song

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  • Info In music, a song is a composition for voice performed by singing or alongside musical instruments. more...
  • Many of their more well-known songs were either re-worked or extended.
  • It was within this period that he introduced four of his best-known songs.
  • But she wrote several of her well-known songs during those years.
  • It is often used in songs as another name for the country.
  • She promoted the album on morning news shows and performed some songs live.
  • He was also featured in a number of songs on the album.
  • An album of the same name was released following the song's success.
  • The song is now one of the group's most well known songs.
  • It became one of the band's most popular and well-known songs.
  • He put words to the band's five songs and wrote several more.
  • The song is still considered to have been well ahead of its time.
  • The film took its name from the well-known song and dance.
  • Care must be taken to prevent two songs from starting at the same time.
  • The title track became a big hit and is one of their best known songs.
  • Just about a month and a half ago we had no songs.
  • He has also co-written songs, some with the other band members.
  • Mark has also co-written songs, some with the other band members.
  • Country radio format refused to play the song because of its long run time.
  • This will include new songs along with old songs re-recorded with the current line-up.
  • Their songs can make or break a film and usually do.
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Meaning of song

  • noun A short musical composition with words
    a successful musical must have at least three good songs
  • noun A distinctive or characteristic sound
    the song of bullets was in the air, the song of the wind, the wheels sang their song as the train rocketed ahead
  • noun The act of singing
    with a shout and a song they marched up to the gates
  • noun A very small sum
    he bought it for a song