September 5, 2013

Oh!

What songs do you have in your iTunes that begin with "Oh"? Don't add or subtract anything. I'll go first:

Oh Baby Doll, Chuck Berry   
Oh Boy!, Buddy Holly
Oh Did I Love A Dream, Incredible String Band  
Oh Gee, Oh Gosh, The Kodoks
Oh Gin, The Velvet Underground  
Oh Gosh, Donovan
Oh Happy Day, Dion
Oh how we wish we were kids again, Ute Lemper   
Oh Just Suppose, Ute Lemper        
Oh My Love,  John Lennon 
Oh No, Frank Zappa & The Mothers Of Invention
Oh Sherrie, Steve Perry
Oh What a World, Rufus Wainwright   
Oh Yeah, Bryan Ferry & Roxy Music  
Oh Yoko!, John Lennon       
Oh, Goddamnit, Hot Hot Heat   
Oh, Had I A Golden Thread, Eva Cassidy     
Oh, Lady Be Good, Ella Fitzgerald  
Oh, Me, Nirvana        
Oh, Sweet Mary, Big Brother & The Holding Company
Oh, Yeah, Maybe, Baby, The Crystals
Oh!, The Breeders
Oh! Darling,  The Beatles   
Oh! Sweet Nuthin', The Velvet Underground
Spare me your "O" songs, all that "O Mimi" stuff and so forth. We're speaking English here.

70 comments:

Dopey said...

Oh Carol - Neil Sedaka

MadisonMan said...

What is this 'iTunes' of which you speak?

I have Oh Susanna on the Victrola right now.

Administrator said...

Oh Happy Day - Edwin Hawkins Singers

Oh my darling Clementine - The Sweptaways

Oh, Pretty Woman - Roy Orbison

Oh Girl - The Chi-Lites

Henry said...

I don't iTune, but in my Spotify playlists I have:

Oh Comely by Neutral Milk Hotel
Oh Marcello by Regina Spektor

and

O LeĆ£ozinhom, covered by Beirut. O is Oh in Brazil

Farmer said...

Oh Baby Doll - Chuck Berry
Oh, Boy! - Buddy Holly
Oh Carolina - Cheap Trick
Oh Christmas Tree - Don Janse Chorale
Oh Come Angel Band - Johnny Cash
Oh How To Do Now - The Monks
Oh Me, Oh My (Dreams In My Arms) - Al Green
Oh Nina - The Muffs
Oh Oh I Love Her So - Ramones
Oh Shit! - The Buzzcocks
Oh Where, Oh Where Is Love? - The Kinks
Oh, Boy! - Off Broadway
Oh Bury Me Not - Johnny Cash
Oh Candy - Cheap Trick
Oh, Just Have Some Faith In Me - MTX
Oh, Pretty Woman - Roy Orbison
Oh, What A Dream - Johnny Cash
Oh! Darling - The Beatles
Oh Where Oh Where Has My Little Dog Gone - Countdown Kids

And probably about 120 more from various operas.

Unknown said...

Oh, How Happy You Have Me Shades of Blue

Oh, Pretty Woman (yes, the actual title of the song) - Roy Orbison

American Liberal Elite said...

"Ohio"

Ann Althouse said...

I have a lot of old vinyl, and I didn't replace everything onto CDs or even put all my CDs into my iTunes collection. It's kind of hit or miss what I happen to have.

I went into my iTunes this morning because, writing that Dylan post, I wanted to play "One More Cup of Coffee," but I don't have it in digital form and I don't think I have the CD, just the vinyl.

Ann Althouse said...

"Ohio"

Good point. Actually, I have that too.

policraticus said...

Oh Carolina,The Folkes Brothers & Count Ossie
Oh God, Annie Lennox
Oh Lately It's So Quiet,OK Go
Oh No! Not my baby. Dusty Springfield
Oh The Warm Feeling, Van Morrison
Oh What a Day, Ingrid Michaelson
Oh What A Night For Dancing, Barry White
Oh! Look At Me Now Frank Sinatra
Oh, Lady Be Good Erroll Garner

Tank said...

Well, if you're counting Ohio, I have one.

Bob R said...

In addition to songs mention above -

Oh Atlanta, Little Feat
Oh Baby, Don't Loose Your Lip On Me, James Taylor
Oh Sleeper, The Angels
Oh, Good Grief!, Wynton Marsalis
Oh, I Apologize, Lonnie Mack
Oh Mama Come Home, Jacob Dylan

Crunchy Frog said...

Lots of Christian rock on my ipod...

Oh Angie - Neal Morse
Oh Come All Ye Faithful - Casting Crowns
Oh Holy Night - Relient K
Oh Lord My God - Neal Morse
Oh My Dear - Tenth Avenue North
Oh My God - Jars Of Clay
Oh Yeah - Chickenfoot
Oh! Gravity - Switchfoot
Oh, To Feel Him - Neal Morse
Ohio - Neal Young

I have a bunch more that just have "O" as the first word, mostly Christmas stuff.

Kevin said...

Oh Bondage, Up Yours!, X-Ray Spex
Oh Daddy, Fleetwood Mac
Oh England My Lionheart, Kate Bush
Oh Girl, The Chi-Lites
Oh Marcello, Regina Spektor
Oh My Lover, PJ Harvey
Oh Nina, The Muffs
Oh No!, Marina & The Diamonds
Oh Oh I Love Her So, The Ramones
Oh The Wind And Rain, Helium
Oh To Be In Love, Kate Bush
Oh Yeah, Bat For Lashes
Oh!, Sleater-Kinney
Oh! Darling, The Beatles
Oh, Bury Me Not, Johnny Cash

I also have Neil Young doing Ohio, fwiw.

Kevin said...

This topic was worth it if only for the discovery that yes, iTunes can export to Excel.

Ctmom4 said...

Oh What a Night - The Dells
December 1963( Oh What A Night) Four Seasons ( does that count?)
oh, My My -?

Ctmom4 said...

Oh, My My was Ringo - I thought it was The Traveling Willburys

Martin said...

105 songs! -- a few of them in multiple versions.

If I can figure out how to cut and paste out of iTunes, I'll do so, but right now I'll just mention 3 of my favourites:

Oh Bondage, Up Yours! by X-Ray Spex

Oh Carolina - the original by the Folkes Brothers, and the dancehall version by Shaggy

Oh You Pretty Things by Dave Bowie

William said...

Lyricists like soft, open vowels. That's why German lyricists end up bitter and frustrated. You can't go wrong starting a song with Oh. Someone should write a musical comedy version of The Story of O.

campy said...

Oh Lady, Be Good
Oh! Look at Me Now
Oh, But I Do
Oh, Come to the Ball
Oh, How I Hate To Get Up in the Morning
Oh, How I Miss You Tonight
Oh, What a Beautiful Mornin'

Jason said...

Counting "O" as well as "Oh,"

O Come O Come, Emmanuel - Alexis Cole
O Dheara, 'Sheanduine - Danu
O Murchu's Hornpipe/Sliabh Geal gCua Na Felie - The Chieftains
O'Callaghan's/Scarta Glen - Tommy Peoples
O'Callaghan's/Madam, If You Please - Dan Isaacson
O'Carolan's Welcome/Rolling in the Rye Grass - Lunasa
O'Connell's March - Martin Hayes
O'Connell's Farewell to Dublin - Sean Keane
O'Dowd's/Chicago Reel - Tommy Peoples
O'Flynn's Fancy - Brian Conway
O'Neill's Jigs - Winifred Horan & Friends
O'Reilly's Favorite - Jesse Smith

But only one "Oh,":
Oh, Atlanta - Alison Krauss and Union Station

vicari valdez said...

oddly, only one:

"oh! oh! oh!" by the cigarettes.

Mr. D said...

I have a lot of them --

Oh Baby Doll, Chuck Berry
Oh Daddy, Fleetwood Mac
Oh Girl, the Chi-Lites
Oh How I'd Miss You, Marvin Gaye/Tammi Terrell
Oh Me Oh My, Aretha Franklin
Oh My Love, John Lennon
Oh No Not My Baby, Maxine Brown
Oh No Not My Baby, Rod Stewart
Oh Very Young, Cat Stevens
Oh Yeah, Los Lobos
Oh Yeah, Roxy Music
Oh Yeah, Shadows of Knight
Oh Yeah, Yello
Oh Yoko, John Lennon
Oh Boy, Buddy Holly
Oh, Good Grief, Vince Guaraldi Trio
Oh, Lady Be Good, Ella Fitzgerald
Oh, Lady Be Good, Lester Young
Oh, Lonesome Me, Ray Charles
Oh, Pretty Woman, Roy Orbison
Oh, Sweet Mary, Big Brother and the Holding Company
Oh! Baby, Benny Goodman
Oh! By Jingo, Chet Atkins
Oh! Carol, Neil Sedaka
Oh! Look at Me Now, Bobby Darin
Oh! My Pa-Pa, Eddie Fisher
Ohio, CSNY

mrs. e said...

Oh Daddy - Fleetwood Mac
Oh What a Thrill - Rockpile
Oh Yeah - Wild Flag

Joseph of FP said...

Oh My Goth! - Razed in Black
Oh, You've Come Undone - Unter Null

Deborah said...

Just 3 in my itunes library.
Oh Boy- Buddy Holly
Oh What a Night Frankie Vali
Oh La La Sue Fenton( a french language song)

bannis4 said...

Oh, Bury Me Not-- Johnny Cash
Oh, Atlanta-- Alison Krauss
Oh, Agamemnon-- Crooked Still
Oh Yeah-- Eliyahu&Qadim Ensemble
Oh Ye Must Be Born Again-- Daily&Vincent
Oh No, John-- Red Army Ensemble
Oh Me, Oh My-- Abigail Washburn& The Sparrow Quartet
Oh Me, Oh My (I'm a Fool for You Baby)-- Aretha Franklin
Oh Mary Don't You Weep-- The Klezmatics
Oh Lord, Stand By Me-- Original Five Blind Boys of Alabama
Oh Lord, Remember Me-- Jubille Gospel Team & Deep River..
Oh Lord We Praise You-- Richard Smallwood & Vision
Oh Death, Where is Thy Sting-- Rev. J.M. Gates
Oh Death-- Ralph Stanly&Clinch Mountain Boys
Oh Cumberland-- Batraca Bserg

Paul Worthington said...

Oh - The Cold
Oh - Fidlar
Oh Baby Doll - Chuck Berry
Oh Boy! - Buddy Holly & The Crickets
Oh Boy! - She & Him
Oh Chico - Nu Beams
Oh Daddy - Fleetwood Mac
Oh Darling - Bela Fleck
Oh Father - Giant Drag
Oh Father - Madonna
Oh Ghost - Pairs
Oh Happy Day - Etta James
Oh Heart - Jill Barber
Oh I Never Know - Sarasvati
Oh L'amour - Erasure
Oh Let's Do It - Lil Wayne
Oh Linda! - Gramercy Riffs
Oh Marie - Sheryl Crow
Oh Me, Oh My - Imogen Heap
Oh Mississippi - Lissie
Oh My - Gin Wigmore
Oh My God - Mark Ronson Ft. Lily Allen
Oh My God - Pink Feat. Peaches
Oh My Lover - Hutchinson
Oh No - Girl Talk
Oh No - Gogol Bordello
Oh No! - Marina & The Diamonds
Oh Oh Oh - Cigarettes
Oh Phoney - Morrissey
Oh Sailor - Fiona Apple
Oh Say Can You See - Lana Del Rey
Oh To Be In Love - Kate Bush
Oh Well - Fiona Apple
Oh Yeah - Foxygen
Oh Yeah - Johnny A.
Oh Yeah By The Way - Over The Rhine
Oh, Bangladesh - Liz Phair
Oh, George - Foo Fighters
Oh, Maker - Janelle Monae
Oh, Mama, Come Home - Jakob Dylan
Oh, So Surreal - Otep
Oh! Darling - The Beatles
Oh! Gravity - Switchfoot
(Oh) Pretty Woman - Van Halen
Ohio - Patty Griffin
Ohne Dich - Rammstein

Michael said...

No Unchained Melody?

"Oh, my love, my darling..."

LarryK said...

Oh Bondage Up Yours! - X Ray Spex
Oh So Sexy - Robinella
Oh, Bury Me Not - Johnny Cash
Oh, Maker - Janelle Monae

iPhone only - don't have access to whole iTunes library at the moment...

LoafingOaf said...

Don't feel like checking ITunes (where I only have a tiny portion of my collection anyway), so off the top of my head plus ones others listed that I know I have....

"Oh Well, I'll Never Lear" - Morrissey
"Oh My Golly!" - Pixies
"Oh, Pretty Woman" - Roy Orbison
"Oh!" - The Breeders
"Oh Oh I love her So" - Ramones
"Oh Bondage Up Yours!" - X-Ray Spex
"Oh Bury Me Not" - Johnny Cash
"Oh, Yeah, Maybe, Baby" - The Crystals
"Oh What A Night" - Wyclef Jean
"Oh Word?" - Beastie Boys

Sayyid said...

I honestly can't tell. Is the original post facetious? It reads like a bad parody.

Misinforminimalism said...

Henry, we should compare notes. NMT, Regina, and Beirut? You're definitely on the right track.

Can't check my full library, but on my phone right now I have:

Oh Marcello - Regina Spektor
Oh Me Oh My - Imogen Heap
Oh What a Day - Ingrid Michaelson
Oh, Lonesome Me - M. Ward

jimbino said...

Oh Shenandoah
Oh Tannenbaum
Oh Be Joyful

Misinforminimalism said...

Henry, I think your iTunes and mine might get along great.

Don't have my whole library here, but on my phone I've got:

Oh, Lonesome Me - M. Ward
Oh Marcello - Regina Spektor
Oh Me, Oh My - Imogen Heap
Oh What a Day - Ingrid Michaelson

Mark said...

Just one - Oh Yeah, by Yello.

bwebster said...

Oh Baby, Don't You Loose Your Lip On Me
Oh Brother
Oh Come All Ye Faithful
Oh Come Oh Come Emmanuel
Oh Holy Night
Oh Industry
Oh Johnny, Oh Johnny Oh
Oh Little Town Of Bethlehem
Oh Look At Me Now
Oh Lord Thou Hast Searched Me
Oh My Love
Oh Tannenbaum
Oh Very Young
Oh What A Beautiful Morning
Oh! Darling
Oh! Ma-Ma!
Oh! Susanna
Oh, Had I a Golden Thread
Oh, Rock My Sou
Oh, What Do You Do in the Summertime
Oh, What It Seemed To Be

Doesn't include those that begin with "O".

LordSomber said...

Oh! Didn't I Say - Gary Numan/Tubeway Army

Oh How Happy - Del Shannon

O Superman - Laurie Anderson

Rebecca said...

Oh Daddy - Fleetwood Mac
Oh Yes - Whitney Houston
Oh! Darling - The Beatles
Oh Set a Fire - Carrie Rodriguez
Oh, Agememnon - Crooked Still
Oh, John, Oh - Linda Connell Studley

J. Farmer said...

Oh Daddy, Fleetwood Mac
Oh Father, Madonna
Oh God (Prayer), Annie Lennox
Oh Very Young, Cat Stevens
Oh Well OK, Elliott Smith
Oh What A Night, The Dells
Oh, Pretty Woman, Roy Orbinson

mikeski said...

The Van Halen cover of the Roy Orbison song comes up as "(Oh) Pretty Woman".

Also, "Oh l'Amour" - Erasure

TML said...

Oh -Dave Matthews
Oh, Darling -Bela Fleck
Oh, Darling -John Pizzarelli
Oh Gee!-Oh Joy! -Michael Feisntein
Oh God of Loveliness -Beth Nielsen Chapman
Oh Gosh -Donovan
Oh How My Heat Beats For You -John Pizzarelli
Oh life (Must be more) -Alan Parsons
Oh Little Town of Bethlehem -Tracy Silvermans
Oh No -Girl Talk
OH NO NOT SUSAN -ELO
Oh The Warm Feeling -Van Morrison
Oh Very Young -Yusuf Islam
Oh well maybe -The Grays
Oh Yoko -John Lennon
Oh, Linda -Gordon Lightfoot
Oh! -The Breeders
Oh, Darling -The Beatles

TML said...

Will we get at least one song common to every poster with a list? The excitement is killing me!

timkb4cq said...

No iTunes here, but my mpd system has:

Oh Life (There must be more) - Alan Parsons Project
Oh, What A Night For Dancing - Barry White
Oh! Darling - The Beatles
Oh Darling - Bela Fleck & The Flecktones
Ohio - CSNY
Oh! You Pretty Things - David Bowie
Oh Diane - Fleetwood Mac
Oh Daddy - Fleetwood Mac
Oh-Oh, I'm Falling In Love Again - Jimmie Rodgers
Oh My Love - John Lennon
Oh Yoko - John Lennon
Oh, Lonesome Me - Neil Young
Oh, What a Beautiful Mornin' - Nelson Eddy
Oh When... - Peter Frampton
Oh, Pretty Woman - Roy Orbison
Oharabushi - Jean-Pierre Rampal

SeanF said...

Oh Come All Ye Faithful - Twisted Sister
Oh Darling - Supertramp
Oh Holy Night - Celine Dion, Jewel, Martina McBride
Oh Sheila - Ready for the World
Oh Woe is Me - Joan Jett & the Blackhearts

David said...

"Kevin said...
This topic was worth it if only for the discovery that yes, iTunes can export to Excel."

Agreed.

Dan said...

Oh Claire - Cheap Trick
Oh Darling - Supertramp
Oh fool, that flee-est My hallow'd joys! - The Mikado
Oh Tara - The Knack

mgarbowski said...

Excluding any track I see already listed:
Oh L'Amour - Erasure
Oh No - Girl Talk
Oh Shit! - The Buzzcocks

The Dustinator said...

Oh Fine, French Kicks, The Trial Of The Century
Oh God, Where Are You Now? (In Pickeral Lake? Pigeon? Marquette? Mackinaw?), Sufjan Stevens, Greetings From Michigan: The Great Lakes State
Oh How The Years Go By, Amy Grant, House Of Love
Oh Marie, Sheryl Crow, Sheryl Crow
Oh Mother, Christina Aguilera, Back To Basics [Disc 1]
Oh My God, Jars Of Clay, The Essential Jars Of Clay (Disc 2)
Oh! Darling, Dana Fuchs & Martin Luther McCoy, Across The Universe [Disc 2]
Oh! Susanna, Carly Simon, Into White
Oh, Atlanta, Little Feat, Feats Don't Fail Me Now
Oh, Pretty Woman, Roy Orbison, Pretty Woman Soundtrack

The Dustinator said...

Oh Fine, French Kicks, The Trial Of The Century
Oh God, Where Are You Now? (In Pickeral Lake? Pigeon? Marquette? Mackinaw?), Sufjan Stevens, Greetings From Michigan: The Great Lakes State
Oh How The Years Go By, Amy Grant, House Of Love
Oh Marie, Sheryl Crow, Sheryl Crow
Oh Mother, Christina Aguilera, Back To Basics [Disc 1]
Oh My God, Jars Of Clay, The Essential Jars Of Clay (Disc 2)
Oh! Darling, Dana Fuchs & Martin Luther McCoy, Across The Universe [Disc 2]
Oh! Susanna, Carly Simon, Into White
Oh, Atlanta, Little Feat, Feats Don't Fail Me Now
Oh, Pretty Woman, Roy Orbison, Pretty Woman Soundtrack

Michelle Dulak Thomson said...

Well, I don't know whether Scots counts as "English," but I have all of Haydn's Scottish folksong settings, as well as some of Beethoven's and Weber's, and there are some "O"s in there. Haydn's "O can ye sew cushions?" is probably the best-known one. Some of the others really are in Scots, though. The person who did the annotations for the Haydn really went to town footnoting all the unfamiliar (to non-Scots, anyway) vocabulary in the texts, many but not all of which are by Burns.

Then there's the English folksong "O waly, waly," (otherwise known by its first line, "The water is wide"). I have a couple of simple arrangements of that very touching song, and then Britten's rather more troubled one.

I would throw in Mac-Antoine Cherpentier's magnificent "O" antiphons for Advent, but they're in Latin, so no go.

Sorry; not a lot of popular music here.

Fritz said...

Oh Baby, Stevie Ray Vaughan, The First Thunder,
Oh Baby, Don't You Loose Your Lip On Me, James Taylor, Sweet Baby James,
Oh Come All Ye Faithful, Blind Boys of Alabama Go Tell It on the Mountain ,
Oh Daddy, Fleetwood Mac, Rumours,
Oh Darling, The Beatles, Abbey Road,
Oh I Apologize, Lonnie Mack, Memphis Wham!
Oh Lord Search My Heart , Hot Tuna Splashdown Two,
Oh Momma Momma, Commander Cody Live From Deep in the Heart of
Oh Roger (from Road Rot), Popa Chubby One Million Broken Guitars,
Oh Susanna, Taj Mahal Happy To Be Like I Am
Oh Well, Fleetwood Mac Rattlesnake Guitar,
Oh! Daddy Blues, Bessie Smith The Complete Recordings,
Oh, Babe (Don't Do Me That Way), Big Bill Broonzy, All the Classic Sides - 1928-1937
Oh, Baby, Johnny Winter, Muddy Waters, James Cotton & Pinetop Perkins
Oh, Boy! (Bonus Track), The Grateful Dead Skull & Roses
Oh, Pretty Woman, Albert King Born Under A Bad Sign
Oh, Susannah, James Taylor , Sweet Baby James
Oh, Sweet Mary, Janis Joplin Cheap Thrills,

Clyde said...

Oh Boy! - Buddy Holly & The Crickets
Oh Father - Madonna
Oh John - Bull Moose Jackson
Oh Lonesome Me - Anna Fermin's Trigger Gospel
Oh Marie - Sheryl Crow
Oh My My - Ringo Start
Oh Pretty Woman - Roy Orbison
Oh Pretty Woman - Roy Orbison and Friends
Oh Sherrie - Steve Perry
Oh, Atlanta - Bad Company
Oh, Bangladesh - Liz Phair
Oh, Oldendaze - Matthew Sweet
Oh! Chicago - The Yayhoos
Oh! Darling - The Beatles
(Oh) Pretty Woman - Van Halen

Shantastik said...

Oh Sherry - Steve Perry
Oh Pretty Woman - Roy Orbison
Oh No - The Commodores
Oh Father - Madonna (don't judge me!)
O Come, All Ye Faithful (does '0' Count instead of "Oh" ?)


Michelle Dulak Thomson said...

Damn, I forgot Luciano Berio's "O King," the movement from Sinfonia that's a tribute to MLK. It's performable separate from the whole piece (I played in a performance once).

Diane Wilson said...

Oh Bring Back the Egg Unbroken, Rasputina
Oh como el mundo se abrassa, Hueglas Ensemble
Oh Freedom, Birdsongs of the Mesozoic
Oh Lonesome Me, Neil Young
Oh Lord, Search My Heart, Hot Tuna
Oh My God, It Bites
Oh There's a Face!, Dylan Thomas
Oh Yeah, Can
Oh! Caroline, Matching Mole
Oh! Darling, The Beatles
Oh, Len's Nature, Hatfield and the North
Oh, My Love, Seatrain

Al&Bea said...

Oh Good Grief Winton Marsalis
Oh Christmas Tree Jazz Christmas (German)
Oh Little Town of Bethlehem Jewel
Oh Darling Beatles
Oh Come All Ye Faithful Mormon Tabernacle Choir

befinne said...

I don't believe these have been mentioned:

Oh Canada - Kathleen Edwards
Oh God - Jamie Cullum
Oh Grandpa - Cab Calloway
Oh Larsen B - British Sea Power
Oh No, Not You Again - Rolling Stones
Oh, MJ! - The Little Ones

KnightErrant said...

Oh! The Breeches Full of Stitches by the Chieftains (Irish folk)
Oh, Lady Be Good by Count Basie
Oh, By Jingo by the Three Keys a 1930's jazz harmony trio
Oh, Look At Me Now by Tommy Dorsey

I have weird taste in music.

Stephen said...

Oh Baby Bix Beiderbecke
Oh Baby Larry Williams
Oh Baby Doll Chuck Berry
Oh Boy Jimmy Lunceford
Oh Boy! Buddy Holly
Oh Carolina The Foulkes Brothers
Oh Carolina Shaggy
Oh Death Where Is Thy Sting Rev. Gates
Oh Didn't He Ramble Sidney Bechet
Oh Gee, Oh Gosh Fred Astaire
Oh Gee, Oh Gosh The Kodoks
Oh Girl, Raphael Saadiq
Oh Holy Morning, Jo Stafford
Oh La De Da The Staple Singers
Oh Lately It's So Quiet OK Go
Oh Lonesome Me Don Gibson
Oh No, Not My Baby Maxine Brown
Oh Rosemarie The Fascinators
Oh So Nice Johnny Adams
Oh The Wind and the Rain Jody Stecher
(Oh Why) I Won't Cry Johnny Adams
Oh! By Jingo Frank Crumit
Oh! Darling The Beatles
Oh! Lady Be Good Sidney Bechet
Oh Bury Me Not Johnny Cash
Oh! But I Do Margaret Whiting
Oh De Lawd Shake the Heavens Steven Blier
Oh, Had I a Golden Thread Eva Cassidy
Oh How I Hate to Get Up in the Morning Irving Berlin
Oh, Lady Be Good Count Basie
Oh, Lady Be Good The Gordons
Oh, Look at Me Now Lee Wiley
Oh Pretty Woman, Roy Orbison
Oh So Nice, Judy Kaye
Oh, What A Night The Dells

bandmeeting said...

Oh! - The Breeders (Pod)

Do I get a prize for having just "oh"?

colleen cafferty said...

Oh Daddy Fleetwood Mac
Oh Well and Oh Well (Live) by Fleetwood Mac
Oh Pretty Woman Roy Orbison
Oh The Guilt Nirvana
Oh Yeah || Oh Yeah Dance Mix || Oh Yeah (Indian Summer Version) by Yello
Oh! Darling by the Beatles
Oh! You Pretty Things by David Bowie


Mrs. X said...

Does 'O' count? I have a bunch of those, too.

O Mary Don't You Weep - Springsteen
O Salutaris Hostia - Rossini
O Sole Mio/It's Now or Never - Elvis
O Vos Omnes - Victoria
O Mistress Mine - Matthew Harris - divine!

http://www.amazon.com/Shakespeare-Song-Phoenix-Bach-Choir/dp/B0002NRRCO/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1378428501&sr=8-1&keywords=shakespeare+in+song

Oh Baby Don't You Loose Your Lip on Me - James Taylor
Oh, Is There Not One Maiden Breast? - Gilbert/Sullivan
Oh Susannah - James Taylor
Oh Darling - McCartney
(Oh) Pretty Woman - Van Halen
OMG - Usher



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Danno said...

Not from iTunes, but from Amazon, Band Camp, Soundcloud or such places Indie likes to hang out-

Oh, La Brea, Man Man
Oh Love, Green Day
Oh My God, Kaiser Chiefs
Oh Naoko, Sun Airway
Oh Oh Oh Oh Oh Oh Oh Oh, Say Hi
Oh, Why, Balam Acab

Mick Havoc said...

Oh how a rose ere blooming

Dale Light said...

Only one -- "Oh Death" by Ralph Stanley.

Will Howard said...

Oh, Pretty Woman - Junior Wells
Oh! Darling - the Beatles
Oh, Lady Be Good - Ella Fitzgerald
Oh, Had I A Golden Thread - Eva Cassidy
Oh Atlanta - Alison Kraus
Oh Marie - Sheryl Crow
Oh Lord, Things Are Gettin' Crazy Up In Here - Taj Mahal
Oh La De Da - The Staple Singers
Oh Babe - Ray Beadle

Dr Weevil said...

Is there a prize for the most unique hits? I don't think anyone's named any of these - the Mingus has the best title:

Oh Babe (Wynonie Harris)
Oh Baby Mine, I Get So Lonely (The Statler Brothers)
Oh Baby, Sweet Baby (Fats Waller And His Rhythm)
Oh By Jingo (Hoosier Hot Shots)
Oh Happy Day (Nana Mouskouri)
Oh Heartache (Rosie Flores)
Oh How I Cried (Hawkshaw Hawkins)
Oh I Like It (Carolyn Bradshaw)
Oh Lonesome Me (Dwight Yoakam)
Oh Lord Don't Let Them Drop That Atomic Bomb On Me (Charles Mingus)
Oh Lord, Are You In Need? (Palace Brothers)
Oh Lord, My God (The Louvin Brothers)
Oh Love (Jimmy Rushing)
Oh Mary Don't You Weep (Mississippi John Hurt)
Oh Molly Dear (BF Shelton)
Oh Stop! (Carl Smith)
Oh Take Me Back (The Carter Family)
Oh Those Tombs (The Blue Sky Boys)
Oh Well (Professor Longhair)
Oh You Pretty Woman (Milton Brown & His Musical Brownies)
Oh! Lady Be Good (Artie Shaw & His Orchestra)
Oh! Lady Be Good (Count Basie)
Oh! So Many Years (Kitty Wells and Webb Pierce)
Oh, Atlanta (Alison Krauss)
Oh, But I Do (Margaret Whiting)
Oh, Death (Dock Boggs)
Oh, Have You Seen That Turtle Dove? (Ginny Hawker)
Oh, Lady Be Good (Count Basie)
Oh, Lady Be Good (Jones - Smith Incorporated)
Oh, Lonesome Me (Don Gibson)
Oh, No! (Carl Smith)
Oh, So Afraid (Ginny Hawker)
Oh, So Nice (Ella Fitzgerald)
Oh, Sweet Temptation (Gary Stewart)
Oh, The Pain Of Loving You (The Osborne Brothers)

By the way, it turns out you can paste iTunes information into Word and edit it.

mikeski said...

O - Eiko Shimamiya
(that one gets the minimalist award.)
O Cesare - Matthew Parmenter
O Holy Night (3 versions)
O Come Emmanuel
O Little Town of Bethlehem
Oh Come All Ye Faithful (2 versions)
Oh Julie - Charming Hostess
Oh To Be In Love - Kate Bush
Oh Yeah - Yui
Oh! Yeah!! - Round Table
Oh, Injury - Rasputina