Title
Opening Lines
Comments & Submittor Name
Dada Dizz Knee Land I just ran away from home, now I'm going to Dizz Knee Land.  - Brian Kelly
Daft Punk One More Time One more time. (x2) We're gonna celebrate.  - Brian Kelly
Daft Punk Around The World Around the world, around the world. Around the world, around the world. Ad nauseum. - Brian Kelly
Daft Punk ft. Panda Bear Doin' It Right Doin' it right. Everybody will dancing.  - Brian Kelly
Dale Hawkins Susie-Q Oh Susie-Q, oh Susie-Q, oh Susie-Q, baby I love you, Susie-Q  - Candy Welty
Dan Fogelberg Longer Longer than there've been fishes in the ocean  - Candy Welty
Dan Hartman Keep The Fire Burning Keep the fire burning  - Mads
Dan Hartman Free Ride free free ride  - mads
Dan Hartman Name Of The Game The name of the game  - Mads
Dan Hartman Double-O-Love Double-o-love  - mads.
Dandelion What a Drag What a Drag, What a Drag After repeating that line throughout the song, the band goes from describing a drug trip as being too much fun, to "ain't much fun." - The Skuz
The Dandy Warhols We Used To Be Friends A long time ago, we used to be friends. Theme song from "Veronica Mars". - Brian Kelly
Danger Rangers Keep Yourself Safe Keep yourself safe, keep it safe safe keep yourself safe  - Brionna Secret
Danger Rangers A Dog is a Love Sponge Love sponge, you know your dog is just a love sponge  - Brionna Secret
Danger Rangers Common Sense It all comes down to using common sense  - Brionna Secret
Daniel Bedingfield If You're Not the One If you're not the one, then why does my soul feel glad today?  - Dongquan
Daniel Bedingfield Gotta Get Through This I gotta get through this, I goota get through this.  - Dongquan
Daniel Bedingfield James Dean (I Wanna Know) I could be James Dean of the music scene  - Dongquan
The Danleers One Summer Night One summer night, we fell in love  - Candy Welty
Dannii Minogue All I Wanna Do All I wanna do, all I wanna do, all I wanna do is touch you.  - Brian Kelly
Danny & The Juniors Rock And Roll Is Here To Stay Rock 'n roll is here to stay, it will never die Danny & The Juniors second chart hit, after "At The Hop", although not as successful as the first tune. "Rock And Roll Is Here To Stay" would be remade by the nostalgic group Sha-Na-Na in 1978 for the movie "Grease". - Peter
Danny & The Juniors At The Hop Bah-bah-bah-bah, bah-bah-bah-bah Bah-bah-bah-bah, bah-bah-bah-bah, at the hop! "At The Hop" is the first and only #1 song for Danny & The Juniors back in January 1958. - Peter
Danny Meehan Rat-Tat-Tat-Tat Our boys went rat-tat-tat-tat Rat-tat-tat-tat, And shot the Kaiser where he sat-tat-tat-at. "Rat-Tat-Tat-Tat" is another song from the musical, "Funny Girl". The song is sung by the character of Eddie Ryan in a vaudeville/Broadway musical # set against the backdrop of the end of World War I. Eddie Ryan was played in the 1964 Broadway version by Danny Meehan, Lee Allen would play the character in the 1968 movie. - Peter
Danny O'Keefe Magdalena Magdalena sits in her chair speaking of the mass  - Sutch
Danny Williams A Little Toy Balloon A little toy balloon was floating in the breeze  - Candy Welty
Danzig Mother Mother, tell your children not to look my way.  - Brian Kelly
Darlene Austin Take Me Tonight Take me tonight
We won't worry about tomorrow
  - William Ransom
Darlene Austin Sunday Go to Cheatin' Clothes I got my Sunday go to cheatin' clothes
Laid across the bed
  - William Ransom
Darlene Love (Today I Met) The Boy I'm Gonna Marry Today I met the boy I'm gonna marry. He's all I've wanted all my life and even more.  - Candy Welty
Darrell Evans "Trading My Sorrows" I'm trading my sorrows, I'm trading my shame, I'm laying them down for the joy of the Lord.  - Vic George
Dashboard Confessional Hey Girl Hey girl, you've got a smart way about you that makes me wish that I was smart enough for you.  - Candy Welty
The Dave Clark Five Nineteen Days In nineteen days, in nineteen days. Nineteen days before I get to see my lovin' girl again  - Alyssa Jayne
The Dave Clark Five Bits And Pieces I'm in pieces, bits and pieces, since you left me and you said goodbye  - Candy Welty
The Dave Clark Five Goodbye My Friends Goodbye my friends, now I really have to go From the US album I Like It Like That (1965). - Joey F.
Dave Loggins Please Come To Boston Please come to Boston for the springtime. I'm stayin' here with some friends and they've got lots of room.  - Candy Welty
Dave Matthews Band Satellite Satellite in my eyes.  - Brian Kelly
Dave Matthews Band Big Eyed Fish Look at this big-eyed fish.  - Brian Kelly
Dave Matthews Band When The World Ends When the world ends, collect your things.  - Brian Kelly
Dave Matthews Band Where Are You Going? Where are you going, with your long face pulling down?  - Brian Kelly
Dave Matthews Band Let You Down I let you down. Let me pick you up.  - Brian Kelly
Dave Matthews Band Spoon Spoon in spoon, stirring my coffee.  - Brian Kelly
David Bowie Time Time, he's waiting in the wings.  - Brian Kelly
David Bowie Golden Years Golden Years, Gold Whop Whop Whop Again, another case in point of the opening line being repeated three times before more lyrics are sung. Still a great song from Bowie, from 1976. - Peter
David Bowie Blue Jean Blue Jean-I just met a girl named Blue Jean.  - Britrock
David Bowie Let's Dance Let's dance, put on your red shoes and dance the blues  Although Bowie had several hits between them, 1983's "Let's Dance" was the first #1 song for Bowie since "Fame" back in 1975. By 1983, Bowie was considered the elder statesmen for the "New Wave" of British artists, and less controversial then in his earlier 1970's incarnation. - Peter
David Bowie China Girl I could escape this feeling with my China girl. From his 1983 Let's Dance album. - Vic George
David Bowie Fame Fame, (fame) makes a man take things over Co-written by John Lennon, "Fame" was David Bowie first #1 song back in 1975. John Lennon also sings backing vocals. - Peter
David Bowie Jean Genie A small jean genie snuck off to the city.  - Brian Kelly
David Broza Harm's Swift Way There is a home out of harm's swift way  - Sutch
David Cook Searchlights Where did you hide yourself / For these searchlights are growing dim Unusual for him, because every other one of his song titles is found in the chorus. Or in one, not at all. - Alex
David Duchovny Another Year Another year has come and gone.  - Mal Bertha
David Essex Rock On Hey, kid, rock and roll, rock on, ooh my soul.  - Brit Boxx
David Gates Clouds See the clouds adrift so far below, ever changing as they come and go  - Candy Welty
David Lee Roth Just A Gigolo I'm just a gigolo. I know this is a cover, but I can't remember who did the original. - Brian Kelly
Daya Dare Dare me to reach a little higher.  - Brian Kelly
Dead Milkmen Stuart You know, I like you, Stuart.  - Brian Kelly
Deadeye Dick New Age Girl I got a new age girl. This is a really funny song. - Brian Kelly
Dean Martin Somewhere There's A Someone Somewhere there's a someone for everyone  - Candy Welty
Dean Martin Everybody Loves Somebody Everybody loves somebody sometime. Everybody falls in love somehow.  - Candy Welty
Dean Martin The Door Is Still Open To My Heart (The door is still open to my heart) I must confess that I cry from loneliness  - Candy Welty
Dean Martin Return To Me Return to me, oh my dear, I'm so lonely  - Candy Welty
Dean Martin You're Nobody Till Somebody Loves You You're nobody till somebody loves you. You're nobody till somebody cares.  - Candy Welty
Death Cab For Cutie Meet Me On The Equinox Meet me on the equinox. Meet me halfway.  - Brian Kelly
Death Cab For Cutie Cath Cath, she stands with a well-intentioned man.  - Brian Kelly
Death Cab For Cutie Soul Meets Body I want to live where soul meets body.  - Brian Kelly
Debbie Living Together Living together, we're learning how to feel our way Words by Sheila Davis; music by Lor Crane. Later covered by Fire & Rain. - Joey F.
Debbie Gibson Shake Your Love Shake your love, I just can't shake your love.  - Brian Kelly
Debbie Gibson Lost In Your Eyes I get lost in your eyes, and I feel my spirits rise.  - Larcen Tyler
Debbie Reynolds  Tammy I hear the cottonwoods whisperin' above, "Tammy ... Tammy ... Tammy's in love" "Tammy" is a song that was the theme from the movie of the same name. "Tammy" is also the only #1 song from Debbie Reynolds for two weeks in 1957. - Peter
Debbie Reynolds and Gene Kelly You Are My Lucky Star You are my lucky star "You Are My Lucky Star" is the final tune sung in the 1952 Hollywood musical, "Singin' In The Rain". - Peter
Debbie Reynolds, Donald O'Connor and Gene Kelly Good Mornin' Good mornin', Good mornin'!  "Good Mornin'" is another tune from the 1952 Hollywood musical with Debbie Reynolds (the former wife of Eddie Fischer and the mother of Carrie Fischer) playing Kathy (she sings the first "Good mornin'", Donald O'Connor as Cosmo (who sings the next "Good mornin'!") and Gene Kelly as Don (singing the next line that places the time of day for this tune, "We've talked the whole night through,") singing this after staying up late trying to figure out how to save the talkie that they just and released made that came up as a laughable dud. This tune is sung just before the scene where Gene Kelly sings the title tune of the movie, "Singin' In The Rain". - Peter
Declan McKenna Sympathy Sympathy, won't you come around?  - Brian Kelly
Dee Clark Raindrops The raindrops, so many raindrops It feels like rai-aindrops Falling from my eye-eyes Falling from my eyes. "Raindrops" was R&B singer Dee Clark's highest charing pop hit, going to #2 in 1961. Dee Clark wrote the song. Dee Clark was born in Blytheville, Arkansas in 1938. He moved to Chicago with his family in 1941. His mother Delecta sang spirituals and encouraged his singing. His first singing debut was at 14 years old in the group Hambone Kids. He later sang in the R&B group the Goldenstones. He went solo in 1957 and a had a string of Top 40 hits. Dee Clark died of a heart attack on December 17, 1990 at the age of 52 years old. - Peter
Deep Purple Mistreated I've been mistreated, I've been abused  - Joey F.
Def Leppard Billy's Got a Gun Billy's got a gun, he's on the run  From their album "Pyromania" - RevengeFromMars YouTube
Def Leppard Photograph Huh! I'm outta luck, outta love. Got a photograph, picture of. Passion killer, you're too much. You're the only one I wanna touch. This was the first single off the "Pyromania" album. - Sue Happy
Def Leppard Excitable Are you excitable?  - RevengeFromMars YouTube
Del Shannon Little Town Flirt Here she comes, that little town flirt. You're fallin' for her and you're gonna get hurt.  - Candy Welty
Della Reese Don't You Know Don't you know, I have fallen in love with you  - Leda Metro
Della Reese Someday (You'll Want Me To Want You) I know that someday you'll want me to want you, when I'm in love with somebody else  - Candy Welty
Della Reese The Most Beautiful Words iThe most beautiful words n the world are the words when you whisper, ooh, "I love you"  - Candy Welty
Della Reese After Loving You Now after loving you, what else is there to do  - Candy Welty
The Dells There Is There is, there is, there is, there is, there is the time, there is the place  - Candy Welty
The Dells Oh, What A Night Oh, what a night to love you, dear. Oh, what a night to hold you near.  - Candy Welty
Delta Spirit California I want you to move to California for yourself.  - Brian Kelly
Dennis Yost And The Classics IV The Funniest Thing The funniest thing happened to me yesterday  - Alyssa Jayne
Depeche Mode People Are People People are people, so why should it be?  - Brian Kelly
Depeche Mode Black Celebration Let's have a black celebration.  - Brian Kelly
Depeche Mode I Feel You I feel... you, your sun it shines, I feel... you, within my mind  - Bere
Depeche Mode Somebody I want somebody to share for the rest of my life  - Joey F.
Depeche Mode See You All I want to do is see you again.  - Brian Kelly
Depeche Mode Angel The angel of love was upon me.  - Brian Kelly
Depeche mode Strangelove Strangelove, strange highs and strange lows, strangelove, that's how my heart goes  - Bere
Derek And The Dominoes Bell Bottom Blues Bell bottom blues, you made me cry.  - Brian Kelly
Detroit Emeralds Show Time Show time, everybody feeling good, let's go  - Candy Welty
Devo Beautiful World It's a beautiful world we live in. Ironicly, the security code is "EWW". - Brian Kelly
Dia Frampton Isabella Isabella, Isabella, I heard you crying through the walls  - Candy Welty
Diamond Rio In a Week or Two In a week or two
I would have been ready
  - William Ransom
Diana Krall When I Grow Too Old To Dream When I grow too old to dream, I will have you to remember  - Lily Orange
Diana Ross I'm Coming Out I'm coming out (repeated several times)  - Jefferson Highway
Diana Ross Touch Me In The Morning Touch me in the morning Then just walk away In 1973, "Touch Me In The Morning" was Diana Ross' second solo #1, after departing the Supremes. "Touch Me In The Morning", along with Ross appearing in the film, "Lady Sings The Blues" (a biopic about Billie Holiday) is credited with reviving Ross' career. "Touch Me In The Morning" was written by, at the time, unproven songwriter and record producer, Michael Masser, who would go on to have an even better career ahead of him. - Peter
Diana Ross In And Out Of Love Keep falling in and out of love, in search of what I'm dreaming of  - Candy Welty
Diana Ross Upside Down Upside down  - Mads
Diana Ross Reach Out And Touch (Somebody's Hand) Reach out and touch somebody's hand, make this world a better place if you can  - Candy Welty
Diana Ross Good Morning Heartache Good morning heartache, you old gloomy sight  - Candy Welty
Diana Ross And The Supremes Some Things You Never Get Used To Some things you never get used to. It's the same routine of getting up every morning and putting on a smile.  - Alyssa Jayne
Diane Keaton, Natalie Mosco and Suzannah Norstrand Black Boys Black boys are delicious. "Black Boys" is another song from the musical, "Hair". In the original 1968 Broadway production of "Hair" it is sung by Diane Keaton (yes, that Diane Keaton), Natalie Mosco and Suzannah Norstrand as a white girl salute to the African-American men in their lives. More than likely the lyrics would be considered inappropriate sometime a while after the 1972 close of the original Broadway production. - Peter
Diane Renay Kiss Me Sailor Kiss me, sailor, before you walk out the door  - Candy Welty
Diane Renay Navy Blue Blue, Navy blue, I'm as blue as I can be  - Candy Welty
Dick Gautier One Last Kiss Oh, one last kiss, Give me one last kiss, It never felt like this, No, never felt like this, You know I need your love.  "One Last Kiss" is another song from Charles Strouse and Lee Adams' musical, "Bye Bye Birdie". Dick Gautier played the title character, Conrad Birdie in the original Broadway run of the musical (Jesse Pearson would play the character in the 1963 motion picture, while in the 1995 TV special the character would be played by Marc Kudish). - Peter
Dick Haymes You Make Me Feel So Young You make me feel so young. You make me feel like spring has sprung.  - Candy Welty
Dick Van Dyke Step In Time Step in time, step in time, Come on, mateys, step in time.  "Step In Time" is another song from Disney's classic, "Mary Poppins". Dick Van Dyke as Bert again leads his chimney sweep chorus and nearly the whole cast in this song. - Peter
Dick Van Dyke Baby, Talk To Me Talk to me, baby, won't you talk to me, I don't care what you say, Baby, talk to me. "Baby, Talk To Me" is another song from Charles Strouse and Lee Adams' musical, "Bye Bye Birdie". Dick Van Dyke's character, Albert Peterson sings this to his girlfriend, Rose Grant (played on Broadway by Chita Rivera and in the 1963 motion picture by Janet Leigh). In the 1995 ABC/Disney TV special of "Bye Bye Birdie", Albert would get a middle initial of "J." and be played by Jason Alexander (George from "Seinfeld") and Rose would get a last name change to Alvarez and be played by actress/singer/former Miss America, Vanessa Williams (currently appearing in ABC's hit TV show, "Ugly Betty"). - Peter
Dick Van Dyke Chim Chim Cher-ee Chim chim-in-ey, chim chim-in-ey, Chim chim cher-ee.  "Chim Chim Cher-ee" is from the 1964 Disney musical, "Mary Poppins". Dick Van Dyke played London chimney sweep, Bert, who leads a chorus of chimney sweeps in this song. - Peter
Dick Van Dyke Put On A Happy Face Gray skies are gonna clear up, Put on a happy face! The song, "Put On A Happy Face" is from the Charles Strouse (music) and Lee Adams (lyrics)' musical, "Bye Bye Birdie". "Bye Bye Birdie" originally ran on Broadway in the 1960 - 61 season and was made into a motion picture in 1963 (there was also an ABC/Disney TV Special made of it in 1995). Dick Van Dyke who played the character of Albert Peterson was both in the Broadway version and the motion picture. "Bye Bye Birdie" was loosely based on the events surrounding Elvis Presley's entry into the Army in the early 1960's (the character of Conrad Birdie looks a lot like Elvis pre his U.S. Army days). - Peter
Dickey Lee 9,999,999 Tears Got nine-million, nine-hundred, ninety-nine-thousand, nine-hundred ninety-nine-thousand tears to go.  - Odie Garfield
Dido Stoned When you're stoned, baby.  - Brian Kelly
Dido Mary's In India Danny is lonely because Mary's in India now.  - Brian Kelly
Dido My Lover's Gone My lover's gone. His boots no longer by my door.  - Brian Kelly
Die Trying Oxygen's Gone My oxygen's gone.  - Lizzie
Dinah Shore Blue Canary Blue canary, she feels so blue  - Leda Metro
Dinah Shore I'll Never Say 'Never Again' Again I'll never say 'Never again' again, 'cause here I am in love again  - Candy Welty
Dinah Washington What A Diff'rence A Day Makes What a diff'rence a day makes, twenty-four little hours  - Candy Welty
Dinosaur Jr. Feel The Pain I feel the pain of everyone.  - Brian Kelly
Dio Don't Talk To Strangers Don't talk to strangers, cause they're only there to do you harm.  - GlamRockNinjaLord
Dio Holy Diver Holy diver. You've been down too long in the midnight sea.  - Brian Kelly
Dion & The Belmonts Donna The Prima Donna Donna, Donna the prima donna broke my heart  - Candy Welty
Dionne Warwick Who Gets The Guy Who gets the guy at the end of the show?  - Candy Welty
Dionne Warwick Do You Know The Way To San Jose? Do you know the way to San Jose? 1969's "Do You Know The Way To San Jose?" was the highest ranking tune (up to that time) for the combination of singer Dionne Warwick and the songwriting duo of Hal David and Burt Bacharach. "Do You Know The Way To San Jose?" reached all the way to #3 back in 1969. - Peter
Dionne Warwick Trains And Boats And Planes Trains and boats and planes are passing by  - Candy Welty
Dionne Warwick Alfie What's it all about, Alfie? 1966's "Alfie" was another top twenty hit for Dionne Warwick and the songwriting duo of Hal David and Burt Bacharach. "Alfie" is theme song from the British motion picture (that started out as a novel by Bill Naughton -- who also wrote the screenplay) of the same title, which starred a very young, Michael Caine in the title role. "Alfie" would be recorded by many artist, including Cher, but Warwick has arguably the definitive version of the tune. - Peter
Dionne Warwick I Just Don't Know What To Do With Myself I just don't know what to do with myself, don't know just what to do with myself  - Candy Welty
Dionne Warwick Walk On By If you see me walking down the street, And I start to cry each time we meet, Walk on by, walk on by  1964's "Walk On By" was Dionne Warwick and the songwriting duo, Hal David and Burt Bacharach's first top ten hit, and wouldn't be either's last. - Peter
Dionne Warwick Promises, Promises Promises, promises, I'm all through with promises, promises now  - Candy Welty
Dionne Warwick Don't Make Me Over Don't make me over Now that I'd do anything for you "Don't Make Me Over" was Dionne Warwick's first top 40 hit back in 1963. Although, it didn't sell well it did introduce Warwick (born Marie-Dionne Warwick on December 12, 1940)'s vocal prowess to the songwriting duo of Hal David & Burt Bacharach. Dionne's next hit would be a top twenty hit written by David & Bacharach, "Anyone Who Had A Heart", from 1964 (making Warwick one of those few American artists to break through the stranglehold that British artist had on the charts in light of the British Invasion started by the Beatles) and the next song would be a top ten smash in the fall of 1964, "Walk On By". - Peter
Disturbed Rise Rise/// Throw away/// The charade of your life awesome song!! - kuutamo
Disturbed Liberate Liberate your mind, you.. Dis' be da' excellent kicker track on Disturbed's debut album. And... Really, that's all there is to say... - GUnitApocalypse
The Dixiebelles Rock, Rock, Rock Hey, rock, rock, rock, hey, rock, rock, rock  - Candy Welty
DJ Bobo Where Is Your Love Where Is Your Love  - Mads
DJ Bobo Everybody Everybody loves to dance with another summer romance  - Mads
DJ Bobo Love Is All Around Love Is All Around Love Is All Around Love Is All Around  - Mads
DJ Bobo Take Control Take Control  - Mads
DJ Bobo There's A Party There's a party  - Mads
Dj Bobo Vampires Are Alive Vampires Are Alive  - Mads
Dj Bobo Pray Pray  - Mads
DJ Bobo Respect Yourself Respect yourself  - Mads
DJ Bobo feat. Sandra Secrets Of Love The secrets of love  - Mads
Dobie Gray Look At Me Come on and look, look, look at me. Tell me what, what you see.  - Candy Welty
Dobie Gray The In Crowd I'm in with the in crowd, I go where the in crowd goes. "The In Crowd" was 1965 top ten hit for the man who would become more famous in 1973 with his Beach Boys salute song named, "Drift Away", Dobie Gray. - Peter
Dodie Stevens Yes, I'm Lonesome Tonight Yes, I'm lonesome tonight, and I miss you tonight  - Candy Welty
Dodie Stevens No No, I said no, just plain no, don't you understand English?  - Candy Welty
Dodie Stevens Yes-Sir-Ee Yes-sir-ee, yes-sir-ee, we agree, we agree, yes-sir-ee  - Candy Welty
Dolly Parton Here You Come Again Here you come again, just when I'm about to make it work without you  - Candy Welty
Dolly Parton Jolene Jolene, Jolene, Jolene, Jolene. I'm beggin' of ya', please don't take my man.  - Country
Dolly Parton Love Is Like A Butterfly Love is like a butterfly, as soft and gentle as a sigh  - Candy Welty
Dolores O'Riordan Ordinary Day This is just an ordinary day.  - Brian Kelly
Dolores O'Riordan October October, October, the summer is over. This and the previous three were submitted on Sept. 6, 2008. Happy birthday, Dolores. - Brian Kelly
Dolores O'Riordan It's You It's you, it's you, it's you. You know you make me feel better.  - Brian Kelly
Dolores O'Riordan Apple Of My Eye As the days go by, the apple of my eye.  - Brian Kelly
Dolores O'Riordan In The Garden I see you playing in the garden.  - Brian Kelly
Dolores O'Riordan When We Were Young Funny, how things just tasted better when we were young.  - Brian Kelly
Dominic Fike 3 Nights 3 nights at the motel.  - Brian Kelly
Don & Juan What's Your Name What's your name? I have seen you before  - Candy Welty
Don Cornell Mama Guitar Hey mama, mama guitar, I love my mama guitar  - Claire Grayson
Don Covay Take This Hurt Off Me Come back and take this hurt off me. Baby, come back and take this hurt off me.  - Candy Welty
Don Gibson Just One Time If I could see you just one time  - Candy Welty
Don Gibson Lonesome Number One Lonesome number one, just call me lonesome number one  - Candy Welty
Don Gibson Look Who's Blue Look, look, look-a, look who's blue  - Candy Welty
Don Gibson Blue Blue Day It's been a blue, blue day. I feel like runnin' away. I feel like runnin' away from it all.  - Candy Welty
Don Gibson Don't Tell Me Your Troubles Don't tell me your troubles. I got troubles of my own.  - Candy Welty
Don Henley All She Wants To Do Is Dance They're picking up the prisoners, putting them in a pen, and all she wants to do is dance, dance, dance.  - Larcen Tyler
Don Henley Sunset Grill Let's go down to the Sunset Grill.  - Brian Kelly
Don Ho Tiny Bubbles  Tiny bubbles (tiny bubbles) In the wine (in the wine) Make me happy (make me happy) Make me feel fine (make me feel fine) I had to add this tune in honor of Hawaiian Don Ho who died this last weekend at the age of 76. - Peter
Don McLean Wonderful Baby Wonderful baby, livin' on love  - Alyssa Jayne
Donald O'Connor  Beautiful Girl Beautiful girl, you're a lovely picture. Donald O'Connor sings this song to a picture of a girl in the 1952 Hollywood musical, "Singin' In The Rain". - Peter
Donna Fargo Funny Face Funny Face, I love you. Funny Face, I need you. My whole world's wrapped up in you.  - Candy Welty
Donna Fargo You Can't Be A Beacon (If Your Light Don't Shine) You can't be a beacon if your light don't shine, you can't be a beacon if your light don't shine.There's a little light in all of us by God's design.   - Candy Welty
Donna Lewis Pink Dress I had my picture taken in a pink dress I was just reading random lyrics of Donna Lewis when I came upon this one. - Larcen Tyler
Donna Lynn My Boyfriend Got A Beatle Haircut My boyfriend got a Beatle haircut, oh unhappy day  - Candy Welty
Donna Summer Once Upon A Time Once upon a time, there was a girl.  - Brian Kelly
Donna Summer She Works Hard For The Money She works hard for the money, so hard for it, honey, She works hard for the money, so you better treat her right.  1983's "She Works Hard For The Money" was Donna Summer's biggest hit since 1979's "No More Tears" duet with Barbra Streisand. In the interim she had moved to Geffen records from Casablanca records, and then made a further move to Polydor records (but ended up in a contractual dispute with Geffen record owner, David Geffen, and had to record an lp, "She Works Hard For The Money", on Polydor that some of the proceeds went to Geffen), became a born again Christian and had to see and hear a changing pop music industry that had gone away from Disco to at first a Harder Rock sound and then to New Wave. In that manner, Summer's first top ten hit in the New Wave era was "Love Is In Control (Finger On The Trigger)" from the fall of 1982, it fit in perfectly at time when the big names on the charts were the Go-Go's, Men At Work, the Human League and the Motels. In 1983, and maybe because of the contractual dispute with Geffen, "She Works Hard For The Money" on Polydor was even more fitting in with the times when the big pop names changed even more to such artists as the Eurythmics, the Culture Club and Duran Duran, as well as Michael Jackson. "She Works Hard For The Money" was released in late summer 1983 and quickly went to #3 and partly on the basis of a wonderful video. After this Summer would continue to have some minor hits, until the top ten hit of 1989, "This Time I Know It's For Real" (which sounded the most like her Disco hits of old than any song had in years). Summer has continued to record and go on concert from time to time. - Peter
Donna Summer Dim All The Lights Dim all the lights sweet darling, Cause tonight it's all the way. Winter 1978/79's #3 hit, "Dim All The Lights" continued Donna Summer's reign as "Queen Of Disco". "Dim All The Lights" followed on the success of Fall 1978's #1 hit, "MacArthur Park" and is from the same lp, "Live And More". "MacArthur Park" was a successful Disco remake of 1968's Jimmy Webb's written tune that was a 1968 #2 hit for Irish singer/actor, Richard Harris. Many times "MacArthur Park" would be used as part of a disco medley that included "Brookyln" and the top five tune, "Heaven Knows". The "Live And More" lp continued Summer's collaberation with Giorgio Moroder. But at this time Summer and Moroder were looking for something to expand Summer's usual disco hits, in that way she and Moroder were starting to think along the lines of a recent punk crossover band named, Blondie and the disco but with a lot of soul group, Chic -- whose sounds Summer and Moroder both enjoyed. (Both Blondie and Chic would work for Moroder in the near future). - Peter
Donna Summer On The Radio Someone found a letter you wrote me, on the radio, And they told the world just how you felt. "On The Radio" was a top five hit for Summer in the spring of 1980, and would be her last hit on the Casablanca records label before she went to a more lucrative contract with Geffen records. "On The Radio" was from the "On The Radio, Greatest Hits, Volume 1 & 2" lp and also contains the #1 November 1979 hit duo that Summer had with Barbra Streisand, "No More Tears (Enough Is Enough)". Shortly after the success with the single of "On The Radio" Summer left Casablanca for Geffen and then became a Born Again Christian. Summer continued to have some slight success with tunes, for a time on Geffen, but none of the tunes went into the top ten. By this time such groups as Pat Benatar, the Pretenders, Tom Petty & the Heartbreakers, Journey and REO Speedwagon were taking pop music back to it's rock music foundations of the 1950's and 1960's and Disco was dying a slow death due to it's excesses and a changing audience. Donna was relegated to the sidelines at this time, but not for long as Donna was starting to listen to some of the new dance synthesizer pop called New Wave by groups such as the Go-Go's, the Human League, and Duran Duran were starting to become popular. - Peter
Donna Summer Last Dance Last dance, Last chance for love.  "Last Dance" was a top five hit in 1977 for Donna Summer and continued the work that Summer did with producer, Giorgio Moroder. "Last Dance" became the anthem to close out a night out at the Disco or at least Disco dancing and set up the night of romance or passion to come. - Peter
Donna Summer Bad Girls Bad girls, Talking about the sad girls. Summer 1979's "Bad Girls" was the second of two #1 tunes for Summer from the very inventful, but also extremely popular and award winning lp, "Bad Girls". "Bad Girls" continued the collaboration between Summer and producer, Giorgio Moroder. But instead of sticking with a pure Disco lp, Summer and Moroder decided instead to take the part of direction of both Chic and Blondie (or borrowed from both of them) and came up with an lp with that mixed rock, blues and electronic disco (to come up with something that had never been heard before). The first #1 from the lp was "Hot Stuff" in the late spring of 1979, and hot on the heels of that was, "Bad Girls". With "Bad Girls" actually replacing "Hot Stuff" at #1 (the first time that had happened for a female artists on Billboard's HOT 100 charts). The lp, also won Summer her first Grammy for Best Female Rock Vocal Performance. But more importantly, Summer and Moroder influenced a huge long line of a generation of rock/dance artists, including (but not limited to), the Eurythmics, Depeche Mode and Madonna! - Peter
Donna Summer Brooklyn Brooklyn, Child of freedom still new to this world. "Brooklyn" was a song used and sung by Donna Summer in the 1978 Disco film, "Thank God It's Friday". "Brooklyn" and the film and the whole year of 1978 cemented Summer's "Queen Of Disco" title. "Brooklyn" also continued Summer's work with Giorgio Moroder. - Peter
Donna Summer Love To Love You Baby I love to love you baby ... ahw ... 1976's "Love To Love You Baby" was the first hit (#2) for who would become known eventually as the "Queen Of Disco", Donna Summer (who also has been a songwriter and occassional actress) and it was a big hit coming along just as the Disco era was really picking up steam. The opening line can be repeated several times or only a few depending on which length of the tune is used or heard -- more on that again, in a moment. Donna Summer was born LaDonna Adrian Gaines on December 31, 1948 in Boston, Massachusetts. In her youth, despite her Christian upbringing (or maybe because of it), Summer would sing in a rock band who was influenced by Janis Joplin. When Summer was 18-years old she go a supporting role in the Broadway production of "Hair". Shortly after that she moved to Germany and appeared in the musicals "Godspell" and Showboat". In 1971, Summer released a European single of the remake of the 1963 Jaynettes' tune, "Sally Go 'Round The Roses" but it was a flop. In 1974, she married Austrian born actor, Helmuth Sommer (how she got the last name), but soon after they divorced. In 1975, while she was singing backup for the group, Three Dog Night (in Europe), the then producers of Three Dog Night, Girogio Moroder and Patti Belotte "discovered" Summer and signed her to Casablanca records which was fast becoming the lapel known for Disco. In 1975, Moroder and Belotte introduced Summer to "Love To Love You Baby" and recorded several different length versions of the tune (for Discos, radio edit and lp). One of those versions is a seventeen minute version where the opening line and the accompanying moan is repeated several times. "Love To Love You Baby" is considered by many to be the most overtly sexual and most sensual song of all time with Summer sounding as though she is making love during the recording of the song. - Peter
Donnie Owens Need You Need you, your tenderness and understanding heart  - Candy Welty
Donny Hathaway Love, Love, Love Love, love, love, why'd you take so long to come to me  - Candy Welty
Donovan Jennifer Juniper Jennifer Juniper lives upon the hill  - Candy Welty
Donovan Atlantis The continent of Atlantis was an island that lay before the great flood Donovan's Top 10 hit of 1969 about the legendary lost continent of Atlantis. He speaks the first part and then the chorus sings "Way down below the ocean, where I wanna be she may be". - KL Fan
The Doors The End This is the end. Beautiful friend.  - Brian Kelly
The Doors Riders On The Storm Riders on the storm, riders on the storm. Into this house we're born; into this world we're thrown.  - Candy Welty
The Doors Five To One Five to one, baby One in five No one here gets out alive, now  The song refers to the ratio of Viet Cong to American troops in Vietnam. - Mickey D.
The Doors Touch Me Come on, come on, come on, come on now, touch me, baby; can't you see that I am not afraid?  - Vic George
The Doors Hello, I Love You Hello, I love you Won't you tell me your name? The Doors' second and only other #1 single (after the summer of 1967's "Light My Fire") was, "Hello, I Love You" from the summer of 1968. Many people consider the Doors as selling out with this song, and even Jim Morrison said the same thing while he was still alive. Mainly on the basis of "Hello, I Love You's" length (less that 3 minutes) and possible Bubblegum music mentality. But after many radio stations (AM Top 40 was still dominate at that time) wouldn't play the full 7:07 version of "Light My Fire" and TV shows wouldn't let them perform "Light My Fire" for that long, the Doors were sort of stuck with what to do. But two #1's later, the Beatles were about to change all of that, and give the Doors and other future groups the ammunition they need to change all that (as well as make AM radio station change how they were playing records, and to make FM start to replace AM radio altogether) when the Beatles presented the over 9 minute song "Hey Jude" on their Apple records lapel that they refused to let any radio station edit down to size. - Peter
Doris Day Secret Love Once I had a secret love.  - MOR
Doris Day & Buddy Clark Love Somebody Love somebody, yes I do  - Candy Welty
Dorsey Burnette (There Was A) Tall Oak Tree There was a tall oak tree that loved a babbling brook. And the babbling brook loved the mountain high.  - Candy Welty
The Dovells Stop Monkeyin' Aroun' You better stop monkeyin' aroun', monkey, monkey, monkey  - Candy Welty
Dr. Alban Sing Halleluja Sing halleluja  - Mads
Dr. Hook When You're In Love With A Beautiful Woman When you're in love with a beautiful woman, it's hard  - Candy Welty
Dr. Seuss Trim Up the Tree Trim up the tree with Christmas stuff like bingle balls and Whofoo fluff  - JohnHowarth
Drake Diplomatic Immunity Diplomatic immunity f*** em  - JohnHowarth
Drake Bell Break Me Down Break me down enough I'll take your side.  - Jessica
The Dramatics Hey You! Get Off My Mountain Hey you, get off my mountain. Hey you, get off my cloud.  - Lorinda Bale
Dreamers Die Happy Yeah I could die happy for a moment.  - Brian Kelly
The Drifters Lonely Winds Lonely winds, lonely winds, lonely winds, lonely winds  - Candy Welty
The Drifters Can I Take You Home Little Girl Can I take you home, little girl? Can I walk you slowly?  - Lily Orange
The Drifters Please Stay Don't go, please stay. Don't go, please stay. If I got on my knees and I pleaded with you not to go but to stay in my arms   - Candy Welty
The Drifters If You're Gonna Love Me Oh, if you're gonna love me, love the life I lead  - Lily Orange
The Drifters Sweets For My Sweet Sweets for my sweet, sugar for my honey. Your perfect kiss thrills me so.  - Candy Welty
The Drifters Let The Music Play Let the music play just a little longer  - Lily Orange
The Drifters Say Goodbye To Angelina Say goodbye to Angelina as she's leaving in the morning sun  - Lily Orange
The Drifters This Magic Moment This magic moment, so different and so new  - Lily Orange
The Drifters Oh My Love Oh my love, oh my love, you know that I can't leave  - Lily Orange
The Drifters Sadie My Lady Sadie my lady, this is my day  - Lily Orange
The Drifters The Outside World (It's the outside world, it's the outside world) People in the outside world  - Lily Orange
The Drifters I Don't Want To Go On Without You I don't want to go on without you. It's so bad to be alone.  - Lily Orange
The Drifters I Feel Good All Over I feel good all over, I feel good all over, I feel a thrill when I kiss your sweet lips  - Lily Orange
The Drifters Down On The Beach Tonight Say you'll meet me down on the beach tonight  - Lily Orange
The Drifters Room Full Of Tears A room full of tears, a room full of tears, raindrops keep a-falling  - Lily Orange
The Drifters I Gotta Get Myself A Woman I gotta get myself a woman, somewhere, somehow  - Lily Orange
The Drifters Soldier Of Fortune I'm known as a soldier of fortune, a drifter with vagabond heart.  - Lily Orange
The Drifters Hypnotized You've got me hypnotized with your heart  - Lily Orange
The Drifters Fools Fall In Love Well, fools fall in love in a hurry. Fools give their hearts much too soon.  - Lily Orange
The Drifters It Was A Tear It was a tear in her eye that made me realize  - Yvette Bristle
The Drifters Moonlight Bay We were sailing along on Moonlight Bay. We could hear the voices ringing.  - Lily Orange
The Drifters Adorable Adorable, dorable, dorable, dorable baby. You're adorable, sweet as can be.  - Lily Orange
Dropkick Murphys Tessie Tessie is the Royal Rooters' rally cry  - Matt
Drowning Pool Bodies Let the bodies hit the floor The song was banned on most radio stations after Sept 11. because of the opening line (bodies hitting the "floor" from jumping out the windows of the twin towers) - Felicia
Dschinghis Khan Moscow Moscow, Queen of the Russian land, Built like a rock to stand, Proud and divine. If this looks familiar to anyone, that's because this is the English version of "Moskau" - Dylan Baranski
Dschinghis Khan Moskau Moskau, Fremd und geheimnisvoll, Türme aus rotem gold, Kalt wie das eis. The lines translate as "Moscow, strange and mysterious, towers of shining gold, frozen in ice", which is nicely paced, but doesn't rhyme - Dylan Baranski
Duffy Warwick Avenue When I get to Warwick Avenue, Meet me by the entrance of the Tube. Warwick Avenue tube station is a London Underground station near Little Venice in inner north-west London. The station is on the Bakerloo line, between Paddington and Maida Vale stations, and is in Travelcard Zone 2. - Rocky Mak
Duran Duran All She Wants Is All she wants is...(x3) All she wants is what? - Brian Kelly
Duran Duran Notorious No-no-notorious.  - Brian Kelly
Duran Duran A View To A Kill Meeting you, with a view to a kill. "A View To A Kill" was the theme song for the James Bond of the same name. Although, some sources place this song and movie as being from 1986, it's actually from 1985. "A View To A Kill" was also Duran Duran's second #1 song in the U.S. (the first was "The Reflex"). - Peter
Duran Duran Wild Boys Wild Boys! Wild Boys! Wild... Boys There's no mistaking this song after those initial drum beats, yet they helpfully yell out the title in case you're too thick to know otherwise. - ChuckyG
Duran Duran The Reflex The reflex! La-la-la-la! This was the opening line from the radio version, but not in the version from the album "Seven and The Ragged Tiger". - britrock
Dusty Springfield Stay Awhile Stay awhile, let me hold you. Stay awhile, 'til I've told you, oh, oh  - Candy Welty
Dusty Springfield Give Me Time If you'll only give me time  - Claire Grayson
Dusty Springfield The Look Of Love The look of love Is in your eyes The look your smile can't disguise The 1967 top ten hit, "The Look Of Love" was written by American songwriters, Hal David and Burt Bacharach (who wrote Springfield's 1964 hit, "Wishin' & Hopin'") and recorded by Springfield for the Bond movie, "Casino Royale" (the original version of the movie). Springfield's original version of the song was nominated for an Academy Award for Best Song in 1967. While Springfield's version of "The Look Of Love" was in the top ten, Sergio Mendes and Brasil '66 recorded their own version which became a bigger top ten hit in 1968. Dusty Springfield who was awarded an OBE was born Mary Isobel Catherine Bernadette O'Brien on April 16, 1939 in West Hampstead, London, England. Mary O'Brien's first venture into recording came when she was 11 years old making an amateur recording at a local record shop of her favorite singer, American jazz singer Peggy Lee's version of Irving Berlin's "When The Midnight Choo Choo Leaves For Alabam". Her first professional singing career came in 1958 (when she was 19 years old) and joined the Lana Sisters who had several songs in the British charts for the next two years. In 1960, Mary O'Brien joined with her older brother, Dion O'Brien (they both changed their last names to Springfield, with Dion becoming Tom, and Mary becoming Dusty) and Tim Feild in creating the folk trio the Springfields who were signed by Johnny Franz to Philips Record. Shortly after Tim Field left and was replaced by Mike Hurst. With Hurst, the Springfields had several British hits including the top ten hit, "Island Of Dreams". In 1962, the Springfields had a rare pre-Beatles era American hit for a British artist with "Silver Threads And Golden Needles". Shortly after this, in 1963, while the Springfields were in America in Nashville, TN and New York City and Dusty heard the Exciters' hit, "Tell Him" and then some of the Motown girl groups (especially Martha & the Vandellas), Dusty decided to go solo. Tom Springfield and Mike Hurst would become successful record producers (Springfield produced the Seekers, while Hurst produced such acts as Manfred Mann). Dusty had solo success immediately with the international hit, "I Only Want To Be With You" and was one of the few successful solo women acts from Britian that invaded America in the British invasion started by the Beatles. Between "I Only Want To Be With You" and "The Look Of Love" she had several hits in the states (although none of them reached #1). She was known for her sultry vocals and similiarities to several African-American acts and singers (she has been lumped as an early artists known for "blue-eyed soul"). Dusty was also known for her promotion of Motown and Atlantic recording artists (especially Martha & the Vandellas and Aretha Franklin) in Britian and getting those artists success in that country. Dusty was also the first artist to refuse to play white-only audiences in then segregated and Aparthied South Africa. She would continue to have success well into the 1990's, even backing Elton John on "The Bitch Is Back" in 1975 and also recording a version of the American TV show, "Growing Pains" theme, "As Long As We Got Each Other" with B.J. Thomas that was used in the 4th season of that show . She was diagnosed with breast cancer in 1994, and would succumb to that disease on March 2, 1999. She was so well liked and admired by many that even Queen Elizabeth II, in usual departure, sad she was saddened by the death of Dusty Springfield. - Peter
Dusty Springfield Wishin' And Hopin' Wishin' and hopin' and thinkin' and prayin'  - Candy Welty
Dusty Springfield What's It Gonna Be What's it gonna be? (Please tell me.) Is it really me? (Please tell me.)  - Candy Welty
Dwight Yoakam A Thousand Miles from Nowhere I'm a thousand miles from nowhere
Time don't matter to me
  - William Ransom

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