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Similar to another Tommy James and the Shondells singles which was covered by Billy Idol titled "Mony Mony", "I Think We're Alone Now" was also covered by different artists like Tiffany. Other Tommy James and the Shondells singles, "Mirage", also popularity on the Billboard Hot 100.
Not popularity rather than "Be-Bop-A-Lula".
The first rock and roll record that popularity in the Billboard Hot 100 in 1954.
"Sweet Tuesday Morning," Badfinger
The shortest song from 'Straight Up'. That album, according to Rolling Stone critic, has referred to it as "Badfinger's power-pop apex".
The shortest song from 1959's 'Ritchie Valens'. The original Ersel Hickey version was peaked at #75 on the Billboard Hot 100 in 1958. Four years later in 1962, The Echoes version peaked at #112 on the Billboard Hot 100. And again in 1968, The Beach Boys version peaked at #61 on the Billboard Hot 100. The song also covered by Dick and Dee Dee in 1963.
The first part is a heated discussion among the Boys, followed by a brief musical explanation of the term "transcendental meditation"
Frosty The Cat
The song lyrics are in the title.
A sad song Charlie Rich was singing. He woke up this morning, then realized what he had done.
Length::41 (Live); 1:16 (Studio)
"Majestic" is the very first song that appears on "Captured" before it segues into "Where Were You." The studio version of "Majestic" which appears on "Evolution" is slightly longer than the live version which appears on "Captured." The only "lyrics" that are heard in this song are "Ahh, ahh," which is sung three times. Unlike the live version, the studio version opens with a few guitar notes, which is why the live version is shorter.
This was probably the shortest Olivia Newton-John song ever recorded. The song "Changes" by Yes, which by the way is a different song, is 6:20 minutes long.
This song sounds somewhat like "Lights." As a result, on their live albums "Captured" and "Greatest Hits Live," "Lights" segues into "Stay Awhile." However, "Lights" and "Stay Awhile" appear on two different studio albums. "Lights" appears on "Infinity." The latter song appears on "Departure."
Jennifer Hate Hewitt
The shortest song off of the "Broken" EP, with nothing but one guitar riff repeated several times.
A completely instrumental track from the band's 1991 album Cerulean. At a little under a minute and a half it's the shortest song and the only song without lyrics on the album. It's a few songs before the last one. It's a nice instrumental piece but I have no idea what the title is about, and I wonder why they named it that. Or why it's the only song on the album without words.
Probably the shortest CS&N song ever recorded.
"The Grand Finale," Styx
The last song on the group's album, "The Grand Illusion". Most of this song is the ending chord on the organ that seems to go on forever.
Frosty The Cat
Emmylou's version is 4 seconds shorter than the original song by The Chordettes.
"Race Car Ya-Yas," Cake
From their album "Fashion Nugget"
From their album "No Code"
The lyrics: "p-r-I-v-a-c-y is priceless to me" repeated.
"Crack in the Union Jack," Suede
The final song on their 1999 album Head Music.
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