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    • *Batteries Not Included
        • Unofficial major motion picture theme song rejected by the studio, but featured on the new Ray Parker Jr. album "Except Ghostbusters: Most of the Best of Ray Parker Jr.'s Greatest Hits." (Season 5 episode The End)
    • 39 Degrees North
        • One of the songs on the music chart seen during Bill & Ted's daughters' introduction to the movie is called 39 Degrees North on the record label Beijing Studios.
    • 5,000 Candles In The Wind
        • Andy's new song, which is 5,000 times better than the song Candle in the Wind, about Lil Sebastian. (Season 3 episode Li'l Sebastian) Mouse Rat reunites to play the song at the Unity Concert. (Season 6 episode Movin' Up)
    • The 66 Colors Of My Bedroom
        • Song by Phoebe Buffay. 
(Season 4 episode The One With the Jellyfish)
    • A-Dawg
        • One of the songs on the music chart seen during Bill & Ted's daughters' introduction to the movie is called A-Dawg on the record label Lockstershaft Studios.
    • Achy Breaky Fart
        • Parody song Michael mentions, parody of Billy Ray Cyrus' Achy Breaky Heart. (Season 5 episode Dream Team)
    • The Alien Shuffle
        • ALF and Lynn's rap song (Season 1 episode It's Not Easy Being Green)
    • All 4 You
        • One of the songs on the music chart seen during Bill & Ted's daughters' introduction to the movie is called All 4 You on the record label Up Commer.
    • Always My Dad
        • Lisa competes on Krusty's singing competition Li'l Starmaker. "Not affiliated with American Idol, we've never even heard of American Idol." Auditions held at Springfield Mall. "Warning: We're looking for cute not creepy" Homer writes songs for Lisa until she fires him, and he takes on another contestant named Cameron, also known as Johnny Rainbow. The competition takes place at Krustylu Studios. Lisa writes her own song called Always My Dad, so powerful that she makes the Applause-O-Meter cry battery acid. Homer sabotages Cameron by writing the song Privileged Boy. (Season 16 episode A Star is Torn)
    • Always On My Spine
        • Song by Willie Spellson, Monster Mini-Golf version of Always on My Mind by Willie Nelson, from a framed record on the wall in the creepy WIRD "Weird Radio" DJ booth at the San Antonio Military Drive location.
    • Amistad
        • Unofficial major motion picture theme song rejected by the studio, but featured on the new Ray Parker Jr. album "Except Ghostbusters: Most of the Best of Ray Parker Jr.'s Greatest Hits." (Season 5 episode The End)
    • Amulet Of The Weeping Maze
        • Song by failed musician and cult leader Jeremiah Sand.
    • Amy Come Back
        • Song that Amy's ex-boyfriend plans to sing at her wedding to win her back. (Season 5 episode Bachelor/ette Party)
    • Angerman
        • Song from Logan's youth: "And they listened to the Cantata for Bongo in A Minor with all eighty-eight tones clear and deep from the clava drum that only Deutcher 4 could play. And there was Single Sung Tingle Tongue Pidge and Milkbelly and Angerman, the saga of DS with its 103 choruses...
    • Another Bites The Crust
        • Homer's idea for a Weird Al Yankovic parody song of Queen's Another One Bites the Dust. (Season 14 episode Three Gays of the Condo)
    • Apt Pupil
        • Unofficial major motion picture theme song rejected by the studio, but featured on the new Ray Parker Jr. album "Except Ghostbusters: Most of the Best of Ray Parker Jr.'s Greatest Hits." (Season 5 episode The End)
    • Armageddon / Deep Impact
        • Unofficial major motion picture theme song rejected by the studio, but featured on the new Ray Parker Jr. album "Except Ghostbusters: Most of the Best of Ray Parker Jr.'s Greatest Hits." (Season 5 episode The End)
    • Asparagus
        • Song Willie writes for Bryan's play (Season 1 episode It's Not Easy Being Green)
    • Baby Can You Dig Your Man
        • Hit single by Larry Underwood. "Baby, can you dig your man? He's a righteous man, Baby, can you dig your man?"
    • Baby Got Me
        • One of the songs on the music chart seen during Bill & Ted's daughters' introduction to the movie is called Baby Got Me on the record label Reprise Studios.
    • Baby My Baby
        • One of the songs on the music chart seen during Bill & Ted's daughters' introduction to the movie is called Baby My Baby on the record label Orion/MGM Studios.
    • Babydoll
        • Song by band Cube Squared. Music video the guys make for Video Aces on spec. Actually sung by Devo.
    • The Badger
        • One of the songs on the music chart seen during Bill & Ted's daughters' introduction to the movie is called The Badger on the record label Grand Express.
    • The Ballad Of The Uncircumcised Man
        • Song by Phoebe that she mentions when she shows off the top hat and spectacles she bought to class up her act to be able to sing outside Monica's restaurant. (Season 9 episode The One With Rachel's Dream)
    • Bannisters Are Fun
        • Song on Nanny Gee's CD, a childrens' entertainment personality, as well as Frasier's ex-wife. Frasier: "She hit on me in the children's bookstore, where I bought her CD. Trust me, the woman is a sexual volcano just waiting to erupt!" Niles: "Judging from some of these song titles, you may be right. ‘Nanny's Messy Bed,' ‘I Feel Something Great Inside Me,' ‘Bannisters are Fun'…" (Season 11 episode Caught in the Act)
    • Beers In Heaven
        • Song parody by Michael Scott, based on Tears in Heaven by Eric Clapton. (Season 4 episode Goodbye, Toby)
    • Betrayal In The Common Room
        • Song by Way / No Way, Ross and Chandler's band from college, from 1991 flashback, that Chandler wrote after seeing Ross kiss a girl that they had agreed neither one of them would date. (Season 10 episode The One Where the Stripper Cries)
    • Big Old Funky Butt
        • Funk song, either on the mix CD Now That's What I Call Funk Volume 3, or Now That's What I Call Funk Volume 4. (Season 5 episode Charlie Rolls the Dice in Vegas)
    • Big Time Daddy
        • Songs played on radio station KXKVI include Come Rock With Me - an up and swinging vocal offering by the High Lifers, and Big Time Daddy by The Deuces and the Treys. (Episode The Galaxy Being)
    • Big Trouble In Little China
        • Unofficial major motion picture theme song rejected by the studio, but featured on the new Ray Parker Jr. album "Except Ghostbusters: Most of the Best of Ray Parker Jr.'s Greatest Hits." (Season 5 episode The End)
    • Blomp Blomp-a-Noop Noop-a-noop Noop Noop
        • Song by Tiny Rogerts, black effeminate musician from the 50s (Season 1 episode Ricksy Business)
    • Boats ’N Hoes
        • Dale and Brennan premiere their music video at Derek’s birthday party. Band name: Huff and Doback. Song title: Boats ’N Hoes. Album name: Bro Bro Gang.
    • The Booger Boogie
        • Song by Charlie Waffles, Charlie’s new moniker when he records childrens songs to make money and hook up with hot single moms and nannies. (Season 5 episode Is there a Mrs. Waffles?)
    • Boogie Down with Doctor D
        • Song on Death's album The Lonely Surfer. According to Bill & Ted's daughters, they love the hook, never seen left handed technique like that.
    • Born To Runner-up
        • Number 2 hit song by Garfunkel, Oates and Lisa, the second best band in America, from Lisa's daydream. (Season 6 episode Lisa's Rival)
    • Bottom's Dream
        • "I will get Peter Quince to write a ballad of this dream: it shall be called Bottom's Dream, because it hath no bottom; and I will sing it in the latter end of a play, before the duke: peradventure, to make it the more gracious, I shall sing it at her death."
    • The Broken Neck Blues
        • Lisa's favorite song, which Homer requests from the violin player at the Gilded Truffle restaurant. (Season 3 episode Lisa the Greek)
    • Bull Durham
        • Unofficial major motion picture theme song rejected by the studio, but featured on the new Ray Parker Jr. album "Except Ghostbusters: Most of the Best of Ray Parker Jr.'s Greatest Hits." (Season 5 episode The End)
    • The Burbs
        • Unofficial major motion picture theme song rejected by the studio, but featured on the new Ray Parker Jr. album "Except Ghostbusters: Most of the Best of Ray Parker Jr.'s Greatest Hits." (Season 5 episode The End)
    • Bye Bye Boobies
        • Song by Charlie Waffles, Charlie’s new moniker when he records childrens songs to make money and hook up with hot single moms and nannies. (Season 5 episode Is there a Mrs. Waffles?)
    • Bye-bye, Li'l Sebastian
        • Andy's new Mouse Rat song, performed at the Pawnee Commons benefit. (Season 5 episode Leslie and Ben) The gangs sings together to cheer up Leslie in quarantine. (The Parks and Recreation Special)
    • Calci-yum
        • The state milk lobby's new milk awareness song featuring Phish's Trey Anastasio. (Season 7 episode The Sting)
    • The Cantata For Bongo In A Minor
        • Song from Logan's youth: "And they listened to the Cantata for Bongo in A Minor with all eighty-eight tones clear and deep from the clava drum that only Deutcher 4 could play. And there was Single Sung Tingle Tongue Pidge and Milkbelly and Angerman, the saga of DS with its 103 choruses...
    • Cash Money
        • One of the songs on the music chart seen during Bill & Ted's daughters' introduction to the movie is called Cash Money on the record label Glau records.
    • Cat Barrel Polka
        • Polka song ALF mentions (Season 2 episode Prime Time)
    • The Cat Can’t Swim (Don’t Bite the Puppy)
        • Song by Charlie Waffles, Charlie’s new moniker when he records childrens songs to make money and hook up with hot single moms and nannies. (Season 5 episode Is there a Mrs. Waffles?)
    • Catapult Me Into The Sun
        • Song by band Land Ho that Mouse Rat performs: Catapult me into the Sun and I'll burn, baby, burn… (Season 6 episode Flu Season 2)
    • Catch Your Dream
        • Song that Andy writes for Leslie's campaign anthem. Andy: "It's kind of like We Are The World, except I actually think it could have a real impact on society." (Season 4 episode Dave Returns)
    • Check Yes, No Or Maybe
        • Song by George Straight-Jacket, Monster Mini-Golf version of Check Yes or No by George Straight, from a framed record on the wall in the creepy WIRD "Weird Radio" DJ booth at the San Antonio Military Drive location.
    • The Children Are Our Future
        • Song that the children of Springfield sing to the Olympics organization. (Season 10 episode The Old Man and the ‘C' Student)
    • Chloe’s Song
        • Song Charlie claims to be writing for Chloe, but it’s actually the music for The Way You Look Tonight. (Season 4 episode Anteaters. They're Just Crazy-Lookin’)
    • Christmas Convoy
        • Song the Simpsons listen to on the radio while driving through a rough neighborhood. (Season 15 episode Tis The Fifteenth Season)
    • Cloud Atlas
        • Unofficial major motion picture theme song rejected by the studio, but featured on the new Ray Parker Jr. album "Except Ghostbusters: Most of the Best of Ray Parker Jr.'s Greatest Hits." (Season 5 episode The End)
    • Come Back, Lisa
        • Song written by Lisa's ex-boyfriend (Season 2 episode Zoso, title inspired by Led Zeppelin)
    • Come Rock with Me
        • Songs played on radio station KXKVI include Come Rock With Me - an up and swinging vocal offering by the High Lifers, and Big Time Daddy by The Deuces and the Treys. (Episode The Galaxy Being)
    • Cookin' With ALF
        • In 1988, the fast food chain gave away a series of four cardboard record singles with its kids meals, featuring fake songs by ALF: "Melmac Rock," "Melmac Girls," "Cookin' with ALF" and "Take Me, ALF, to the Ballgame."
    • Countdown To Love
        • Song by the fictional band The Sorels - actually performed by Winston Ford and written by Dan Hartman.
    • Crazy Waves
        • Everett plays Crazy Waves, a song by the Golden Glows on his radio show Highway Hits.
    • Cry Like a Man
        • Rembrandt recorded "Cry Like a Man” with his group The Spinning Topps before leaving them to go solo. (Pilot episode)
        • Also a hit song by Rembrandt’s famous musician counterpart known as the King. (Season 1 episode The King is Back)
    • Daquaritaville
        • When the manager of the Native American casino Caesar's Pow-Wow shows Bart a vision of his future, Bart's band Captain Bart and the Tequila Mockingbirds perform the song Daquaritaville, a rip-off of Jimmy Buffet's Margaritaville, at Nelson Muntz's restaurant, Nelson's Crab Shack. (Season 11 episode Bart to the Future)
    • Disturbia
        • Unofficial major motion picture theme song rejected by the studio, but featured on the new Ray Parker Jr. album "Except Ghostbusters: Most of the Best of Ray Parker Jr.'s Greatest Hits." (Season 5 episode The End)
    • Don't Bug Me
        • Song by rock band the Mosquitoes, performed in an alternate version of the episode on the DVD release. (episode Don't Bug the Mosquitoes)
    • Don't Come Back If You're Not Sure
        • Song on the jukebox: "Mr. Aloysius Macnaught tried to make some point, quoting a lot of figures. But I wasn't listening. I took a good long gulp, pulled out a lot of change from my pocket, got off the stool and pumped the jukebox. There's a song on there: ‘Don't Come Back If You're Not Sure'. It has a good effect on me after a trip to the Zone."
    • Don't Kidnap
        • Song by G.L.O.W. Girls. $10.95 for a record or cassette plus $4.95 S&H. (Season 2 episode The Good Twin)
    • Don’t Shake the Baby
        • Song by Charlie Waffles, Charlie’s new moniker when he records childrens songs to make money and hook up with hot single moms and nannies. (Season 5 episode Is there a Mrs. Waffles?)
    • Double Vodka Rocks
        • Song by country music mother and daughter duo The Todds - sort of - actually a joke the mother makes (Season 8 episode Wingless)
    • The Dream Police
        • Song on the radio that Apu sings along with while washing his Firebird in his driveway. (Season 7 episode Two Bad Neighbors)
    • Drop Da Bomb
        • The Simpsons watch Bart's boy band The Party Posse's new music video for their song "Drop Da Bomb"., directed by And Lee. The VeeJay also refers to them as P Squared. (Season 12 episode New Kids on the Blecch)
    • Drunk Off Our Asses
        • Mouse Rat song Andy wants to finish the set with at Craig's nephew's birthday party. (Season 6 episode Farmers Market)
    • Dumb Drunken Bitch
        • Song by Phoebe Buffay. (Season 4 episode The One With the Cat)
    • Earthrise On The Moon
        • Song Gabe plays for Andy when he's puking int he toilet during his Glee party (Season 7 episode Viewing Party)
    • Eep, Opp, Ork, Ah-ah!
        • Judy wins a date with pop idol, Jet Screamer, who sings Judy's contest entry song, "Eep, Opp, Ork, Ah-ah!" (Season 1 episode A Date with Jet Screamer)
    • Emotional Knapsack
        • New song that Ross and Chandler wrote the week before Thanksgiving 1978. (Season 5 episode The One With All the Thanksgivings)
    • Encino Man / BioDome / Jury Duty
        • Unofficial major motion picture theme song rejected by the studio, but featured on the new Ray Parker Jr. album "Except Ghostbusters: Most of the Best of Ray Parker Jr.'s Greatest Hits." (Season 5 episode The End)
    • Everybody Hates Ned Flanders
        • Song by Homer Simpson and David Byrne of the Talking Heads. (Season 14 episode Dude, Where's My Ranch?)
    • Everybody Hates Ned Flanders (Extended Salsa Mix)
        • Alternate version of Everybody Hates Ned Flanders, the new song by Homer Simpson and David Byrne of the Talking Heads. (Season 14 episode Dude, Where's My Ranch?)
    • Everybody Hates Ned Flanders (William Shatner Cover)
        • Alternate version of Everybody Hates Ned Flanders, the new song by Homer Simpson and David Byrne of the Talking Heads. (Season 14 episode Dude, Where's My Ranch?)
    • Everything Is Awesome
        • Emmet's favorite song, on top of the charts again. "Everything is awesome, Everything is cool when you're part of a team. Everything is awesome when we're living our dream."
    • Explosion of Love
        • Song by Rembrandt's famous musician counterpart known as the King. (Season 1 episode The King is Back)
    • Face/Off
        • Unofficial major motion picture theme song rejected by the studio, but featured on the new Ray Parker Jr. album "Except Ghostbusters: Most of the Best of Ray Parker Jr.'s Greatest Hits." (Season 5 episode The End)
    • Fate’s Wide Wheel
        • Sam Beckett leaps into Geoffrey "Tonic" Mole, the lead singer of English heavy metal band King Thunder (previously known as The Dingles), and known for the songs "Rock the Red Head", "Fate’s Wide Wheel" and "Hot Spot". Sam must keep himself from being killed by an unknown stalker. (Season 3 episode Glitter Rock)
    • The Father/Son Switching Song
        • Song by Metallica on the soundtrack for the Father/Son switching film The Boy Who Magically Switched Places With His Dad (Episode At The Beach)
    • Feed It to the Dog
        • Song by Charlie Waffles, Charlie’s new moniker when he records childrens songs to make money and hook up with hot single moms and nannies. (Season 5 episode Is there a Mrs. Waffles?)
    • Fifty Shades Of Grey
        • Unofficial major motion picture theme song rejected by the studio, but featured on the new Ray Parker Jr. album "Except Ghostbusters: Most of the Best of Ray Parker Jr.'s Greatest Hits." (Season 5 episode The End)
    • Fishin' With Pogo
        • Ig's father's dreamy cool-cat instrumental Blue Tone song.
    • Flow My Tears
        • "Flow my tears" the new police song, the slogan of peace is "you must live", they've got me and I'm one of them. (song: Listen to the Sirens) Reference to Philip K. Dick's Flow My Tears, the Policeman Said.
    • Flutter Girl
        • Jeff Ament of Pearl Jam devised a fictitious tracklist for the tape of solo songs that Matt Dillon's character, Cliff Poncier, peddles in the film: Flutter Girl, Missing, Nowhere But You, Seasons and Spoon Man. Chris Cornell of Soundgarden then decided to record actual songs based on the titles.
    • Fongalicious
        • One of the songs on the music chart seen during Bill & Ted's daughters' introduction to the movie is called Fongalicious on the record label Rachael/Cohen Inc.
    • Forward, Foster's Children!
        • Hymn sung by the Church of the New Revelation: "Forward, Foster's Chil-dren! Smash apart your foes / Faith our Shield and Ar-mar! Strike them down by rows-! Second verse! Make no peace with sin-nen! God is on our side!"
    • Foster
        • One of the songs on the music chart seen during Bill & Ted's daughters' introduction to the movie is called Foster on the record label Ben Inc.
    • Four Old Whores
        • Rugby song Daphne mentions when Niles offers to give her piano lessons: "I'd love that! I've wanted to play ever since I was little and my family would sing rugby songs after my brothers' matches. I can still see them, all muddied and bloodied, belting out songs like The Old She-Crab and I Like A Moose. Once, one of Michael's teeth fell out right in the middle of "Four Old Whores"! (Season 9 episode Bla-Z-Boy)
    • From Diaper to Wiper
        • Song by Charlie Waffles, Charlie’s new moniker when he records childrens songs to make money and hook up with hot single moms and nannies. (Season 5 episode Is there a Mrs. Waffles?)
    • Gav'ot ToH'va
        • Ezri asks Worf which Klingon opera he sang in the escape pod while waiting for rescue, if he sang "Shevok'tah Gish". It was "Gav'ot toH'va". (Season 7 episode Penumbra)
    • Get Up
        • Joke Chandler makes when Joey won't give him back his seat: Well, Joey, I wrote a little song today. It's called, Get up! (Season 3 episode The One Where No One's Ready)
    • Goodbye Toby
        • Song parody by Michael Scott, based on Goodbye Stranger by Supertramp. (Season 4 episode Goodbye, Toby)
    • Grandma May Smell Funny
        • Song by Charlie Waffles, Charlie’s new moniker when he records childrens songs to make money and hook up with hot single moms and nannies. (Season 5 episode Is there a Mrs. Waffles?)
    • Gummo
        • Unofficial major motion picture theme song rejected by the studio, but featured on the new Ray Parker Jr. album "Except Ghostbusters: Most of the Best of Ray Parker Jr.'s Greatest Hits." (Season 5 episode The End)
    • The Hate Song
        • The new tune which was to be the theme-song of Hate Week (the Hate Song, it was called) had already been composed and was being endlessly plugged on the telescreens. It had a savage, barking rhythm which could not exactly be called music, but resembled the beating of a drum. Roared out by hundreds of voices to the tramp of marching feet, it was terrifying. The proles had taken a fancy to it, and in the midnight streets it competed with the still-popular ‘It was only a hopeless fancy'. The Parsons children played it at all hours of the night and day, unbearably, on a comb and a piece of toilet paper.
    • Hate The Ones You're Supposed To Love Because That Will Set You Free
        • Song Jeremiah Sand wrote in high school (from My Journey, an autobiographical spoken word track by Jeremiah Sands, created for the movie)
    • Hated: GG Alin & The Murder Junkies
        • Unofficial major motion picture theme song rejected by the studio, but featured on the new Ray Parker Jr. album "Except Ghostbusters: Most of the Best of Ray Parker Jr.'s Greatest Hits." (Season 5 episode The End)
    • Headbutt Me
        • Song by Rembrandt's famous musician counterpart known as the King - his gig finale in concert. (Season 1 episode The King is Back)
    • Heaven Is A Place Called You
        • Song by Country music mother and daughter duo The Todds (Season 8 episode Wingless)
    • Hedwig And The Angry Inch
        • Unofficial major motion picture theme song rejected by the studio, but featured on the new Ray Parker Jr. album "Except Ghostbusters: Most of the Best of Ray Parker Jr.'s Greatest Hits." (Season 5 episode The End)
    • The Hero Of Canton: The Man They Call Jayne
        • The name of the song written about Jayne (Episode 7 Jaynestown)
    • He's a Loser
        • Song by rock band the Mosquitoes, performed in an alternate version of the episode shown in TVLand reruns. (episode Don't Bug the Mosquitoes)
    • Home Sweet Home
        • Song by Motley Lou, alternate version of rock band Motley Crue featuring time traveler Lou Dorchen replacing Vince Neil on vocals.
    • Homer and Marge
        • Weird Al Yankovic parody song of John Cougar Mellencamp's Jack and Diane. (Season 14 episode Three Gays of the Condo)
    • Hoppin' and Cookin'
        • Everett plays Hoppin' and Cookin', a crankin' song by Jimmy Rain and Crocs on his radio show Highway Hits.
    • Hot And Heavy
        • Song that Elaine's new musician boyfriend John Germaine writes after Jerry tells his bandmate Clyde that John is dating his friend Elaine, and they are hot and heavy. (Season 7 episode The Rye)
    • Hot Spot
        • Sam Beckett leaps into Geoffrey "Tonic" Mole, the lead singer of English heavy metal band King Thunder (previously known as The Dingles), and known for the songs "Rock the Red Head", "Fate’s Wide Wheel" and "Hot Spot". Sam must keep himself from being killed by an unknown stalker. (Season 3 episode Glitter Rock)
    • How Many Times A Day Do You Wish That You Had A Bigger Dick?
        • Song by Karl's band, Fade up fade out Bye Bye, dedicated to Blake. (Season 7 episode Faux Chella)
    • Howard The Duck
        • New song by Beverly's band Cherry Bomb after Beverly meets Howard the Duck.
    • Human Spleen
        • Song Phoebe sings outside Monica's restaurant: And there's a country called Argentina, it's a place I've never seen. But I'm told for fifty pesos you can buy a human spleen. Human spleen. Olè! (Season 9 episode The One With Rachel's Dream)
    • I Can Dream About You
        • Song by the fictional band The Sorels - actually performed by Winston Ford and written by Dan Hartman.
    • I Didn't Do It
        • Song by Bart Simpson. (Season 5 episode Bart Gets Famous) Music album that Bart recorded when he got famous in Season 5 that Marge finds in the attic and sells at the Evergreen Terrace Rummage Sale. (Season 7 episode Two Bad Neighbors)
    • I Do Believe We're Naked
        • New #1 hit by Funky See, Funky Do that replaces We're Sending Our Love Down the Well, which plunges all the way down to #97. (Season 3 episode Radio Bart)
    • I Feel Something Great Inside Me
        • Song on Nanny Gee's CD, a childrens' entertainment personality, as well as Frasier's ex-wife. Frasier: "She hit on me in the children's bookstore, where I bought her CD. Trust me, the woman is a sexual volcano just waiting to erupt!" Niles: "Judging from some of these song titles, you may be right. ‘Nanny's Messy Bed,' ‘I Feel Something Great Inside Me,' ‘Bannisters are Fun'…" (Season 11 episode Caught in the Act)
    • I Finally Found You
        • Song title from joke Eduard makes to Elisa: I'm seeing an album with the main song titled, "I Finally Found You" The new album by Lluis Antic, with the new singing star, the dashing Elisa Montcalm. (Season 1 episode They Won't Meet)
    • I Just Met My Perfect Match
        • 50s song that plays at Suzy's diner when BoJack is falling in love with Wanda the owl girl - and then when Wanda meets the other guy that just woke up from a 30 year coma in episode Yesterdayland.
    • I Like A Moose
        • Rugby song Daphne mentions when Niles offers to give her piano lessons: "I'd love that! I've wanted to play ever since I was little and my family would sing rugby songs after my brothers' matches. I can still see them, all muddied and bloodied, belting out songs like The Old She-Crab and I Like A Moose. Once, one of Michael's teeth fell out right in the middle of "Four Old Whores"! (Season 9 episode Bla-Z-Boy)
    • I Like Corn
        • Song by Charlie Waffles, Charlie’s new moniker when he records childrens songs to make money and hook up with hot single moms and nannies. (Season 5 episode Is there a Mrs. Waffles?)
    • I Love Boobies
        • Song by Charlie Waffles, Charlie’s new moniker when he records childrens songs to make money and hook up with hot single moms and nannies. (Season 5 episode Is there a Mrs. Waffles?)
    • I Never Had An Italian Suit Blues
        • Song Bleedin' Gums Murphy is playing when Lisa finds him on a bridge under a full moon. (Season 1 episode Moaning Lisa)
    • I Want Your Cray Cray
        • Trish's hit single back in college. (Season 2 episode AKA I Want Your Cray Cray)
    • Indecent Proposal
        • Unofficial major motion picture theme song rejected by the studio, but featured on the new Ray Parker Jr. album "Except Ghostbusters: Most of the Best of Ray Parker Jr.'s Greatest Hits." (Season 5 episode The End)
    • Interplanetary Courtship Ritual
        • Song Ross played for Rachel the last time he saw her, at Sean McMahon's party. (Season 6 episode The One that Could Have Been)
    • It Don't Matter To The Sun
        • Fictional song originally recorded by fictional musician Ramsey Sellers (from Chris Gaines album liner notes, discussing the inspiration for the song "It Don't Matter To The Sun"): Some people think I recorded this song for my father. When I was a kid, he had every record Ramsey Sellers ever made. I even remember my father having Ramsey Sellers eight tracks for the car. His favorite song was "It Don't Matter To The Sun". He sang that song to my mother for as long as I can remember. After my father's death, my mother had no one to sing this song to her. Truth is, I recorded this song for her.
    • I'd Pawn My Gold Crown For You
        • Rembrant's counterpart's number one fan orders Rambrandt to sing for her, so he sings "Tears in My 'Fro". But she wants to hear "I'd Pawn My Gold Crown For You". (Season 3 episode Double Cross)
    • I'll Love You Forever (Make That Booty Bounce in The Bath)
        • Song Jason wrote and recorded back when he was alive. The police sirens in the background are real - Jason was being chased while he recorded it. (Season 4 episode A Chip Driver Mystery)
    • I'll Never Be Loved
        • Song on Death's album The Lonely Surfer. According to Bill & Ted's daughters, the outro is the most bodacious.
    • I'm a Tear Jerk
        • Song by Rembrandt's famous musician counterpart known as the King. (Season 1 episode The King is Back)
    • Johnny Mnemonic
        • Unofficial major motion picture theme song rejected by the studio, but featured on the new Ray Parker Jr. album "Except Ghostbusters: Most of the Best of Ray Parker Jr.'s Greatest Hits." (Season 5 episode The End)
    • Jose Mi Amor
        • Song, an original Denby by Jordan about Jose Cuervo, that Jordan and Patrick perform at the Alcoholics Anonymous Talent Show (Episode Charlie and Sean Fight Over a Girl)
    • Jumanji
        • Unofficial major motion picture theme song rejected by the studio, but featured on the new Ray Parker Jr. album "Except Ghostbusters: Most of the Best of Ray Parker Jr.'s Greatest Hits." (Season 5 episode The End)
    • Karate Chop Master
        • Johnny Karate (Andy's children's performer name) song: I'm a karate chop master, and I will karate chop you… Chop, chop, chop, chop Kick, kick, kick, kick… (Season 6 episode Flu Season 2)
    • The Kindness Of A One-armed Bartender
        • Song title Max Chilblain comes up with the first time he meets Clyde in the bar.
    • King Ralph
        • Unofficial major motion picture theme song rejected by the studio, but featured on the new Ray Parker Jr. album "Except Ghostbusters: Most of the Best of Ray Parker Jr.'s Greatest Hits." (Season 5 episode The End)
    • Kiss Kiss Bang Bang
        • Unofficial major motion picture theme song rejected by the studio, but featured on the new Ray Parker Jr. album "Except Ghostbusters: Most of the Best of Ray Parker Jr.'s Greatest Hits." (Season 5 episode The End)
    • Kiss My Owie
        • Song by Charlie Waffles, Charlie’s new moniker when he records childrens songs to make money and hook up with hot single moms and nannies. (Season 5 episode Is there a Mrs. Waffles?)
    • The Laundry's Done
        • Song Ross makes up at the laundromat to distract Rachel from the fact that she left a red sock in with her whites. (Season 1 The One With the East German Laundry Detergent)
    • Lawnmower Man
        • Unofficial major motion picture theme song rejected by the studio, but featured on the new Ray Parker Jr. album "Except Ghostbusters: Most of the Best of Ray Parker Jr.'s Greatest Hits." (Season 5 episode The End)
    • Let's Get It Started (by Nick Webber)
        • Song Nick steals from the Black-Eyed Peas and makes it his own before they can record it.
    • Library Rap
        • The sliders watch a music video on the Egghead world for a song called Library Rap by rap group MC Poindexter & The Study Crew, produced by Flaubert Records. (Season 1 episode Eggheads)
    • Life Is A Picnic
        • Andy's idea for a new song, inspired by Leslie's summer catalog picnic. April suggests, Life is a Picnic With You. (Season 2 episode Summer Catalog)
    • Little Black Curly Hair
        • Song by Phoebe Buffay. (Season 6 episode The One With Ross's Denial)
    • Little Tony Tarzan
        • Song by Phoebe Buffay.(Season 4 episode The One Where Chandler Crosses the Line)
    • Lizzie
        • One of the songs on the music chart seen during Bill & Ted's daughters' introduction to the movie is called Lizzie on the record label Zander Co.
    • Love Explosion
        • Song by Rembrandt's famous musician counterpart known as the King. (Season 1 episode The King is Back)
    • Love Theme From Das Boat
        • One of the songs on the Sea Captain's 3 disc Sea Chanteys collection. (Season 4 episode Mr. Plow)
    • Lovely To Love Your Lovin'
        • Following the success of their TV show, the Simpsons venture into music, releasing several albums, including Simpsons Boogie, Lovely to Love Your Lovin' and Simpsons Christmas Boogie, which went mega platinum and swept the grammies. (Season 11 episode Behind the Laughter)
    • A Lover's Concerto
        • Song that Nyle's girlfriend Misty's parents perform at their daughter's wedding in Palm Springs.
    • Magician Box Mix-up
        • Song by Phoebe Buffay. (Season 3 episode The One With Phoebe's Ex-Partner)
    • Major Payne
        • Unofficial major motion picture theme song rejected by the studio, but featured on the new Ray Parker Jr. album "Except Ghostbusters: Most of the Best of Ray Parker Jr.'s Greatest Hits." (Season 5 episode The End)
    • Makeover
        • The female wrestlers of GLOW make a music video for a song called Makeover as G.L.O.W. Girls on the album Glam Slam! Vol. 1. (Season 2 episode The Good Twin)
    • Making Love in Space
        • Lando Calrissian performs his song Making Love in Space with the Max Rebo Band at the Galactic Summit for All Black Humans at the The Naboo Beachfront Hotel. (Skit Lando's Summit)
    • March Of The AnjaQantine Star Guard
        • Opera song, from the opera called Blamwellamum of Woont. "Spaceships and jetcars and helipods crashed and exploded continuously around her, illuminating the night, villainous people in strange hats smuggled dangerous drugs through her, and the combined orchestra and chorus of the Hallapolis State Opera performed the closing March of the AnjaQantine Star Guard from Act IV of Rizgar's Blamwellamum of Woont in a little glade somewhere off to her left."
    • Me And Bobby McGoo
        • Song by Janis Goblin, Monster Mini-Golf version of Me and Bobby McGee by Janis Joplin, from a framed record on the wall in the creepy WIRD "Weird Radio" DJ booth at the San Antonio Military Drive location.
    • Me And My Squid
        • Song Dana Carvey as George Harrison mentions that he wrote for the Beatles, but John and Paul told him that the Beatles don't write songs about mollusks. But then John wrote Octopus' Garden!
    • Me Fans Are Stupid Pigs
        • Song Bart wrote in his future daydream when he's a washed up rock star. (Season 3 episode The Otto Show)
    • Melmac Girls
        • In 1988, the fast food chain gave away a series of four cardboard record singles with its kids meals, featuring fake songs by ALF: "Melmac Rock," "Melmac Girls," "Cookin' with ALF" and "Take Me, ALF, to the Ballgame."
    • Melmac Rock
        • In 1988, the fast food chain gave away a series of four cardboard record singles with its kids meals, featuring fake songs by ALF: "Melmac Rock," "Melmac Girls," "Cookin' with ALF" and "Take Me, ALF, to the Ballgame."
    • Mental House Rock
        • Wolfguy Jack starts off the nightly dance contest at 50s style restaurant Greaser's Cafe with the song Mental House Rock by Johnny Bobby. Parody of Jailhouse Rock by Elvis Presley. (Season 11 episode Take My Wife, Sleaze)
    • Midnight Run
        • Unofficial major motion picture theme song rejected by the studio, but featured on the new Ray Parker Jr. album "Except Ghostbusters: Most of the Best of Ray Parker Jr.'s Greatest Hits." (Season 5 episode The End)
    • Milkbelly
        • Song from Logan's youth: "And they listened to the Cantata for Bongo in A Minor with all eighty-eight tones clear and deep from the clava drum that only Deutcher 4 could play. And there was Single Sung Tingle Tongue Pidge and Milkbelly and Angerman, the saga of DS with its 103 choruses...
    • Miss Chairmodel Lady
        • Song Michael and Dwight sing at the grave of the chair model that Michael falls in love with, sung to the tune of Don McClean's American Pie. "Bye, bye, Miss Chair model Lady, I dreamt that we were married and you treated me nice. We had lots of kids drinking whiskey and rye. Why'd 'you have to go off and die? Why'd you have to go off and die? You believe in rock and roll? Can music save your mortal soul? And then, can you have to dance real slow? Well, I know that you're in love with him 'cause I saw you dancin' in the gym, kicked off both her shoes, turned off her shoes, no more rhythm and blues! No verdict was returned! Rhythm and blues! This will be the day that I die. (Season 4 episode The Chair Model)
    • Missing
        • Jeff Ament of Pearl Jam devised a fictitious tracklist for the tape of solo songs that Matt Dillon's character, Cliff Poncier, peddles in the film: Flutter Girl, Missing, Nowhere But You, Seasons and Spoon Man. Chris Cornell of Soundgarden then decided to record actual songs based on the titles.
    • Mommy’s Little Happy Pill
        • Song by Charlie Waffles, Charlie’s new moniker when he records childrens songs to make money and hook up with hot single moms and nannies. (Season 5 episode Is there a Mrs. Waffles?)
    • Monster Eats The Pilot
        • Track 2 on Charlie's comeback album, which he writes while Claire cuts his hair. (Season 1 episode Born to Run)
    • Mourning In America
        • Song by Shitpope, Billy's punk rock band (Season 2 episode Candy of the Year)
    • Mr. MX-7
        • Song by Blender Children that the guys make a music video for.
    • The Muffle Song
        • Song the children sing to block out the sounds of Sowing Night. (Season 2 episode The Ballad of Pup-E Q. Barkington)
    • My Dad Is The Gweatest Dad
        • The song that Frederick wrote for Frasier when he was four years old. (Season 10 episode Lilith Needs a Favor)
    • My Heart Shape
        • One of the songs on the music chart seen during Bill & Ted's daughters' introduction to the movie is called My Heart Shape on the record label Sub Pop.
    • My Sticky Shoes
        • Song by Phoebe Buffay. (Season 4 episode The One With Joey's New Girlfriend)
    • My Stumps
        • Parody song Michael mentions, parody of Black Eyed Peas' My Humps. (Season 5 episode Dream Team)
    • Nanny's Messy Bed
        • Song on Nanny Gee's CD, a childrens' entertainment personality, as well as Frasier's ex-wife. Frasier: "She hit on me in the children's bookstore, where I bought her CD. Trust me, the woman is a sexual volcano just waiting to erupt!" Niles: "Judging from some of these song titles, you may be right. ‘Nanny's Messy Bed,' ‘I Feel Something Great Inside Me,' ‘Bannisters are Fun'…" (Season 11 episode Caught in the Act)
    • Never Be You
        • Song by fictional band Ellen Aim and the Attackers - actually performed by Fire, Inc.
    • No Tears For Caesar
        • Song performed by William Shatner and hip-hop artist The Rated R in Shatner's musical version of Julius Caesar.
    • Nowhere But You
        • Jeff Ament of Pearl Jam devised a fictitious tracklist for the tape of solo songs that Matt Dillon's character, Cliff Poncier, peddles in the film: Flutter Girl, Missing, Nowhere But You, Seasons and Spoon Man. Chris Cornell of Soundgarden then decided to record actual songs based on the titles.
    • Nowhere Fast
        • Song by fictional band Ellen Aim and the Attackers - actually performed by Fire, Inc.
    • O Pruney Night
        • Parody of the song O Holy Night, sung by the Prunes in Christmas with the California Prunes, the 1996 holiday classic and parody of A Claymation Christmas Celebration. (Season 15 episode Tis The Fifteenth Season)
    • Ode to a pubic hair
        • One of Phoebe's songs that she mentions during dinner when she meets Mike's parents. (Season 9 episode The One With Ross' sInappropriate Song)
    • Oh Sickly Woman
        • Song by Destroy Orbison, Monster Mini-Golf version of Oh Pretty Woman by Roy Orbison, from a framed record on the wall in the creepy WIRD "Weird Radio" DJ booth at the San Antonio Military Drive location.
    • The Old She-Crab
        • Rugby song Daphne mentions when Niles offers to give her piano lessons: "I'd love that! I've wanted to play ever since I was little and my family would sing rugby songs after my brothers' matches. I can still see them, all muddied and bloodied, belting out songs like The Old She-Crab and I Like A Moose. Once, one of Michael's teeth fell out right in the middle of "Four Old Whores"! (Season 9 episode Bla-Z-Boy)
    • Old Shoe
        • As part of the hoax, folk singer Johnny Dean records a song called "Old Shoe", which is pressed onto a 78 rpm record, prematurely aged so that listeners will think it was recorded years earlier, and sent to the Library of Congress to be "found".
    • Once Before
        • One of the songs on the music chart seen during Bill & Ted's daughters' introduction to the movie is called Once Before on the record label Jive Records.
    • Open The Door
        • Song by The Secret Doors on old jukebox in Season 5 episode 13 Basic Sandwich.
    • Open The Door (reprise)
        • Song by The Secret Doors on old jukebox in Season 5 episode 13 Basic Sandwich.
    • Orangutan Rhapsody
        • The first song that comes to mind when Marvin is being interrogated.
    • Panties Full Of Honey
        • Song on the radio from Season 3 episode 6 The 70s Episode… That was "Panties Full of Honey" by The Dumb Drops, number 97 on our year-end countdown. I'm Glenn Beck. It's a rainy New Year's Eve.
    • Papier Mâché Man
        • Song by Phoebe Buffay. (Season 4 episode The One With Joey's New Girlfriend)
    • Parading Goats
        • Song by Phoebe Buffay. (Season 4 episode The One With Joey's New Girlfriend)
    • Parasite Hotel (song)
        • Song ALF sings on the piano (Season 1 episode Keepin' the Faith)
    • Passion Of The Christ
        • Unofficial major motion picture theme song rejected by the studio, but featured on the new Ray Parker Jr. album "Except Ghostbusters: Most of the Best of Ray Parker Jr.'s Greatest Hits." (Season 5 episode The End)
    • The Peepee Song
        • Song by Charlie Waffles, Charlie’s new moniker when he records childrens songs to make money and hook up with hot single moms and nannies. (Season 5 episode Is there a Mrs. Waffles?)
    • Peggy Shrew
        • Song by Buddy Howly, Monster Mini-Golf version of Peggy Sue by Buddy Holley, from a framed record on the wall in the creepy WIRD "Weird Radio" DJ booth at the San Antonio Military Drive location.
    • Pelican Brief
        • Unofficial major motion picture theme song rejected by the studio, but featured on the new Ray Parker Jr. album "Except Ghostbusters: Most of the Best of Ray Parker Jr.'s Greatest Hits." (Season 5 episode The End)
    • Pepper People
        • Song by Phoebe Buffay. (Season 4 episode The One With Joey's New Girlfriend)
    • Pervert Parade
        • One of Phoebe's songs that she mentions during dinner when she meets Mike's parents. (Season 9 episode The One With Ross' sInappropriate Song)
    • Phoebe Buffay, What Can I Say? I Loved When We Were Singing Partners And I Shouldn't Have Left You That Way
        • Song by Phoebe's ex-partner Leslie. One of those Look for the hidden meaning songs, according to Phoebe. (Season 3 episode The One With Phoebe's Ex-Partner)
    • Piña Coladaburg
        • Song by Coconut Pete, not to be confused with Margaritaville.
    • Plastic Doll Parts
        • Song by fake 90s alternative rock band Natalie is Freezing, mentioned in Season 6 episode 7 Advanced Safety Feature... "Wait before you go, I know you have every one of Natalie's Freezing CDs, but Abed found some songs by them online that they did for a charity album for homeless skateboarders: Plastic doll parts, wall paper chrysalis, weird blanket."
    • Potty Time
        • Song by Charlie Waffles, Charlie’s new moniker when he records childrens songs to make money and hook up with hot single moms and nannies. (Season 5 episode Is there a Mrs. Waffles?)
    • Prisoner To My Emotions
        • The president plays a song called Prisoner to My Emotions by Traci Jenkins and the Jenkenettes (Season 3 episode The Rickchurian Mortydate)
    • Privileged Boy
        • Lisa competes on Krusty's singing competition Li'l Starmaker. "Not affiliated with American Idol, we've never even heard of American Idol." Auditions held at Springfield Mall. "Warning: We're looking for cute not creepy" Homer writes songs for Lisa until she fires him, and he takes on another contestant named Cameron, also known as Johnny Rainbow. The competition takes place at Krustylu Studios. Lisa writes her own song called Always My Dad, so powerful that she makes the Applause-O-Meter cry battery acid. Homer sabotages Cameron by writing the song Privileged Boy. (Season 16 episode A Star is Torn)
    • Proud To Be A TelAmerican
        • Song Ders sings to recruit college students to TelAmeriCorp. (Season 5 episode Dorm Daze)
    • The Purple Train To Groovy City
        • Song lyrics that Michael writes: "Here's a trippy little ditty ‘bout a train to Groovy City, open up your freaky crystal mind, and we'll have a cosmic good time…" (Season 4 episode Help is Other People)
    • RoboSteckler
        • Robocop reference, joke rapper Jeriko One makes to the cops, specifically Officer Steckler, about the title of his next song.
    • Rock the Red Head
        • Sam Beckett leaps into Geoffrey "Tonic" Mole, the lead singer of English heavy metal band King Thunder (previously known as The Dingles), and known for the songs "Rock the Red Head", "Fate’s Wide Wheel" and "Hot Spot". Sam must keep himself from being killed by an unknown stalker. (Season 3 episode Glitter Rock)
    • Romancing The Stone
        • Unofficial major motion picture theme song rejected by the studio, but featured on the new Ray Parker Jr. album "Except Ghostbusters: Most of the Best of Ray Parker Jr.'s Greatest Hits." (Season 5 episode The End)
    • Rosa, Rosa, Rosa
        • Song by Horatio Velveteen, the musician alter ego of Doug Judy, Jake's nemesis The Pontiac Bandit. (Season 3 episode The Cruise)
    • Rush to Flush
        • Song by Charlie Waffles, Charlie’s new moniker when he records childrens songs to make money and hook up with hot single moms and nannies. (Season 5 episode Is there a Mrs. Waffles?)
    • The RV National Anthem
        • A song consisting of Homer's new RV driving friends that he invited to live in his backyard revving their engines in unison. (Season 16 episode Mobile Homer)
    • Salt Water Taffy Man
        • Song by Phoebe Buffay that Joey mentions. (Season 2 episode The One With the Chicken Pox)
    • The Scorcerer

        • One of the songs on the music chart seen during Bill & Ted's daughters' introduction to the movie is called The Scorcerer on the record label C&W Music Factory.
    • Screamin' Scooch
        • Everett plays Screamin' Scooch, a song by Gabe Gunton on his radio show Highway Hits.
    • Seasons
        • Jeff Ament of Pearl Jam devised a fictitious tracklist for the tape of solo songs that Matt Dillon's character, Cliff Poncier, peddles in the film: Flutter Girl, Missing, Nowhere But You, Seasons and Spoon Man. Chris Cornell of Soundgarden then decided to record actual songs based on the titles.
    • Secretary Of Love
        • Song that Andy writes and performs for Erin on Secretary's Day. (Season 6 episode Secretary's Day)
    • Sex Bears
        • New name for Mouse Rat's song Sex Hair that Andy comes up, in order to make it appropriate for six year olds at Craig's nephew's birthday party. (Season 6 episode Farmers Market)
    • Sex Hair
        • New song by Andy's band Mouse Rat. It's about how you can tell when someone's just had sex 'cause of how their hair gets matted up in the back. (Season 2 episode Galentine's Day) Andy's band plays the song at the Diabetes telethon (Season 2 episode Telethon).
    • Sex In Space
        • Mouse Rat song that Andy wants to play at Craig's nephew's birthday party - it's 20 minutes long, but it's really good. (Season 6 episode Farmers Market)
    • Sexy Marriage Land New record added 9/23/2021
        • Payola recording artist Tabitha Vixx sings a song called Sexy Marriage Land at the ESPY Award ceremony. (Season 17 episode Marge and Homer Turn a Couple Play)
    • Sharp Tin Can
        • Song by Top Disease-y, Monster Mini-Golf version of Sharp Dressed Man by ZZ Top, from a framed record on the wall in the creepy WIRD "Weird Radio" DJ booth at the San Antonio Military Drive location.
    • Shevok'tah Gish
        • Ezri asks Worf which Klingon opera he sang in the escape pod while waiting for rescue, if he sang "Shevok'tah Gish". It was "Gav'ot toH'va". (Season 7 episode Penumbra)
    • She's Such A Groovy Lady
        • Song Martin wrote for Frank Sinatra (Season 3 episode Martin Does It His Way)
    • Shintock Sonnet
        • Luxan songs, often written about great Luxan warrior heroes. (Season 1 episode Thank God It's Friday... Again)
    • Shut Up and Go Home
        • Song by Phoebe that she mentions when performing outside Monica's restaurant, saying that people must have seen her play before because they were requesting a bunch of her songs, including "You Suck" and "Shut Up and Go Home". (Season 9 episode The One With Rachel's Dream)
    • The Silly Banana Song (Love Theme)
        • Sarah Lynn wins an Oscar for Best Original Song, from the movie The Nazi Who Played Yahtzee (Season 3 episode 11 That's Too Much, Man!)
    • Simpsons Christmas Boogie
        • Following the success of their TV show, the Simpsons venture into music, releasing several albums, including Simpsons Boogie, Lovely to Love Your Lovin' and Simpsons Christmas Boogie, which went mega platinum and swept the grammies. (Season 11 episode Behind the Laughter)
    • Single Sung Tingle Tongue Pidge
        • Song from Logan's youth: "And they listened to the Cantata for Bongo in A Minor with all eighty-eight tones clear and deep from the clava drum that only Deutcher 4 could play. And there was Single Sung Tingle Tongue Pidge and Milkbelly and Angerman, the saga of DS with its 103 choruses...
    • Sippy Cup
        • Song by Charlie Waffles, Charlie’s new moniker when he records childrens songs to make money and hook up with hot single moms and nannies. (Season 5 episode Is there a Mrs. Waffles?)
    • Sky Captain And The World Of Tomorrow
        • Unofficial major motion picture theme song rejected by the studio, but featured on the new Ray Parker Jr. album "Except Ghostbusters: Most of the Best of Ray Parker Jr.'s Greatest Hits." (Season 5 episode The End)
    • Sleepy Girl
        • Song Phoebe's father used to sing to her, the inspiration for Smelly Cat. (Season 5 episode The One With Joey's Bag)
    • Smelly Cat
        • Song by Phoebe Buffay. Phoebe teaches professional musician Stephanie Schiffer - played by Chrissie Hynde - how to play her song Smelly Cat. (The One with the Baby on the Bus) Phoebe teaches her new boyfriend Rob - played by Chris Isaak - how to play her song Smelly Cat. (Season 2 The One After the Super Bowl) Phoebe records her song and films a music video. (Season 2 episode The One Where Eddie Moves In) Phoebe sings her classic song during dinner when she meets Mike's parents. (Season 9 episode The One With Ross' sInappropriate Song)
    • Sorcerer
        • Song by fictional band Ellen Aim and the Attackers - actually performed by Laurie Sargent and written by Stevie Nicks.
    • Spoon Man
        • Jeff Ament of Pearl Jam devised a fictitious tracklist for the tape of solo songs that Matt Dillon's character, Cliff Poncier, peddles in the film: Flutter Girl, Missing, Nowhere But You, Seasons and Spoon Man. Chris Cornell of Soundgarden then decided to record actual songs based on the titles.
    • Springfield Blows
        • Rob Reiner’s video to persuade the pro football league to bring a team to Los Angeles includes a generic version of Mann’s Chinese Theater and celebrities singing a song called Springfield Blows. (Season 17 episode Million-Dollar Abie)
    • Stardust
        • Fred and Barney go into the songwriting business, hiring "Scat" Von Roctoven to set their lyrics to music. Unfortunately, Von Roctoven plagiarizes a song called "Stardust". (Season 2 episode The Hit Songwriters)
    • Step Up / Step Up II
        • Unofficial major motion picture theme song rejected by the studio, but featured on the new Ray Parker Jr. album "Except Ghostbusters: Most of the Best of Ray Parker Jr.'s Greatest Hits." (Season 5 episode The End)
    • Sticky Shoes
        • Song by Phoebe and Leslie. (Season 3 episode The One With Phoebe's Ex-Partner)
    • Stop Or My Mom Will Ska
        • Jake and Gina's high school ska band Skalvester Skallone had one song called Stop or My Mom Will Ska. Parody of Sylvester Stallone's movie Stop or My Mom Will Shoot. (Season 6 episode The Tattler)
    • Symphony For The Righteous Destruction Of Humanity In E Minor
        • Song performed with flute by Reasonableist Herb. (Season 4 End of the World)
    • Symphony in G: My Sister Sucks
        • Song by Mozart in Marge's telling of Mozart at the library. (Season 15 episode Margical History Tour)
    • Take Me, ALF, To The Ballgame
        • In 1988, the fast food chain gave away a series of four cardboard record singles with its kids meals, featuring fake songs by ALF: "Melmac Rock," "Melmac Girls," "Cookin' with ALF" and "Take Me, ALF, to the Ballgame."
    • Teach Me
        • One of the songs on the music chart seen during Bill & Ted's daughters' introduction to the movie is called Teach Me on the record label Gail G.
    • Tears in My 'Fro
        • Song by Rembrandt's famous musician counterpart known as the King. (Season 1 episode The King is Back)
        • Rembrant's counterpart's number one fan orders Rambrandt to sing for her, so he sings "Tears in My 'Fro". But she wants to hear "I'd Pawn My Gold Crown For You". (Season 3 episode Double Cross)
        • Quinn sings Rembrandt's hit song while on Aldohn's experiment table on the robot world. (Season 3 episode State of the Art)
    • TelAmerica The Beautiful
        • Song Ders sings to recruit college students to TelAmeriCorp. (Season 5 episode Dorm Daze)
    • Terry Folds
        • Song heard during the end credits… Grab my terry flaps / Squeeze my holdy folds / Hold my goldy folds / Grab my foldy tolls / Grab my terry flap holds / Grab my terryfolds / Hold my foldy folds / Hold my terryfolds (Season 3 episode 6 Rest and Ricklaxation)
    • That Which Binds Us Through Time: The Chemical, Physical and Biological Nature of Love: An Exploration of The Meaning of Meaning, Part One
        • Bill & Ted's attempt to write the dong that unites the world, performed at Missy's wedding to Ted's little brother.
    • There Ain't No Bottle In All The World Like That Dear Little Bottle Of Mine
        • Song played at the Westminster Abbey Cabaret: They entered. The air seemed hot and somehow breathless with the scent of ambergris and sandalwood. On the domed ceiling of the hall, the colour organ had momentarily painted a tropical sunset. The Sixteen Sexophonists were playing an old favourite: "There ain't no Bottle in all the world like that dear little Bottle of mine."
    • This Hand Is Your Hand
        • Song that Joey writes for his hand twin that he meets in Las Vegas. (Season 5 episode The One in Vegas)
    • Tighten Up
        • When Bart wants to go work for Krusty, Homer tells Bart the story of his first after school job, which he describes as playing in a band outside Giuseppe's Pizza. Homer: "Hello, everybody. I'm Archie Bell, and I'm also The Drells. We got a new song called 'Tighten Up,' and this is the music you tighten up with."
    • Titties In My Mouth
        • Rap song: "Titty titties in my tummy, yum Titties in my mouth, I got titties in my mouth, I got tig ol' bitties from a bunch of different cities I got titties in my mouth." (Season 2 episode I'm Retired)
    • Tokyo Heartache
        • Song that plays at the bar on Adam and Amanda's first date. Well, Amanda's first date with Adam 5.0. "I wanna feel it again!" (Season 1 episode Matchmaker)
    • Tonight Is What It Means To Be Young
        • Song by fictional band Ellen Aim and the Attackers - actually performed by Laurie Sargent.
    • Too Pale To Cry
        • Song on Death's album The Lonely Surfer. According to Bill & Ted's daughters, they love the last three bars before the chorus.
    • Total Eclipse Of The Fart
        • Song parody by Michael Scott, based on Total Eclipse of the Fart by Bonnie Tyler. (Season 4 episode Goodbye, Toby)
    • Treat Time
        • One of the songs on the music chart seen during Bill & Ted's daughters' introduction to the movie is called Treat Time on the record label Deaf Jim.
    • Tropical Heat
        • One of the songs on the music chart seen during Bill & Ted's daughters' introduction to the movie is called Tropical Heat on the record label Pop Sub.
    • Trouble New record added 9/23/2021
        • Payola recording artist Tabitha Vixx sings the national anthem - and her hit song Trouble - when the Springfield Isotopes play the Cosmos/Cosmopolitans at Isotope Stadium, another team in the Tornado Belt League. (Season 17 episode Marge and Homer Turn a Couple Play)
    • Tuna N' Zak
        • One of the songs on the music chart seen during Bill & Ted's daughters' introduction to the movie is called Tuna N' Zak on the record label Caption Records.
    • Turning Teeth
        • Sam decodes a hidden message in the lyrics of the Jesus and the Brides of Dracula song "Turning Teeth". The message: "Rub Dean's and wait under Newton". He later confronts Jesus, who admits that he didn't actually write the song, that the record label gave it to him to record. Sam figures out that it was written by the Songwriter.
    • Twelve Years A Slave
        • Unofficial major motion picture theme song rejected by the studio, but featured on the new Ray Parker Jr. album "Except Ghostbusters: Most of the Best of Ray Parker Jr.'s Greatest Hits." (Season 5 episode The End)
    • Two Of Them Kissed Last Night
        • Phoebe's new song, about a love triangle between three people she made up. (Season 2 episode The One With the List)
    • Vanilla Village
        • White people's version of Parliament Funkadelic's song Chocolate City, in an alternate history where black slaves revolted and took over the country. (Season 5 episode The End)
    • Viet-Wow
        • Song featured in the musical Platunes at Oliver Stoneland. They are true professionals. They're cynical, angry, fed up, and great skaters (Episode Sarah Jessica Parker)
    • Wall Paper Chrysalis
        • Song by fake 90s alternative rock band Natalie is Freezing, mentioned in Season 6 episode 7 Advanced Safety Feature... "Wait before you go, I know you have every one of Natalie's Freezing CDs, but Abed found some songs by them online that they did for a charity album for homeless skateboarders: Plastic doll parts, wall paper chrysalis, weird blanket."
    • Waltz Of The Christian Shit Farmers
        • One of the three songs that Jesus tells Sam the record label forced him to record.
    • Weddings Are Nice
        • Song by The 5th Dimension that Homer sings along to while taking Bart and Milhouse to school. The 5th Dimension did have a song called Wedding Bell Blues. (Season 13 episode The Parent Rap)
    • Weekend Daddy
        • Song by Charlie Waffles, Charlie’s new moniker when he records childrens songs to make money and hook up with hot single moms and nannies. (Season 5 episode Is there a Mrs. Waffles?)
    • Weeping Wall of Tears
        • Song by Rembrandt's famous musician counterpart known as the King - the encore of his live performance. (Season 1 episode The King is Back)
    • Weird Blanket
        • Song by fake 90s alternative rock band Natalie is Freezing, mentioned in Season 6 episode 7 Advanced Safety Feature... "Wait before you go, I know you have every one of Natalie's Freezing CDs, but Abed found some songs by them online that they did for a charity album for homeless skateboarders: Plastic doll parts, wall paper chrysalis, weird blanket."
    • Wet Sheets in the Morning
        • Song by Charlie Waffles, Charlie’s new moniker when he records childrens songs to make money and hook up with hot single moms and nannies. (Season 5 episode Is there a Mrs. Waffles?)
    • We're sending our love down the well
        • Song that Krusty, Sting and lost of other celebrities record to benefit Timmy O'Toole, the little boy that Bart tricks the town into thinking fell down a well. (Season 3 episode Radio Bart)
    • When Mommy and Daddy Wrestle
        • Song by Charlie Waffles, Charlie’s new moniker when he records childrens songs to make money and hook up with hot single moms and nannies. (Season 5 episode Is there a Mrs. Waffles?)
    • Where Are You?
        • One of the songs on the music chart seen during Bill & Ted's daughters' introduction to the movie is called Where are You? on the record label T. Williams.
    • Who Barfed in the Fishbowl?
        • Song by Charlie Waffles, Charlie’s new moniker when he records childrens songs to make money and hook up with hot single moms and nannies. (Season 5 episode Is there a Mrs. Waffles?)
    • Who Cut the Cheese?
        • Song by Charlie Waffles, Charlie’s new moniker when he records childrens songs to make money and hook up with hot single moms and nannies. (Season 5 episode Is there a Mrs. Waffles?)
    • Who Got Next On This Blackberry Pie?
        • Song by Mother Majesty. (Season 4 episode Alien Imposters)
    • Who Left The Milk Out?
        • Marge and Maggie listens to the radio station Radio Disney in the car, featuring the songs you live rewritten for babies, such as "Who Left the Milk Out?" instead of "Who Let the Dogs Out?". (Season 14 episode Large Marge)
    • Who Moved the Reindeer?
        • Joke song Charlie sings when Alan's new nester girlfriend gets up set over someone moving her reindeer Christmas decorations. (Season 3 episode Santa's Village of the Damned)
    • Who Stole My Woman?
        • Song by Rembrandt's famous musician counterpart known as the King. (Season 1 episode The King is Back)
    • Whore No More
        • Song by Allison's band Munchausen by Proxy.
    • You All Everybody
        • Song by Charlie's band Drive Shaft from Lost. (Season 4 episode The Awful Truth)
        • Hit song by Drive Shaft - Charlie sings the chorus to Kate (Pilot episode) Charlie's brother sings the chorus that Charlie's supposed to sing when Drive Shaft performs the song live. (Season 1 episode The Moth)
    • You Blister My Paint
        • Pop singer. Alex: "The stereo was on and you got the idea that the singer's goloss was moving from one part of thebar to another, flying up to the ceiling and then swooping down again and whizzing from wall to wall. It was Berti Laski rasping a real starry oldie called 'You Blister My Paint'.
    • You Don't Know Me
        • Song by Eduard's wife Elisa Montcalm in a universe in which they did not get married and she becomes a singing star. (Season 1 episode It Is And It Isn't)
    • You Need Us
        • Song by rock band the Mosquitoes, performed live at their concert in the original version of the episode. (episode Don't Bug the Mosquitoes)
    • You Oughta Know (by Nick Webber)
        • Song Nick Webber steals from Alanis Morissette and makes it his own before she can record it.
    • You Suck
        • Song by Phoebe that she mentions when performing outside Monica's restaurant, saying that people must have seen her play before because they were requesting a bunch of her songs, including "You Suck" and "Shut Up and Go Home". (Season 9 episode The One With Rachel's Dream)
    • You'll Never Truly Vanish
        • Song that Starlight sings at Translucent's funeral. (Season 2 episode The Big Ride)
    • Zander Co.
        • One of the songs on the music chart seen during Bill & Ted's daughters' introduction to the movie is called Lizzie on the record label Zander Co.
    • Ziggy Piggy Waiters
        • One of the songs on the music chart seen during Bill & Ted's daughters' introduction to the movie is called Ziggy Piggy Waiters on the record label Joce.

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