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Today’s Classic Lunch Was Wondering: “…So Why’ja Call The Song THAT?”

An hour of tasty classics and not once was the name of the song actually sung! Let’s take a ganderoo at The “Song Title’s NOT Part Of The Lyrics!” Menu:

Dylan & Baez
Bob and Joan Baez in London, April 1965 (Keystone/Getty Images)

“For What It’s Worth” – Buffalo Springfield / “The Rain Song” – Led Zeppelin / “Positively 4th Street” – Bob Dylan / “Revival” – The Allman Brothers Band / “Prodigal Son” – The Rolling Stones / “Funk #49″ – The James Gang / “The Punk Meets The Godfather” – The Who / “Paranoid” – Black Sabbath / “Legend Of A Mind” – The Moody Blues / “Big Log” – Robert Plant / “Pre-Road Downs” – Crosby, Stills & Nash

Tomorrow (Thurs., 7/17): The “Howdy, Stranger!” Menu

 

 

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