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The Fake J.D. McKay
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Tubthumping by Chambawhachwacawacadoodledoo
Annie's Song by John Denver

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quote:
Originally posted by Big Daddy Meatybone:
Are there any Beatles songs that do not have title in the lyrics anywhere?

Tomorrow Never Knows
A Day in the Life
Yer Blues
The Ballad of John & Yoko (previously mentioned)

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Romeo Delight and The Full Bug by Van Halen.
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"A Month Of Sundays" by Don Henley
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Are there any albums where there are no songs with the title in the lyrics?
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"Love Fool" by the Cardigans

"Suite: Judy Blue Eyes" by Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young

"A Short Desultory Philippic" by Simon & Garfunkel

Pretty much any song title that begins, "The Ballad of...."

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"All Night Long" by the Eagles.....oh wait.....gonna check that one.....
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Yellow Ledbetter- Pearl Jam
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Mr. Parts Unknown
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Haven't seen either of these two mentioned yet, but I'll throw in a couple I THINK qualify.

Was Emerson, Lake and Palmer's "Karn Evil 9" ever mentioned in First Impression? Or on the entire album, for that matter?

And what about "Oh Well" from the original Fleetwood Mac (with Peter Green)?

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quote:
Originally posted by Killllla:
Yellow Ledbetter- Pearl Jam

How can you tell? I've never understood a word Eddie Vedder sings. I think he and 'Hootie' are the same person. Arshla hamma shlamma warrggghhh.

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Ed Lock from Sydney, Aust
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quote:
Originally posted by Mr. Parts Unknown:
... what about "Oh Well" from the original Fleetwood Mac (with Peter Green)?

G'day Mr Parts Unknown,

The words "Oh Well" are sung between the 2 verses. [Smile]

The word "Well" is sung after the second verse. It sounds to me like the word "Oh" precedes "Well" in that spot but it's not crystal clear to me.

Cheers!

Ed



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quote:
Originally posted by Ed Lock from Sydney, Aust:
quote:
Originally posted by Mr. Parts Unknown:
... what about "Oh Well" from the original Fleetwood Mac (with Peter Green)?

G'day Mr Parts Unknown,

The words "Oh Well" are sung between the 2 verses. [Smile]

The word "Well" is sung after the second verse. It sounds to me like the word "Oh" precedes "Well" in that spot but it's not crystal clear to me.

Cheers!

Ed


Right back atcha, mate. Never noticed that before. Sounds like it could be "Oh" before "Well," but like you, I'm not 100 percent certain. Good catch, either way.
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