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Songs That Open With Their Titles, O

Song Title
Opening Lines
Comments & Submittor Name
The O'Jays I Love Music I love music, any kind of music  - Candy Welty
The O'Kaysions Girl Watcher I'm a girl watcher, I'm a girl watcher, watchin' girls go by, my, my, my  - Candy Welty
Oasis Some Might Say Some might say that sunshine follows thunder  - Julia The Classy
Oasis Songbird Talking to the songbird yesterday.  - Brian Kelly
Oasis She's Electric She's electric. She's got a family full of eccentrics.  - Brian Kelly
Oasis Roll With It You gotta roll with it, you gotta take your time.  - Brian Kelly
Oasis Slide Away Slide away and give it all you've got.  - Brian Kelly
Ocean One More Chance Don't deny your people one more chance  - Candy Welty
Ocean Put Your Hand In The Hand Put your hand in the hand of the man who stilled the water  - Candy Welty
The Offspring Have You Ever Have you ever walked through a room?  - Brian Kelly
Ohio Express Chewy Chewy Chewy, chewy, chewy ... Always got a mouthful of such sweet things to say. Another Bubblegum classic from Ohio Express from spring 1969. - Peter
Ohio Express Mercy I love you, mercy, mercy  - Candy Welty
Ohio Express Yummy Yummy Yummy Yummy, yummy, yummy, I got love in my tummy, And I feel like a-lovin' you: Love, you're such a sweet thing, Good enough to eat thing And that's just  The rest of the opening line: "... a-what I'm gonna do." "Yummy Yummy Yummy" and Ohio Express, along with 1910 Fruitgum Company and the Archies, was another one of the late 1960's most profilic pop groups in the subgenre of pop/rock known as Bubblegum music that appealed mainly to the 10 to 14 years old that were just starting to buy records and music in droves at the time. "Yummy Yummy Yummy" was a Fall 1968 top five hit for Ohio Express. But if you look closely at the lyrics it's unclear whether 10 to 14 years old at the time knew that Ohio Express was clearly singing about the sexual acts of fellatio and cunnilingus? - Peter
Ohio Players Love Rollercoaster Rollercoaster of love, Rollercoaster... Holy Rollers! When i first heard this song towards the middle of it , you can hear the sounds of a live Roller Coaster racing up and down its track then come a girls high pitch scream! Urban myth has it that at the time of the recording she was being murdered in the next room and her last scream had made it's way on the tape! So, yeah i had to listen to it over and over. - funonthrun
Old 97's Timebomb I've got a time bomb in my mind mom  - Fly Scorpio
Old 97's Rollerskate Skinny Rollerskate skinny and the terrible twos  - Fly Scorpio
Oliver Good Morning Starshine Good morning starshine, The earth says hello. "Good Morning Starshine" is another song from the musical, "Hair". It was sung in the original 1968 - 1972 Broadway production by the character of Sheila played by Lynn Kellogg. The one-hit wonder group, Oliver, would record it and take it to #2 in the pop charts in 1969. "Good Morning Starshine" was one of five songs from "Hair" that would get a reworking by popular artists of the time and hit the charts in 1969. Besides "Good Morning Starshine", there was the Fifth Dimension's #1 smash (for six weeks in 1969) of the "Medley: Aquarius/Let the Sunshine In the Flesh Failures", the family group the Cowsills' #3 hit of the title song, "Hair" and Three Dog Night's #3 hit of the song, "Easy To Be Hard". - Peter
Oliver Cheatham Get Down Saturday Night Get down this Saturday night. Saturday night.  - Brian Kelly
Oliver! (Musical) Jean Jean, Jean, roses are red. All the leaves have gone green. From the soundtrack to the movie "The Prime Of Miss Jean Brodie". - Bobby Silversboro
Olivia Newton-John If Not For You If not for you Babe, I couldn't even find the door.  "If Not For You" was Australian Olivia Newton-John's first internationally successful song back in 1971. It was written by Bob Dylan and was actually covered by former Beatle, George Harrison, on his sophomore lp, "All Things Must Pass". - Peter
Olivia Rodrigo Good 4 U Well good for you, I guess you moved on really easily.  - Nat
Olivia Rodrigo Driver's License I got my driver's license last week.  - Brian Kelly
Olly Murs Dear Darlin' Dear darlin', please excuse my writing, I can't stop my hands from shaking  - Jacynthia Maries
The Olympics Little Pedro Little Pedro, he's got to fight the bull  - Lily Orange
OMD If You Leave If you leave, don't leave now.  - Brian Kelly
OMD Enola Gay Enola Gay, you should have stayed at home yesterday.  - Brian Kelly
One Direction If I Could Fly If I could fly, I'd be coming right back home to you  - wand erection
One Direction Once in a lifetime Once in a lifetime, it's just right, we make no mistakes  - Charley Belle
One Direction Little Black Dress Little black dress just walked into the room  - Charley Belle
One Republic Mercy Angel of mercy, how did you find me?  - Dongquan
The Orlons Don't Hang Up Don't hang up, no, no, oh don't you do it now  - Candy Welty
Other Ones Holiday Another holiday.  - Brian Kelly
Otis & Carla Tramp Tramp. What you call me? Tramp. Oh you didn't.  - Alyssa Jayne
Our Lady Peace Naveed Come come Naveed.  - Brian Kelly
The Outfield Since You've Been Gone Since you've been gone, there's something I wanna say.  - Brian Kelly
The Ovations Oh What A Day Oh what a day, what a day, what a day, when we fell in love  - Candy Welty
Owl City Fireflies You would not believe your eyes if ten million fireflies lit up the world as i fell asleep. I nearly crapped myself when i saw that this wasn't on here. - Liz Bone
Ozark Mountain Daredevils Jackie Blue Ooh-hoo, Jackie Blue, lives her life from inside of a room. "Jackie Blue" was Ozark Mountain Daredevils' highest charting tune going Top Five in the Spring of 1975 (also probably the most recognizable from the five man country-rock group from Missouri that is still together and performing). The memorable opening line comes after a great guitar solo introduction. "Jackie Blue" was written by members, Larry Lee and Steve Cash with Cash on vocals. Other members of the group are: John Dillon, Randle Chowning and Buddy Brayfield. "Jackie Blue" was from Ozark Mountain Daredevils' second lp, "It'll Shine When It Shines". - Peter
Ozzy Osbourne Black Rain The black rain is falling.  - Brian Kelly

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