Tuesday, June 23, 2009

Song Facts Online

What is your most favorite song of all time? Now, how much do you know about your most favorite song? Songfacts.com has a huge compilation of song meanings, lyrics and trivia. There is also a trivia game you can play to test your song facts knowledge.
Song Facts OnlineDid you know that as Freddie Mercury wrote the lyrics for Bohemian Rhapsody, there had been a lot of speculation as to their meaning?

In I Am The Walrus, John Lennon got the idea for the oblique lyrics when he received a letter from a student who explained that his English teacher was having the class analyze Beatles songs.

John Lennon was asking us to Imagine a place where things that divide people (religion, possessions, etc.) did not exist.

With Or Without You was U2's first #1 hit in the US. It was the first U2 single to do better in America than in England.

(They Long to Be) Close to You was the first of a string of hits for The Carpenters.

Dancing Queen was ABBA's only #1 hit in the US. They had 14 songs crack the Top-40 in The States.

Go to Songfacts.com to explore more song facts!


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