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Lorde - Dope Ghost
Lorde - Dope Ghost


Lorde - Dope Ghost Lyrics and Youtube Music Videos

Album: Not Released On an Album
Released: 2010

Dope Ghost Lyrics


Dope Ghost
  • The first song that New Zealand singer-songwriter Lorde, a.k.a. Ella Yelich-O'Connor, ever wrote was inspired by Larry Clark's 1995 dark coming-of-age movie Kids. "I've always written. I wrote short stories until I was about 13 and then messed around with songwriting until I got a bit better," Yelich-O'Connor, told MTV News "[My first song] was called 'Dope Ghost.' I had just watched that Larry Clark movie Kids and I thought it was rad. I think it was poking fun at this girl in my year who was kind of going off the rails."

  • Brendon Urie - Chicken Taquito
    Brendon Urie - Chicken Taquito


    Brendon Urie - Chicken Taquito Lyrics and Youtube Music Videos

    Album: Not Released On An Album
    Released: 1997

    Chicken Taquito Lyrics


    Chicken Taquito
  • This was the first song that Panic! At The Disco frontman Brendon Urie ever wrote. He recalled to American Songwriter magazine: "I was 10 years old and I was really into System of a Down. And I wrote this song that sounded like System of a Down, but it was called 'Chicken Taquito.' No joke. I called it that. And literally, the words were just like, how much I love eating chicken taquitos. In a round about way. There was singing about mushrooms and green peppers and stuff too."

  • The Killers - The Slot Tech
    The Killers - The Slot Tech


    The Killers - The Slot Tech Lyrics and Youtube Music Videos

    Album: Not Released on An Album
    Released: 2012

    The Slot Tech Lyrics


    The Slot Tech
  • This song was mentioned in interviews from mid 2011 through to mid 2012 in the lead-up to the release of Battle Born. Despite being referred to a number of times, it was omitted from the final tracklisting. The seven-and-a-half minute epic concerns the men who service the thousands of slot machines and one-armed bandits in Brandon Flowers' Las Vegas hometown. He told Q magazine: "My wife has family who are slot techs. We all know people employed in the casinos and I have worked there myself. It's a great way to tell stories about ordinary folk in extraordinary circumstances."

  • Gabrielle - Teenage Love
    Gabrielle - Teenage Love


    Gabrielle - Teenage Love Lyrics and Youtube Music Videos

    Album: Not Released On An Album
    Released: 1981

    Teenage Love Lyrics


    Teenage Love
  • This was the first ever song penned by Gabrielle. She told The Independent in November 2013 about the first time she performed the tune: "I started singing in the school canteen I was 11 and I'd written my first song, called 'Teenage Love,' so I got up on the canteen table and started singing it," she recalled. "I remember being amazed that the dinner-monitoring ladies didn't kick me off. Everyone stopped and listened. I thought, this is so cool. My voice wasn't huge back then, it was just different."

  • Jake Bugg - Pretty Lady
    Jake Bugg - Pretty Lady


    Jake Bugg - Pretty Lady Lyrics and Youtube Music Videos

    Album: Not Released On An Album
    Released: 2013

    Pretty Lady Lyrics


    Pretty Lady
  • This tune starts: "I see your picture in magazines every day. You're beautiful but I must look away." Bugg told Q magazine that the subject of the song is supermodel Cara Delevigne. Bugg had a short relationship with her, and after their breakup, tabloid gossip was that the singer was devastated. He explained: "People were making stories about it so I made mine from it."
  • The song was dropped from the final tracklisting of Shangri-La and replaced by "Kitchen Table." "Not because of the subject," said Bugg, "but when the final mixes came back it was one of them that didn't seem as strong."

  • Talking Heads - Theme
    Talking Heads - Theme


    Talking Heads - Theme Lyrics and Youtube Music Videos

    Album: Not Released on an Album
    Released: 1976

    Theme Lyrics


    Theme
  • This instrumental is a previously unreleased Talking Heads song that was placed online in December 2013. The track was recorded at CBGB's in New York on July 30, 1976 and revealed at the Talking-Heads.nl, a Dutch information website for the band. Webmaster Francey explained, "The instrumental song is introduced by David Byrne as 'Theme' and never developed into a complete song. Talking Heads played two sets at legendary venue CBGB's that night, opening both times for Television. The recording is of the first Talking Heads set of that night. It's unknown whether it was played during the second set as well. David Byrne introduces the track as 'We call it "Theme," but then we just keep it to ourselves.'"

  • Alicia Keys - Power
    Alicia Keys - Power


    Alicia Keys - Power Lyrics and Youtube Music Videos

    Album: Not Released On An Album
    Released: 2014

    Power Lyrics


    Power
  • Alicia Keys shared this uplifting song on her website, The Vault in January 2014 to coincide with Martin Luther King Day. The previously unheard tune celebrates strong and courageous men and women and dates back to the singer's 2007 As I Am era. "This is one of my favorite unreleased songs," Keys said. "I was looking for my power. This song says it all. All of these pics inspire me! They represent the power of being yourself and finding yourself! Shine on!"

  • Agnetha Fältskog - Två Små Troll
    Agnetha Fältskog - Två Små Troll


    Agnetha Fältskog - Två Små Troll Lyrics and Youtube Music Videos

    Album: Not Released On An Album
    Released: 1956

    Två Små Troll Lyrics


    Två Små Troll
  • Music-loving Agnetha was raised in a working-class family that had no piano. However, a neighbor did. "One of the first things I did was write a song," said Agnetha. "Using one finger, I wrote Två Små Troll (Two Little Trolls). I was five years old." (Source ABBA The Official Photo Book )
  • Agnetha's father ran local amateur revues so she learned to get up on a stage early in life. The youngster sung in the revues some of the songs that she'd written herself, including this tune.

  • Alicia Keys - Zebras and Airplanes
    Alicia Keys - Zebras and Airplanes


    Alicia Keys - Zebras and Airplanes Lyrics and Youtube Music Videos

    Album: Not Released On An Album
    Released: 2014

    Zebras and Airplanes Lyrics


    Zebras and Airplanes
  • Alicia Keys shared this dreamlike song on her website, The Vault . She wrote the tune in the late 2000s but it had remained unreleased until she dropped it through her online treasure vault in February 2014.
  • Keys explained that the song was inspired by art. "I wrote it five years ago when I was in the studio recording The Element Of Freedom," she said. "I had never been overcome to write a song after seeing a painting before, but this one sent me to another place. I felt it!"

  • Pete Townshend - It Must Be Don
    Pete Townshend - It Must Be Done


    Pete Townshend - It Must Be Done Lyrics and Youtube Music Videos

    Album: Not Released on an Album
    Released: 2014

    It Must Be Done Lyrics


    It Must Be Done
  • Townshend wrote this song for the TV drama series The Americans with the show's composer Nathan Barr. The pair spent a couple of months exchanging musical ideas before the tune emerged. Townshend told Billboard magazine about their collaboration. "What I was struck by was that Nate composes on the cello, an instrument my partner and orchestrator Rachel (Fuller) uses, so I have listened to a lot of cello music and I have really fallen in love with it," he said.

    "We exchanged ideas (between England and Los Angeles) and I was immediately struck by this very evocative piece he had written, very plaintive. I added some guitar, then came up with some lyrics."
  • Townshend and Barr wrote the song for a scene involving a car being shadowed, but after the episode was edited it was felt it did not fit the scene so was switched to a different one. Asked by Billboard what elements of the show did he want to incorporate into the song, Townshed replied: "I wanted to keep it very simple. Here's this couple whose whole life is about duty, duty without honor, duty without explanation. There are no accolades. They're not living a lie but doing things they find hard to do. Everybody has a part of their life that's difficult to explain. For me it's why the f--k am I in the Who?"
  • This was the first time Townshend had written a song specially for television. However, his tunes have been used on the medium before, most notably as the themes for CSI ("Who Are You?"), CSI: NY ("Baba O'Riley") and CSI: Miami ("Won't Get Fooled Again").

  • Future - Rock Sta
    Future - Rock Star


    Future - Rock Star Youtube Music Videos and Lyrics

    Album: Not Released on An Album
    Released: 2014

    Rock Star Lyrics


    Rock Star
  • This DJ Clue-produced track finds Future detailing his rise to fame, whilst Nicki Minaj jumps in to spit some swaggering bars about her skills and success.
  • The song didn't make Future's Honest album due to clearance issues over its interpolation of the classic melody from George Michael's 1984 hit "Careless Whisper," but later made its way onto the internet.

  • Angaleena Presley - Fairy Tale Lan
    Angaleena Presley - Fairy Tale Land


    Angaleena Presley - Fairy Tale Land Youtube Music Videos and Lyrics

    Album: Not Released on an Album
    Released: 1992

    Fairy Tale Land Lyrics


    Fairy Tale Land Song Chart
  • The first song that Kentucky-born coal miner's daughter Angaleena Presley learned to play on the guitar was "Mama Tried" by Merle Haggard. It was her father who taught the song at the age of 15 and within a year or so Presley was penning her own material.
  • This was the first ever song Presley wrote. She recalled to American Songwriter magazine: "It was so awful. I was a senior in high school and I wrote a song called 'Fairy Tale Land.' It was about me venturing off into the world and leaving my fairy tale life behind. My mom liked it and encouraged me to write more. About 20 songs later I wrote something that made me think, "hmmm … this one might be kinda good."
  • Presley told CMT News she wrote this when she was 16-years-old. "It was about me moving away and going to college and leaving your parents," she explained. "It was awful. I would die if anyone heard it."

    "It was no 'Honky Tonk Girl,' that's for sure," she added.

  • Tove Lo Songs - Crazy
    Tove Lo - Crazy


    Tove Lo - Crazy Lyrics and Youtube Music Videos

    Album: Not Released on an Album
    Released: 1999

    Crazy Lyrics


    Crazy Song Chart
  • Asked by MTV what the first song that she ever wrote was, Tove Lo replied, "The very first song I ever wrote was a song called 'Crazy' when I was 11 or 12 with my best girlfriends - we had a girl band. It was about loving a guy who everyone else thought you were crazy for being into. I guess kind of similar to my same subject today. I have learned a lot."

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