It's when the song title is mentioned only once at the beginning, and then never repeated again anywhere else within that song. How much of a challenge today?

David Bowie, "Low" album cover, Jan. 1977. (Courtesy of RCA Records)
David Bowie, "Low" album cover, Jan. 1977. (Courtesy of RCA Records)

The "Song Titles: Beginnings" Menu: "The Devil Went Down To Georgia" - The Charlie Daniels Band / "Breaking Glass" - David Bowie / "White Room" - Cream / "Solsbury Hill" - Peter Gabriel / "The Story In Your Eyes" - The Moody Blues / "She Came In Through The Bathroom Window" - Joe Cocker / "Baker Street" - Gerry Rafferty / "4 + 20" - Stephen Stills (CSNY) / "Rock And Roll" - Led Zeppelin / "I Started A Joke" - Bee Gees / "Hide In Your Shell" - Supertramp / "So You Want To Be A Rock 'N' Roll Star?" - The Byrds / "Smokestack Lightnin'" - Howlin' Wolf

Tomorrow (Thurs., 1/18), The "Song Titles: Endings" Menu. You guessed correctly: the song title does not happen until the very end of the song! Yes, aspirin will be available. Please continue to send your Classic Lunch idea's here to the web site and WBLM Facebook page. Y'know ya wanna...

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