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El Chuxter

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BCJ, this is too easy, so I'll double your quota:

Weird Al: My Baby's in Love With Eddie Vedder
The Little Willies: Lou Reed
Bree Sharp: David Duchovny
The Eagles: James Dean
Elton John: I Feel Like a Bullet in the Gun of Robben Ford
Mojo Nixon: Debbie Gibson Is Pregnant with My Two-Headed Love Child

Name at least five second-generation pop or rock musicians who have achieved enough success to have at least one major-label album?
 

CaptainSolo1138

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Dweezil Zappa
Jakob Dylan
Julian Lennon
Ziggy Marley
Matthew and Gunnar Nelson

And to add to the answer to BCJ's question:
"Clint Eastwood"- The Gorillaz
"Buddy Holly"- Weezer
"Ralph Wiggum"- Bloodhound Gang
 

Bel-Cam Jos

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Actually, it wasn't as easy as you thought, Chux. You had to think of the three that I was thinking of as correct, and they were:

"Bette Davis Eyes"
"Clint Eastwood" (congrats, Cappy)
"Joltin' Joe DiMaggio" (although since this was written for him and about while he lived, I was prepared to have someone dispute it with me)

Take that! :p
 

Bel-Cam Jos

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Rocketboy said:
It was Biloxi.
Yay! And I'm stealing your prize for that correct answer and starting a new one.

Can you complete these "calendars?" Song titles (with artists) that include the following days and months:

Sunday
Monday
Tuesday
Wednesday
Thursday
Friday
Saturday

January
Februrary
March
April
May
June
July
August
September
October
November
December
 

El Chuxter

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A Sunday Kind of Love: Etta James
Monday, Monday: The Mamas and the Papas
Tuesday's Gone: Lynyrd Skynyrd
Waiting for Wednesday: Lisa Loeb and Nine Stories
Thursday...
Friday, I'm in Love: The Cure
Saturday in the Park: Chicago

January...
February...
March...
April, Come She Will: Simon and Garfunkel
May...
June...
July...
August and Everything After: The Counting Crows
September...
October...
November Rain: GnFnR
December... especially bad that I'm blanking on this one at fricking Christmastime!
 

Kidhuman

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A Sunday Kind of Love: Etta James
Monday, Monday: The Mamas and the Papas
Tuesday's Gone: Lynyrd Skynyrd
Waiting for Wednesday: Lisa Loeb and Nine Stories
Thursday...
Friday, I'm in Love: The Cure
Saturday in the Park: Chicago
Rainy Days and Mondays - Carpenters
Thursday - Thursday Cranes
Saturday - Elton John

January...
February...
March...
April, Come She Will: Simon and Garfunkel
May...
June...
July...
August and Everything After: The Counting Crows
September...
October...
November Rain: GnFnR
December...
January Friend - Goo Goo Dolls
February Stars - Foo Fighters
March of the Pigs - NIN
April - Done
May - Maggie May - Rod Stewart
June - 7 days in sunny June - Jamiroqui
July - July Morning - Uriah Heep
August - Done
September - Wake me up Wen September Ends - GReen Day
October - October Nights - Yellowcard
November - Done
December 1963(Oh what a night) -Four Seasons
 

Mad Slanted Powers

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Yay! And I'm stealing your prize for that correct answer and starting a new one.

Can you complete these "calendars?" Song titles (with artists) that include the following days and months:
Sunday - "Sunday Bloody Sunday" - U2
Monday - "Blue Monday" - Fats Domino
Tuesday - "Tuesday Afternoon" - Moody Blues
Wednesday - "Wednesday" - Tori Amos
Thursday -
Friday - "Black Friday" - Steely Dan
Saturday - "Saturday Night" - Bay City Rollers

KH, I think the Elton John song is actually "Saturday Night's All Right For Fighting"

January - "Black-Dove (January)" - Tori Amos
Februrary -
March -
April -
May -
June -
July -
August -
September - "September" - Earth, Wind & Fire
October - "October" - U2
November -
December - "A Long December" - Counting Crows (You should have got this one Chux since you already mentioned Counting Crows)

August and Everything After is an album title as far as I know, not a song title.
 

Bel-Cam Jos

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Medieval Woman? All the others are songs, but I'm not familiar with that one, unless you mean ELO's "Evil Woman".
I have fallen victim to one more "misheard lyrics" scam. You're right, MSP. In this thread section, a BSLOS is the only way out:

"Fingers snappin,'
Hands clappin,'
My mouth rappin,'
Talkin' 'bout our cold lappin.'
Shut up and do the whop."