A new song title game

I’d like to see if we can get a music title and artist game thread going like the original movie game thread.

Here are the rules:
Someone plays a song or album title and lists the group or artist that performs the song.
The next then plays either a song or artist off a word mentioned in the previous post. For instance, I play Summertime by George Gershwin. The next player then responds with *Time Has Come Today * - The Chambers Brothers. The next player can play off a word in the title like Time In A bottle- Jim Croce or play off the group’s name i.e. The Allman Brothers-Eat A Peach. Covers are legitimate plays but a cover of the same song can’t be played off the other version of that same song. Any form of recorded music is a legitimate play. It isn’t legal to play off articles. A play off an artist’s first name is legitimate.

I’ll start with Joni Mitchell-Ladies of The Canyon.

Guy Mitchell, “Singing the Blues”

Blues Magoos - “We Ain’t Got Nothing Yet”

Eddie Cochran, Summertime Blues

The Boys of Summer, Don Henley

The Boys are Back in Town – Thin Lizzy.

Gene Pitney, “Town Without Pity”

Eddie Money, Take Me Home Tonight

Ack, ignore me please. My post sat there not posting for many minutes.

Pseudo Echo - Funky Town

“Love Me Tonight”–Tom Jones

Oops, too slow! “Love Me Tonight” is still in play.“Downtown”–Petula Clark

“Down in the Boondocks,” Billy Joe Royal

“The Down Town”, Days of the New (I think that’s legal…)

“Don’t Go into That Barn”, Tom Waits (just to close it off)

“Wasted Days and Wasted Nights”–Freddy Fender

UltraFilter and want2know, ColonelDax beat you by a few seconds

and off of his entry I reply

Downeaster Alexa by Billy Joel
(a double play!)

But wouldn’t “The Down Town” still be a legal play from “Down in the Boondocks”? If so, then both our plays are legal.

I’ll do the Solomonic thing and make a play that works as a reply for both “The Down Town” and “The Downeaster ‘Alexa.’”

“Over Under Sideways Down,” the Yardbirds

“Undercover” - Cat Power

Yeek, I create havoc. Next time, I bring pie.

Cat Stevens, Peace Train

James Brown, “Night Train”