Songs With Four-Word Titles

Discussion in 'Homebound/Bedbound' started by gb66, Jun 5, 2016.

  1. gb66

    gb66 Well-Known Member

    Picking up where we left off! We did a lot of one, two, and three-word titles, so lets move on to four-words. :)

    "When I Get Home"

    "Good Morning, Good Morning"

    "Till There Was You"

    "Rock and Roll Music"

    "Here Comes the Sun"
  2. rockgor

    rockgor Well-Known Member

    Okee Dokee, here's my 4 bits worth.

    California, Here I come. Sunday Morning Coming Down.
    12 Days of Christmas. Baubles, Bangles and Beads (Kismet).

    Another Op'ning, Another Show; Why Can't You Behave?
    We Open in Venice; Brush Up Your Shakespeare. All from
    Cole Porter's Kiss Me Kate.

    And some Irish Songs:
    A Song for Ireland; Whiskey in the Jar.
    Come Back, Paddy Reilly; 40 Shades of Green.

    The last song was written by Johnny Cash who visited Ireland
    in 1959. He apparently has Scottish and Irish ancestors.

    Rock
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  3. gb66

    gb66 Well-Known Member

    Good ones Rock. Now I have to admit, I've never heard 'Whiskey In The Jar'! Those Irish! :) GB
  4. rockgor

    rockgor Well-Known Member



    The Streets of Laredo which is based on an older Irish song titled The
    Bard of Armagh. (Armagh is a county in Ireland.)
    Who Can I Turn to?

    The Carnival is Over (The Seekers. Russian tune; English lyrics.)
    Seasons in the Sun (A French song written by Jacque Brel with
    English lyrics by Rod McKuen.)

    Once Upon a Time.
    I'll Be Seeing You.
    Catch a Falling Star.
    Blowing in the Wind. (Bob Dylan.)

    Rock
  5. gb66

    gb66 Well-Known Member

    The Halls Of Ivy

    The Old Mill Stream

    The Band Played On

    Somewhere Over The Rainbow

    One Night Of Love

    The Road To Moracco

    If You Knew Suzie

    Twinkle Twinkle Little Star

    Button Up Your Overcoat
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  6. rockgor

    rockgor Well-Known Member





    A mid 50s hit for Gogi Grant followed by an even bigger hit: The Shifting,
    Whispering Sands.

    Let Me Go, Lover; In the Misty Moonlight; La Vie En Rose.
    Joy To The World; You're Just in Love;

    Send In The Clowns; Tennessee Flat Top Box; A hit for singer-songwriter
    Johnny Cash.

    Stand By Your Man; Puff, The Magic Dragon; Roll Along, Prairie Moon.
    More Than You Know; Why Was I Born?; I'll See You Again.

    Rock
  7. gb66

    gb66 Well-Known Member

    Very good list! Some of the titles for Johnny Cash make me smile. Country songs are kinda different. :) GB
  8. ConfusedInPA

    ConfusedInPA Well-Known Member

    Hi y'all,

    I'll try to add a few ---

    JUST YOU AND I, Crystal Gayle and Eddie Rabbitt


    WHERE THE BOYS ARE, Connie Francis


    I HONESTLY LOVE YOU, Olivia Newton-John


    ***AND, ONE OF MY ALL-TIME FAVORITES --

    FOR THE GOOD TIMES, Ray Price


    Great thread! I'm glad to see that my "one-word titles" are still moving along!!!!!:D

    Later, DIANE
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  9. rockgor

    rockgor Well-Known Member

    Nice posts, Diane. I remember Where the Boys Are. Came out when
    I was in college. Our English Prof. had the same home town as the
    author Glendon Swarthout. Swarthout also wrote The Shootist
    which became John Wayne's last movie. Came out in the 70's.

    Rock Around the Clock; Sparrow in the Treetop.
    I'm An Old Cowhand; Are You Lonesome Tonight?

    Shine On Harvest Moon; The 12th of Never.
    Wake Up, Little Susie; Ain't that a Shame?

    Sail Along Silver Moon; Standing On the Corner.
    The Rose of Tralee; Stars Fell On Alabama.

    Swinging On A Star; Strike Up The Band.
    Dancing In the Dark; Wind Beneath My Wings.


    Rock
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  10. rockgor

    rockgor Well-Known Member

    Ten Cents A Dance
    You Raise Me Up
    In My Merry Oldsmobile

    Wait For the Wagon
    The Bells of Rhymney
    My Wild Irish Rose

    The Boys of Wexford
    Star of the East
    Big Rock Candy Mountain

    GB, Diane, Chris, Soul, et. al.
    Stop by when you feel up to it.

    Rock

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  11. gb66

    gb66 Well-Known Member

    Singing in the Rain

    Goodbye Yellow Brick Road

    Peace in the Valley

    Chitty Chitty Bang Bang

    Up a Lazy River

    The Star Spangled Banner

    Bicycle Built For Two

    The Wheel of Fortune

    A Stranger in Paradise
  12. rockgor

    rockgor Well-Known Member

    Four words: Very nice list, GB.

    Rock
    :)
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