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Songs That Open With Their Titles, P

Performer
 
Song Title
 
Opening Lines
 
Comments & Submittor Name
Pablo Cruise Whatcha Gonna Do? Whatcha gonna do when she says goodbye?  - Brian Kelly
Panama Always Always I remember you. I love the piano melody from this song. - Brian Kelly
Panic at the Disco When the Day Met the Night When the moon fell in love with the sun all was golden in the sky. All was golden when the day met the night. Wow. A P(!)ATD song that actually uses the name o.o - Liz Bone
Papa Roach Last Resort Cut my life into pieces, this is my last resort.  - Brian Kelly
Papa Roach Not Listening I'm not listening, not anymore.  - Brian Kelly
Papa Roach Hollywood W*ore Hollywood W*ore, passed out on the floor. I'm sorry but the party's over.  - Liz Bone
Paramore Misery Business I'm in the business of misery, let's take it from the top Mixed up, but still... - Felicia
Paramore Oh Star Oh star, fall down on me Bonus track from their first album. - Lizzie
Paramore Emergency I think we have an emergency  - Felicia
Paramore Hello, Hello Hello, hello is anyone home? Hello, hello, just pick up the phone.  - Liz Bone
Paramore When It Rains And when it rains...  - Lizzie
Paramore Here We Go Again And here we go again with all the things we said...  - Lizzie
Parent Trap Soundtrack Let's Get Together Let's get together, yeah, yeah, yeah, why don't you and I combine  - Candy Welty
Partners In Rhyme Turtle Power T-U-R-T-L-E Power T-U-R-T-L-E Power T-U-R-T-L-E Power T-U-R-T-L-E Power Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles I just saw the TMNT movie as late as last night and it's still annoying as hell. - Celeste
Pat Benatar Shadows Of The Night We're running with the shadows of the night. So baby take my hand, we'll be alright.  - sherock
Pat Benatar My Clone Sleeps Alone You know and I know my clone sleeps alone.  - Brian Kelly
Pat Benatar Somebody's Baby You used to be somebody's baby.  - Brian Kelly
Pat Benatar Tell Me Why Tell me why the stars do shine.  - Brian Kelly
Pat Benatar In The Heat Of The Night In the heat of the night, when you know it ain't right.  - Brian Kelly
Pat Boone Dear John Dear John, oh how I hate to write  - Claire Grayson
Pat Boone Beyond The Sunset Beyond the sunset, oh, blissful morning  - Candy Welty
Pat Boone I'll Remember Tonight I'll remember tonight, that lovely melody we danced to  - Candy Welty
Pat Boone Moody River Moody river, more deadly than the vainest knife  - Candy Welty
Pat Boone April Love April love is for the very young  - Candy Welty
Pat Boone Sugar Moon Oh sugar Moon, come out tonight  - Candy Welty
Pat Boone Big Cold Wind There was a big cold wind. It came a-rollin' down this hill.  - Candy Welty
Pat Boone Anastasia Anastasia, tell me who you are  - Candy Welty
Pat Boone When The Swallows Come Back To Capistrano When the swallows come back to Capistrano, that's the day you promised you'd come back to me  - Candy Welty
Pat Boone Why Baby Why Why baby why don't you treat me (why baby why) like you used to do?  - Candy Welty
Pat Boone Gee Whittakers! Gee whittakers! All you want to do is play  - Candy Welty
Pat Boone Don't Forbid Me Don't forbid me to hold you tight  - Candy Welty
Pat Boone Remember You're Mine (Remember, remember you're mine) Be faithful, darlin', while you're away  - Candy Welty
Pat Hervey A Mother's Love A mother's love is always true  - Claire Grayson
Patrice Rushen Forget Me Nots Sending you forget me nots to help me to remember  - Candy Welty
Patrick Swayze She's Like The Wind She's like the wind through my dreams. Rest in peace, Patrick. - Brian Kelly
Patsy Cline Strange Strange how you stopped loving me  - Candy Welty
Patsy Cline I Fall To Pieces I fall to pieces each time I see you again  - Candy Welty
Patsy Cline So Wrong I've been so wrong for so long  - Candy Welty
Patsy Cline Crazy Crazy, I'm crazy for feelin' so lonely  - Candy Welty
Patsy Cline Leavin' On Your Mind If you got leavin' on your mind, tell me now, get it over  - Candy Welty
Patsy Cline Sweet Dreams Of You Sweet dreams of you every night I go through  - Candy Welty
Patsy Cline Back In Baby's Arms I'm back in baby's arms, how I missed those loving arms  - Candy Welty
Patsy Cline Walkin' After Midnight I go out walkin' after midnight in the moonlight  - Candy Welty
Patti Page How Much Is That Doggie In The Window How much is that doggie in the window? (Arf, arf) "How Much Is That Doggie In The Window" was a #1 tune for Patti Page and some uncredited singing dogs from the early 1950's. - Peter
Patti Page I Wish I'd Never Been Born I wish I'd never been born. Don't like this life I'm living.  - Candy Welty
Patti Page I Went To Your Wedding I went to your wedding although I was dreading the thought of losing you  - Candy Welty
Patti Page Repeat After Me Repeat after me: It's nice to talk with you, it's nice to talk with you  - Candy Welty
Patti Page Hush, Hush, Sweet Charlotte Hush, hush, sweet Charlotte. Charlotte, don't you cry.  - Candy Welty
Patti Page Quartet With My Eyes Wide Open I'm Dreaming With my eyes wide open I'm dreaming. Can it be true I'm holding you close to my heart?  - Candy Welty
Patty Duke Don't Just Stand There Please don't just stand there. Come and kiss me like before.  - Candy Welty
Paul & Paula Hey Paula Hey, hey Paula, I wanna marry you.  Paul & Paula's "Hey Paula" was a #1 song in the spring of 1963. - Peter
Paul Anka Did You Have A Happy Birthday? Did you have a happy birthday even though I wasn't there?  - Candy Welty
Paul Anka Put Your Head On My Shoulder Put your head on my shoulder, Hold me in your arms, ba---by Squeeze me oh so tight, ba--by Show me that you love me too.  - Peter
Paul Anka I Don't Like To Sleep Alone I don't like to sleep alone, stay with me, don't go  - Candy Welty
Paul Baloche "Open The Eyes Of My Heart" Open the eyes of my heart, Lord, open the eyes of my heart  - Vic George
Paul Dino Ginnie Bell Hey, Miss Ginnie Bell, Ginnie Bell, la la la la la la la  - Candy Welty
Paul Lynde Kids!  Kids! For reference the next line is: "I don't know what's the matter with kids today!" "Kids!" is another song from Charles Strouse and Lee Adams' musical, "Bye Bye Birdie". The late great, Paul Lynde (probably more famously known for his role of Uncle Arthur on "Bewitched" and on center square on "Hollywood Squares") played Henry MacAfee in the original Broadway version of "Bye Bye Birdie". Paul Lynde would also play the character, but with a first name change of Harry, in the 1963 motion picture. Actor George Wendt did a memorable turn as Harry MacAfee in an ABC/Disney 1995 TV special of "Bye Bye Birdie". - Peter
Paul McCartney One of These Days One of these days, when my feet are on the ground.  - Brian Kelly
Paul McCartney Silly Love Songs You'd think that people would have had enough of silly love songs.  - Brian Kelly
Paul McCartney & Michael Jackson Say Say Say Say say say what you want, but don't play games with my affection  - Candy Welty
Paul McCartney & Wings Jet Jet, jet, jet, I can almost remember their funny faces  - Candy Welty
Paul Siebel Louise Well they all said Louise was not half bad  - Sutch
Paul Simon Slip Slidin' Away Slip slidin' away, slip slidin' away, you know the nearer your destination, the more you're slip slidin' away. From his 1977 Greatest Hits, Etc. album - Vic George
Paul Simon Ace In the Hole Some people say Jesus, that's the ace in the hole.  - Brian Kelly
Paula Abdul Cold Hearted He's a cold-hearted snake.  - Brian Kelly
Pavement Cut Your Hair Darling, don't you go and cut your hair.  - Brian Kelly
Peabo Bryson & Roberta Flack Tonight, I Celebrate My Love Tonight, I celebrate my love for you  - Candy Welty
Pearl Bailey Takes Two To Tango Takes two to tango, two to tango, two to really get the feeling of romance  - Candy Welty
Pearl Jam Go Oh, please don't go out on me.  - Brian Kelly
Pearl Jam In My Tree Up here in my tree, yeah  - RevengeFromMars YouTube
Pearl Jam State of Love And Trust State of love and trust as I busted down the pretext.  - Brian Kelly
Pearl Jam Sirens Hear the sirens.  - Brian Kelly
Pearl Jam Red Mosquito Watched from the window, with a red mosquito  - RevengeFromMars YouTube
Pearl Jam Smile Don't it make you smile?  - RevengeFromMars YouTube
Peggy Lee Lover Lover, when I'm near you and I hear you speak my name  - Candy Welty
Peggy Lee Alright, Okay, You Win Well alright, okay, you win, I'm in love with you  - Candy Welty
Peggy Wood Climb Ev'ry Mountain Climb ev'ry mountain Search high and low Follow ev'ry by-way Every path you know "Climb Ev'ry Mountain" is another one of the numbers from "The Sound Of Music" (from Rodgers and Hammerstein). Sung by the Mother Abbess to Maria when she has doubts about becoming involved with Captain Von Trapp (and Maria has actually run back to the convent). It's sung in a operatic voice (in the 1965 movie by Peggy Wood who played the Mother Abbess) as advice to Maria (played by Julie Andrews) who quickly realizes her destiny is with Captain Von Trapp and his children. - Peter
The Peppermint Rainbow Don't Wake Me Up In The Morning, Michael Don't wake me up in the morning, Michael, not if you're planning to say goodbye  - Candy Welty
Percy Sledge When A Man Loves A Woman When a man loves a woman Can't keep his mind on nothing else He'd chain the world On a good thing he's found Percy Sledge's "When A Man Loves A Woman" was a late spring 1966 #1 hit for three weeks. It would have repeat success in 1983 when it was included on the movie, "The Big Chill's" soundtrack. Michael Bolton would have success with a remake of the song in the early 1990's. - Peter
Percy Sledge Warm and Tender Love Let me wrap you in my warm and tender love, yeah  - Sutch
Perry Como More You're more than life to me  - Candy Welty
Perry Como Catch A Falling Star Catch a falling star and put it in your pocket  - Candy Welty
Perry Como It's Impossible  It's impossible, to tell the sun to leave the sky, it's impossible. "It's Impossible" seemed and impossible 1971 #3 hit for the man in the 1950's nicknamed, "Mr. Saturday Night" (for his CBS-TV show of the 1950's), Perry Como. - Peter
Perry Como And I Love You So And I love you so. The people ask me how, how I lived till now.  - Candy Welty
Perry Como (There's No Place Like) Home For The Holidays Oh, there's no palce like home for the holidays, Cause no matter how far away you roam,.  - Ava Murphy
Perry Como Magic Moments Magic moments, when two hearts are caring. Magic moments, mem'ries we've been sharing.  - Candy Welty
Perry Como Don't Let The Stars Get In Your Eyes Don't let the stars get in your eyes. Don't let the Moon break your heart.  - Candy Welty
Perry Como Wanted Wanted, someone who kissed me and held me closely, then stole my heart  - Candy Welty
Perry Como Dream On Little Dreamer Dream on, little dreamer, dream on. Dream on, little dreamer, dream on.  - Candy Welty
Perry Como Glendora I'm in love with a dolly named Glendora  - Candy Welty
Perry Como and Jaye P. Morgan Two Lost Souls Two lost souls on the highway of life  - Lily Orange
Pet Shop Boys New York City Boy New york city boy  - Mads
Pet Shop Boys Hold On Hold on, hold on  - Sutch
Pete Seeger Where Have All The Flowers Gone? Where have all the flowers gone, long time passing? "Where Have All The Flowers Gone?" was written by folk singer and writer, Pete Seeger early in the Vietnam War era, before many protests even started. It started to become a protest song when Peter, Paul & Mary recorded it in 1962 for their first lp, and then sang it at several protests that associated the Vietnam War uneven drafting system (of aiming at poor and usually more black young men) with the Civil Rights movement. In the fall 1965, Johnny Rivers would record a more uptempo version of "Where Have All The Flowers Gone?" (I have it on CD and also as an old 45 rpm and I think it's wonderful, although Rivers says he wasn't fond of his version) that fit into much of the angst that was just beginning to become even more outspoken protests about the Vietnam War in the last half of the 1960's, into the early 1970's. Other artists have also covered "Where Have All The Flowers Gone?" (Judy Collins' version is probably one of the most poignant versions) and it still serves as a template for anti-War protests songs. - Peter
Pete Seeger Little Boxes Little boxes on the hillside, little boxes made of ticky tacky  - Candy Welty
Pete Shelley Telephone Operator Telephone operator, why can't I see you later?  - Brian Kelly
Peter Combe Mr Clicketty Cane When Mr Clicketty Cane plays a silly game Also known as "Wash Your Face in Orange Juice" - Brendan Richards
Peter Combe Down in the Bathroom Down in the bathroom, he looks so sad Ultimately, the song is about a toothbrush that is about to be thrown away. - Brendan Richards
Peter Combe Happy Christmas to You Happy Christmas to you and to you and to you  - Brendan Richards
Peter Combe Juicy Juicy Green Grass Juicy Juicy Green Grass  - Brendan Richards
Peter Combe O Little One O little one, o little one, all wrapped in swaddling clothes  - Brendan Richards
Peter Combe Jeffrey Hill Jeffrey Hill liked to cook in the kitchen when his mother was asleep in bed  - Brendan Richards
Peter Gabriel Red Rain Red rain is coming down.  - Brian Kelly
Peter Gabriel Solsbury Hill Climbing up on Solsbury Hill.  - Brian Kelly
Peter, Bjorn, and John Amsterdam Baby went to Amsterdam.  - Brian Kelly
Peter, Paul & Mary If I Had A Hammer If I had a hammer
I'd hammer in the morning
Hammer in the evening
All over this land
  - MOR
Peter, Paul & Mary Early Morning Rain In the early morning rain, with a dollar in my hand With an acing in my heart and my pockets full of sand I'm a long way from home, And I miss my  The rest of the opening: " ... loved one so, In the early morning rain with no place to go". "Early Morning Rain" was a mid-1960's (1965 or 1966) Peter, Paul & Mary song that showed how the trio had changed and even improved in songwriting skills since the 1964 4th lp. This song and others similiar to it, from this time period, took a lot more effort on the part of the listener to understand as should much folk music. - Peter
Peter, Paul & Mary For Lovin' Me That's what you get for lovin' me  - Candy Welty
Peter, Paul & Mary All My Trials All my trials Lord, soon be over. "All My Trials" is both another song from Peter, Paul & Mary's groundbreaking 3rd lp, and a traditional spiritual that Peter Yarrow, Paul Stookey and Milt Okun arranged to address the Civil Rights movement of the decade of the 1960's. Peter, Paul & Mary were already changing the songs they were singing to be more complicated and more challenging to the listeners in terms of the lyrics. And soon Peter, Paul & Mary and all American artists would encounter a force greater than them that would make them have to change to even more songs that would challenge the listener and that force would be a group from Liverpool, England: The Beatles! - Peter
Peter, Paul & Mary Man Come Into Egypt There is a man come into Egypt, and Moses is his name When he saw the grief upon us, In his heart there burned a flame. A 1963 tune from Peter, Paul & Mary, written by Fred Hellerman and Fran Minkoff. - Peter
Peter, Paul & Mary One Kind Favor There's one kind favor I'll ask of you There's one kind favor I'll ask of you "One Kind Favor" was one of the few songs on Peter, Paul & Mary's 1964 4th lp written by them, in this case Paul Stookey and Peter Yarrow. - Peter
Peter, Paul & Mary Bamboo You take a stick of bamboo, you take a stick of bamboo, You throw it in the water, Oh, oh, Hanaah. "Bamboo" is another song from Peter, Paul & Mary's 1962 debut lp. It was written by Von Ronk. - Peter
Peter, Paul & Mary Old Coat Take off your old coat and roll up your sleeves, Life is a hard road to travel, I believe. "Old Coat" is another 1963 song from Peter, Paul & Mary. It is taken from an old spiritual, "Jordan Am A Hard Road To Travel". Paul Stookey, Mary Travers, Elaina Mezzetti and Pete Sears arranged the tune specifically for the trio - Peter
Peter, Paul & Mary Sorrow I am a man of constant sorrow: I've seen trouble all my day. "Sorrow" is another song from Peter, Paul & Mary's 1962 debut lp, Like "Early In The Morning" it was written by Noel Paul Stookey (the Paul in Peter, Paul & Mary), but unlike that tune it was co-written by Peter Yarrow (the Peter in Peter, Paul & Mary). - Peter
Peter, Paul & Mary Single Girl I was a single girl, Dressed in clothes so fine, Now I am a married girl, Go ragged all the time. "Single Girl" is another song from Peter, Paul & Mary's 1964's 4th lp. "Single Girl" is an original tune written by Paul Stookey and Mary Travers (one of the few written by that combination). "Single Girl" was also showing the way as to how Peter, Paul & Mary were develop through the rest of their career. Yes, the pop charts were not to hear from them for three more years, but their folk roots were firmly established and appreciated by the folk audiences who would also find themselves changing and forced to change by Bob Dylan picking up an electric guitar, groups such as the Byrds and eventually even by what many originally resisted, the Beatles and other British pop/rock artists. - Peter
Peter, Paul & Mary This Train This train don't carry no gamblers, this train. "This Train" is another song from Peter, Paul & Mary's 1962 debut lp. "This Train" was co-written by Stookey and Yarrow. - Peter
Peter, Paul & Mary Hush-A-Bye Hush-a-bye, don't you cry, go to sleep you little baby. This was the last song from Peter, Paul & Mary's 1963 2nd lp. The folk trio's 3rd lp, out the same year, would be much more ground breaking, introducing much of the world to at that time a little known folk singer/writer that was friends with Mary Travers, Bob Dylan, who himself would change the world of pop, rock and folk even more! - Peter
Peter, Paul & Mary Early In The Morning Well early in the morning, about the break of day, I ask the Lord, "Help me find the way!" This was the first song on the folk-pop trio, Peter, Paul & Mary's 1962 debut lp, the one that included, "If I Had A Hammer". BTW, two corrections about what I wrote about in the information about "If I Had A Hammer" -- that song was co-written by Pete Seeger and Trini Lopez had the larger hit second after Peter, Paul & Mary's -- sorry, about that -- but wanted to correct those statements. - Peter
Peter, Paul & Mary Three Ravens There were three ravens sat on a tree, Down-a-down, Hey! "Three Ravens" is from Peter, Paul & Mary's 1964 4th lp. While working on this lp, Peter, Paul & Mary must have been aware of the British Invasion onto the American charts started by a group named the Beatles! The songs on this 4th lp would be the last set of songs that the lyrics were borrowed from traditional folk sources and also with fairly simple and stripped lyrics. And Peter, Paul & Mary seemed to be shut out of the pop charts, as were many American artists by the British Invasion. But in many ways, Peter, Paul & Mary were set free by the British Invasion shutting them out of the charts -- in many ways future lp's would have even more challenging lyrics and they became even better folk artists -- and on the folk lp charts the trio's lps continued to sell. And by 1967, Peter, Paul & Mary would find themselves back on the pop charts commenting positively on the changes made by the British Invasion with "I Dig Rock & Roll Music". - Peter
Peter, Paul & Mary Lemon Tree When I was just a lad of ten, my father said to me, "Come here and take a lesson from the lovely lemon tree." "Lemon Tree" is another song from Peter, Paul & Mary's 1962 debut lp. "Lemon Tree" was written by Will Holt. - Peter
Peter, Paul & Mary Go Tell It On The Mountain Go tell it on the mountain, Over the hill and everywhere, Go tell it on the mountain, To let MY people go.  "Go Tell It On The Mountain" is a song from Peter, Paul & Mary's groundbreaking 1963 third lp. It was groundbreaking for the source material and for the fact that Peter, Paul & Mary were quickly becoming a conduit for much of the 1960's angst, that in many ways was just beginning, over how much Civil Rights had not improved (and later on the issue of women's rights and human rights in general, worldwide), the fact that the Vietnam War was just starting to be a very big problem, and how the environment was being damaged. "Go Tell It On The Mountain" is a traditional gospel tune, with Paul Stookey, Peter Yarrow, Mary Travers and Milt Okun arranging the tune to send a message mainly about the Civil Rights movement. There would be more tunes such as that to come on this lp. And then there was the other source material that Peter, Paul & Mary used on this lp, and that was from Mary Travers friend, Bob Dylan's written songs. Yeah, Bob Dylan had already performed and recorded his "Blowin' In The Wind", but it took Peter, Paul & Mary's version to really sell it (even Dylan had to admit that Peter, Paul & Mary are what made the song known). And that song alone, "Blowin' In The Wind" that would be sung that August of 1963 at the Civil Rights march, live, on the steps of the Lincoln Memorial would show just how much Peter, Paul & Mary were also growing as artists of the world. "Blowin' In The Wind" would go to #2 on the charts that summer of the beginning of the questioning of the world order as it had been that would continue throughout the 1960's and into the decades since! - Peter
Peter, Paul & Mary Puff, The Magic Dragon Puff, the magic dragon lived by the sea, And frolicked in the autumn mist in a land called Honah Lee, Little Jackie Paper loved that rascal Puff, And  The rest of the opening line: "... bought him strings and sealing wax and other fancy stuff." "Puff, The Magic Dragon" started out as a children's book written in 1959 by a 19-year old Cornell student named, Lenoard "Lenny" Lipton. For the opening tune on their second lp, Peter Yarrow asked Lipton if he could add a some to Lipton's book and come up with a tune for the folk trio to start the lp. Lipton agreed and he got billing with Yarrow as a co-writer. "Puff, The Magic Dragon" was then Peter, Paul & Mary's best selling record, going all the way to #2 in the spring of 1963. On the surface, "Puff, The Magic Dragon" seems to be a simple children's tune, as was another similiar tune of that time, "On Top Of Spaghetti". But "Puff The Magic Dragon" is more than that, and if you listen closely it is an indictment against giving up everything in childhood after you are an adult, and also could be an indictment against being scared or afraid of something or someone different than yourself (both fitting into an environmental action tune, and a Civil Rights tune, perhaps?) "Puff, The Magic Dragon" hasn't been without controversy. Wrong, many people still think "Puff, The Magic Dragon" is about smoking marijuana. - Peter
Peter, Paul & Mary There Is A Ship There is a ship and she sails the sea. "There Is A Ship" is one more song from Peter, Paul & Mary's 1964's 4th lp. "There Is A Ship" was one more traditional gospel tune arranged by Peter Yarrow, Paul Stookey, Mary Travers and Milt Okun for a modern day folk audience. - Peter
Peter, Paul & Mary Cruel War The Cruel War is raging, Johnny has to fight, I want to be with him from morning to night. "Cruel War" is another song from Peter, Paul & Mary's debut lp. "Cruel War" was written by Paul Stookey and Peter Yarrow. - Peter
Peter, Paul & Mary Very Last Day Everybody gonna pray on the very last day Oh when they hear that bell a-ring the world away.  A 1963 song from Peter, Paul & Mary. Written by Paul Stookey and Peter Yarrow. - Peter
Peter, Paul & Mary Jesus Met The Woman Jesus met the woman at the well. "Jesus Met The Woman" is another song from Peter, Paul & Mary's 1964's 4th lp. "Jesus Met The Woman" is another traditional gospel tune arranged by Peter Yarrow, Mary Travers and Milt Okun as a modern day folk tune. - Peter
Peter, Paul & Mary  I Dig Rock And Roll Music I dig Rock and Roll music And I love to get the chance to play (and sing it). "I Dig Rock And Roll Music" was a pop/rock Top Ten hit for the usually strictly folk-pop trio, Peter, Paul & Mary back in 1967. "I Dig Rock And Roll Music" was co-written by Paul Stockley - Peter
Petula Clark Starting All Over Again Starting all over again, recreating a dream we once knew  - Candy Welty
Petula Clark A Sign Of The Times It's a sign of the times that your love for me is getting so much stronger  - Candy Welty
Petula Clark Downtown When you're alone and your life is making you lonely, you can always go downtown. This song made Petula Clark one of the first female British artists to hit #1 in America during the 1960's British Invasion. - John
Petula Clark Eternally I'll be loving you eternally with a love that's true, eternally  - Candy Welty
Petula Clark My Love My love is warmer than the warmest sunshine Softer than a sigh. In February 1966, "My Love" was Petula Clark's second #1 single on Billboard Magazine's HOT 100 charts. It would also be Petula Clark's last #1 single on that charts, although she'd continue with several top 10 hits throughout the remainder of the decade of the 1960's. - Peter
Petula Clark When I Was A Child When I was a child, not so long ago, life was full of make believe, toys upon the floor  - Candy Welty
Petula Clark Round Every Corner Round every corner [8 times]. Stop feeling sad now, life ain't so bad now.  - Candy Welty
Petula Clark I Wanna See Morning With Him I wanna see morning with him, yeah, I wanna see morning with him. No, I'm not made of stone, and I'm not about to send him home, oh no.   - Candy Welty
Petula Clark Love Is Here Love is here, and its music's filling the air  - Candy Welty
Petula Clark Tell Me It's Not True Tell me it's not true. Say it's just a story.  - Candy Welty
Petula Clark Just Say Goodbye Just say goodbye and let me walk away. There's nothing more to say when love like ours can die.   - Candy Welty
Petula Clark You'd Better Come Home You'd better come home and stop your running around  - Candy Welty
Petula Clark Here We Are Here we are, and aren't they all surprised? No one thought we'd make it through.  - Candy Welty
Phats & Small Feel Good Does it feel good to you?  - Mads
Phats & Small Discoke di-di-di-di-di-discoke-coke  - Mads
Phil Collins It's In Your Eyes It's In Your Eyes, the love you hide away, you can't disguise. I first thought the song was called "Any Time At All" It's the DJ's fault! - Greg Hulak
Phil Collins One More Night One more night. Gimme just one more night.  - Brian Kelly
Phil Collins Find A Way To My Heart Find a way to my heart and I will always be with you. Nice way to cap off "But Seriously". - Brian Kelly
Phil Collins In The Air Tonight I can feel it coming in the air tonight.  - Brian Kelly
Phil Collins and Phillip Bailey Easy Lover She's an easy lover.  - Brian Kelly
Pilot Magic Ho, ho, ho, It's magic you know Never believe, It's not so. "Magic" was a one-hit wonder from 1975 for the group Pilot. It went into the Top five in the spring of that year. - Peter
Pink Conversations with my 13 Year Old Self Conversations with my 13 year old self, conversations with my 13 year old self  - Anonymus
Pink Floyd One of These Days One of these days, I'm going to cut you into little pieces. These aren't just the opening lyrics. They're the only lyrics. - Brian Kelly
Pink Floyd Stop Stop! I want to go home. From their 1979 The Wall album, used as a segue between "Waiting For The Worms" and "The Trial". It was one of the few songs in the movie version that was sung by Bob Geldof, who was portraying the main character Pink in his adult state (the other songs he sung were the two different versions of "In The Flesh", the first version that introduces us to the story, and the later version where Pink becomes delusional and fashions himself as a Hitler-type dictator). - Vic George
Pink Floyd Hey You Hey, you/ Out there in the cold/ Getting lonely, getting old, Can you feel me?  - deep820
Pink Floyd Money Money, get away. Get a good job with good pay and you're okay.  - Nick Dridan
Pink Floyd Bring The Boys Back Home Bring the boys back home. From their 1979 The Wall album. - Vic George
Pink Floyd Have a Cigar Come in here, dear boy, have a cigar. You're gonna go far, fly high, You're never gonna die, you're gonna make it if you try; they're gonna love you Often times mistitled "Riding The Gravy Train". - Tina Turner-Overdrive
Pink Floyd Mother Mother, do you think they'll drop the bomb? From their 1979 The Wall album. - Vic George
Pink Floyd Breathe Breathe, breathe in the air.  - Rocky
Pink Floyd Don't Leave Me Now Ooh, babe, don't leave me now From their 1979 The Wall album - Vic George
Pink Floyd Empty Spaces What shall we use to fill the empty spaces when we used to talk? "Empty Spaces" is a shorter version of "What Shall We Do Now?", which was intended to be used on the album version of The Wall, but due to its length was saved for use in the movie version. - Vic George
Pink Floyd Vera Does anybody here remember Vera Lynn? From their 1979 The Wall album - Vic George
Pink Floyd Goodbye Cruel World Goodbye, cruel world, I'm leaving you today From their 1979 The Wall album - Vic George
Pitbull feat. Kesha Timber It's going down, I'm yelling "Timber".  - Brian Kelly
Placido Domingo & John Denver Perhaps Love Perhaps love is like a resting place, a shelter from the storm  - Candy Welty
Plain White T's Hey There, Delilah Hey there, Delilah. What's it like in New York City?  - Newrock
Plain White T's 1,2,3,4 One two, one two three four.  - Brian Kelly
Plan B She Said She said, "I love you, boy. I love your soul."  - Candy Welty
Platinum Blonde Crying Over You Crying; crying over you I can't really comment on this one. Considering that this song is about knowing what somebody is about and then figuring out that you're not going to cry over them anymore. - Celeste
The Platters Only You Only you can make my world seem right.  - Jennifer Howard
The Platters Harbor Lights I saw the harbor lights. They only told me we were parting.  - Candy Welty
The Platters The Great Pretender Oh-oh, yes I'm the great pretender.  - Peter
The Platters With This Ring With this ring I promise I'll always love you, always love you  - Candy Welty
The Platters Twilight Time Heavenly shades of night are falling, it's twilight time.  - Peter
The Platters Magic Touch You-oo-'ve got the magic touch.  - Peter
The Playmates Don't Go Home Don't go home, my little darlin', please don't leave the party yet  - Candy Welty
Poe Angry Johnny Johnny, Angry Johnny, this is Jezebel in Hell.  - Brian Kelly
Poets Of The Fall Locking Up The Sun They're locking up the sun the light of reason gon  - Wolfgang59
The Police Roxanne Roxanne, you don't have to put on the red light.  - Brian Kelly
The Police Mother Well the telephone is ringing, Is that my mother on the phone? Another "Synchronicity" track. Sting nearly sounds insane on this track, or at least his mother made him that way. - Peter
The Police Walking On The Moon Giant steps are what you take walking on the moon.  - Larcen Tyler
The Police Miss Gradenko Don't tell the director I said so, But are you safe Miss Gradenko? Another "Synchronicity" track. This comes close on the track listing to "Every Breath You Take" (before that track), where you almost have to wonder if the person being stalked in the later tune is Miss Gradenko. BTW, Sting was supposedly at one point a victim of a stalking incident. - Peter
The Police Every Breath You Take Every breath you take Every move you make Every bond you break Every step you take I'll be watching you Although the Police had several hits since 1977, 1983's "Every Breath You Take" was the group's first #1 song on Billboard Magazine's HOT 100 charts (and so far, only). And it was a big one, logging eight weeks at #1 in the summer of 1983. Although used by many at weddings, "Every Breath You Take" is not really a romantic song, so says lead vocalist Sting. Sting says the song is actually about being a stalker. Sting would address this further two years later, in 1985, with his solo hit, "If You Love Somebody, Set Them Free". - Peter
The Police Synchronicity With one breath, with one flow You will know Synchronicity The title track to the Police's best selling album. Sometimes referred to as "Synchronicity", since there is a "Synchronicity II" later on the album. - Peter
Poni-Tails Born Too Late Born too late for you to notice me. To you I'm just a kid that you won't date. Why was I born too late?  - Candy Welty
Pratt & McClain Happy Days Sunday, Monday, happy days, Tuesday, Wednesday, happy days  - Candy Welty
Presidents Of The United States Lump Lump sat alone in a buggy marsh. And that's all I have to say about that. - Brian Kelly
The Presidents of the United States of America Sunshine You're the one, you're the sunshine.  - Brian Kelly
The Presidents of the United States of America Froggie Froggie jumped all over the stage that day.  - Brian Kelly
The Presidents of the United States of America Peaches Moving to the country, gonna eat a lotta peaches.  - Brian Kelly
The Presidents of the United States of America Tremolo Blooz Tremolo blooz, ain't got nothin' to lose.  - Brian Kelly
The Presidents of the United States of America Mach 5 I will survive in my Mach 5. In my Mach 5, I will survive.  - Brian Kelly
Pretenders Private Life Your private life baby drama leave me out.  - Brian Kelly
The Pretenders Kid Kid, what changed your mood.  - Brian Kelly
The Pretenders Mystery Achievement Mystery achievement. Don't breathe down my neck, no.  - Brian Kelly
Pretenders Show Me Show me the meaning of the word.  - Brian Kelly
Pretenders Middle Of The Road The middle of the road, is trying to find me.  - Peter
The Pretenders Don't Get Me Wrong Don't get me wrong if I'm looking kind of dazzled.  - Vic George
Pretenders Brass In Pocket Got brass in pocket  - Peter
Priestess Lay Down Lay down, sleep my little darling  - Brian Kelly
Primitive Radio Gods Are You Happy? Hey, are you happy? Does your sun set high? Does your sun set high? I'm gonna show you how to operate in a spirit. This message is for you, this message is singular to you, it's not for anybody else. It's not hard to get, it's not hard to understand. - Mickey D.
Primitive Radio Gods Rocket Rocket, rocket, the skins like the sun like the red colored one that they call my Easy going day. - Mickey D.
Primitive Radio Gods Who Say Who say, who say, who say, who say, who say No comments. - Mickey D.
Primitive Radio Gods Women Women, women...Women...Don't say you love me, life isn't fair, and I don't care, so don't be stupid... At the very beginning, the man in the excerpts saying "women". - Mickey D.
Primitive Radio Gods Message From Steven Got a message from Steven, must have got it 'bout late last night Steven Hack, my half-brother. - Mickey D.
Primitive Radio Gods Chain Reaction I got caught in an astroplain, and all the physicists are wrong, the world is just a chain reaction I first thought of it in grade school, but then again in high school. - Mickey D.
Primus Jerry Was A Race Car Driver Jerry was a race car driver. Drove so goddamn fast.  - Brian Kelly
Prince Delirious I get delirious whenever you're near  - Peter
Procol Harum The Blink of an Eye It was all over in the blink of an eye  - Sutch
Procol Harum Conquistador Conquistador, your stallion stands... Originally, this song was written in 1967, but it wasn't a hit song until five years later when they play it with the Edmonton Symphony Orchestra. - Paul Warren
Prodigy Breathe Breathe with me. Breathe the pressure. Come play the game, I'll test ya'. Psychosomatic addict insane  - Electric Dark Orchestra
The Producers What's He Got? What's he got that I ain't got?  - Brian Kelly
Professor Morrison's Lollipop You Got The Love You got the love, you got the love, baby, you got the love, I love to love, baby  - Candy Welty
Psy Gangnam Style Oppa Gangnam style.  - Brian Kelly
Psychedelic Furs Heartbreak Beat On a heartbreak beat, yeah, all night long.  - Brian Kelly
Psychedelic Furs Heaven Heaven is the whole of the heart.  - Brian Kelly
Public Image Limited (This Is Not) A Love Song This is not a love song.(x7)  - Brian Kelly
Puddle Of Mudd Blurry Everything's so blurry and everything's so fake.  - Brian Kelly
Punchline Caller 10 Caller 10 with the loudest cry for missing an act of fate.  - Lizzie

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