- n. Plural form of song.
“Zion's songs were _songs of deliverance_; hence the Jews could not sing them in captivity.”
“While there are no direct references to songs in connection with the pre-exilic Jewish temple, Amos (v. 23) found them in use at the sanctuary at Bethel; and from Psalm cxxxvii. 3, 4 it would appear that the exiles in Babylonia were acquainted with certain _songs of Zion_ or _songs of Jehovah_.”
“Of my top 1000 songs, \’male songs\’ outnumbered the female ones by 2 to 1.”
“Although I’m not too sure which songs are the SYF songs .”
“Leiber would write the lyrics to more than two-dozen songs for Presley alone, including the title songs for many of his films.”
“The rollercoaster of emotions and the fans singing their songs is all a big part of the enjoyment of watching for me ..”
“Their sweat and blood and toil have been the motives of his songs; but underlying all the motives of his songs is the motive of motives, the sum of them all and something more, which is one with what underlies all the Anglo-Saxon sweat and blood and toil; namely, the genius of the race.”
“No, the person who wrote the computer program that “mixes” his songs is a “genius” …”
“Some bands are so good that to attempt a cover version of one of their songs is a sign of fatal hubris.”
“What's often distinctive about their songs is the integration of samples, beautiful snatches of song from other cultures.”
These user-created lists contain the word ‘songs’.
by the Pogues, on the LP "Rum, Sodomy, and the Lash." Lyrics copyright 1985 P. Gaston (according to the Pogues website).
The canals and the bridges, the embankments and cuts,
Looking for tweets for songs.