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What are some songs that relate to the World War 2 I have a project to do and I have to pick 10 songs relating to world war II.?
Answer There were many songs that were popular during WW2. These were songs that the Soldiers and the teenagers liked to dance to or sing. I'm not sure if this is what …you mean by the question. Glenn Miller and his band wrote and played a lot of songs that were made popular during the "big band era". They were so popular that you will see many WW2 bombers with nose art with the song titles as names of their airplanes. Here are some of his songs; an # indicates names used for bombers. Chatanooga Choo-Choo # Sunrise Serenade Little Brown Jug String of Pearls # Danny Boy # In the Mood # Stormy Weather Jersey Bounce Bugle Call Rag Seven O Five #(?) Jeep Jockey Jump Songs About the War Don't know of any songs that tell about the war. During WW1, a popular song was "Over There" that had a line that said "the Yanks are coming". It was also sung during WW2. Another song related to the war and training was "Boogey-woogey Bugle Boy of Company C". 'Remember Pearl Harbour'. 'Praise the Lord and Pass the Ammunition'. 'Lili Marlene'. 'Kiss me Goodnight Sergeant Major'. 'We'll Meet Again' 'There'll Always Be an England'. 'Stars and Stripes on Iwo Jima'. 'Halls of Montezuma (Marine's Hymn)'. 'There's a Star Spangled Banner Waving Somewhere'. 'Bless 'Em All'. 'G.I. Jive'. 'Cowards Over pearl Harbour' 'Filipino Baby' 'Sink the Bismark' (not released until after WWII). 'Horst Wessel'.
Many songs written by Unwoman, such as In Gilead.
Liar (It Takes One to Know One) by Taking Back Sunday references "choir boys" and "the island", it isn't exactly related but it references the novel
Anything that YOU think relates to The Outsiders...and also not afraid by eminem and no love by eminem.
these are both country, so if you're anti-country I'm sorry *the other little soldier" by josh gracin *the eighth of November" by big and rich try: * "This Cruel Thing…" by Widespread Panic. A version of it was played during the American Civil War u should look up not my fathers son by ryan bayne it was from the documentary Driven: jens pulver story
Mad world - gary jules Say - john mayer
Although the book is represented by fire, it's theme is government corruption, censorship, and ignorance. Some songs I chose were: 1. Architects: These Colours Don't Run (Meta…l) 2. Fear Before The March Of Flames: High As a Horse (Post-Hardcore) 3. Sage Francis: Slow Down Gandhi (Hip-Hop) 4.P.O.S.: Savion Glover (Hip-Hop) 5. Alexisonfire: Sons of Privilege (Rock/Hardcore) *Wait for the chorus, it gets better 6. P.M. Today: Thoughts in Transit (Progressive Hardcore) 7. P.M Today: People Are Machines (Progressive Hardcore) 8. REM: Ignoreland (Rock)
Michael Jackson-Beat it Linkin Park-What I've Done Simple Plan-Perfect Simple Plan-Me Against the World Jimmy Eat World-The Middle DHT-Listen to Your Heart Hope th…is helps! ~Haliegh i have an addition pumped up kickes!! its perfect trust me
Safe & sound by Taylor swift
Love Story - Taylor Swift
"The Bugs Bunny Overture (This Is It!)"
Aqualung-Jethro Tull Even Flow -Pearl Jam Mr. Wendel-Arrested Development Another Day In Paradise-Phil Collins
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there are not many song by mainstream artist that are titled for lacrosse. But in the song Miss Me by Drake feat. Lil' Wayne, Lil' Wayne references to lacrosse with the line "…...bout to scoop your girl off like a groundball..."
The Dangling Conversation by Simon and Garfunkel
"Yes Please" - Muse"Heads Will Roll" - Yeah Yeah Yeahs"Midnight and I" - White Rabbits"Now We Can See" - The Thermals"Falling In" - Ha Ha Tonka"Rocking Horse" - The Dead Weath…er"New Noise" - Refused"What If We Could" - Blue October"The Royal We" - Silversun Pickups"Count Me Out" - Meese"Blindness" - Metric"Set the Sails" - Dan Mangan Courtesy of Stepheniemeyer.com, the Official Website of Stephenie Meyer.
Free Fallin' by Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers; because of his laws on gravity. Also, You Spin Me Round (Like a Record) by Dead Or Alive; because he found that the planet…s revolve the sun in an elipse, not a circle.