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Songs that mention their title in the opening line of the song

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Songs That Open With Their Titles, H

Performer
 
Song Title
 
Opening Lines
 
Comments & Submittor Name
Haddaway What Is Love What is love   - Mads
Hall & Oates Back Together Again He's back together again  - Sutch
Hall & Oates Rich Girl You're a rich girl, and you've gone too far, 'cause you know it don't matter anyway.  - Vic George
Hall And Oates Say It Isn't So Say it isn't so. Say it isn't so. Say it isn't so painful.  - Brian Kelly
Hamilton, Joe Frank & Reynolds Don't Pull Your Love Don't pull your love out on me baby.  - Old
Hamilton, Joe Frank and Reynolds Fallin' in Love Baby, baby, fallin' in love, fallin' in love again This opening line opens with the title not once, but twice. - Andria
Hank Ballard And The Midnighters Teardrops On Your Letter Teardrops on your letter that I got from you  - Candy Welty
Hank Green I F***ing Love Science I f***ing love science Hank says the line many times throughout the song. - JeReMy
Hank Williams Lost on the River Lost on the river, dark is the night  - Sutch
Hard-Fi Living for the Weekend Oh, I've been working all week I'm tired, yeah I've been working all week I'm just living for the weekend.  - Dongquan
Hard-Fi Cash Machine Go to a cash machine, to get a ticket home.  - Dongquan
Harold Melvin & The Blue Notes If You Don't Know Me By Now If you don't know me by now, you will never never never know me  - Candy Welty
Harpers Bizarre Come To The Sunshine Come to the sunshine, hang your ups and downs  - Claire Grayson
Harry Belafonte Hello Everybody Hello everybody, everybody how do you do. Hello everybody, everybody how do you do. I'm mighty glad to be livin' and I'm mighty glad to be here too.  - Candy Welty
Harry Nilsson Everybody's Talkin' Everybody's talkin' at me, I don't hear a word they're sayin'  - Candy Welty
Harry Styles Sign Of The Time Just stop your crying, it's just a sign of the times  - Brit Boxx
Hawk Nelson From Underneath  "From Underneath I wanted you, to see the first thing that I poured my heart into..."  - Heidi
Hawkwind Upside Down When I stand upside down  - Sutch
Hawthorne Heights Breathing In Sequence Breathing in the same sequence Rest in peace, the recently passed on lead singer Casey Calvert. He was young and talented :'( - Alex
Hayley Mills Johnny Jingo I never loved any boy like I love Johnny Jingo  - Candy Welty
Heart Sing Child Sing child sing From their 1976 album "Dreamboat Annie" - RevengeFromMars YouTube
Heart Go On Cry Go On Cry From their 1977 album "Little Queen". The opening line doesn't happen until about 2:30. - RevengeFromMars YouTube
Heart Say Hello I'd like to know when you will say hello From their 1977 album "Little Queen" - RevengeFromMars YouTube
Heatwave Always And Forever Always and forever, each moment with you  - Candy Welty
Hedgehoppers Anonymous It's Good News Week It's good news week. Someone's dropped a bomb somewhere, contaminating atmosphere and blackening the sky.  - Candy Welty
Helen Reddy I Am Woman I am woman, hear me roar In numbers too big to ignore. A #1 song near in November 1972, this was the ultimate song for feminists in the 1970's! - Peter
Helen Reddy Delta Dawn Delta Dawn, what's that flower you have on?  - Candy Welty
Henry Mancini Charade When we played our charade, we were like children posing  - Candy Welty
Henry Manicini and Johnny Mercer Moon River Moon river, wider than a mile, I'm crossing you in style some day. "Moon River" was written by Henry Manicini and Johnny Mercer for the still popular 1961romantic comedy film, "Breakfast At Tiffany's" starring, Audrey Hepburn. Audrey Hepburn sings "Moon River" during the film, but a more popular version was sung by Andy Williams. - Peter
Herb Alpert Love Is Love is carin', love is meaning, love is sharin', love is feeling Those are the only lyrics, the rest is instrumental. - Frosty The Cat
Herb Alpert This Guy's In Love With You You see this guy's, this guy's in love with you.  "This Guy's In Love With You" was Herb Alpert's first #1 song in the summer of 1968 (and Alpert wouldn't visit the #1 position again until his instrumental hit, "Rise" in the fall of 1979). But it was written by Alpert, it was written by his friends, the award winning duo of Hal David and Burt Bacharach. - Peter
Herb Alpert Keep Your Eye On Me Keep your eye on me. Keep your eye on me. Perfect!  - Candy Welty
Herbie Mann Hijack Hijack your love, hijack your love, hijack your love, I'm gonna steal your love  - Candy Welty
Herman's Hermits I'm Henry VIII, I Am I'm Henry the eighth I am Henry the eighth I am I am  For their second #1 song in the states, Herman's Hermits took a song originally written in 1911 by Murray/Weston and originally popularized in dance halls and vaudeville, in England (but not the U.S.) back in the early twentieth by Harry Champion. I'm assuming everyone knows who Henry VIII was. - Peter
Herman's Hermits East West East west, over the ocean, perpetual motion, traveling around  - Candy Welty
Herman's Hermits No Milk Today No milk today, my love has gone away. 1967's "No Milk Today" was the hit B-side to "There's A Kind Of Hush". Herman's Hermits lead singer, Peter Noone is still performing today, recently appearing on "American Idol" singing "Hush". I'm not sure about his "American Idol" appearance, but I saw Peter Noone in a concert back in 2002, and he still looks and sounds the same when he was younger back in 1967. We can all hope to have it as good as Peter Noone in that regard. - Peter
Herman's Hermits Listen People Listen people to what I say  - Lily Orange
Herman's Hermits Mrs. Brown You've Got A Lovely Daughter Mrs. Brown you've got a lovely daughter The Manchester, England quintet, led by lead singer Peter Noone, Herman's Hermits' first #1 song in the states was this little ditty, "Mrs. Brown You've Got A Lovely Daughter" (for two weeks in late spring 1965). - Peter
Herman's Hermits Dandy Dandy, Dandy, Where you gonna go now?  - Brit Boxx
Herman's Hermits There's A Kind Of Hush There's a kind of hush all over the world tonight. 1967's "There's A Kind Of Hush" was Herman's Hermits only two-sided hit in the states. The B-side of the popular and romantic "Hush" is "No Milk Today". Apparently the young people of 1967 flipped the 45 rpm over and found both songs to be quite to their liking. - Peter
Highway 101 Somewhere Tonight Somewhere tonight he's a live wire
He's got his sights on someone new
  - William Ransom
The Highwaymen Michael Michael rowed the boat ashore, alleluya. "Michael" was the folk group the Highwaymen's only #1 from Fall 1961. "Michael" refers to the Saint who became an angel named Michael. - Peter
The Hilltoppers Marianne Marianne, oh Marianne, oh won't you marry me?  - Candy Welty
Hinder Better Than Me I think you can do much better than me. After all the lies I made you believe. It's hard to please a woman with the "Lips Of An Angel", so maybe Hinder should lower his standards instead of beating himself up. - Johnny Pee Lately
Hole Retard Girl Retard Girl, Makes us sick  - Jess
Holiday Songs Christmas Is Coming Christmas is coming. The goose is getting fat. / Please put a penny in the old man's hat.  - Marcia Zarwetten-Grassi
Holiday Songs O Come, O Come, Emmanuel O come, O come, Emmanuel,
And ransom captive Israel.
  - Bridget Andrews
Holiday Songs I Wonder As I Wander I wonder as I wander, Out under the sky,  - Ava Murphy
Holiday Songs O Come, All Ye Faithful O come, all ye faithful, joyful and triumphant.  - Ava Murphy
Holiday Songs Here Comes Santa Claus Here comes Santa Claus, Here comes Santa Claus.  - Ava Murphy
Holiday Songs Deck The Halls Deck the halls with boughs of holly, Fa-la-la-la-la-la-la-la-la.  - Ava Murphy
Holiday Songs While Shepherds Watched Their Flocks While shepherds watched their flocks by night, All seated on the ground,  - Ava Murphy
Holiday Songs Up On The Housetop Up on the housetop, Reindeer pause.  - Ava Murphy
Holiday Songs O Little Town Of Bethlehem O little town of Bethlehem, How still we see the lie.  - Ava Murphy
Holiday Songs Jolly Old St. Nicholas Jolly old St. Nicholas, Lean your ear this way.  - Ava Murphy
Holiday Songs Joy To The World Joy to the world, the Lord is come.  - Ava Murphy
Holiday Songs I Heard The Bells On Christmas Day I heard the bells, on Christmas Day,Their old familiar carols play  - Ava Murphy
Holiday Songs God Rest Ye Merry, Gentlemen God rest ye merry, Gentlemen, Let nothing you dismay.  - Ava Murphy
Holiday Songs Ave Maria Ave Maria, Gratia plena.  - Ava Murphy
Holiday Songs Ding Dong ! Merrily On High Ding Dong! Merrily on high, In Heaven the bells are ringing.  - Ava Murphy
Holiday Songs We Wish You A Merry Christmas We wish you a merry Christmas, We wish you a merry Christmas.  - Ava Murphy
Holiday Songs O Christmas Tree O Christmas tree, O Christmas tree, Thy leaves are so unchanging.  - Ava Murphy
Holiday Songs The Holly And The Ivy The holly and the ivy, When they are both full grown.  - Ava Murphy
Holiday Songs Lo, How A Rose E'er Blooming Lo, how a rose e'er blooming, From tender stem hath sprung.  - Ava Murphy
Holiday Songs O Come Little Children O come, little children, O come one and all.  - Ava Murphy
Holiday Songs Once In Royal David's City Once, in royal David's city, Stood a lowly cattle shed.  - Ava Murphy
Holiday Songs I Saw Three Ships I saw three ships come sailing in, On Christmas Day, On Christmas Day.  - Ava Murphy
Holiday Songs Good Christian Men, Rejoice Good Christian men, rejoice, With heart and soul and voice.  - Ava Murphy
Holiday Songs Good King Wenceslas Good King Wenceslas looked out, On the feast of Stephen,  - Ava Murphy
Holiday Songs What Child Is This? What child is this who, laid to rest, On Mary's lap is sleeping?  - Ava Murphy
Holiday Songs Silent Night Silent night, Holy night. All is calm, all is bright.  - Ava Murphy
Holiday Songs O Holy Night O Holy night, The stars are brightly shining.  - Ava Murphy
Holiday Songs Hark! The Herald Angels Sing Hark! The herald angels sing. Glory to the newborn King!  - Ava Murphy
Holiday Songs Go Tell It On The Mountain Go tell it on the mountain, Over the hills and everywhere.  - Ava Murphy
Holiday Songs The First Noel The first Noel the angels did say  - Ava Murphy
Holiday Songs We Three Kings We three Kings of Orient are.  - Ava Murphy
Holiday Songs Away In A Manger Away in a manger, no crib for a bed.  - Ava Murphy
Holiday Songs Angels We Have Heard On High Angels we have heard on high, Sweetly singing o'er the plains.  - Ava Murphy
The Hollies Sandy Sandy, the aurora is rising behind us  - Candy Welty
The Hollies Look Through Any Window Look through any window, yeah, what do you see?  - Candy Welty
The Hollies Dear Eloise Dear Eloise, I am writing to say a number of funny things I heard today  - Candy Welty
Hollywood Argyles Alley-Oop Alley-Oop, oop, oop, oop oop  - Yvette Bristle
Hollywood Flames Buzz-Buzz-Buzz Well buzz-buzz-buzz goes the bumble bee  - Candy Welty
Hollywood Undead Everywhere I Go Everywhere I go, b****es always know...  - Jonathan S.
Honeycombs Have I The Right? Have I the right to hold you You know I've always told you That we must never ever part oh ooh ooh oh "Have I The Right?" was an American Top five hit from the second half of 1965 from the British Invasion group, Honeycombs. Honeycombs got their name from their drummer, one of the first lady drummers in rock 'n' roll history (although not the first), Honey Lantree (born Ann Margot Lantree). "Have I The Right?" spent 15 weeks at #1 in Britain in the Fall of 1964 and Honeycombs had as huge of following in their home country as did the Beatles, the Rolling Stones and the Kinks. Another key to Honeycombs success and the success and unique sound of "Have I The Right?" was the lead vocals of Dennis D'Ell (b. Denis James Dalziel 14 October 1943). D'Ell died on July 6, 2005. - Peter
The Honeys Raindrops Raindrops, raindrops all around me, little raindrops, raindrops all around me  - Candy Welty
The Hooters Nervous Night Nervous night, time on my hands From their 1985 album, also called Nervous Night. - RevengeFromMars YouTube
Hootie & The Blowfish Time Time, why you punish me?  - Brian Kelly
Howard Jones Like To Get To Know You Well Like to get to know you well. (x3)  - Brian Kelly
Hoyt Axton & Linda Ronstadt When The Morning Comes When the morning comes and you gotta get up, how you gonna find your shoes? In an empty bed with an achin' head  - Candy Welty
Hudson Brothers Lonely School Year It's gonna be a lonely school year. I'll sing it again. It's gonna be a lonely school year.  - Claire Grayson
Hudson Brothers So You Are A Star So you are a star, okay. Nobody knows you like I do.  - Claire Grayson
Hudson Brothers Rendezvous Rendezvous, oh rendevzous, rende, rende, rendezvous  - Claire Grayson
Hues Corporation Rock The Boat So, I'd like to know where you got the notion, Said, I'd like to know where you got the notion, to rock the boat.  "Rock The Boat" a literal one-hit wonder #1 song from the summer of 1974 for the California trio known as the Hues Corporation (members: St. Clair Lee, Ann Kelley and Fleming Williams) marks a very important dividing line for pop/rock music of the 1970's. "Rock The Boat" considered by many people to be the first Disco song of the 1970's, came at just about the right time to spark the Disco era in the same summer that President Richard M. Nixon resigned because of the Watergate scandal and as people were leaving behind the struggles and protests sparked by the Vietnam War. And pop/rock music of the 1970's is clearly seen as being divided at when "Rock The Boat" reached the #1 spot for two weeks in the summer of 1974. For before that was still lingering sounds of music from the 1960's from Motown records, Atlantic records and the British Invasion led by the Beatles and the easy listening tunes from such artists as the Carpenters, and Bread -- while after "Rock The Boat" was pop/rock music that would define the last half of the 1970's of arena rock and disco. "Rock The Boat" also would be the beginning of how dance music would evolve not only during the last half of the 1970's but also into the 1980's, 1990's and the first decade of the twenty-first century. - Peter
The Hues Corporation Freedom For The Stallion Freedom for the stallion, freedom for the mare and her colt  - Claire Grayson
Huey Lewis Perfect World Everybody's looking for a perfect world.  - Brian Kelly
Huey Lewis Power Of Love Power of love is a curious thing.  - Brian Kelly
Huey Lewis And The News I Want A New Drug I want a new drug, one that won't make me sick.  - Brian Kelly
Hum Stars She thinks she missed the train to Mars, she's out back counting stars.  - Brian Kelly
Hurricane Smith Who Was It? Who was it that caught you falling and put you back on your feet?  - Candy Welty

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