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Songs That Open With Their Titles, T

Performer
 
Song Title
 
Opening Lines
 
Comments & Submittor Name
T. Rex Chrome Sitar Standing on the corner of the Chrome Sitar. I'd like to see someone make a sitar out of chrome. - Paul Warren
T.A.T.U. All The Things She Said All the things she said (2x), running through my head.  - Francis A. Sissy
T.O.P. Big Boy I'm a B-A-D BIGBANG, the big boy  - J.
Taeyang I'll Be There I-I'll be, I-I'll be, I-I'll be there  - J.
Taeyang Break Down Let me break it down down, break it break it down  - J.
Taio Cruz feat. Luciana Come On Girl Come on girl, come on girl, come on girl This line is repeated throughout the song. However Luciana does sing, "Come on boy, come on boy, come on boy," at the end of her verse. - Stompgal
Take That Everything Changes Everything changes but you  - Mads
Take That Sure Sure so sure  - Mads
Take That It Only Takes A minute It only takes a minute girl  - Mads
Taking Back Sunday Up Against So this is what we're up against; this is what we're up against  - Tom
Talk Talk Dum Dum Girl Dum the dum dum girl  - B1982
Talk Talk Life's What You Make It Baby, life's what you make it  - B1982
Talk Talk Such a Shame Such a shame to believe in escape 'A life on every face'  - B1982
Talk Talk The Party's Over The party's over, I never thought you'd stay The song is from Talk Talk's debut album, also titled "The Party's Over". - B1982
Talking Heads And She Was And she was lying in the grass.  - Brian Kelly
Tame Impala Elephant Well, he feels like an elephant.  - Brian Kelly
Tavares Whodunit Whodunit, who stole my baby?  - Reggie Pillbox
Tavares Heaven Must Be Missing An Angel Heaven must be missing an angel Released in 1976. - Soul
Taylor Dayne Prove Your Love Prove your love. Got to prove your love.  - Brian Kelly
Taylor Swift A Perfectly Good Heart Why would you wanna break a perfectly good heart  - weirdkid106
Taylor Swift American Boy American boy, living life as it goes.  - Brian Kelly
Taylor Swift Silent Night Silent night, holy night All is calm and all is bright  - weirdkid106
Taylor Swift Bad Blood 'Cause, baby, now we got bad blood.  - Brian Kelly
Taylor Swift White Christmas I'm dreaming of a white Christmas  - weirdkid106
Taylor Swift Santa Baby Santa baby, slip a sable under the tree, for me  - weirdkid106
Taylor Swift Last Christmas Last Christmas I gave you my heart  - weirdkid106
Tears For Fears Shout Shout! Shout! Let it all out!  - Brian Kelly
Tears For Fears The Prisoner The Prisoner No comment is required. (Editor:Then don't put one.) - Celeste
Tears For Fears Raoul and the Kings of Spain When the seventh son of the seventh son comes along and breaks the chains Raoul, Raou, Raoul and the Kings of Spain. Well, at least Roland tried back then. - Celeste
Tears For Fears Break It Down Again Break it down again.  - Brian Kelly
Tears For Fears Advice For The Young At Heart Advice for the young at heart.  - Brian Kelly
Tears For Fears I Believe I believe that when the hurting and the pain have gone.  - Brian Kelly
Technotronic Pump Up The Jam Pump up the jam. Pump it up.  - Brian Kelly
Ted Nugent Hey Baby Hey baby, tell me why you hangin' round.  - Brian Kelly
The Teddy Bears To Know Him Is To Love Him  To know, know, know him is to love, love, love him  - Bob
The Tee Set Ma Belle Amie Ma belle amie, you were a child of the Sun and the sky and the deep blue sea  - Candy Welty
The Temper Trap Sweet disposition Sweet disposition, Never too soon An international hit for this Aussie band. I've no idea what the song is about, though. - FaultyDog
Tenacious D Lee Lee, Lee, Lee, Lee This is pretty much the only word in the song, so...yeah... - Ninjabassman
Tenacious D The Metal You can't kill the metal.  - Brian Kelly
Tennessee Ernie Ford One Suit One suit, one suit was all I had  - Claire Grayson
Tennessee Ernie Ford First Born First born, this infant with his mother's eyes is our first born  - Claire Grayson
Teresa Brewer Jilted Jilted, I've been jilted  - Loree Dare
Teresa Straley Sleep, Baby, Sleep Sleep, baby, sleep First heard this song on the music track of the movie, 'Sleepstalker', and thought it so soft and sweet that it fitted the creepy theme quite well! - Sheogorath
Terri Gibbs Somebody's Knockin' Somebody's knockin', should I let him in?  - Candy Welty
Terry Kath Tell Me Tell me about the sun  - Sutch
Terry Kelly I'n My Father's House In my father's house, there was sanctuary This song was a #1 hit for Kelly in his home country of Canada in 1994. - harderman
Terry Stafford I'll Touch A Star I'll touch a star when your lips touch mine, the first I see in the twilight time  - Candy Welty
Thelma Houston Don't Leave Me This Way Don't leave me this way. I can't survive; I can't stay alive without your love.  - Candy Welty
Theola Kilgore The Love Of My Man The love of my man keeps me safe and warm  - Candy Welty
Theory Of A Deadman Blow Sometimes it makes me wanna blow my f---ing head off. Yikes. - Brian Kelly
Theory Of A Deadman Angel I'm in love with an angel, heaven forbid.  - Brian Kelly
They Might Be Giants Particle Man Particle Man, Particle Man. Doing the things a particle can.  - Brian Kelly
They Might Be Giants Don't Let's Start Don't don't don't let's start.  - Brian Kelly
Thin Lizzy Bad Reputation You got a bad reputation At least it gets straight to the point, right? - Michelle
Thin Lizzy Jailbreak Tonight, there's gonna be a jailbreak. I'm sure the authorities would like to hear that. - Brian Kelly
Third Eye Blind Graduate Can I graduate?  - Brian Kelly
Third World Now That We Found Love Now that we found love, what are we gonna do with it?  - Candy Welty
Thompson Twins Slave Trade Sophisticated slave trade rhythmically admired, give me a punctual bliss Sophisticated slave trade, put your blue jeans on! - Mickey D.
Thompson Twins Watching Watching you...watching me... Look left, look right - Mickey D.
Thompson Twins Bushbaby Bushbaby, she's the one I want she's got a natural sense of right and wrong  Second track off of 1987's "Close To The Bone" lp - Mickey D.
Thompson Twins Future Days Here's to future days, here's to future ways According to the song title, "Here's To Future Days" minus "Here's To". - Mickey D.
Thompson Twins Don't Mess With Doctor Dream Don't mess with Doctor Dream, don't mess with Doctor Dream Don't take that, take...THIS! - Mickey D.
Thompson Twins If You Were Here If you were here, I could decieve you, and if you were here, you would believe The song was used towards the end of the movie "Sixteen Candles". - Mickey D.
Thompson Twins Tokyo To-k-yo...To-k-yo...To-k-yo...To-k-yo... Konnichi-wa sayonara - Mickey D.
Thompson Twins When I See You When I see you, it's just like takin' some drug, takin' some drug, takin' some drug lol - Mickey D.
Thompson Twins All Fall Out Hey! This is where we all fall out no comments - Mickey D.
Thompson Twins Love Is The Law Have you heard that love, love, love is the law, don't you know that love is the law? Self explanatory. - Mickey D.
Three Days Grace Pain Pain.. without love.. Cool song. - lyris
Three Days Grace Just Like You I could be mean, I could be angry, You know I could be just like you. This band makes the most repeitive song lyrics I have ever heard. Every other line includes the song title. Nonetheless, I am a fan. - Lizzie
The Three Degrees Gee Baby (I'm Sorry) Gee baby, I'm sorry, but this is goodbye. Sure hate to leave you, 'cause you're a nice guy.  - Candy Welty
Three Dog Night Old-Fashioned Love Song Just an old-fashioned love song playing on the radio.  - oldrock
Three Dog Night Eli's Coming Eli's comin'. Well, you better hide your heart., your loving heart.  - Rocky
The Three Notes Bertha My Girl Bertha my girl, I love you so, never let you go, Bertha my girl  - Candy Welty
The Three Stooges Swingin' The Alphabet "And now, youngsters, this is Swingin' The Alphabet" This was spoken by Moe. - Frank Hotdog
Thrice Deadbolt When deadbolts awake you from deja vu dreams From their 2002 album, 'Illusion Of Safety.' - Jonathan S.
Tiffany All This Time All this time, I know some day you'll need to find.   - Brian Kelly
Tim Buckley Once I Was Once I was a soldier  - Sutch
Tim McGraw Indian Outlaw I'm an Indian outlaw/Half Cherokee and Choctaw  - crazydon
The Timetones In My Heart Well, here in my heart there's a story untold of a girl I wanted for my own to have and to hold   - Candy Welty
Tin Tin Toast And Marmalade For Tea Toast and marmalade for tea, sailing ships upon the sea aren't lovelier than you  - Candy Welty
The Ting Tings Shut Up and Let Me Go Shut up and let me go, this hurts I told you so.  - Dongquan
Toad the Wet Sprocket Brother I find my brother in there.  - Brian Kelly
Toad The Wet Sprocket Good Intentions It's hard to rely on my good intentions.  - Brian Kelly
The Toadies I Come From The Water I come from the water. I crawled upon the shore.  - Brian Kelly
TobyMac West Coast Kid Yo, I'm a west coast kid, livin' in nashville...  - Jonathan S.
Todd Rundgren Hello It's Me Hello it's me I've thought about us for a long, long time Originally recorded by Rundgren's late 1960's group, The Nazz, Rundgren re-recorded "Hello It's Me" (and played all the instruments on the new version) in 1971 and in 1972 took it into the top ten. - Peter
Todd Rundgren Bang The Drum All Day I don't want to work, I want to bang on the drum all day.  - Vic George
The Tokens Hear The Bells Hear the bells a-calling from the village just a mile away.  - Candy Welty
Tokio Hotel Automatic Automatic (x2) You're automatic and your heart's like an engine.  - Brian Kelly
Tom Jones What's New Pussycat? What's new pussycat? Woah, Woah. What's new pussycat? Woah, woah. Hot on the heels of Tom Jones first international top ten hit, "It's Not Unusual" he was requested to record the theme song for Peter Sellers new comedy for the fall of 1965, "What's New Pussycat?" Although, not totally as big of hit as "It's Not Unusual", "What's New Pussycat?" was still a major international hit for Welchman Tom Jones. - Peter
Tom Jones Say You'll Stay Until Tomorrow Say you'll stay until tomorrow. I can't face tonight alone.  - Candy Welty
Tom Jones It's Not Unusual It's not unusual to be love by anyone. 1965's top ten hit, "It's Not Unusual" was Tom Jones first international hit. - Peter
Tom Kimmel Heroes Heroes, larger than life  - Sutch
Tom Petty I Won't Back Down Well, I won't back down. No, I won't back down.  - Brian Kelly
Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers American Girl Well, she was an American girl.  - Brian Kelly
Tom Petty & the Heartbreakers Don't Come Around Here No More Hey, hey, don't come around here no more. Just putting up here the whole title of this song and the whole opening lines, for some reason neither came out when posted on this part of this site. - Peter
Tom T. Hall That Song Is Driving Me Crazy That song is driving me crazy, I gotta hear it again. First time I heard it I was with some friends.  - Candy Welty
Tom T. Hall I Love I love little baby ducks, old pickup trucks, slow-movin' trains, and rain  - Candy Welty
Tommy Dorsey Marie Marie, the dawn is breaking  - Candy Welty
Tommy Dorsey Once In A While Once in a while will you try to give one little thought to me  - Candy Welty
Tommy James & The Shondells Hanky Panky My baby does the hanky panky, My baby does the hanky panky, My baby does the hanky panky, My baby does the hanky panky, My baby does the hanky panky! Yes, Tommy James & the Shondells' first #1 song, the summer of 1966's "Hanky Panky" repeats the first line five times and actually repeats again for five more times the same lines (for a total of ten) before another lyric is heard. Of the seven tunes that were #1 in the summer of 1966, Frank Sinatra's "Strangers In The Night", the Beatles' "Paperback Writer", the Troggs' "Wild Thing", the Lovin' Spoonful's "Summer In The City", Donovan's "Sunshine Superman" and the Association's "Cherish", Tommy James & the Shondells' "Hanky Panky" had the longest and most convoluted time reaching the #1 position. In 1963, "Hanky Panky" (written by the songwriting team of Jeff Barry and Ellie Greenwich) was released as the B-side of the Raindrops' "That Boy John". A 13-year old, Tommy Jackson heard the Raindrops version and Jackson from Niles, MI recorded with his group the Shondells (started in 1959 as Tom & the Tornadoes) it at a club in South Bend, IN (where Jackson couldn't remember the lyrics and just made them up as he went along) for the tiny "Snap" label. The 1963, the Shondells version also went nowhere as did the B-side version by the Raindrops. Then in late 1965, a Pittsburgh DJ started playing it and it started to become a huge radio hit throughout the U.S., with bootleggers selling 80,000 copies illegally before the record company "Roulette" could release the original master copy. Realizing that they had a huge hit on their hands, "Roulette's", Pittsburgh DJ, DJ "Mad Mike" Metro asked Tommy Jackson to re-record the tune in Pittsburgh. But by then the Shondells had long since disappeared and Jackson had to ask a local group, the Raconteurs (not Jack White's later group) to become the new Shondells with very little pay, which they agreed to. And at this time Tommy Jackson changed his last name to James, and the rest as one might say was history! - Peter
Tommy James & The Shondells She She loves her man and lets him know every way she can  - Candy Welty
Tommy James & The Shondells Gettin' Together Gettin' together is better than ever, gettin' together  - Candy Welty
Tommy James and the Shondells Mony Mony Here she comes now. Say, Mony, Mony. Also covered by Billy Idol. - Brian Kelly
Tommy Roe Hooray For Hazel Hooray for Hazel, she put me down  - Frosty The Cat
Tommy Roe Stir It Up And Serve It Stir it up and serve it, Shake it all around, 'Cause everybody's groovin' To what you're putting down. "Stir It Up And Serve It" was a song that was released by Tommy Roe in 1970, but didn't make it as a hit as 1970's "Jam Up And Jelly Tight" did. - Peter
Tommy Roe Sing Along With Me Sing along with me and you will see that golden sunshine breaking through those dark, dark clouds hanging over your head  - Candy Welty
Tommy Roe Dizzy Dizzy, I'm so dizzy my head is spinning. "Dizzy" was a U.S. #1 for Tommy Roe, for four weeks in the winter of 1969 (actually was #1 on Valentine's Day of 1969). "Dizzy" was originally released in Britian and was a #1 there in the fall of 1968. "Dizzy" was Tommy Roe's first hit since Fall 1963's "Everybody" and his first #1 since Fall 1962's "Sheila". At this time, many radio stations and record executives started classifying Tommy Roe amongst the Bubblegum artists such as 1910 Fruitgum Company, Ohio Express and the Archies, even though Roe was an actual artists and had been making hits before the Beatles came to America and was at least five to ten years older than many of the musicians behind those other groups. But Tommy Roe's new music, beginning with "Dizzy" did sell well amongst the Bubblegum music buying audience. - Peter
Tommy Roe A Dollar's Worth Of Pennies Got a dollar's worth of pennies and a nickel and a dime. I'm richer than I've been in a long, long time.  - Candy Welty
Tommy Roe Sheila Sweet little Sheila, you'll know her if you see her Blue eyes and a ponytail. Fall 1962's "Sheila" was Tommy Roe's first hit and first #1 song. "Sheila" was released in May 1962 and would become a #1 hit in both the U.S. and Australia. "Sheila" was certified gold on March 25, 1969. Tommy Roe was born Thomas David Roe in Atlanta, Georgia on May 9, 1942 and was in the band at Brown High School. Roe was greatly influenced by Buddy Holly and it shows in the song, "Sheila". In April 1961, Tommy Roe had a daughter, out of wedlock, Cynthia, who is still living in Atlanta, GA with Roe's 3 grandchildren. - Peter
Tommy Roe The You I Need The you I need is not your name. The you I need is not your wealth and fame.  - Candy Welty
Tommy Roe Jam Up And Jelly Tight Jam up and jelly tight, My, my, my, my, baby, now you're outta sight.  "Jam Up And Jelly Tight" was a top five hit for Roe in 1970, and considered the top 40 follow-up to his #1 1969 hit, "Dizzy". After the success of "Jam Up And Jelly Tight", Tommy Roe moved to Beverly Hills, CA and married a French actress named, Josette Banzet. In 1976, Roe moved to an acting career and won a Golden Globe award for his supporting performance in the TV mini-series, "Rich Man, Poor Man". Roe was inducted into the Georgia Music Hall Of Fame, in 1986, and late would be recognized for his work by the Rockabilly Hall Of Fame. - Peter
Tommy Roe Little Miss Sunshine Ah little miss, little Miss Sunshine, ah little miss, little Miss Sunshine, little Miss Sunshine, we gotta go  - Candy Welty
Tommy Roe Everybody Everybody, everybody, everybody's had a broken heart now. "Everybody" was a #3 hit for Roe in the fall 1963, it was playing on a Dallas radio station when one of the bulletins about President John F. Kennedy's assassination broke. After the success of "Everybody", Tommy Roe went to England to tour with Roy Orbison. Roe decided to live in England for several years and started the Pickwick International record label with Jerry Lee Lewis in 1965. - Peter
Tommy Roe Sweet Pea Oh, Sweet Pea, come on and dance with me  - Candy Welty
Toni Basil Mickey Oh, Mickey, you're so fine You're so fine you blow my mind Hey, Mickey! Hey, Mickey!  "Mickey" was a surprise #1 hit from dancer and choreographer Toni Basil (helped to choreograph routines for David Bowie when Bowie came in concert in Los Angeles) in December 1982. Toni Basil almost didn't make it on the charts with the tune, her record company Chrysalis was at first hesitant to release, but they did and had a hit with it with it's cheerleading like lines. And the video, played plenty in the fall of 1982 on MTV, helped with Toni Basil going back to her high school roots as a cheerleader. - Peter
Tonic If You Could Only See If you could only see the way she loves me, then maybe you'd understand.  - Brian Kelly
Tony Bennett The Good Life Oh, the good life, full of fun, seems to be the ideal  - Candy Welty
Tony Bennett Young And Warm And Wonderful Young and warm and wonderful, you are all I dreamed you'd be  - Candy Welty
Tony Bennett Rags To Riches I know I'd go from rags to riches if you would only say you care.  - Candy Welty
Tony Bennett Just In Time Just in time, I found you just in time  - Candy Welty
Tony Bennett If I Ruled The World If I ruled the world, every day would be the first day of spring  - Candy Welty
Tony Bennett I Wanna Be Around I wanna be around to pick up the pieces  - Candy Welty
Tony Martin Walk Hand In Hand Walk hand in hand with me through all eternity  - Candy Welty
Tony Orlando & Dawn Mornin' Beautiful Mornin' beautiful, it's morning and you're beautiful  - Candy Welty
Tony! Toni! Tone! Feels Good Ah ah ah. It feels good yeah.  - Brian Kelly
Tori Amos You Can Bring Your Dog you can bring your dog, I got 3  - Mattias
Tori Amos Sarah Cynthia Sylvia Stout Sarah Cynthia Sylvia Stout would not take the garbage out  - Candy Welty
Tori Amos Amber Waves well he lifts you up like amber waves  - Mattias
Tori Amos God God, sometimes you just don't come through. The lyrics submitted on this site do not always reflect the religious or political beliefs of those submitting them. - Brian Kelly
Tori Amos Cornflake Girl Never was a cornflake girl  - crazydon
Tracy Bonham Mother Mother Mother mother, how's the family?  - Brian Kelly
Tracy Chapman Fast Car You've got a fast car, I want a ticket to anywhere, Maybe we make a deal, maybe together we can get somewhere.  "Fast Car" was a #8 hit for Tracy Chapman in the summer/fall 1988, but was a big seller on more charts than the pop charts. "Fast Car" was also a hit in the album rock, folk, alternative rock and soul charts which was a very unusual and at the time unheard of thing for a record to do -- to make it big in all five of those charts. In many ways, Gnarls Barkley's 2006 hit, "Crazy" owes a debt of gratitude to Tracy Chapman's "Fast Car" in that many different audiences would be open to the idea of listening and buying and asking radio stations to play the same song. And it almost didn't happen that way for Tracy Chapman or "Fast Car". Tracy Chapman, who owes a debt of gratitude to Joan Armatrading (a darling of critics in the 1970's and 80's, but never a big seller of records) for the record companies to be open to the idea of allowing a black artists (and especially a black folk artists) such a Tracy and Joan to be able to sell songs and lp's. Elektra records waited a very long time though to release a first lp for Tracy, entitled just, "Tracy Chapman", unsure as to actually how or in which category her songs belonged (they are generally very folk, but with some rock and elements of soul mixed in) to. And Tracy wrote many songs that were on the self-titled 1988 debut as far back as 1982. And at first Elektra had very little faith in "Fast Car", but when first alternative and hard rock stations both started playing the tune it took off from there (as what would happen with Gnarls Barkley's tune in 2006) with pop and then soul and then easy listening stations playing it (it was also one of the earliest pop tunes heard reviewed on National Public Radio's "All Things Considered", introducing Tracy Chapman to even more wider audiences) and reached legendary status. "Fast Car" (as well as the whole debut lp) is said to have appealed to a need many felt that much of the citizens of the U.S. and the world had been left behind and to needs in all of us for something more. Tracy Chapman would also win the Best New Artists Grammy for "Fast Car" and CBS-TV went out of their way to promote Tracy Chapman singing the song live on the Grammies that year. - Peter
Traditional Besame Mucho Bésame, bésame mucho
Como si fuera esta noche la última vez-
  - MOR
Traditional All Hail The Power Of Jesus' Name All hail the power of Jesus' name, let angels prostrate fall.  - Vic George
Traditional Amazing Grace Amazing grace, how sweet the sound, That sav'd a wretch like me! "Amazing Grace" was written by the Anglican Reverand/Englishman John Newton back in 1772, originally as part of a sermon he was to give on New Year's Day 1773. It later became a world reknown Christian hymn and included in part of Newton's "Olney Hymns" with music by William Cowper. "Amazing Grace" is based on the Bible's "I Chronicles, 17:16" when King David marvels at God choosing him and his house. Many artists have recorded "Amazing Grace" through the years, and later it became a spiritual and folk song. - Peter
Traditional Jesus Loves Me Jesus loves me, this I know. For the Bible tells me so.  - Christian
Traditional My Bonnie My Bonnie lies over the ocean, my Bonnie lies over the sea.  - Peter
Traffic Dear Mr Fantasy Dear Mister Fantasy play us a tune Something to make us all happy  - Peter
Train Drops Of Jupiter Jessie's back in the atmosphere with drops of Jupiter in her hair.  - Brian Kelly
Trini Lopez/Peter, Paul & Mary If I Had A Hammer If I had a hammer I'd hammer in the morning I'd hammer in the evening, all over this land, I'd hammer out danger, I'd hammer out warning, I'd hammer  The rest of the opening line: "...out love between, my brothers and my sister, ah-aaah all over this land." "If I Had A Hammer" was written by Brazillian Trini Lopez and he had a top twenty American hit with it in 1962. Folk trio, Peter, Paul & Mary would record it the following year in 1963 and have the much bigger Top 5 hit with it, making it an instant Civil Rights movement anthem. - Peter
Tripping Daisy I Got A Girl I got a girl, she's crazy for me.  - Brian Kelly
Trisha Yearwood On a Bus to St. Cloud On a bus to St. Cloud, Minnesota
I thought I saw you there
  - William Ransom
Trisha Yearwood The Restless Kind I was born the restless kind
Settling down never crossed my mind
  - William Ransom
Trisha Yearwood You Don't Have to Move That Mountain You don't have to move that mountain
Just help me, Lord, to climb it
  - William Ransom
Trisha Yearwood Heaven, Heartache, and the Power of Love Heaven, heartache and the power of love
They say up in heaven the streets are gold
  - William Ransom
Trisha Yearwood Wrong Side of Memphis I've been living on the wrong side of Memphis  - William Ransom
Trisha Yearwood For Reasons I've Forgotten For reasons I've forgotten now
We brought love to an end
  - William Ransom
Trisha Yearwood Pistol Well, here's what happens when you fall for a pistol  - William Ransom
The Troggs Wild Thing  Wild thing you make my heart sing, you make everything groovy. "Wild Thing" was another one of those #1 songs from the summer of 1966. The Troggs themselves were a British invasion quartet from Andover, Hampshire, England and were signed by the Kinks' manager. "Wild Thing" was written by Chip Taylor and was the only #1 song for the Troggs, made popular by the memorable vocals of lead singer, Reg Presley. But it has had a lot of staying power, still being played on many Classic Rock and Classic Hit stations, in several movies and in a very memorable episodes of the early 1990's hit TV show, "Life Goes On". And Jimi Hendrix with his group Experience recorded a memorable version of the tune at 1967's Monterey Pop Festival. - Peter
The Troggs Hi Hi Hazel Hi hi hi Hazel. Nice to see you in the neighborhood, looking good.  - Lorinda Bale
Tupac Shakur feat. Dr. Dre California Love California love!  - Brian Kelly
The Turtles Elenore You got a thing about you I just can't live without you I really want you, Elenore, near me. "Elenore" is a 1969 top ten hit for the Turtles. - Peter
Twenty One Pilots Heathens All my friends are heathens. Take it slow.  - Brian Kelly
Twila Paris We Will Glorify We will glorify the King of Kings... Her first big hit, from the 1982 album "Keepin' My Eyes on You." Today, it is found in church hymnals everywhere. - Edward Genereux
Twila Paris He Is Exalted He is exalted, the King is exalted on high.  - Vic George
Twisted Sister We're Not Gonna Take It We're not gonna take it. No, we ain't gonna take it. We're not gonna take it anymore.  - Brian Kelly
Twisted Sister I Wanna Rock I wanna rock (rock!) The video for this song not only features Mark Metcalf from Animal House, reprising his Neidermayer-type role as an abusive mean teacher (he also appeared in the video for "We're Not Gonna Take It" in a similar role as an abusive parent), but it also features Stephen Furst from the same movie (the Animal House character Flounder), saying, "Oh boy, is this great?" as he squirts water at the mean teacher at the end of the video. From the band's 1984 Stay Hungry album. - Vic George
The Tymes Somewhere Somewhere my love waits for me, somewhere beyond the sky and sea  - Candy Welty
The Tymes You Little Trustmaker You little trustmaker, you're no heart-breaker  - Candy Welty

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