Discussion in 'Odds & Ends' started by GreenBalls, Dec 1, 2009.
A Thing Going On - JJ Cale
Going home. Mark Knopfler
Huge props for this but you missed the greatest moment in the history of film. Therefore....
Another Scottish song about the homeland
Going to California -- Led Zeppelin
Going to a go-go-Smokey Robinson
Wake Me Up Before You Go-Go - WHAM!
Let me go-Jimi Hendrix
Let's dance. David Bowie
Let's dance to Joy Division-The Wombats
Battery -- Metallica
Love battery-The Buzzcocks
Ever Fallen in Love -- The Buzzcocks
Fallen Angel - Poison
The angels want to wear my red shoes-Elvis Costello
Everybody wants to rule the world
That golden rule-Biffy Clyro
Don't You Know That - Luther Vandross
The crow knows where all the little children go-PJ Harvey
Little wonder. David Bowie
Little Things - 1D
Every little thing. Jeff Lynne (Arm Chair theatre)
Every Time You Go Away - Paul Young
Away from the numbers-The Jam
On the turning away - PF
Walk AWAY Renee...The Left Banke!
Little known fact...you probably know Michael McKean from Laverne & Shirley or SNL or Spinal Tap but he was first a Left Banke member.
Walk like an Egyptian - The Bangles.
Egyptian reggae-Jonathan Richman
Egypt - Kate Bush
My Egyptian lover - Space Cowboys
Goodbye lovers and friends-Franz Ferdinand
Waiting On a Friend -- The Rolling Stones
i'm waiting for the man-Velvet Underground
Waiting for a girl like you - Foreigner
Waiting in vain-Annie Lennox
Right Here Waiting - Richard MArx
All the world is green- Tom Waits
Misery is the river of the world - Tom Waits
World party-The Waterboys
Sensual World - Kate Bush
The WORLD Is Not Enough...Garbage!
In my top 3 Bond songs! Reason: weakness for the gingers!
Turbonegro -F THE WORLD
What A Wonderful WORLD...Louis Armstrong!
Wonderful Tonight- Eric Clapton
Let's Spend The NIGHT Together...The Rolling Stones!
Had to change it to "Let's Spend Some Time Together" when they played live on The Ed Sullivan Show.
I Could Spend The Day - The Zombies
One of my friends was in a group with Shirley Manson pre-Garbege. They were called Autumn 1904 and had a peel session but I dont think any records.
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