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Songs That Open With Their Titles, S

Song Title
Opening Lines
Comments & Submittor Name
S Club (7) Cross My Heart Cross my heart (oh), We Said (ooh..) Cross my heart  - Rocky Mak
S Club (7) I'll Keep Waiting It's been a long time, girl, but I'll keep on waiting The opening lines from Bradley, then the chorus starts with "I'll keep waiting" again. This song's lead vocalist is Brad McIntosh. - Rocky Mak
S Club (7) You You are all I need to get me thorugh (get me through now baby) That's the intro alone. - Rocky Mak
S Club (7) Stronger Stronger (repeated 8 times) Repetitive intro lyrics to a dance song The main vocalist of this song is NOT Jo O'Meara, it was Tina Barrett - Rocky Mak
SafetySuit Someone Like You If I were strong enough, if I were wrong enough to be someone like you  - Alex
Saga Mouse in a Maze He's a mouse in a maze, with its so many ways  - Lori Blonde
Sam Cooke Only Sixteen She was only sixteen, only sixteen, and I loved her so  - Candy Welty
Sam Cooke Shake Shake! Shake! Shake! Shake! "Shake" was a 1965 Top Ten hit for Sam Cooke that was released and became a hit posthumously for one of the best soul/pop artists of his generation. It was posthumous because on December 11, 1964 Sam Cooke was shot dead by a hotel manager in Los Angeles, California in still mysterious circumstances. Whatever really happened, Sam Cooke died way too young for his vocal prowess when he was only 33 years old. - Peter
Sam Cooke Lonely Island I live on a lonely island in the heart of a city  - Candy Welty
Sam Cooke Cupid Cupid draw back your bow, And let your arrow go, Straight back to my lover's heart for me.  1961's #7 hit, "Cupid" was the follow up to Sam Cooke's gospel inspired hit, "Bring It On Home To Me". But the differences between the two songs made in the same year were very evident. "Cupid" was a very uptempo and very dancable pop tune which certainly was leading the way to much of the rest of Sam Cooke's career. Indeed, Sam Cooke's follow-up would be the 1962 smash hit saluting the dance craze started by Chubby Checker, "The Twist". Sam Cooke's song would be titled, "Twistin' The Night Away". - Peter
Sam Cooke You Send Me Darling you send me, I know you send me, Darling you send me, Honest you do, honest you do, honest you do, whoa-oh-oh-oh-oh-oh.  "You Send Me" was Sam Cooke's only #1 song back in 1957 for six weeks. Sam Cooke had one of the most pure vocals ever known. Cooke, born in Clarksdale, Mississippi on January 22, 1931, started out as part of the gospel group, the Soul Stirrers back in 1950, but went is separate way after hearing Little Richard in 1956. From then on he became a solo pop artists with much appeal not only to black audiences but also white audiences. - Peter
Sam Cooke Another Saturday Night Another Saturday night and I ain't got nobody, I have some money 'cause I just got paid. "Another Saturday Night" was a Top Five pop hit for Sam Cooke from the summer of 1963. It would later get remade (and very decently) by Cat Stevens in the 1970's. - Peter
Sam Cooke Bring It On Home To Me If you ever change you mind About leavin', leavin' me behind, Oh, oh, bring it to me, Bring you sweet lovin', Bring it on home to me, oh yeah.  The Top Ten 1961 hit, "Bring It On Home To Me" was Sam Cooke's fourth top twenty hit after the #1 "You Send Me", the #2 in 1960, "Chain Gang" and the #12 in 1960, "Wonderful World" (later covered well by Herman's Hermits). For "Bring It On Home To Me", Sam Cooke went back to his vocal stylings from his days as a gospel singer with the Soul Stirrers, but that didn't stop pop audiences from buying it up. Sam Cooke's next hit would find him going back to pure pop. - Peter
Sam The Sham & The Pharoahs Ju Ju Hand Yoka mata huba bakwa Ju ju hand, Oooowwww! "Ju Ju Hand" was a 1967 top ten hit and yet another nonsensical hit for Sam The Sham & The Pharoahs (and their last top ten hit). But "Ju Ju Hand" would be used as a basis of several other song hits by other artists in the late 1960's and early 1970's. - Peter
Sam The Sham & The Pharoahs Ring Dang Doo  Well, you can have your gold and your diamonds too All I wan is a ring dang doo. "Ring Dang Doo" was a 1966 top twenty hit for the group (although mainly the lead singer and keyboardist, Domingo "Sam The Sham" Samudio), Sam The Sham & The Pharoahs who were an early proponent of Tex Mex music -- sounding not to unlike Los Bravos from Spain and Germany -- but Sam The Sham and his group were from Texas. Sam The Sham & The Pharoahs' song, "Ring Dang Doo" was nonsensical, as was most of their hits, including the #2 big hit, "Wooly Bully", but they were way ahead of their time in many ways. Sam The Sham & The Pharoahs' influence on Rock 'n' Roll and music in general would be felt strongly starting in the late 1980's with groups and artists such as Miami Sound Machine (and Gloria Estefan), Lisa Lisa & Cult Jam and others and Sam The Sham's influence is still felt to today. - Peter
Samantha Fox Naughty Girls Maybe, just maybe. Naughty girls need love too.  - Brian Kelly
Sammy Davis Jr. Earthbound Earthbound, my heart was earthbound  - Alyssa Jayne
Sammy Davis Jr. Five I've got five fingers on one hand  - Alyssa Jayne
Sammy Davis Jr. What Kind Of Fool Am I What kind of fool am I who never fell in love  - Alyssa Jayne
Sammy Davis Jr. Lonely Is The Name Lonely is the name that I answer to  - Alyssa Jayne
Sammy Davis Jr. As Long As She Needs Me As long as she needs me, I know where I must be  - Alyssa Jayne
Sammy Kershaw Love of My Life You are the love of my life
And you are the reason I'm alive
  - William Ransom
The Sandpipers Come Saturday Morning Come Saturday morning, I'm goin' away with my friend  - Candy Welty
Santana Black Magic Woman Got a black magic woman.  - Brian Kelly
Santana Evil Ways You've got to change your evil ways.  - Brian Kelly
Santigold Lights Out Lights out, shoot up the station.  - Brian Kelly
Saosin Seven Years Taking on seven years that Holy Ghost had left alone.  - Nat
Sara Evans Words Words, like "hey, nice to meet you"
Got us walking down the street to grab a drink
  - William Ransom
Sarah Bettens She Says She says she wants to take a holiday  - Rad
Sarah Bettens Ne Me Quitte Pas Ne me quitte pas, il faut oublier Originally by Jacques Brel. The above lyrics are French for "Don't Leave Me, it must be forgotten" - Rad
Sarah Bettens Don't Stop Don't stop trying, there's always reason to go on living as long as you can breathe I know the above line in Esperanto: Ne ĉesi provi. Ĉiam estas kialo por iri vivi tiom longe kiom vi povas spiri. - Rad
Sarah Bettens Sister Sister I know there've been times when you didn't think I was a very good friend Sarah doesn't actually have a sister which means this song was written from a different point of view. - Rad
Sarah Bettens Grey This is what I learned so far, everything is grey  - Rad
Sarah Brightman In The Bleak Midwinter In the bleak midwinter
Frosty wind made moan.
  - Bridget Andrews
Sarah MacLachlan Adia Adia, I do believe I've failed you.  - Brian Kelly
Sarah MacLachlan I Will Remember You I will remember you. Will you remember me?  - Brian Kelly
Sarah Vaughan Eternally I'll be loving you eternally with a love that's true, eternally  - Candy Welty
Sarah Vaughan Whatever Lola Wants Whatever Lola wants, Lola gets  - Candy Welty
The Satisfactions One Light Two Lights (One light, two lights) Put up a light in your window  - Candy Welty
Savage Garden Santa Monica In Santa Monica, in the wintertime.  - Brian Kelly
Saving Abel 18 Days It's been 18 days since I've looked at myself  - Rad
Saving Abel Addicted I'm so addicted to / all the things you do  - Alex
Say Anything Baby Girl, I'm A Blur Baby girl, I'm a blur; I spoiled, stunted, sickened her  - Katy
The Scaffold Thank U Very Much Thank u very much for the Aintree iron, thank u very much, thank u very very very much  - Leda Metro
Scars On Broadway Cute Machines Cute machines, that I love, cute machines, I can't get enough Awesome song, even if those are the only lyrics (other than, "they go, go, go, go...") - Jonathan S.
The Schoolboys Shirley Oh Shirley, oh Shirley, oh Shirley, whoa-oh-oh, please don't leave me  - Candy Welty
Schoolhouse Rock Conjunction Junction Conjunction Junction, what's your function?  - JohnHowarth
Scorpions Woman Woman, you can change my world.  - Brian Kelly
Scorpions Wind of Change I follow the Moskva, down to Gorky park, listening to the wind of change egotists listen to their own song! - Blaise
Scorpions Crazy World Ooh, it's a crazy world (2x) From the 1990 album of the same title. - Joey F.
Scorpions When Love Kills Love When love kills love... Studio version, released in 2001. - Joey F.
Scorpions Rock Believer I'm a rock believer!  - Joey F.
Scott English High On A Hill High on a hill where troubles are few, high on a hill by our old rendezvous  - Candy Welty
Scott McKenzie San Francisco (Be Sure to Wear Some Flowers in Your Hair) If you're going to San Francisco Be sure to wear some flowers in your hair The summer of 1967 #2 hit, "San Francisco (Be Sure to Wear Some Flowers in Your Hair)" was definitely a product of it's time. Sung by folk-rocker, Scott McKenzie and written and produced by "Papa" John Phillips. It was definitely about the summer of love in 1967. McKenzie, who was raised in North Carolina & Virginia, himself was originally a singer in the New York based folk group, the Journeyman, that would later revolve into The Mamas & The Papas. A year after The Mamas & The Papas went out to California (in 1965), McKenzie followed. Phillips wrote "San Francisco" for his friend McKenzie. McKenzie himself would later co-write the Beach Boys' 1988 #1 hit, "Kokomo" with Phillips, Mike Love & Terry Melcher. McKenzie continues to live in both California and Virginia. - Peter
The Script If You See Kay If you see my friend, doesn't matter where or when, tell me if you see Kay  - Dongquan
The Script We Cry Together we cry... An appropriate way to open the song. - Dongquan
Seals & Crofts Diamond Girl Diamond Girl, you sure do shine.  - Vic George
Seals & Crofts Jessica Jessica, dear Jessica, forget me not  - Sutch
Seals & Crofts Hummingbird Oh hummingbird, mankind was waiting for you to come flying along  - Sutch
The Searchers Sugar And Spice Sugar and spice and all things nice, kisses sweeter than wine  - Candy Welty
The Searchers Sweets for My Sweet Sweets for my sweet, sugar for my honey Your first sweet kiss thrilled me so Sweets for my sweet, sugar for my honey I'll never ever let you go  - James Carter
The Secrets The Boy Next Door The boy next door has really got me dreamin'  - Candy Welty
The Seeds Pushin' Too Hard You're pushin' too hard, uh-pushin' on me The Seeds are considered by many as the first proto-punk band of the 1960's (but that can be argued a bit because of such groups as Boston's the Standells and some other American groups going back to 1964 that tried to imitate the sounds of the Beatles and came up with their own garage nearly punk sounds). But the Seeds' top ten hit of 1966, "Pushin' Too Hard" is a great example of the experimentation that existed in the mid-1960's amongst many garage bands trying to combine a harder edged 1950's sound with the psychedelic sounds just starting to emerge from California from such groups as Jefferson Airplane and Jimi Hendrix Experience and the remnants of the sounds that the Beatles left from the British Invasion. In that sense, "Pushin' Too Hard" almost seems ahead of it's time, and might have fit in well in the late 1970's punk sound and even the early New Wave sound of the early 1980's. "Pushin' Too Hard" would get a revival later in the decade of the 1960's when it was used in the soundtrack of the motion picture, "Easy Rider". - Peter
The Seekers Walk With Me Walk with me, through the long and lonely night Another top 10 hit for Australia's first international supergroup. This was the quartet's fifth major hit. - Terri
The Seekers Chilly Winds I'm goin' where those chilly winds don't blow, oh baby.  - Brian Kelly
Seekers Georgy Girl Hey there, Georgy girl Swingin' down the street so fancy-free Nobody you meet could ever see The loneliness there inside you. "Georgy Girl" was the biggest international hit for the Australian folk trio, the Seekers. "Georgy Girl" reached to #2 for two weeks in February 1967 on Billboard Magazine's HOT 100 charts. - Peter
SeeMore's Playhouse It May Be Poison It may be poison, it might just make you sick  - Brionna Secret
SeeMore's Playhouse Where There's Smoke There's Fire Where there's smoke there's fire, you know that's true  - Brionna Secret
SeeMore's Playhouse Safety Samba Let's all do the safety SAAAAAAMBAAA  - Brionna Secret
SeeMore's Playhouse Turn Off the Sink If you hear plink plink plink, turn off the sink  - Brionna Secret
SeeMore's Playhouse Danger Don't Touch Danger danger don't touch, thank you very much  - Brionna Secret
SeeMore's Playhouse Buckle Up Buckle up, before you go  - Brionna Secret
SeeMore's Playhouse Sharp Things I look around me and what do I see, so many sharp things that might just hurt me  - Brionna Seret
SeeMore's Playhouse Consideration Consideration, consideration, consideration, I'm thinking of you  - Brionna Secret
SeeMore's Playhouse Wish I Were Outside in the Snow How i wish i were outside in the snow  - Brionna Secret
SeeMore's Playhouse Oops I Made a Mistake Oop oops oops I made a mistake  - Brionna Secret
SeeMore's Playhouse Safety Scout Seatbelts On Safety scout, seatbelts on, buckle up and then, keep your seatbelt buckled and sing this song again  - Brionna Secret
SeeMore's Playhouse When I'm Big When i'm big  - Brionna Secret
Selena No Me Queda Más No me queda más It means "no more is left for me." - Erin
Semisonic Chemistry I remember when I found out about chemistry.  - Brian Kelly
Semisonic Closing Time Closing time, open all the doors and let you out into the world.  - Brian Kelly
The Sensations Let Me In Let me in, whee-ooh (whee-ooh, whee-ooh, hoop-whee-ooh)  - Candy Welty
Senses Fail Lady in a Blue Dress Just like the lady in the blue dress, you've got cigarettes on your breath.  - Nat
Serj Tankian Empty Walls Your empty walls... Your empty walls...  - Lizzie
The Sex Pistols God Save The Queen God save the Queen
The fascist regime
 The really controversial line was "God save the Queen, she ain't a human bein'." - British Bullcrap
Shabutie Wake Up Oh no. Wake up!  - Katy
Shabutie Star Cecil Star Cecil left me alone, torn. This folding brush I found in store that I fell for.   - Katy
Shades Of Blue Oh How Happy Oh how happy you have made me  - Candy Welty
Shania Twain Don't! Don't! Don't you wish we'd tried?  - William Ransom
Shania Twain You've Got a Way You've got a way with me  - William Ransom
Shania Twain Got a Hold on Me You've got a hold on me
You're standing over me
  - William Ransom
Shania Twain Whose Bed Have Your Boots Been Under Whose bed have your boots been under?
Whose bed have your boots been under?
And whose heart did you steal I wonder?
  - William Ransom
Shania Twain I'm Jealous If I were the moon, I could catch your eye -- I'm jealous of the moon  - William Ransom
Shanice Somewhere Somewhere there's a love for me.  - redsimba
Shannon Abergavenny Taking a trip up to Abergavenny  - Candy Welty
Shaun Cassidy Hey Deanie Hey Deanie, won't you come out tonight  - Candy Welty
Shawn Colvin Sunny Came Home Sunny came home to her favorite room.  - Brian Kelly
Shea Seger Clutch So there, you got me in your clutch again  - B1982
Sheena Easton For Your Eyes Only For your eyes only, can see me through the night. The #4 1981 hit, "For Your Eyes Only" is the theme song from the James Bond movie of the same name. At the time, Sheena Easton was the youngest artists to be asked to record a James Bond theme. "For Your Eyes Only" was also the first James Bond theme to be turned into a video for MTV. - Peter
Sheena Easton One Man Woman I'm a one man woman, that's forever, so open your eyes, we can't stay together  - Candy Welty
Sheena Easton Voice On The Radio Voice on the radio, voice on the radio  - Candy Welty
Shelby Flint Angel On My Shoulder Got an angel on my shoulder, got a penny in my pocket  - Candy Welty
Shelley Fabares Johnny Angel Johnny angel Johnny angel Johnny angel Johnny angel you're an angel to me  "Johnny Angel" was a #1 song from 1962 for singer/actress Shelley Fabares. - Peter
Shelley Plimpton Frank Mills I met a boy called Frank Mills On September twelfth right here In front of the Waverly.  "Frank Mills" is another song from the musical "Hair". It is sung by the character of Crissy. Crissy was played in the original 1968 Broadway production by Shelley Plimpton. - Peter
The Shepherd Sisters Alone (Why Must I Be Alone) Alone, why must I be alone? I've spent so many hours with you  - Candy Welty
The Shields You Cheated You cheated, you lied, you said that you love me  - Candy Welty
Shinedown If You Only Knew If you only knew, I'm hanging by a thread the web I spin for you.  - Insertnamehere
The Shins Simple Song Well, this is just a simple song.  - Brian Kelly
Shiny Toy Guns Ghost Town Everyone living in ghost town.  - Brian Kelly
The Shirelles Dedicated To The One I Love This is dedicated to the one I love.  - Candy Welty
Shirley & Lee Let The Good Times Roll Come on baby let the good times roll  - Lily Orange
Shirley Bassey Goldfinger Goldfinger, he's the man, the man with the Midas touch.  "Goldfinger" was the theme song from the James Bond movie of the same name (1965). Shirley Bassey took the tune to #8 in the charts. Shirley Bassey is the only singer to sing a James Bond theme more than once. Shirley Bassey also sang the title song for "Goldfinger" and "Moonraker". - Peter
Shirley Bassey Diamonds Are Forever Diamonds are forever, They are all I need to please me, They can stimulate and tease me, They won't leave in the night, I've no fear that they might  The rest of the opening line is: "... desert me." Again, Shirley Bassey is the only artists to record more than one of the James Bond themes. Shirley Bassey would also record the themes for "Goldfinger" and "Moonraker". - Peter
Shirley Jones Goodnight My Someone Goodnight, my someone, Goodnight my love, Sleep tight, my someone, Sleep tight, my love, Our star is shining it's brightest light For goodnight, my  The rest of the lyrics: "... love, for goodnight." "Goodnight My Someone" is a song from Meredith Wilson (both music and lyrics)'s 1957 Broadway musical, "The Music Man". "The Music Man" was set in River City, Iowa in 1912. Originally sung by Barbara Cook playing Marian "The Librarian" Paroo before she meets Professor Harold Hill, Shirley Jones would sing the song and play Marian in the 1962 motion picture and Jones is probably better known for the role and the song. - Peter
A Silent Film Harbour Lights You and I know I had to leave and the harbour lights, I cannot see.  - Brian Kelly
Silver Convention Get Up And Boogie That's right! Get up and boogie! As with "Fly Robin Fly", the only words to the song. - Disco and Rhyme
Silver Convention Fly Robin Fly Fly robin, fly. Fly robin, fly. Fly robin, fly. Up, up to the sky. These were the only words to the song, released in 1975. - Disco and Rhyme
Silverchair Across the Night Across the Night, it was the moon that stole my slumber Silverchair have heaps of others songs with opening line as the name; The Closing, Dearest Helpless, Luv Your Life, etc. - Susie
Silversun Pickups Sort Of Do you think I'm sort of alive?  - Brian Kelly
Simon & Garfunkel My Little Town In my little town, I grew up believing God keeps His eye on us all. "My Little Town" was a special tune of coming back together for the duo, Simon & Garfunkel, back in 1975. "My Little Town" was released on both Simon's "Still Crazy After All These Years" lp and Garfunkel's "Breakaway" lp and was written by Paul Simon. - Peter
Simon & Garfunkel Song For The Asking Here is my song for the asking. "Song For The Asking" is yet one more tune from Simon & Garfunkel's 1970 lp, "Bridge Over Troubled Water". - Peter
Simon & Garfunkel Why Don't You Write Me Why don't you write me, I'm out in the jungle, I'm hungry to hear from you. "Why Don't You Write Me" is another song from Simon & Garfunkel's 1970 lp, "Bridge Over Troubled Water". - Peter
Simon & Garfunkel So Long, Frank Lloyd Wright So long, Frank Lloyd Wright I can't believe your song is gone so soon I barely learned the tune So soon So soon.  "So Long, Frank Lloyd Wright" is another song from Simon & Garfunkel's 1970 lp, "Bridge Over Troubled Water" and of course Frank Lloyd Wright referred to in the title and song is the famous American architect. - Peter
Simon & Garfunkel Cecilia Cecilia, you're breaking my heart, You're shaking my confidence daily. "Cecilia" is a 1970 #3 hit from Simon & Garfunkel's last official studio recorded lp, "Bridge Over Troubled Water". Besides, "Cecilia" and the title tune (which went to #1 for four weeks in the spring of 1970 and secured the duos spot in keeping hit making alive into the decade of the 1970's), also included on the lp were the hits, "El Condor Pasa (If I Could)" and "The Boxer". After this the duo broke up and went solo, with Simon having the more successful career. But from time to time over the next 37 years the duo has gotten together for certain recordings and concerts, including a huge and memorable concert in Central Park back in 1982 . - Peter
Simon & Garfunkel At The Zoo Someone told me It's all happening at the zoo, I do believe it, I do believe it's true. "At The Zoo" was another top ten hit from Simon & Garfunkel's 1968 lp, "Bookends". A social commentary song from the duo. - Peter
Simon & Garfunkel Old Friends Old friends, Old friends Sat on their park bench Like bookends. "Old Friends" is another song from Simon & Garfunkel's 1968 lp, "Bookends". Besides the #1 song tune, "Mrs. Robinson", the lp also included the Top Ten hit, "Fakin' It" and would also have yield yet one more top ten hit. - Peter
Simon & Garfunkel Mrs. Robinson And here's to you, Mrs. Robinson Jesus loves you more than you will know, wo wo wo.  "Mrs. Robinson" was the most successful single/song of Simon & Garfunkel's career as a duo. "Mrs. Robinson" went to #1 on the charts for four weeks in the spring/summer of 1968. It also really summed up many feelings of the generation of young people in 1968, with it's overt political sentiments of alienation post the assassinations of JFK and MLK (and it would be a #1 tune during the time when JFK's brother, Bobby, was also assassinated in Los Angeles). "Mrs. Robinson" is also the title song of one of the most successful films of the 1960's, "The Graduate" and is supposedly written (by Paul Simon) in honor of the character played by Ann Bancroft in the movie, who tries to seduce (and actually succeeds) the young to be married character played by actor Dustin Hoffman. "Mrs. Robinson" the single version that went to #1 was featured on the duos "Bookends" lp on April 3, 1968. "Mrs. Robinson" has also been covered by several artists in the succeeding decades of the '70's, '80's, '90's and '00's, and is one of the most requested songs during Presidential election years. - Peter
Simon & Garfunkel Cloudy Cloudy, The sky is gray and white and cloudy. "Cloudy" is a song from Simon & Garfunkel's third lp, "Parsley, Sage, Rosemary and Thyme" released on October 10, 1966. "Parsley, Sage, Rosemary and Thyme" although released rather quickly after "Sounds Of Silence" (at least for this duo), surrendered a lot more hits (although not for "Cloudy") for this duo, including, "Scarborough Fair/Canticle", "Homeward Bound", "The 59th Street Bridge Song (Feelin' Groovy)" {which would also be a hit for the group Harper's Bizarre} and "For Emily, Whenever I May Find Her". Simon & Garfunkel's growth as artist was also more than evident in this third lp. I myself rate this lp up there with the Beatles' "Sgt. Pepper's" lp and the Beach Boys' "Pet Sounds" (from around the same time period) as far as written content is concerned. - Peter
Simon & Garfunkel April Come She Will April come she will When streams are ripe and swelled with rain. "April Come She Will" is another song from Simon & Garfunkel's 1966 sophomore lp, "Sounds Of Silence". "April Come She Will" was written by Paul Simon, yet again. - Peter
Simon & Garfunkel A Most Peculiar Man He was a most peculiar man. "A Most Peculiar Man" was another song from Simon & Garfunkel's 1966 sophomore lp, "Sounds Of Silence". "A Most Peculiar Man" was written by Paul Simon. There are some that believe that the Ray Davies of the Kinks may have been influenced by this tune in writing the Kinks later in 1966 hit, "A Well-Respected Man". - Peter
Simon & Garfunkel Richard Cory They say that Richard Cory owns one half of this whole town With political connections to spread his wealth around. "Richard Cory" was another song from Simon & Garfunkel's sophomore 1966 lp, the hugely successful, "Sounds Of Silence". Although written by Paul Simon, Simon based the tune on a 1897 poem titled, "Richard Cory" by Edwin Arlington Robinson. - Peter
Simon & Garfunkel Blessed Blessed are the meek for they shall inherit.  "Blessed" is from Simon & Garfunkel's sophomore lp (released on January 17, 1966), "Sounds Of Silence". With more and more radio stations being asked to play the duo's (and written by Paul Simon), tune from the their fall 1964 debut lp, "Wednesday Morning 3 a.m.", The Sound Of Silence", their record company, "Columbia" started to realize that they had a potential gold mine on their hands with this duo. But "Columbia" executives insisted that Paul Simon and Art Garfunkel re-record, "The Sound Of Silence" in a more electric folk-rock way in a similiar way as another "Columbia" recording artists were, the Byrds. Simon & Garfunkel reluctanctly agreed to "Columbia"'s demands, and it was the new version that was released as a single and quickly went up to #1 (before the release of the sophomore lp) for two weeks in January 1966 -- the duo blocked the Beatles from having four straight weeks at #1 with "We Can Work It Out" (the Beatles had to settle for two non-consecutive weeks at #1 with Simon & Garfunkel stepping in for two of those weeks with "The Sound Of Silence"). Next came the making of the sophomore lp, which "Columbia" executives demanding of the duo that they take advantage of the success of the single by having the lp named similiar to the single, and that they did with "Sounds Of Silence"! "Sounds Of Silence" would yield one more top five hit, the #2 hit, "I Am A Rock" in the spring of 1966. - Peter
Simon & Garfunkel The Sun Is Burning The sun is burning in the sky. "The Sun Is Burning" is yet another song from Simon & Garfunkel's 1964 debut lp, "Wednesday Morning 3 a.m." "The Sun Is Burning" was written by I. Campbell. "The Sun Is Burning" would mark a last of sorts, for future lp's, the majority of the tunes would be solely written by Paul Simon, but at this time the duos record company, "Columbia" didn't have faith in leaving Paul Simon to write the majority of tunes, but that was slowly changing as "Columbia" started to see more and more young people asking radio stations to play Paul Simon's written tune, "The Sound Of Silence". "Columbia" started to realize that Simon & Garfunkel might need to re-record that tune as less acoustic and do much less cover tunes on their sophomore lp. - Peter
Simon & Garfunkel He Was My Brother He was my brother Five years older than I. "He Was My Brother" is another song from Simon & Garfunkel's debut lp, "Wednesday Morning 3 a.m." "He Was My Brother" was written by a P. Kane. Many critics consider "He Was My Brother" to be the first true anti-Vietnam War tune (as compared to earlier songs from artists such as Bob Dylan and Pete Seeger which were anti any war tunes). - Peter
Simon & Garfunkel Sparrow Who will love a little Sparrow, Who's traveled far and cries for rest?  "Sparrow" is another song from Simon & Garfunkel's 1964 debut lp, "Wednesday Morning 3 a.m." An environmental tune, "Sparrow" was written by Paul Simon. - Peter
Simon & Garfunkel Last Night I Had The Strangest Dream Last night I had the strangest dream I ever dreamed before. Another one of the tunes from Simon & Garfunkel's 1964 debut lp, "Wednesday Morning, 3 a.m. -- released on October 19, 1964. As with "You Can Tell The World" (which was written by B. Gibson and B. Camp in 1961), "Last Night" was written back in 1950 by E. McCurdy. - Peter
Simon & Garfunkel You Can Tell The World Well, you can tell the world about this. "You Can Tell The World" is from the first album, 1964's "Wednesday Morning, 3 a.m.", of the most successful American folk/pop/rock duos of all time, Simon & Garfunkel (Simon: Paul Frederic Simon {songwriter as well} born October 13, 1941 in Newark Heights, New Jersey and Garfunkel: Arthur "Art" Ira Garfunkel born November 5, 1941 in Forest Hills, Queens, New York). Simon & Garfunkel met in grade school in 1953 and first started performing together at Forest Hills High School They originally recorded as rockers, "Tom and Jerry" back in the mid-1950's and had some limited success during that decade performing on "American Bandstand" and opening for other artists such as Jerry Lee Lewis. They gradually drifted towards a more folk/pop sound by 1964, therefore the album "Wednesday Morning, 3 a.m." At the time most audiences didn't know that Simon & Garfunkel were on the edge of huge stardom, on a worldwide stage, nearly matching the Beatles' success. On the album would be an acoustic version of what was to be their very first #1 tune (in January 1966), "The Sounds Of Silence". - Peter
Simple Minds Promised You A Miracle Promised you a miracle. Belief is a beauty thing.  - Brian Kelly
Simply Red Something Got Me Started Something got me started. You know that I will love you.  - Brian Kelly
Simply Red If You Don't Know Me By Now If You Don't Know Me By Now, you will never never never know me. Yeah I know it was done originally by Harold Melvin and the Blues, but I'll always prefer the Simply Red version. If only because I'm an 80's child! - Larcen Tyler
Simply Red Holding Back The Years Holding back the years, thinking of the fear I've held for so long.  - Brian Kelly
Sing It Loud Come Around I'm all tied up and I'm tryin' my best to get down/ Come on girl, come around (come around)  - Alex
Sippie Wallace Women Be Wise Women be wise, keep your mouth shut  - Sutch
Sixpence None The Richer Kiss Me Kiss me, out of the bearded barley.  - MOR
Sixpence None The Richer There She Goes There She Goes, There She Goes Again...  - Larcen Tyler
Skunk Anansie All I Want All I want is a mirror so I can see this so-called brighter day.  - Brian Kelly
Skypark Am I Pretty? Am I pretty enough for you? Am I beautiful enough for you?  - Lily Orange
Sly & The Family Stone If You Want Me To Stay If you want me to stay, I'll be around today  - Candy Welty
Sly & the Family Stone Run, Run, Run Run, run, run, they don't like what we're thinking.  - Brian Kelly
Sly & the Family Stone Time Time needs another minute.  - Brian Kelly
Sly & The Family Stone Stand! Stand! In the end, you'll still be you. One that's done all the things you set out to do.  - Candy Welty
Sly & The Family Stone Everybody Is A Star Everybody is a star who can rain and chase the dust away.  - Candy Welty
Smash Mouth Can't Get Enough Of You, Baby I can't get enough of you, baby. I can't get enough of you, baby. Yes it's true. Baby, yes it's true.  - Candy Welty
The Smashing Pumpkins Disarm Disarm you with a smile.  - Brian Kelly
The Smashing Pumpkins Quiet Quiet. I am sleeping.  - Brian Kelly
The Smashing Pumpkins Drown No matter where you are, I can still hear you when you drown.  - Brian Kelly
The Smashing Pumpkins This Time This time, I need to know.  - Brian Kelly
The Smashing Pumpkins Today Today is the greatest day I've ever known.  - Brian Kelly
The Smashing Pumpkins Sweet Sweet Sweet, sweet, sweet, sweet little agony From their album "Siamese Dream". - RevengeFromMars YouTube
The Smashing Pumpkins Adore It's you that I adore.  - Brian Kelly
The Smashing Pumpkins We Only Come Out At Night We only come out at night. The days are much too bright. Happy Halloween. - Brian Kelly
The Smashing Pumpkins 1979 Shakedown, 1979.  - Brian Kelly
The Smashing Pumpkins I Am One I am one as you are three.  - Brian Kelly
The Smiths Panic There's panic on the streets of London.  - Brian Kelly
The Smiths I Won't Share You I won't share you, no, I won't share you. The last song on their last album... - Nat
The Smiths Last Night I Dreamt That Somebody Loved Me Last night I dreamt that somebody loved me Pretty blunt... - James
The Smiths Death of a Disco Dancer The death of a disco dancer, well it happens a lot round here.  - Nat
The Smiths Girlfriend In A Coma Girlfriend in a coma. I know. I know it's serious.  - Brian Kelly
The Smiths What she said What she said...  - Brendan
Smokey Robinson & The Miracles Going To A Go-Go Going to a go-go, going to a go-go, na-na-na-na yea-hey  - Candy Welty
Smokey Robinson & The Miracles Come Spy With Me Come spy with me. Live a life of danger and of mystery.  - Candy Welty
Smoking Popes No More Smiles No more smiles, it's just teardrops falling to the ground  - Candy Welty
Snap! The Power I've got the power!  - Brian Kelly
Sneaker Pimps 6 Underground Take me down. 6 underground.  - Brian Kelly
Snow Patrol Starfighter Pilot Andrew's a starfighter pilot, and he can get high in his jet  - Nat
So They Say Antidote for Irony The antidote for irony's held safe far away from you.  - Lizzie
Soft Cell Darker Times these darker times  - mads.
Soft Cell Chips on My shoulder chips on my shoulder  - mads
Sonic Youth Kool Thing Kool thing sitting with a kid.  - Brian Kelly
Sonic Youth Sunday Sunday comes alone again.  - Brian Kelly
Sonny & Cher Baby Don't Go Baby don't go, pretty baby please don't go. From 1965. - Opie M.
Sonny & Cher What Now My Love What now my love, now that you've left me, how can I live through another day  - Candy Welty
Soul Asylum Misery They say misery loves company.  - Brian Kelly
Soundgarden Kickstand Kickstand, you got loose and I threw up.  - J.D.
Soundgarden Jesus Christ Pose And you stare at me in your Jesus Christ Pose.  - J.D.
Spandau Ballet Pleasure Pleasure's in my car.  - Brian Kelly
Spandau Ballet Communication Communication always leaves me incomplete.  - Brian Kelly
Spandau Ballet True So true, funny how it seems, always in time, but never line for dreams The song makes me think of Sam (from Today's Special) wearing headphones at the speech hearing office, when he had a hearing problem; in "Ears" episode. - Mickey D.
Spandau Ballet Be Free With Your Love Be free with your love, free with your love The song sounds like "Your Love" by The Outfield". By the way, I like when the chorus hits me like a blowtorch. - Mickey D.
Spanky & Our Gang Like To Get To Know You Yes, I would like to get to know you, if I could  - Candy Welty
Sparks Good Morning Good morning. Who are you?  - Brian Kelly
Sparks and Jane Wiedlin Cool Places I wanna go to cool places with you.  - Brian Kelly
The Specials Ghost Town This town, is coming like a ghost town.  - Brian Kelly
Spin Doctors Two Princes One, two princes kneel before you.  - Brian Kelly
Spin Doctors Refrigerator Car Your heart is a refrigerator car From their album "Pocket Full of Kryptonite" - RevengeFromMars YouTube
Spin Doctors What Time Is It? What time is it? From their album "Pocket Full Of Kryptonite" - RevengeFromMars YouTube
Spin Doctors  Forty Or Fifty Forty or fifty horses From their album "Pocket Full Of Kryptonite" - RevengeFromMars YouTube
Spinners It's A Shame It's a shame, the way you mess around with your man  - Candy Welty
Split Enz Small World It's a small world, and you must agree.  - Brian Kelly
Split Enz I Got You I got you. That's all I want.  - Brian Kelly
Split Enz One Step Ahead One step ahead of you.  - Brian Kelly
Split Enz I See Red When my baby's walking down the street, I see red, I see red, I see red.  - Brian Kelly
Split Enz History Never Repeats History never repeats I tell myself before I go to sleep.  - Brian Kelly
Spooky Tooth Wildfire Wildfire is in my mind  - Sutch
Squeeze If I Didn't Love You If I didn't love you, I'd hate you.  - Brian Kelly
Staind It's Been A While It's been a while since I could hold my head up high.  - Brian Kelly
Starland Vocal Band Afternoon Delight Gonna find my baby, gonna hold her tight, gonna grab some afternoon delight  - Larcen Tyler
Starsailor Four to the Floor (Remix) Four to the floor I was sure, never see it clear.  - Dongquan
Starship We Built This City We bulit this city, we built this city on Rock 'n' Roll. By 1985, Jefferson Airplane had become Starship and had undergone many personnel changes with Grace Slick and Mickey Kantor being the only two remaining members from the 1960's Airplane days. "We Built This City" was much more pop oriented then anything ever done by Jefferson Airplane or Jefferson Starhip, and it showed it's pop strength by landing at #1 for two weeks in November 1985. "We Built This City" would not be the last time that Starship would make it to #1, in the spring of 1986 they would go to #1 for one week with the song, "Sara" and in the spring of 1987 they would make it to #1 for three weeks with "Nothing's Gonna Stop Us Now" from the movie "Mannequin". - Peter
Status Quo Backwater Down at Backwater Junction rolling down the line.  - Brian Kelly
Stealers Wheel Star So they made you a star.  - Brian Kelly
Steely Dan Black Friday When Black Friday comes, I'll stand down by the door  - Candy Welty
Steely Dan Bodhisattva Bodhisattva, would you take me by the hand?  - Larcen Tyler
Steps Tragedy Tragedy! when you lose control and you got no soul Ignore the ! it has tragedy on it :p - Jaz
Steriogram Skinny Runt Revolution Skinny runt revolution The only time the title appears in the song - JeReMy
Steve Alaimo Every Day I Have to Cry Every day I have to cry some  - Hugh Boettcher
Steve Alaimo Amerikan Music I love Amerikan music. Heavy, hard, or easy, no matter how you choose it. Let it roll, let it rock. Amerikan music gonna stay on top.  - Candy Welty
Steve Curry Sodomy Sodomy, Fellatio, Cunnilingus, Pederasty, Father, why do these words sound so nasty? "Sodomy" is another song from the musical, "Hair". It is sung by the character of Woof. Woof was played in the 1968 original Broadway production by Steve Curry. - Peter
Steve Lawrence Footsteps Footsteps, footsteps, footsteps, footsteps. Why did you say goodbye to me?  - Claire Grayson
Steve Lawrence Go Away Little Girl Go away, little girl, go away, little girl. "Go Away Little Girl" is a #1 song for Steve Lawrence from 1963. Donny Osmond would have a #1 remake of the song in 1971. - Peter
Steve Martin Daddy Played The Banjo Daddy played the banjo 'neath the yellow tree  - Candy Welty
Steve Winwood Higher Love Think about it, there must be higher love.  - Brian Kelly
Steve Winwood Roll With It When life is too much, roll with it baby  - Lauren Tyler
Stevie Ray Vaughan The House Is Rockin' Well, the house is a rockin'. Don't bother knockin'.  - Brian Kelly
Stevie Wonder If You Really Love Me Well, if you really love me won't you tell me?  - Larcen Tyler
Stevie Wonder All in Love is Fair All is Fair in Love  - Sutch
Stevie Wonder Someday At Christmas Someday at Christmas, Men won't be boys.  - Ava Murphy
Stevie Wonder That Girl That girl thinks that she's so fine.  - Brian Kelly
Stevie Wonder You Are The Sunshine Of My Life You are the sunshine of my life That's why I'll always stay around. "You Are The Sunshine Of My Life" was a #1 song for Stevie Wonder in 1973. - Peter
Stevie Wonder As As around the sun the earth knows she's revolving   - Glenn
Stevie Wonder For Once In My Life For once in my life I have someone who needs me, Someone I needed so long. "For Once In My Life" was a top five hit for Stevie Wonder in 1968. Wonder was born Steveland Morris on May 13, 1950 in Saginaw, Michigan. - Peter
Sting Be Still My Beating Heart Be still my beating heart, it would be better to be cool.  - Larcen Tyler
Sting Seven Days Seven Days was all she wrote, a kind of ultimatium note she gave to me.  - Larcen Tyler
Stone Roses Love Spreads Love spreads her arms.  - Brian Kelly
Stone Temple Pilots Lady Picture Show Lady picture show, she hides behind the bedroom doors.  - Brian Kelly
The Stooges 1969 Well is 1969 ok. All across the U.S.A. 1969 was on The Stooges first album. - Slappy
Stories I'm Coming Home I'm coming, yes I'm coming home  - Candy Welty
Story Of The Year Until the Day I Die Until the day I die, I spill my heart for you.  - Lizzie
The Stranglers Golden Brown Golden Brown texture like sun.  - Brian Kelly
Strawberry Alarm Clock Barefoot In Baltimore Barefoot in Baltimore, heel and toe with you  - Candy Welty
Strawberry Alarm Clock Tomorrow Tomorrow, things won't be the same. Tomorrow, life would be a different game.  - Candy Welty
Street People Jennifer Tomkins Jennifer Tomkins was born on a Sunday. Her daddy got drunk and left home on a Monday.  - Candy Welty
The Strokes Razorblade Oh the Razorblade.... Grrrreat song tho! - Jake Duncan
The Strokes Last Nite Last nite, she said...  - Brian Kelly
Stryper Honestly Honestly, I believe in you  - Joey F.
The Strypes Blue Collar Jane Blue collar Jane lives in '54.  - Brian Kelly
The Stylistics I Will Love You Always Always, I will love you always, 'til my very last days, 'til the end of time  - Candy Welty
Styx The Grand Illusion Welcome to the grand illusion.  - Brian Kelly
Styx Haven't We Been Here Before Haven't we been here before? Footsteps lead down to the note on the door.  - Brian Kelly
Styx Babe Babe, I'm leaving, I must be on my way, the time is drawing near.  - Vic George
Styx Never Say Never Never, never, never say never  - Sutch
Styx Mr. Roboto Domo arigato, Mr. Roboto.  - rocky
Styx Cold War Cold war! (x3)  - Brian Kelly
Styx Lady Lady, when you're with me, I'm smiling. "Lady" is considered Styx's first big hit. It was originally released in 1973 (from the "Styx II" album). But it didn't hit the charts until it hit the Top Ten in 1975. - Rocky Balboa Constrictor
Styx Lorelei When I think of Lorelei, my head turns all around  - Sutch
Sublime Santeria I don't practice Santeria. I ain't got no crystal ball.  - Brian Kelly
Sue Nicholls  Where Will You Be  Where Will You Be, When I need You...  - Rick Payne
Sue Richards No One Knows The Answer No one, no one knows the answer. I keep askin', but no one can tell me the answer.  - Lily Orange
Sue Thompson Sad Movies (Make Me Cry) Sad movies always make me cry  - Joey F.
Sue Thompson Norman Norman, ooh, ooh, ooh, ooh, ooh, ooh, ooh, ooh, ooh, Norman  - Candy Welty
Sue Thompson James (Hold The Ladder Steady) James, James, hold the ladder steady. James, James, I'm packed and I am ready.   - Alyssa Jayne
Sugar Your Favorite Thing Tell me I'm your favorite thing.  - Brian Kelly
Sugar Ray When It's Over When it's over, that's the time I fall in love again.  - Mark Mywerd
Sugar Ray Someday Someday, when my life has passed me by.  - Brian Kelly
Sugar Ray Falls Apart She falls apart everyday.  - Brian Kelly
Sugar Ray Every Morning Every morning, there's a halo hanging from the corner of my girlfriend's four-post bed.  - Brian Kelly
Sugarcult Bouncing Off The Walls I'm bouncing off the walls again. Well, if you were in a cult based on sugar, you would be bouncing off the walls. - Brian Kelly
Sugarcult Memory This may never start, we could fall apart/ And I'd be your memory In this song the title is actually repeated every few seconds. - Alex
Sugarloaf Green-Eyed Lady Green-eyed lady, lovely lady, strolling slowly towards the Sun  - Candy Welty
Sum 41 Still Waiting So I am still waiting.  - Brian Kelly
Sum 41 some say some say were never ment to grow up  - jake
Sum 41 Dear Father Address this letter to Dear Father...  - Lizzie
Sum 41 Look At Me Look at me, Who am I supposed to be, And what do I believe? This is supposed to be a "hidden track" off their 2007 album. - Lizzie
Sum 41 Pull the Curtain Pull the curtain, begin Paranoia's wearing thin now It's wearing thin now...  - Lizzie
Sum 41 King of Contradiction I've dethroned the king of contradiction.  - Lizzie
Sundara Karma She Said She said I don't wanna go out chasing.  - Brian Kelly
The Sunnysiders Zoom, Zoom, Zoom Zoom zoom zoom, zoom zoom zoom, zoom zoom zoom zoom zoom  - Candy Welty
The Sunnysiders Hey, Mr. Banjo Hey, Mr. Banjo, play a tune for me. Play, Mr. Banjo, a happy melody.  - Candy Welty
The Sunrays Andrea Andrea, Andrea, Andrea, Andrea, Ahhhhhhhhhh  - Candy Welty
The Sunshine Company Back On The Street Again I'm back on the street again. Gotta stand on my own two feet again.  - Lily Orange
Supergrass Pumping On Your Stereo Can you hear us pumping on your stereo? I'm hearing this song for the first time as I write this. It kicks. - Brian Kelly
Supertramp Oh Darling Oh darling, will you ever change your mind? The opening two words are the only time you hear "Oh darling". Most commonly thought of as "catch you lady" for the repeated use later in the song. - Doug N.
Supertramp Surely Surely there's a way I could please you. Only in the past lie the tears. There were two "Surely"s in Supertramp's self-titled debut album. One was the first track. And another one was the tenth and last track. - Mickey D.
Supertramp Even In The Quietest Moments Even in the quietest moments / I wish I knew / What I had to do Nearly six and and a half minutes long, and they only use the title once. - Doug N.
Supertramp Give A Little Bit Give a little bit, give a little bit of your love to me.  - Vic George
Supertramp Dreamer Dreamer, you know you are a dreamer.  - Brian Kelly
Supertramp It's Raining Again It's raining again. Oh no, my love's at an end.  - Brian Kelly
The Supremes Stop! In The Name Of Love  Stop! in the name of love Before you break my heart.  - Peter
The Supremes You're My Driving Wheel You're my driving wheel. Feels good, baby.  - Alyssa Jayne
The Supremes Baby Love Ooh baby love, my baby love I need you, oh how I need you. "Baby Love" was the Supremes second #1 song (after "Where Did Our Love Go?") back in the fall of 1964. Although, "Baby Love" would end up being the girls best selling song, staying at #1 for four weeks on Billboard Magazine's HOT 100 charts, that fall ("Where Did Our Love Go?" only spent two weeks at the position). - Peter
The Supremes My World Is Empty Without You My world is empty without you, babe. My world is empty without you, babe. And as I go my way alone, I find it hard for me to carry on.  - Alyssa Jayne
The Supremes Nothing But Heartaches Nothing but heartaches, ooh, nothing but heartaches. He brings nothing but heartaches.  - Candy Welty
The Supremes Stoned Love Stoned love, stoned love, oh yeah. A love for each other will bring fighting to an end.  - Alyssa Jayne
The Supremes I Guess I'll Miss The Man I guess I'll miss the man. Explain it if you can.  - Alyssa Jayne
Surfaris Wipe Out Wipe out! And that's all the lyrics. - Brian Kelly
Suzanne Vega Calypso My name is Calypso  - Sutch
Suzanne Vega Luka My name is Luka. I live on the second floor.  - Brian Kelly
Suzy Bogguss Give Me Some Wheels Give me some wheels
Put me on the highway
  - William Ransom
Sweet Little Willy North side, east side, little Willy, WIlly wears the crown, he's the king around town. Originally appeared on their 1972 The Sweet's Greatest Hits album in the UK, it was released a year later on their 1973 The Sweet featuring Little Willy & Block Buster album in the US. - Vic George
Sweet Love Is Like Oxygen Love is like oxygen. From their 1978 album Level Headed. - Vic George
Sweethearts of the Rodeo Don't Wake Me Up Don't wake me up if I'm dreaming  - William Ransom
Sweethearts of the Rodeo This Heart This heart needs to love somebody  - William Ransom
Sweethearts of the Rodeo Blue to the Bone I'm blue to the bone
Since my loving man has up and gone
  - William Ransom
Sweethearts of the Rodeo You Never Talk Sweet Oh, you never talk sweet the way you used to  - William Ransom
Sweethearts of the Rodeo Hey Doll Baby Hey doll baby, can we have a talk together  - William Ransom
Swing Out Sister Breakout Breakout! "Breakout" was a #7 hit in the fall of 1987. Swing Out Sister, from Britain was composed originally of keyboardist, Andy Connell, drummer, Martin Jackson and lead singer, Corrine Drewery. Drewery originally was a fashion designer, and the video for "Breakout" was a telling of those days as a fashion designer and the eventual "Breakout" from that profession. Drewery sings the opening line of "Breakout!" - Peter
Sydney Chaplin You Are Woman, I Am Man You are woman, I am man. "You Are Woman, I Am Man" is another song from the musical, "Funny Girl". It is sung by the character of Nick Arnstein to Fanny Brice. Nick Arnstein was played in the 1964 Broadway version by Sydney Chaplin, but would be played in the 1968 movie by Omar Sharif. - Peter
Sylvia Drifter Drifter, since you left me
I've been cryin' every day
  - William Ransom
Sylvia Tumbleweed Tumbleweed
You're living a cowboy's dream
  - William Ransom
System Of A Down Mr. Jack Hey, Mr. Jack, is that the mouthwash in your eyes? Good music. I reccomend listening to it. - Jonathan S.

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