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I was reading a post on the Chat Board and they were talking about a song called 'When'. We could name some songs that have a one word title, like When.


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"Till" by Percy Faith, 1957. Also sung by Tom Jones and The Vogues.

"Matilda" 1930's calypso song.

"Honey" written and sung by Bobby Goldsboro.

"Swanee" written by George Gershwin, sung by Al Jolson. 1919.


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"Intermezzo" lyrics by Guy Lombardo, 1939.

"More" sung by Andy Williams.

"Whispering" Paul Whiteman.

"Delilah" sung by Tom Jones, 1967.

"Clouds" sung by Joni Mitchell.


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Hi Kids, Good idea, GB

I suppose the ultimate one word title (at least the longest) is from Mary Poppins. And
we all know that title. Written by the Sherman Brothers.

Exodus, Oscar winning song by Ernest Gold. He was married to soprano Marnie Nixon.

Bill from Showboat, by Jerome Kern
"Who" from the musical Sunny, also by Kern. Judy Garland sings it on Youtube in the
movie "Till The Clouds Roll By".

Summertime from Porgy and Bess by George Gershwin and his lovely wife Ira.
"America" AKA" My Country Tis of Thee." Same tune as God Save the King. Pretty
ironic since we fought two wars with England.



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Rock, would that long title be Docius ali expi listic fragi cali rupes?

Still - The Commodores
Until - The BeeGees
Carol - Al Stewart
Centerfold - J. Geils Band
Daydream - The Lovin' Spoonful
Kodachrome - Paul Simon

Do numbers count? If so,
1999 - Prince

How about abbreviations?
M.T.A. - The Kingston Trio


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"Amelia' by Joni Mitchell

'Blue' by Joni Mitchell

'Shout' by Tears for Fears

'Happy' by the Rolling Stones

'Suzanne' by Leonard Cohen

'Sh-Boom' by the Chords
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