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Song Titles quotes by Ariel Pink
#1. You have all these song titles and song time, and you put it in a certain order, and you slap a cover on it. That's a record. That's how I've seen all my records. #Quote by Ariel Pink
Song Titles quotes by Neil Innes
#2. But we used to go to flea markets and things, and look for old 78 records that had silly song titles. #Quote by Neil Innes
Song Titles quotes by Elvis Costello
#3. Morrissey writes wonderful song titles, but sadly he often forgets to write the song. #Quote by Elvis Costello
Song Titles quotes by Wayne Coyne
#4. Sometimes the song title comes with the songs, other times you just sorta make something up afterwards. #Quote by Wayne Coyne
Song Titles quotes by Keith Urban
#5. I've never wanted to name an album from a song title if I could avoid it because I like it to be a body of work. #Quote by Keith Urban
Song Titles quotes by Arca
#6. With song titles, I try to keep a healthy sense of humor while saying something at the same time. #Quote by Arca
Song Titles quotes by Albert E. Brumley
#7. I wrote 'Turn Your Radio On' in 1937, and it was published in 1938. At this time radio was relatively new to the rural people, especially gospel music programs. I had become alert to the necessity of creating song titles, themes, and plots, and frequently people would call me and say, 'Turn your radio on, Albert, they're singing one of your songs on such-and-such a station.' It finally dawned on me to use their quote, 'Turn your radio on,' as a theme for a religious originated song, and this was the beginning of 'Turn Your Radio On' as we know it. #Quote by Albert E. Brumley
Song Titles quotes by Lupe Fiasco
#8. I don't hate the music, but I hate the process. When I look at it, I don't see song titles and artwork, I see the fight - I see the emotions, the blood, sweat and tears. There are a couple of songs on there that I love; but 'Lasers' is a little bit of what you love, a little bit of what you like, and a lot of what you had to do. #Quote by Lupe Fiasco
Song Titles quotes by Billy Corgan
#9. The title of a song is like the wrapping on a present. #Quote by Billy Corgan
Song Titles quotes by Bonnie McKee
#10. I had an epiphany where I realised that there are song titles everywhere - in advertising, in conversations with people at the grocery store - and every time I open my mind to that and find titles, I then weave a story around that. #Quote by Bonnie McKee
Song Titles quotes by Earl Sweatshirt
#11. You get committed with what you put in songs. It made me wary of who and what I include, because that's there forever. #Quote by Earl Sweatshirt
Song Titles quotes by Ray Kurzweil
#12. If these biochemical phenomena sound similar to those of the fight-or-flight syndrome, they are, except that here we are running toward something or someone; indeed, a cynic might say toward rather than away from danger. The changes are also fully consistent with those of the early phases of addictive behavior. The Roxy Music song "Love Is the Drug" is quite accurate in describing this state (albeit the subject of the song is looking to score his next fix of love). #Quote by Ray Kurzweil
Song Titles quotes by ASAP Rocky
#13. I'm not the best at choosing what's good and what's bad. I wouldn't even know what's a good pop song and what's a bad one. With that said, I wanted to say what's true to me. Some people might say that the Skrillex record was pop, but that was just about the chemistry between me and my boy. #Quote by ASAP Rocky
Song Titles quotes by Betty Neels
#14. Made no fuss and helped around the house without making a song and dance about it. She'll make Dr Fforde a good wife, reflected Aunt Leticia. #Quote by Betty Neels
Song Titles quotes by Lauren Mayberry
#15. It was always very important for us that we presented ourselves as a band, because it's a three-part writing process and it's a three-part decision making process, it's not two producer guys and a girl that sings the songs. It's startling how many people make that assumption. #Quote by Lauren Mayberry
Song Titles quotes by Tom Reiss
#16. The former King Louis XVI, who, after titles were abolished, was now simply called "Louis Capet" - a mocking reference to his distant ancestor Hugh Capet, who had assumed the throne in the year 987. #Quote by Tom Reiss
Song Titles quotes by Emery Lord
#17. Straining to hear, I can make out something acoustic. Coming from...the backyard?

I glance down from my bedroom window and feel my jaw fall open. Matt Finch is standing below my window, guitar strapped across his chest. I pull my window up, and I expect the song from that old movie - the one about a guy with a trench coat and the big radio and his heart on his sleeve.

But it's not that. It's not anything I recognise, and I strain to make out the lyrics: Stop being ridiculous, stop being ridiculous, Reagan.

What an asshole.

The mesh screen and two floors between us don't seem like enough to protect him from my anger.

"Nice apology," I call down to him.
"I've apologised thirteen times," he yells back, "and so far you haven't called me back."

I open my mouth to say it doesn't matter, but he's already redirecting the song.

"Now I'm gonna stand here until you forgive me," he sings loudly, "or at least until you hear me out, la-la, oh-la-la. I drove seven hours overnight, and I won't leave until you come out here."

(...) "This is private property!" My throat feel coarse from how loudly I'm yelling. "And that doesn't even rhyme!"

The guitar chord continues as he sings, "Then call the cops, call the cops, call the cops..."

I storm downstairs, my feet pounding against the staircase. When I turn the corner, my dad looks almost amused from his seat in the recliner. Noticing #Quote by Emery Lord
Song Titles quotes by Jim Goad
#18. If Jimmy indeed cracked corn and you truly didn't care, why the fuck did you write a song about it? I call bullshit. #Quote by Jim Goad
Song Titles quotes by Stella Benson
#19. London is a friend whom I can leave knowing without doubt that she will be the same to me when I return, to-morrow or forty years hence, and that, if I do not return, she will sing the same song to inheritors of my happy lot in future generations. Always, whether sleeping or waking, I shall know that in Spring the sun rides over the silver streets of Kensington, and that in the Gardens the shorn sheep find very green pasture. Always the plaited threads of traffic will wind about the reel of London; always as you up Regent Street from Pall Mall and look back, Westminster will rise with you like a dim sun over the horizon of Whitehall. That dive down Fleet Street and up to the black and white cliffs of St. Paul's will for ever bring to mind some rumour of romance. There is always a romance that we leave behind in London, and always London enlocks that flower for us, and keeps it fresh, so that when we come back we have our romance again. #Quote by Stella Benson
Song Titles quotes by Paul Laurence Dunbar
#20. Ione

'TWAS in the radiant summer weather,
When God looked, smiling, from the sky;
And we went wand'ring much together
By wood and lane, Ione and I,
Attracted by the subtle tie
Of common thoughts and common tastes,
Of eyes whose vision saw the same,
And freely granted beauty's claim
Where others found but worthless wastes.
We paused to hear the far bells ringing
Across the distance, sweet and clear.
We listened to the wild bird's singing
The song he meant for his mate's ear,
And deemed our chance to do so dear.
We loved to watch the warrior Sun,
With flaming shield and flaunting crest,
Go striding down the gory West,
When Day's long fight was fought and won.
And life became a different story;
Where'er I looked, I saw new light.
Earth's self assumed a greater glory,
Mine eyes were cleared to fuller sight.
Then first I saw the need and might
Of that fair band, the singing throng,
Who, gifted with the skill divine,
Take up the threads of life, spun fine,
And weave them into soulful song.
They sung for me, whose passion pressing
My soul, found vent in song nor line.
They bore the burden of expressing
All that I felt, with art's design,
And every word of theirs was mine.
I read them to Ione, ofttimes,
By hill and shore, beneath fair skies,
And she looked deeply in mine eyes,
And knew my l #Quote by Paul Laurence Dunbar
Song Titles quotes by Ronnie Van Zant
#21. If prisons, freight trains, swamps, and gators don't get ya to write songs, man, y'ain't got no business writin' songs. #Quote by Ronnie Van Zant
Song Titles quotes by Dave Grohl
#22. When I was a teenager, working towards dropping out of high school to starting to tour with bands, I'd drive around in my VW Bug every morning before school, very stoned listening over and over to Zeppelin. This song got to me because it just seemed mystical. There is something about those Celtic tunings that almost sounds Eastern. Somehow it would sweep me up into my own little trance-like state, like Sting with those shamans in the Amazon. But all I had was a bong and a Led Zeppelin cassette. #Quote by Dave Grohl
Song Titles quotes by Harvey MacKay
#23. Would you like to go to a doctor who had taken his last medical course in 1948? You have to keep changing and keep learning so that you are constantly challenging yourself, adding a few new songs to your program every chance you get. If you don't, the world will pass you by. #Quote by Harvey MacKay
Song Titles quotes by Hank Williams, Jr.
#24. After reading hundreds of e-mails, I have made MY decision. By pulling my opening Oct 3rd, You (ESPN) stepped on the Toes of The First Amendment
Freedom of Speech, so therefore Me, My Song, and All My Rowdy Friends are OUT OF HERE. It's been a great run. #Quote by Hank Williams, Jr.
Song Titles quotes by John Lydon
#25. I never felt Irish. I always felt, 'I'm English, this is where I come from, and that's that.' Because you'd be reminded of that when you went to Ireland: 'Ye're not Oirish!' the locals would say. So it was like, 'Bloody hell, shot by both sides here.' I still love that Magazine song – so relevant to me, those lyrics. #Quote by John Lydon
Song Titles quotes by Mat McNerney
#26. Everyone's attention span these days is limited to how long it takes to flick the iPod wheel on to the next song. #Quote by Mat McNerney
Song Titles quotes by Aleister Crowley
#27. Sex is the sacred song of the soul; Sex is the sanctuary of Self. #Quote by Aleister Crowley
Song Titles quotes by Kevan Duke
#28. Words are most important. I never wanted to write a song about nothing. After all, the impulse towards music is at its heart an urge to express something. #Quote by Kevan Duke
Song Titles quotes by Bryan Ferry
#29. It's good having a lot of different songs to choose from to do the show. It means you don't get bored of doing it in one particular genre. #Quote by Bryan Ferry
Song Titles quotes by Patrick Rothfuss
#30. I heard the silence pouring from them. The audience held themselves quiet, tense, and tight, as if the song had burned them worse than flame.
Each person held their wounded selves closely, clutching their pain as if it were a precious thing. #Quote by Patrick Rothfuss
Song Titles quotes by A.E. Via
#31. Go where?" Furi looked between them. "I can answer your questions right here."

"You could if we were the ones with the questions," Metallica spoke up. "Our Sergeant and First Officer will be questioning you down at the precinct."

"So you're the errand boys."

"And you're the porn boy," Metallica quipped back smoothly. "Now that we got job titles out of the way, move it, unless there's some reason you don't want to come. #Quote by A.E. Via
Song Titles quotes by Chuck Klosterman
#32. Everything (N.W.A.) attempted had to possess criminal undertones. I can only assume they spent hours trying to deduce villainous ways to microwave popcorn (and if they'd succeeded, there would absolutely be a song about it, assumedly titled "Pop Goes the Corn Killa", or "45 Seconds to Bitch Snack"). #Quote by Chuck Klosterman
Song Titles quotes by Stephen Garneraas-Holmes
#33. Beings Trees in Autumn

These trees in Buddhist saffron robes renouncing everything,
becoming naked without fear,
in win that is a part of them, disclose a beauty in this death, become new shapes, interior.
To live they cannot hoard;
This losing, too, is growth.
New shapes emerge, new vision clears. Surrender strengthens in the soul another song.
This emptying is confidence
in springs, but more-a farthing in the growth that's come before, a counting of the gifts
and then releasing one by one, so as to give again,
Knowing growth is not a season, but is in the root of things.
This is no losing,
but a becoming.
Coveting such openness
of limb and heart and hand, such bareness in the singing,
I only now discover that I want this wind, blowing where it will, within. #Quote by Stephen Garneraas-Holmes
Song Titles quotes by Ronnie Dunn
#34. The music has to drive you. That's just it. You follow it. You follow the songs. #Quote by Ronnie Dunn
Song Titles quotes by George R R Martin
#35. The singers make much of kings who die valiantly in battle, but your life is worth more than a song. #Quote by George R R Martin
Song Titles quotes by Walt Whitman
#36. And I or you pocketless of a dime, may purchase the pick of the earth. #Quote by Walt Whitman
Song Titles quotes by Laura Benanti
#37. The first song I ever learned to sing and play on the piano was 'I Remember Sky' when I was 10 years old. I remember thinking, This is the most beautiful song I will ever hear. And that remains true for me to this day. His music is the sole reason I wanted to be on Broadway. I wanted to sing music that transports us to the most important place one can travel, our hearts. #Quote by Laura Benanti
Song Titles quotes by Joey Tempest
#38. A good song and good musicians can really move mountains. #Quote by Joey Tempest
Song Titles quotes by Desmond Dekker
#39. Recently, I've been working on anew album of material, which should be out in the new Millennium. I'm not sure which song will be put out as a single, but I'm still hoping to get another record in the charts. #Quote by Desmond Dekker
Song Titles quotes by Nile Rodgers
#40. When I was very young, there was a lot of music at home, mostly jazz. I was walking around singing and pretending I was in bands from a very young age. But the first song that was really personal to me was 'Blue Suede Shoes'. #Quote by Nile Rodgers
Song Titles quotes by Nick Lowe
#41. The older I get, the more I think it's this listening. You listen for it, and you have a bit of patience. And it'll come until it sounds - to me, the best songs I've written, I think, are ones that I can't hear anything - any of myself in it. It sounds like a cover song, like somebody else's song - really something you've stolen wholesale off a radio that you've listened to in someone else's flat. #Quote by Nick Lowe
Song Titles quotes by Aldous Huxley
#42. The boys still sang their horrible song about Linda. Sometimes, too, they laughed at him for being so ragged. When he tore his clothes, Linda did not know how to mend them. In the Other Place, she told him, people threw away clothes with holes in them and got new ones. "Rags, rags!" the boys used to shout at him. "But I can read," he said to himself, "and they can't. They don't even know what reading is." It was fairly easy, if he thought hard enough about the reading, to pretend that he didn't mind when they made fun of him. He asked Linda to give him the book again.
The more the boys pointed and sang, the harder he read. #Quote by Aldous Huxley
Song Titles quotes by Leonard Cohen
#43. You say I took the name in vain
I don't even know the name
But if I did, well, really, what's it to you?
There's a blaze of light in every word
It doesn't matter which you heard
The holy or the broken Hallelujah
Hallelujah, Hallelujah
Hallelujah, Hallelujah
I did my best, it wasn't much
I couldn't feel, so I tried to touch
I've told the truth, I didn't come to fool you
And even though it all went wrong
I'll stand before the Lord of Song
With nothing on my tongue but Hallelujah #Quote by Leonard Cohen
Song Titles quotes by Nick Moran
#44. Someone told me about drama schools, and they seemed like mythological places - you can really go and be in drama classes all day? I inadvertently entered into this world where people wore bicycle clips and did song-and-dance routines in the corridors. #Quote by Nick Moran
Song Titles quotes by Steve Earle
#45. Back then, the business depended on bohemians ... They needed Kristofferson and Roger Miller ..It was the tail end of something ... the last Tin Pan Alley ... and we were the night shift! They gave us keys, because they knew the best songs weren't written in daylight ... We got our keys taken away several times ... me and Guy Clark. #Quote by Steve Earle
Song Titles quotes by Ella Eyre
#46. I use writing as a counselling session - recently I've written a song for Paloma Faith, so after being a singer, I'm happy to keep writing for other people. #Quote by Ella Eyre
Song Titles quotes by Stephen Sondheim
#47. Almost all the shows I've been connected with have been extremely well cast. They're playing the show, not just doing the songs. #Quote by Stephen Sondheim
Song Titles quotes by K.C. May
#48. Any doubt Gavin Kinshield had that he was in the right place vanished the moment he dismounted. The poplars and sweetgums, the shape of the cave mouth, the dirge-like song of a lone hermit thrush echoing through the trees - these things were as familiar as the boots on his feet. He gave Golam's flank an absent pat, and the horse ambled away to nibble a nearby bush. #Quote by K.C. May
Song Titles quotes by G.K. Chesterton
#49. In most cases the name is unpoetical, although the fact is poetical. In the case of Smith, the name is so poetical that it must be an arduous and heroic matter for the man to live up to it. The name of Smith is the name of the one trade that even kings respected; it could claim half the glory of that arma virumque which all epics acclaimed. The spirit of the smithy is so close to the spirit of song that it has mixed in a million poems, and every blacksmith is a harmonious blacksmith.

Even the village children feel that in some dim way the smith is poetic, as the grocer and the cobbler are not poetic, when they feast on the dancing sparks and deafening blows in the cavern of that creative violence. The brute repose of Nature, the passionate cunning of man, the strongest of earthly metals, the weirdest of earthly elements, the unconquerable iron subdued by its only conqueror, the wheel and the ploughshare, the sword and the steam-hammer, the arraying of armies and the whole legend of arms, all these things are written, briefly indeed, but quite legibly, on the visiting-card of Mr. Smith. #Quote by G.K. Chesterton
Song Titles quotes by George R R Martin
#50. The day will come when you need them to respect you, even fear you a little. Laughter is poison to fear. #Quote by George R R Martin
Song Titles quotes by David Fincher
#51. I think title sequences are an opportunity to sort of set the stage or to get people thinking in different terms than maybe whatever they understand the movie to be going in. #Quote by David Fincher
Song Titles quotes by James Connolly
#52. No revolutionary movement is complete without its poetical expression. #Quote by James Connolly
Song Titles quotes by Agnes Varda
#53. There is a song of Gainsbourg that Jane Birkin sang, and the words are beautiful in French. It says, "Le jeu et les moi." It's impossible to translate, because it has a very nice sound. It sounds so lovely in French. So I took that because it was the subject: I and myself and myself and I. Which is, in a way, boring, because it is a contradiction. #Quote by Agnes Varda
Song Titles quotes by Nate Ruess
#54. As a songwriter I hate this whole, 'If it's a sad song, it has to sound like a sad song thing.' And that goes all the way back to my days with the Format. I'm an insane narcissist, so if I have to get something off my chest, I'll get something off my chest. #Quote by Nate Ruess
Song Titles quotes by John Lennon
#55. I don't bother so much about the others' songs. For instance, I don't give a damn about how 'Something' is doing in the charts - I watch 'Come Together' (the flip side) because that's my song. #Quote by John Lennon
Song Titles quotes by Mahatma Gandhi
#56. All truths, not merely ideas, but truthful faces, truthful pictures or songs, are highly beautiful. #Quote by Mahatma Gandhi

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