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20 Songs with a Color in the Title

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White Room- Cream Report Abuse
a psychedelic rock song by British supergroup Cream, written by bassist Jack Bruce and poet Pete Brown. Drummer Ginger Baker claims to have added the distinctive 5/4 opening to what had been a 4/4 composition. It originally appeared on the US release of their double album, Wheels of Fire, by Atco Records in July 1968 and was released as a single in September 1968 (see 1968 in music), on the same label.
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Blue Suede Shoes Report Abuse
Famous Elvis song.
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Black Dog- Led Zeppelin Report Abuse
The song's title is a reference to a nameless, black Labrador retriever that wandered around the Headley Grange studios during recording.[3][4] The dog is unrelated to the song's lyrics (although the line "Eyes that shine burning red" is reminiscent of the Black dog legend), which are about desperate desire for a woman's love and the happiness it provides. Robert Plant has said of the lyrics, "Not all my stuff is meant to be scrutinized. Things like 'Black Dog' are blatant, let's-do-it-in-the-bath-type things, but they make their point just the same."[5] His vocals were recorded in two takes.[
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Paint It, Black- The Rolling Stones Report Abuse
a song released by The Rolling Stones on 13 May 1966 as the first single from the US version of their fourth album Aftermath.[3] It was originally titled "Paint It Black" without a comma. Keith Richards has stated that the comma was added by the record label, Decca.
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Red Barchetta- Rush Report Abuse
The song describes a future in which many classes of vehicles have been prohibited by "the Motor Law". The narrator's uncle has kept one of these illegal vehicles (the titular red barchetta sportscar) in pristine condition for some "fifty-odd years" and keeps it hidden at his secret country home (previously a farm before the enactment of the aforementioned Motor Law). Every Sunday, the narrator sneaks out to this location and goes for a drive in the countryside. During one such drive, he encounters a "gleaming alloy air car" that begins to chase him along the roads. A second such vehicle soon joins the pursuit, which continues until the narrator drives across a one-lane bridge that is too narrow for the air cars. The song ends with the narrator returning safely to his uncle's farm.
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Paint it Black (The Rolling Stones) Report Abuse
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Back In Black- AC/DC Report Abuse
is a song by AC/DC, appearing as the first track on side two of their 1980 album of the same name. Known for its opening guitar riff, the song was AC/DC's tribute to their former singer Bon Scott.
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Blackbird Report Abuse
This Beatles class was written in response to the race riots in the 1960s in the US.
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Baby Blue Report Abuse
This sweet song was written by George Strait in hone of his 13-year daughter, Jennifer, who was tragically killed in a car accident.
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Brown Sugar- The Rolling Stones Report Abuse
is a song by The Rolling Stones. It is the opening track and lead single from their 1971 album Sticky Fingers. Rolling Stone magazine ranked it #495 on their list of the 500 Greatest Songs of All Time and at #5 on their list of the 100 Greatest Guitar Songs of All Time
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Brown Eyed Girl- Van Morrison Report Abuse
is a song by Northern Irish singer-songwriter Van Morrison. Written and recorded in 1967 by Van Morrison and produced by Bang Records chief Bert Berns, it was first released in May 1967 on the album Blowin' Your Mind!. When released as a single, it rose to number eight on the Cashbox charts, and reached number ten on the Billboard Hot 100.[1] It featured the Sweet Inspirations singing back-up vocals and is widely considered to be Van Morrison's signature song.
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Fade To Black- Metallica Report Abuse
"Fade to Black" is the first power ballad by the American heavy metal band Metallica, released as the second promotional single from its second studio album, Ride the Lightning. The song was ranked as having the 24th best guitar solo ever by Guitar World readers.
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Yellow Submarine (The Beatles) Report Abuse
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Mr. Blue Sky Report Abuse
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It's Not Easy Being Green Report Abuse
This catchy little ballad was crooned by none other than Kermit the Frog.
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Goodbye, Yellow Brick Road Report Abuse
Classic by Elton John that references the famous yellow brick road from the Wizard of Oz and how people often have what they are searching for right under their noses.
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White Wedding (Billy Idol) Report Abuse
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Red (Sammy Hagar) Report Abuse
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Tie a Yellow Ribbon Round the Old Oak Tree (Tony Orland) Report Abuse
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Old Brown Shoe (Beatles) Report Abuse
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Orange Crush- R.E.M. Report Abuse
It was released as the first single from the band's sixth studio album, Green, in 1988. It was not commercially released in the US despite reaching number one as a promotional single on both the Mainstream and Modern Rock Tracks (where, at the time, it had the record for longest stay at number one with eight weeks, beating U2)
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Black Velvet Report Abuse
This haunting ballad by Alannah Myles is said to have been written about Elvis Presley, with lyrics in honor of him sprinkled throughout the song.
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Black Gold- Soul Asylum Report Abuse
a 1993 single performed by the Minneapolis rock band Soul Asylum. It, along with the band's more famous hit "Runaway Train", helped bring their album, Grave Dancers Union to a multi-platinum level.
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Purple Rain (Prince) Report Abuse
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Black Hole Sun- Soundgarden Report Abuse
"Black Hole Sun" was released in 1994 as the third single from the band's fourth studio album Superunknown (1994). It is arguably the band's most recognizable and most popular song, and remains a well known song from the 1990s. The song topped the Billboard Mainstream Rock Tracks chart, where it spent a total of seven weeks at number one.
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Pink (Aerosmith) Report Abuse
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Black- Pearl Jam Report Abuse
After Ten became a commercial success in 1992, Pearl Jam's record label Epic Records urged the group to release the song as a single. The band refused, citing the song's personal nature. Despite the lack of a commercial single release, the song managed to reach number three on the Billboard Mainstream Rock Tracks chart.
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Red Light (U2) Report Abuse
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Pretty in Pink (Psychedlic Furs) Report Abuse
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White Horse (Taylor Swift) Report Abuse
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Spin the Black Circle (Pearl Jam) Report Abuse
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Shades of Grey (Delilah) Report Abuse
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Red Sam (Flyleaf) Report Abuse
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Scarlet Letters- Mudvayne Report Abuse
the seventh track and third single released from the album, The New Game.
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The Red- Chevelle Report Abuse
is the breakthrough single from the Chicago-based hard rock band Chevelle. It is the fifth track and lead single from their major label debut, Wonder What's Next
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