TrackIdFilter: I've been trying in vain to ID this deep house track that features the following lyrics: "There ain't no pill that can fill this need" and "Somebody call the doctor" (there's more to it, but this is what I can remember). It was played at Panorama Bar, Berghain, by Kiki at around 11am or so last Sunday morning. [more inside]
lyrics filter: Andrea Wittgens' "Comme Tu Veux" [more inside]
What songs include bits and pieces of other songs? [more inside]
Help me find more great songs about water towers. [more inside]
What is the meaning of the lyrics in Nat King Cole's "Straighten up and fly right?" [more inside]
I'm looking for references to (and especially celebrations of) smart girls in music. [more inside]
Name-that-song filter. Male singer, lyrics (I think) contain the line: "as big as Saskatchewan, you're never going to see me again." Any ideas? Not much more inside, I'm afraid. [more inside]
Very important question. Can we work together to figure out the actual lyrics to "Sailing to Nowhere" by Broken Bells? [more inside]
Trying to find a lyrics website that doesn't just republish the same wrong lyrics every other lyrics website uses. Does such a thing even exist? [more inside]
What is the song from the 1960s or so with the funny male name in it? I was explaining to some friends the other day that when I was a kid I thought Simon & Garfunkel was one guy, Simon N. Garfunkel - a funny name like that funny man's name in some song from around the same time (sixties or seventies, but it could have been a fifties song). I can't think of the name or the song, though. Anyone?
Where have I heard these lyrics from The Streets before? [more inside]
[Geezer Filter:] Help me dredge up the name of a rock ballad from around 1969-1970? [more inside]
Can you think of any songs where the singer includes his full name in the lyrics? [more inside]
Why can't I "hear" lyrics to songs? I know they're there, but I don't notice them the same way other people do. [more inside]
The song is called something like Callie's 'Song' (or Kallie, Kylie, Caylie etc.), or possibly Callie's Boat instead of 'Song'. I think it's Irish & it's lovely. It's about a boy who takes his little boat out on the sea - the only refrain I can recall is 'Callie loves the sea'. Thanks!
What are some mellow, dreamlike songs sung in Spanish? [more inside]
Help sought in identifying the song. Trip-hoppy, moody backing track with a male spoken sample saying: "Don't cry. You're gonna be a big man someday. This is a new dawn!" [more inside]
Looking for lyrics by the band Versus. [more inside]
How does one define "freaky?" [more inside]
Looking for songs that reference Pittsburgh. [more inside]
On the movie Crazy Heart, Jeff Bridges sings this beautiful Greg Brown song called Brand New Angel. And I love it, but I'm not sure I'm correctly hearing the word that seems to be, essentially, the punch line of the song. [more inside]
Ridiculously little to go on, I know, but do you know what song this is? The artist is similar sounding to The National and the main refrain is "I Love You". [more inside]
How can I search lyrics in iTunes on Windows? I used a program to automatically add lyrics to many of my songs in iTunes. Some of the lyrics now consist of things like, "These lyrics are missing. Could you please submit them?" due to a failure to automatically retrieve anything. I'd like to search for common terms and either purge the bad lyrics or move those song to a playlist where I can then run them through a lyrics cleaner. Looks like there's a few good Mac/Applescript solutions but nothing I can find in Windows.
I'm trying to find out who wrote the song, "Mama's Little Soldier". I heard Bill Staines sing it years ago and I thought he gave credit to Tom Paxton, but I have been unsuccessful finding out who actually wrote the song. I can't even find references to the song anywhere on the Internet or iTunes. [more inside]
Looking for your favourite stories, poems, or quotes about friendship. [more inside]
What's the best way to display my collection of ASCII guitar chords and tablature on my iPhone? [more inside]
I heard a song on the radio station JJJ with some lyrics that sounded to me like this: "We go out in the coco fire, never ever coco liar". It is more than possible that these lyrics have been woefully mangled. It was a guy singing. If you know what this is could you tell me please? [more inside]
Singing Christmas squirrels toy - what's the name of the song?
What does "Look I'll call you in the morning or my service will explain" (from the song "Another Hundred People") mean? [more inside]
I love the Neil Young track "For the Turnstiles." It's a great performance of a great song. I walk around the house singing it, annoying my wife and frightening my children. But I've got to come to grips with the fact that I can't quite decipher whatever the literal meaning of the lyrics might be. Can you help me? [more inside]
There is a song I've heard on Pandora that is clever and funny and about cybersex. One attribute I recall is that the singer (male) rhymes something with the lyrics, "semicolon parenthesis." [more inside]
Church Lyrics filter: Help me find old Catholic Church music with Latin lyrics (with English translations) about about smiting the Devil. [more inside]
Looking for lyrics to the traditional piano song 'Remembrance' [more inside]
Lyrics to Fool's Gold song "Surprise Hotel." [more inside]
The song Gimme Sympathy by Metric has a line: "After all of this is gone, who'd you rather be; the Beatles or the Rolling Stones." What would you interpret that to mean? [more inside]
Argh! Please help me figure out this song fragment stuck in my head based on a clue or two. [more inside]
Please help me ID a song from the 80's! [more inside]
How is "I should mind" used to mean "I don't really mind"? This and other grammar/language questions inside. [more inside]
Please help me figure out the name of this birthday song. [more inside]
I am seeking classic R&B, soul, reggae, or even blues songs that feature the word cherry [more inside]
What's the name o' this song, I've gotta know! "I wake up when I wake up, I sleep when I lie down, I eat when I find food..."
Name-that-tune-filter: I am looking for the title a song I heard recently. lyrics: "I wake up when I wake up, I sleep when I lie down, I eat when I find food" [more inside]
What songs are about St. Louis? Is there a list somewhere? [more inside]
Does anyone know the lyrics to Sir Smoke A Lot's rap song from Half-Baked? [more inside]
What is the earliest known use of "baby" to address or refer to a lover in American song lyrics? [more inside]
In what was the context was Tupac's "God Bless the Dead" written? [more inside]
identify the originating song with these lyrics... It doesn't matter what you eat it all turns to meat eat your neighbor eat your neighbor, etc... [more inside]
What's the name of this possibly 1970s adult contemporary FM radio hit? [more inside]
Quick lyrics question on The White Stripes' "The Union Forever." I have always (and still) heard the line "Sure I'm C.F. Kane," but lyrics sites all say "Sure I'm C.F.K." What is actually being sung here?