This file includes Music, Choirs, Country Music, Disc Jockeys, Jukeboxes, Music Boxes, Oldies, Records, and Yodeling.
Also see Performing Arts, Musical Instruments, Music Song Titles, Dancing, Musician Birthdays, and Lyrics.
Music Page Toppers
- Can't You Just Hear the Music?
- Conductors Face the Music.
- Familiar Refrain
- For the Love of Music
- The Gift of Music
- The Gift of Song
- Good Vibrations
- High Fidelity
- High Notes
- Homemade Music
- I Love Music
- I've Got the Music in Me
- The Jazz Singer
- Just a Note
- Let There Be Music
- Lift Every Voice and Sing
- Make a Joyful Noise
- Make Your Own Kind of Music
- Mama Sang a Song
- Music From the Heart
- The Music Man
- Music Notes
- Music of the Heart
- Music Soothes the soul.
- Musicians Duet Better!
- Musicians Go From Bar to Bar
- Note This
- On a Different Note
- Perfect Harmony
- Practice Makes Perfect
- Remember the Music
- Rock Around the Clock
- Say it With Music
- Sing Along
- Sing Real Loud
- Sing, Sing a Song
- Singin' in the Rain
- Singin' Love's Tune
- Singin' to the Music
- Singing My Song
- The Song We Fell in Love to
- Songs We Sang as Children
- The Sound of Music
- Sounds of Music
- Striking the Right Note
- Support the Arts--
Kiss a Musician!
- There's Music in the Air
- They're Playin' Our Song
- Up Tempo
- Whistle While You Work
- After silence that which comes nearest to expressing the inexpressible is music. (Aldous Huxley)
- Alas for those that never sing, but die with all their music in them! (Oliver Wendell Holmes)
- All the good music has already been written by people with wigs and stuff. (Frank Zappa)
- Classical music is the kind we keep thinking will turn into a tune. (Kin Hubbard)
- Criticize the performance. Not the performer.
- The devil won't stay where there is music. (Martin Luther)
- Do I listen to pop music because I'm miserable or am I miserable because listen to pop music? (John Cusack)
- The earth has music for those who listen. (George Santayana)
- Either heaven or hell will have continuous background music. Which one you think it will be tells a lot about you.
- God gave us music that we might pray without words.
- Hug a musician...they never get to dance. (Dick Nirhoff)
- I don't know anything about music. In my line you don't have to. (Elvis Presley)
- I think music in itself is healing. It's an explosive expression of humanity. It's something we are all touched by. No matter what culture we're from, everyone loves music. (Billy Joel)
- I think my fans will follow me into our combined old age. Real musicians and real fans stay together for a long, long time. (Bonnie Raitt)
- If anyone asks you what kind of music you play, tell him 'pop.' Don't tell him 'rock'n'roll' or they won't even let you in the hotel. (Buddy Holly)
- If anyone has conducted a Beethoven performance, and then doesn't have to go to an osteopath, they did something wrong. (Simon Rattle)
- If music be the food of love...then play on. (Shakespeare)
- In music the passions enjoy themselves. (Friedrich Nietzsche)
- In music there is harmony...In harmony there is peace...
- An intellectual snob is someone who can listen to the William Tell Overture and not think of The Lone Ranger. Dan Rather)
- It is cruel, you know, that music should be so beautiful. It has the beauty of loneliness and of pain; of strength and freedom. The beauty of disappointment and never-satisfied love. The cruel beauty of nature, and everlasting beauty of monotony. (Benjamin Britten)
- It seems to me that those songs that have been any good, I have nothing much to do with the writing of them. The words have just crawled down my sleeve and come out on the page. (Joan Baez)
- I've always felt rock and roll was very, very wholesome music. (Aretha Franklin)
- Jazz came to America three hundred years ago in chains. (Paul Whiteman)
- Jazz will endure just as long people hear it through their feet instead of their brains. (John Philip Sousa)
- Knowing how to listen to music is as great a talent as knowing how to make it.
- Let your heart sing its' own happy song...
And soon the whole world will be singing.
- Music expresses that which can not be said and on which it is impossible to be silent. (Victor Hugo)
- Music has charms to soothe the savage beast.
- Music is an outburst of the soul. (Frederick Deluis)
- Music is enough for a lifetime, but a lifetime is not enough for music. (Sergei Rachmaninoff)
- Music is everybody's possession. It's only publishers who think that people own it. (John Lennon)
- Music is Love in search of a word. (Sidney Lanier)
- Music is the literature of the heart; it commences where speech ends. (Alphonse de Lamartine)
- Music is the mediator between the spiritual and the sensual life. (Joseph Addison)
- Music is the medicine of the breaking heart. (Leigh Hunt)
- Music is moonlight in the gloomy night of life. (Jean Paul Richter)
- Music is the art which is most nigh to tears and memory. (Oscar Wilde)
- Music is the only language in which you cannot say a mean or sarcastic thing. (Lord Erskine)
- Music is the only sensual pleasure without vice. (Samuel Johnson)
- Music is the pleasure the human mind experiences from counting without being aware that it is counting. (Gottfried Leibniz)
- Music is the shorthand of emotion.(Leo Tolstoy)
- Music is the voice of the angels.
- Music is well said to be the speech of angels. (Thomas Carlyle)
- Music is what feelings sound like.
- Music is what my feelings sound like.
- Music melts all the separate parts of our bodies together. (Anais Nin)
- Music should strike fire from the heart of man, and bring tears from the eyes of woman. (Ludwig Van Beethoven)
- Music speaks what cannot be expressed, soothes the mind and gives it rest.
- Music, the greatest good that mortals know, and all of heaven we have below. (Joseph Addison)
- Music touches feelings that words can not.
It is the melody of the heart.
The voice of the spirit.
- Music was my refuge. I could crawl into the space between the notes and curl my back to loneliness. (Maya Angelou)
- Music washes away from the soul the dust of everyday life. (Red Auerbach)
- No opera plot can be sensible, for in sensible situations people do not sing. (W.H. Auden)
- One man's noise is another man's music.
- Opera is where a guy gets stabbed in the back, and instead of dying, he sings. (Richard Benchley)
- A painter paints pictures on canvas. But musicians paint their pictures on silence. (Leopold Stokowski)
- Rap is to music what Etch-a-Sketch is to art.
- The simplest form of math is music.
- There are two kinds of music--good music and bad music. Good music is music that I want to hear. Bad music is music that I don't want to hear. (Fran Lebowitz)
- There are two means of refuge from the miseries of life: music and cats. (Albert Schweitzer)
- There is always music amongst the trees in the garden, but our hearts must be very quiet to hear it. (M. Aumonier)
- There is nothing better than music as a means for uplifting the soul. (Hazrat Inayat Khan)
- Those who wish to sing always find a song. (Swedish proverb)
- The trouble with life is there's no background music.
- When people say "Stop living in the past", my thought is "But the music was so much better then".
- When they called 'em rock'n'roll pioneers, they were talking about the music. But that pretty much described the living conditions, too. (Waylon Jennings)
- When words leave off, music begins. (Heinrich Heine)
- Where words fail, music speaks. (Hans Christian Andersen)
- Without music, life is a journey through a desert. (Pat Conroy)
- Without music, life would be a mistake. (Friedrich Nietzsche)
- Words make you think a thought. Music makes you feel a feeling. A song makes you feel a thought. (Edgar Yipsel Harburg)
- Writing about music is like dancing about architecture. (T. Monk)
- You are the music while the music lasts. (T. S. Eliot)
- You don't get harmony when everybody sings the same note. (Doug Floyd)
Quotes about Music Teachers
- Being a Music Teacher is a noteworthy profession!
- Music teachers are an octave above the rest!
- Music teachers are really #sharp!
- Music teachers are very composed.
- Music teachers are very #sharp.
- Music teachers give sound advice.
- Music teachers play the right note.
- You helped me open the music of my heart.
Music Page Ideas
- I used the design line sticker of piano keys, black film frames for two pics, and mounted a few others on black paper. I also used black music notes, and titled the page with black ABC stickers . . . connected the words with the pink ballet slipper stickers. This is my favorite page - it is really classy. It sounds busy but it isn't.
- Cut photos in fairly small oval shapes. Mat with slightly larger ovals cut from black paper. These will form the round part of music notes. After you put them on the page you draw in the rest of the notes with a black pen. For larger photos you can cut strips of black paper instead of using a pen.
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- But then I quite enjoy when something goes wrong, because when I watch DJs that take it very seriously, it's nice when you make a mistake and laugh about it. (Peter Hook)
- DJs and people in the street know what they like. (Roy Ayers)
- I am amazed at radio DJ's today. I am firmly convinced that AM on my radio stands for Absolute Moron. I will not begin to tell you what FM stands for. (Jasper Carrott)
- It used to be that if you had a pretty good record, you could stop by a station in Little Rock or Atlanta and let the DJ listen to it. No way something like that can happen now. (Charley Pride)
- Someone pays me a hundred bucks every Tuesday to DJ. I don't think I'll ever give that up. (Shannyn Sossamon)
Songs about DJs
- B.J. the DJ - Stonewall Jackson (1964)
- Cool Disc Jockey - Boyd Bennett and His Rockets (1959)
- Disc Jockey - Elaine May (1959)
- DJ Cried, The - Ernie Ashworth (1965)
- DJ for a Day - Jimmy Newman (1963)
- Hey, Mister DJ - Bobby Moore and the Rhythm Aces (1965)
- Please, Mister Disc Jockey - The Sensations (1956)
- Way of the DJ, The - Ray Hildebrand (1965)
- I love oldies just kind of sweet, slinky, Fifties music. The slow stuff. And Billie Holiday. (Nastassja Kinski)
- With us, anything that hits our ears and our hearts and sounds good is an influence, new or old. Music we gather true meaning from is that old school. It's an oldies-rule-forever kind of deal with us Lonely Boys. (Henry Garza)
- You hear 'old' music all the time on commercials. You see how the Rolling Stones or Paul McCartney do on tour. Yet radio says there's no market for 'oldies.' Something doesn't compute. (Bobby Jay)
from Memories of Those Oldies But Goodies
(Little Caesar and the Romans)
Those oldies but goodies reminds me of you
The songs of the past bring back memories of you.
I always remember the first night we met
The songs they were playing I never will forget.
I always will treasure them so close to my heart
They always will haunt me although we're apart.
Each time that I hear them a tear's bound to fall
For I love those memories that I, I recall.
Songs about Oldies
- Memories of Those Oldies But Goodies - The Romans (1961)
- Oldies But Goodies - The Fu Fops (2006)
- Oldies Memories - DJ Jazz (2007)
- Those Golden Oldies - Marcy Jo and Eddie Rambeau (1963)
- Those Oldies But Goodies Are Dedicated to You - Knight (1961)
- Those Oldies But Goodies Remind Me of You - Kenny Vance (1983)
- 20 Nov 1877 - The first sound recording, made of wax cylinders, was demonstrated by Thomas Edison.
- 19 Feb 1878 - Thomas Alva Edison patented a music player that he called a 'speaking machine'. Eventually, it evolved into the modern phonograph.
- 1901 - The first ten-inch 78-RPM record was sold.
- 17 Sept 1931 - RCA introduced a long-playing record, however the material they were made from proved not to be durable so production was stopped in 1933.
- June 1948 - The first vinyl 33 1/3 rpm LP (long playing) record was introduced by Columbia records. It had 25 minutes of music per side compared to four minutes per side on the old 78 rpm records.
- 31 March 1949 - The Radio Corporation of America (aka RCA Victor) introduced a new 7-inch, 45 rpm phonograph record. The 45 immediately became popular. RCA also manufactured a record player that played only 45s.
- 31 March 1949 - The first 45 issued was Eddy Arnold's "Texarkana Baby" with "Bouquet of Roses" on the flip. As with most of early 45 releases, both songs had already been hits in the 78 format.
- 4 Jan 1950 - RCA Victor announced they would manufacture long-playing (LP) record albums.
- 1958 - The first stereo record was released.
- 1983 - The CD was introduced. A CD can hold seventy minutes of music, about as much as fifteen 45's.
Songs about Records
- 45 R.P.M. - The Alarm (2004)
- Broken Record, The - Seven (2008)
- Don't Leave Your Records in the Sun - John Hartford (1976)
- Flip Side - Ides of March (1972)
- Get Out Those Old Records - Georgia Gibbs (1950)
- Gold Records in the Snow - Benny Barnes (1959)
- I Wore Out Our Record - Dodie Stevens (1963)
- If You Were a Rock and Roll Record - Freddy Cannon (1962)
- Just Lookin' for a Hit - Dwight Yoakam (1989)
- Last Band on Side One - Big Brother and the Holding Co. (1971)
- Old 45's - Dallas Wayne (2000)
- Old Broken Record - Chris Wall (1994)
- Old Records - Maggie Singleton (1963)
- Phonograph Record - Betty Cody (1953)
- Phonographic Memory - Curtis Wright (1992)
- Record Company Blues - Gloria Lynne (1963)
- Record Goes 'Round, The - Floyd Tillman (1961)
- Recorded in England - Hot Rod Bernard (1965)
- Rollin' by the Record Machine - The Rockets (1982)
- Stack-a-Records - Tom Tall and His Tom Kats (1958)
- That'll Never Sell Records - Don Bowman (1964)
- Top Forty - Sha Na Na (1971)
- Top Forty, News, Weather and Sports - Mark Dinning (1961)
- While the Record Goes Around - The Playmates (1958)
- Choir directors face the music.
- Choir directors help you a-choir a better voice.
- The first time I sang in the church choir; two hundred people changed their religion. (Fred Allen)
- I have the background singers of Ray Charles, the background singers of Smokey Robinson, and the background singers of Barry White and I built a choir around that. (Della Reese)
- I think the Mormon Tabernacle Choir is as great as it is because it's become it's a labor of love. They love what they do. (Charles Osgood)
- It is my belief that everything you need to know about the world can be learned in a church choir. (Connie Willis)
Songs about Choirs
- Angel in the Choir - Bob Nolan (1952)
- Choir, The - John Scott Evans (2008)
- Choir Boy - Matt Whitney (2007)
- Choir Girls - George Lewis, Jr. (2007)
- Choir of Angels - Steve Mandera (2007)
- Choir Practice - Aaron Lawrence (2007)
- Choir Rehearsal - Hugo Friedhofer (2008)
On Nov 23, 1889 a 'nickel-in-the-slot-machine' was demonstrated in a restaurant in San Francisco. Several years later, and after many improvements, it was renamed 'jukebox'.
Songs about Jukeboxes
- 23A - Bruce Robison (2007)
- A-1 on the Jukebox - BR5-49 (2006)
- A-11 - Johnny Paycheck (1965)
- Anywhere There's a Jukebox - Razzy Bailey (1981)
- Bouncin' Beer Cans Off the Jukebox - Dallas Wayne (2001)
- Brother Jukebox - Don Everly (1977)
- Bubba Shot the Jukebox - Mark Chesnutt (1992)
- Don't Forget to Feed the Jukebox While I'm Gone - Ricochet (1997)
- Don't Play That Song on the Jukebox Tonight - Stoney and Wilma Lee Cooper (1953)
- Don't Rock the Jukebox - Alan Jackson (1991)
- Drop Another Nickel in the Jukebox - Timmie Rogers (1945)
- Drop Some Silver in the Jukebox - Dick Curless (1970)
- Even the Jukebox Can't Forget - Perfect Stranger (1995)
- Ghost in the Jukebox - David Lee Murphy (2004)
- God's Own Jukebox - Chris Wall (1998)
- Gonna Buy Me a Juke Box - The Willis Brothers (1964)
- Goodbye Jukebox - Bobby Lord (1971)
- Hello, I'm a Jukebox - George Kent (1970)
- Hey Mister, That's Me on the Jukebox - Linda Ronstadt (1975)
- I Heard That Jukebox Playing - Faron Young (1952)
- I Heard the Jukebox Playing - Kitty Wells (1959)
- I'll Be Your Jukebox Tonight - Barbara Mandrell (1988)
- If Hell Had a Jukebox - Travis Tritt (1991)
- If I Didn't Have a Dime to Play the Jukebox - Gene Pitney (1962)
- If That Old Jukebox Could Talk - Jody Reynolds (1999)
- If the Jukebox Took Teardrops - Danni Leigh (1998)
- Is There a Country Song on the Jukebox? - Eddie Rabbitt (1977)
- Johnny and the Jukebox - Pearly Gates (1974)
- Jones on the Jukebox - Becky Hobbs (1988)
- Juke Box Annie - Kitty Kallen (1950)
- Juke Box Boogie - Jimmie Dolan (1951)
- Juke Box Dream - The Kirby Stone Four (1957)
- Juke Box Johnnie - Lattie Moore (1957)
- Juke Box Junkie - Ken Mellons (1994)
- Juke Box Mama - Link Wray and the Raymen (1971)
- Juke Box Memories - Gene Summers (1962)
- Juke Box Music - The Kinks (1977)
- Juke Box Polka - The DeJohn Sisters (1954)
- Juke Box Saturday Night - Nino and the Ebb Tides (1961)
- Juke Box Shuffle - Lowell Fulson (1953)
- Jukebox - Jack Reno (1974)
- Jukebox Argument - Mickey Gilley (1980)
- Jukebox Baby - Perry Como (1956)
- Jukebox Blues - June Carter-Cash (1953)
- Jukebox Cannonball - Jesse Rogers (1957)
- Jukebox Charlie - Johnny Paycheck (1967)
- Jukebox Fever - Jerry Merritt and the Crowns (1958)
- Jukebox Has A-45, The - Clinton Gregory (1992)
- Jukebox, Help Me Find My Baby - Rhythm Rockers (1956)
- Jukebox Hero - Foreigner (1982)
- Jukebox in My Mind - Alabama (1990)
- Jukebox Judy - Bob Crosby and the Bob Cats (1941)
- Jukebox Junkie - Jerry Lee Lewis (1971)
- Jukebox Man - Dick Curless (1971)
- Jukebox Never Plays 'Home Sweet Home', The - Joe Stampley (1981)
- Jukebox Played Along, The - Gene Watson (1989)
- Jukebox Saturday Night - The Flying Burrito Brothers (1994)
- Jukebox with a Country Song - Doug Stone (1992)
- Jump Right Out of This Jukebox - Onie Wheeler (1959)
- Let the Jukebox Keep on Playing - Carl Perkins (1955)
- Love by the Jukebox Light - Bonnie Guitar (1966)
- Lyin' Jukebox - Hank Williams, Jr. and Lois Johnson (1992)
- Mister Jukebox - Tommy Hill (1956)
- My Friend, the Jukebox - Mel Street (1977)
- Numbers on the Jukebox - Mark Chesnutt (2004)
- Play No. 10 on the Juke Box - Margie Rayburn (1966)
- Play Number 49 - The Hal McIntyre Orchestra (1944)
- Play Number Eleven - Jim Lowe (1958)
- Please Mister, Please, Don't Play B-17 - Olivia Newton-John (1975)
- Prayer and a Jukebox, A - Little Anthony and the Imperials (1959)
- Prop Me up Beside the Jukebox When I Die - Joe Diffie (1993)
- Put a Nickel in the Jukebox - Hawkshaw Hawkins (1960)
- Put a Quarter in the Jukebox - Buck Owens (1989)
- Put Another Nickel in (Music Music Music) - The Ames Brothers (1950)
- Put in a Quarter - David Heavener (1995)
- Sitting By the Jukebox, Playin' Number Ten - Al Dexter (1964)
- Somebody Put a Jukebox in the Study Hall - Shirley and Lee (1963)
- Tell it to the Jukebox - Dallas Wayne (2005)
- That Old Juke Box - Howard Crockett (1961)
- That's What Makes the Jukebox Play - Moe Bandy (1978)
- There Ain't No Country Music on This Jukebox - Scruggs and Hall (1982)
- There's a Song on the Jukebox - David Wills (1975)
- Three Six-Packs, Two Arms and a Juke Box - Johnny Seay (1968)
- Two Dollars in the Jukebox, Five in a Bottle - Eddie Rabbitt (1977)
- Unplug the Jukebox - Billy Walker (1995)
For a much longer list see the Jukebox Related Songs.
Songs about Music Boxes
- 18th Century Music Box - Johnny Desmond (1957)
- John's Music Box - The Mamas and the Papas (1967)
- Little Music Box - Skeeter Davis (1962)
- Magic Music Box, The - David Rose and His Orchestra (1955)
- Magical Musical Box - Del Shannon (1968)
- Music Box - Crystal Bernard (1999)
- Music Box Dancer - Frank Mills (1979)
- Music Box in Blue - Hugo Winterhalter Orchestra (1953)
- Music Box Tango - Leo Diamond (1956)
- My Tiny Music Box - Melba Montgomery (1966)
- Theme From a Music Box - The Guess Who (1965)
- Country music is still your grandpa's music, but it's also your daughter's music. It's getting bigger and better all the time and I'm glad to be a part of it. (Shania Twain)
- Country music is three chords and the truth. (Harlan Howard)
- Do it again on the next verse, and people think you meant it. (Chet Atkins)
- The Grand Ole Opry, to a country singer, is what Yankee Stadium is to a baseball player. Broadway to an actor. It's the top of the ladder, the top of the mountain. You don't just play the Opry; you live it. (Bill Anderson)
- I don't like country music, but I don't mean to denigrate those who do. And for the people who like country music, denigrate means 'put down'. (Bob Newhart)
- I've always felt that blues, rock 'n' roll and country are just about a beat apart. (Waylon Jennings)
- If a song can't be written in twenty minutes, it ain't worth writing. (Hank Williams)
- If you talk bad about country music, it's like saying bad things about my momma. Them's fightin' words. (Dolly Parton)
- I've always felt that blues, rock 'n' roll and country are just about a beat apart. (Waylon Jennings)
- Playing the Opry is one of the few performances in this world that will make my knees shake a little bit. (Travis Tritt, 1996)
- What do you get when you play country music backwards? You get your girl back, your dog back, your pick-up back, and you stop drinking. (Louis Saaberdra)
- The world has lost a legend, and I have lost a friend. Johnny Cash was the rare soul who could be both. (Emmylou Harris)
Long-Term Effects of Listening to Country Music
- Gun rack mysteriously appears in the back of your car.
- You name your kids Garth, Reba, Conway and Merle.
- You form a deeply-rooted mistrust of relationships, fashion trends, and foreign automobiles.
- Big hats, big buckles, and big bills to the Home Shopping Network.
- Diet of chicken-fried steak and Budweiser gives skin an unearthly glow.
- At each of life's major crossroads, you ask yourself, "What would Willie Nelson do?"
- You become unable to discriminate between one too many and Whoooodoggie!
- You take to speaking in cornball analogies like achin' takes to a cheatin' heart.
- Yet another worn-out 8-track player.
- You begin to worship Jeff Foxworthy the way the French worship Jerry Lewis.
- Strong urge to visit a barber and ask for "The Lovett."
Songs about County Music
- Beer Drinkin' Music - Ray Sanders (1969)
- Bright Lights and Country Music - Johnny Wright (1965)
- Country Music Hall of Pain - Rattlesnake Annie (1986)
- Country Music in My Soul - George Hamilton IV (1972)
- Country Music is Here to Stay - Simon Crum (1958)
- Country Music Lover - Little Jimmie Dickens (1967)
- Country Music Time - Lonzo and Oscar (1961)
- Dim Lights, Thick Smoke and Loud, Loud Music - Irvin and Ryan (1965)
- Here's to Country Music - Pure Texas Band (1999)
- Hill Country Music - Skip Wiley (1961)
- I Like Good Music - The Marshall Tucker Band (1997)
- I Love Country Music - Jack Barlow (1965)
- If it Weren't for Country Music I'd Go Crazy - Clinton Gregory (1991)
- Jeans and Country Music - Truck Stop (1988)
- Lonestar Beer and Bob Wills Music - Red Steagall (1976)
- Mama Rocked Me to Sleep With Country Music - The Four Guys (1979)
- Mountain Music - Alabama (1981)
- Murder on Music Row - George Strait and Alan Jackson (2000)
- Music for My Soul - William Lee Golden (1986)
- Music Makin' Mama from Memphis - Hank Snow (1952)
- Music to Cry By - Johnnie Wright (1967)
- Musical Chairs - Tompall Glaser (1974)
- Our Roots are Country Music - Flying Burrito Brothers (1982)
- Rocky Mountain Music - Eddie Rabbitt (1976)
- Settin' My Tears to Music - Archie Campbell (1961)
- Singing Country Music - Bobby Wright (1965)
- Sweet Country Music - Ruby Falls (1975)
- There Ain't No Country Music on This Jukebox - Scruggs and Hall (1982)
- There Won't Be No Country Music, There Won't Be No Rock 'n' Roll - C.W. McCall (1976)
- True-Life Country Music - Razzy Bailey (1980)
- I Love to Yodel - Carolina Cotton (1946)
- I've Lost the End of My Yodel - Charlie Drake (1963)
- Lullaby Yodel - Lefty Frizzell (1951)
- Mockingbird Yodel - Taylor Ware (2007)
- She Taught Me How to Yodel - Frank Ifield (1962)
- Silver Bell Yodel - Wilf Carter (1956)
- Yodel, Sweet Molly - Ira Louvin (1965)
- Yodelin' Song - Montana Slim (1956)
- Yodeling My Blues Away - Wylie and the Wild West Show (2000)