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Old 06-07-2008, 10:05 PM   #106
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I don't believe that the song "White Rabbit" by Jefferson Airplane ever mentioned the title. The closest thing they said was "...and if you go, chasing rabbits".
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I don't believe that the song "White Rabbit" by Jefferson Airplane ever mentioned the title. The closest thing they said was "...and if you go, chasing rabbits".

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That's right, well, it's a song, just one without lyrics!

But yeah, I don't think instrumentals count as far as songs that don't mention song titles.
...otherwise you could count EVERYTHING by the Ventures, except Tequila!
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Old 06-22-2008, 12:01 AM   #110
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...otherwise you could count EVERYTHING by the Ventures, except Tequila!

Tsk, tsk, the Ventures did not sing "Tequila." That was done by the Champs.
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"Big Log" - Robert Plant (1983)
"Black and White" - Three Dog Night (1972)
"Deja Vu" - Crosby, Stills, Nash, and Young (1970)
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I'm a die-hard Procol Harum fan and many of their songs don't use the title.

A Christmas Camel
Quite Rightly So
Shine on Brightly (Though 'Shines on Brightly' is used)
Wish me Well
The Milk of Human Kindness
Boredom
Juicy John Pink
Wreck of the Hesperus
All this and More
Crucifiction Lane
Pilgrim's Progress
The Dead Man's Dream
Barnyard Story
Whaling Stories
Your Own Choice
Power Failure
Grand Hotel (I don't know if this counts if it's used in reverse 'Hotel Grand')
Tojurs l'Amour
A Rum Tale
For Liquorice John
Robert's Box
Drunk Again
Pandora's Box
The Worm and the Tree (The Worm and The Tree are mentioned, but not at once)
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Tsk, tsk, the Ventures did not sing "Tequila." That was done by the Champs.
I never said they wrote it, just that they played it, it appears on several of their albums.
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I never said they wrote it, just that they played it; it appears on several of their albums.
along with many other songs written by others
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"Sour Suite" - The Guess Who (1971). I heard it on CHWO AM 740 out of Toronto, which gets surprisingly good reception down here in Dayton at night. I had never heard it before; it only reached #50 on the Billboard Top 100 pop charts.
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