Good Song – Map

Here is the complete identity for each of the songs from last Thursday’s Good Song posting.


Verse 1

Butterfly Lake – Paule Masse
Indian Lake – The Cowsills
Night Flight – Led Zeppelin
Harvest Moon – Pink Floyd
Moonlight in Vermont  – Linda Ronstadt
Three Flights Up­  – Nanci Griffith
Hangdog Hotel Room – Gordon Lightfoot
Room to Move – John Mayall
Plan Your Revolution ­– John Mayall
Rocky Racoon – The Beatles
All The Young Dudes – Mott the Hoople
Gasoline Alley – Rod Stewart

Verse 2

Poison Ivy – The Rolling Stones
Going to New York­ – Jimmy Reed
When the Sun is Shining – Jimmy Reed
One Bourbon, One Scotch, One Beer – John Lee Hooker
Jambalaya – Hank Williams
Home Grown Tomatoes – John Denver (Higher Ground)
Bad Brahma Bull – Chris Ledoux
Grazin’ in the Grass – Hugh Masakela
White Lightin’ – George Jones
Jim Dandy ­– Black Oak Arkansas
Main Street­ – Bob Segar
Hurricane Drunk – Florence and the Machine
Love Drunk – Charlotte Church
Stoned Immaculate – The Doors
Pretty Little Adriana – Vince Gill

Verse 3

Black Skies – Ginger Baker
Black Water ­ – The Doobie Brothers
Black Country Woman – Led Zeppelin
Back to Black – Amy Winehouse
Black Mountain Blues – Bessie Smith
Black Mare Blues – Big Bill Broonzy
A Long Black Veil­ – Burl Ives/The Band
A Long Black Train – Josh Turner
Black Coffee – Humble Pie
Black Velvet – Alannah Myles
Black Jack Davy – Steeleye Span
Black Diamond Bay – Bob Dylan

Verse 4

Oklahoma Hills – Tex Ritter, Jack Guthrie, Arlo Guthrie
Smokin’ – Boston
Sioux City Sue – Tex Ritter
Smokin’ in the Boy’s Room – Brownsville Station/Motley Crue
Going up the Country – Canned Heat
The Hanging Garden – The Cure
Sugar Magnolia – The Grateful Dead
Garden of Eden­ – Country Joe McDonald
In-A-Gadda-Da-Vida – Iron Butterfly
String of Pearls – Glenn Miller
Delta Lady – Leon Russell
Cryin’ – Don McLean
Dirty Deeds Done Dirt Cheep – ACDC
I Fought the Law – Bobby Fuller Four/The Clash/Kris & Rita
‘Buked and Scorned – Odetta

Verse 5

Maggie May – Rod Stewart
Chelsea Morning – Joni Mitchell
Amie­ – Pure Prairie League
Angie – The Rolling Stones
Brandy – The Left Banke
Jean­ – Oliver
Little Jeanie – Elton John
Rene – The Small Faces
Melissa­ – The Allman Brothers
Winter Time – The Steve Miller Band
Oak Fire – Lee Michaels
Smoke of a Distant Fire – John Townsend (Sanford-Townsend Band)
Mama Lou – Rita Coolidge
Betty Lou­ – David Michael Jackson
Peggy Sue – Buddy Holly
Runaround Sue – Dion
Leather Angel – Black Oak Arkansas
Clair – Gilbert O’Sullivan
Denise, Denise – Randy and the Rainbows
Judy in Disguise – John Fred & His Playboy Band
Lucy in the Sky with Diamonds – The Beatles
Layla – Eric Clapton
Susanne – Leonard Cohen
My Cherie Amour – Stevie Wonder
Mandy – Barry Manilow
Candy Girl – Frankie Valli & The Four Seasons
Roxanne – Sting
Mean Street – Van Halen
Sylvie – Harry Belafonte
Matilda­ – Harry Belafonte
Sulky Girl – Elvis Costello
Pretty Girl – The Yardbirds
Border Town Girl – Los Lobos
Cinnamon Girl – Neil Young
Mountain Girl – Judy Collins
Naughty Girl –  Mac Davis
Danville Girl – Woody Guthrie
Good Girls – Johnny Cougar (John Mellencamp)
Beautiful Girls – Van Halen
West End Girls – Pet Shop Boys
Girls on Film – Duran Duran
Girls, Girls, Girls – Sailor
Last of the American Girls – Green Day

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