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LISTED IN ALPHABETICAL ORDER

"1994" ~ Jason Aldean = Joe Diffie
Released: March 2013
Charted: US No.52 - US Country No.10
Album:
Night Train
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"About a Boy" ~ Patti Smith = Kurt Cobain (suicide, April 5th 1994, aged 27)
Released: 1996
Charted:
album track
Album:
Gone Again
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"Abraham, Martin and John" ~ Dion = Abraham Lincoln, Martin Luther King, Jr, John F.Kennedy and Robert F.Kennedy.
Released: 1968
Charted:
US No.4
Album:
Dion
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"All My Love" - Led Zeppelin = Robert Plant's son Karac
Pendragon (died from a virus in 1977, aged 5 years)
Released: 1979
Charted: UK No.24
Album: In Through The Out Door

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"All those Years Ago" ~ George Harrison = John Lennon (shot dead, December 8th 1980, aged 40)
Released: 1981
Charted: UK No.13 ~ US No.2
Album:
Somewhere in England
the song also features Ringo, Paul and Linda McCartney

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"Alex Chilton" ~ The Replacements = Alex Chilton (lead singer of The Box Tops and Big Star
)
Released: 1987
Charted:
none charter
Album:
Pleased to Meet Me
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"American Pie" ~ Don McLean = Buddy Holly
(died in a plane crash, February 3rd 1959 aged 22)
Released: 1972
Charted:
UK No.2 ~ US No.1
Album:
American Pie
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“Angel of Harlem” ~ U2
= Billie Holiday (died from cirrhosis of the liver, July 17th 1959, aged 44)
Released: 1988
Charted:
UK No.9 ~ US No.14
Album:
Rattle & Hum
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"Back in Black" ~ AC/DC = Bon Scott (AC/DC lead singer, died February 19th 1980, pulmonary aspiration, aged 33)
Released: 1981
Charted: UK No.27
Album:
Back In Black
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"Back to Tupelo" ~ Mark Knopfler = Elvis Presley
(heart attack & drug related illnesses, August 16th 1977, aged 42)
Released: 2004
Charted:
album track
Album:
Shangri-La
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"Berry Rides Again" ~ Steppenwolf = Chuck Berry
Released: 1968
Charted:
Album track
Album:
Steppenwolf
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"Better On The Other Side" ~ Game, Chris Brown, Diddy, DJ Khalil, Polow da Don, Mario Winans, Usher and Boyz II Men = Michael Jackson
(homicide, heart attack, drug related; June 25th 2009, aged 50)
Released: July 18th 2009 ... the music video was released June 30th 2009
Charted: US No.13 Bubbling Under R&B/Hip-Hop Singles chart
Album:
--
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"Black Velvet" ~ Alannah Myles = Elvis Presley
(heart attack & drug related illnesses, August 16th 1977, aged 42)
Released: December 1989
Charted: UK No.2 ~ US No.1
Album: Alannah Myles
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'Blind Willie McTell' = Bob Dylan =
Blind Willie McTell
Released: March 26th 1991. (recorded May 5th 1983)
Charts: album track
Album:
'The Bootleg series vol 1-3 (Rare & Unreleased) 1961–1991.
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"Brenda Lee" ~ Chuck Berry = Brenda Lee
Released: November 1964
Charts: album track
Album: St. Louis to Liverpool

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"Buddy Holly" ~ Weezer = Kyung He (a friend of Rivers Cuomo, from their teen age days)
Released: September 7th 1994
Charted: UK No.12 ~ US No.18
Album:
Weezer

Lead singer Rivers Cuomo stated that this song is largely misinterpreted - it is about defending a platonic female friend.
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"Calling Elvis" ~ Dire Straits = Elvis Presley (heart attack & drug related illnesses, August 16th 1977, aged 42)
Released: 1991
Charted:
UK No.21 ~ US No.3 H.M. rock tracks chart
Album:
On Every Street
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"Candle in the Wind" ~ Elton John = Marilyn Monroe (probable suicide, August 5th 1962, aged 36)
Released: 1974
Charted:
UK No.11 ~ US not released as a single in the States
Album:
Goodbye Yellow Brick Road
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"Candle in the Wind 1997" ~ Elton John = Diana, Princess of Wales (car crash, August 31st 1997, aged 36)
Released: 1997
Charted:
UK No.1 ~ US No.1 (it reached No.1 in many countries around the world)
Album:
--
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"Donegan's Gone" ~ Mark Knopfler = Lonnie Donegan (died from a heart attack, November 3rd 2002, aged 71)
Released: 2004
Charted:
album track
Album:
Shangri-La
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"Eddie My Love" ~The Teen Queens = Johnny Ace (accidental self-inflicted gunshot wound, Dec 25th 1954, aged 25)
Released: 1956
Charted:
US No.14
Album: --

Songwriter Aaron Collins originally called this song Johnny My Love, and wrote it as a trubute to Johnny Ace
but as
interest of Johnny's death was fading, he changed the name to Eddie.
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"Elvis and Andy" ~ Confederate Railroad = Elvis Presley (heart attack, & drug related illnesses, August 16th 1977, aged 42)
Released: 1994
Charted:
US No.20 Country chart
Album:
Notorious
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"Elvis Presley Blues" ~ Jimmy Buffett = Elvis Presley
(heart attack, & drug related illnesses, August 16th 1977, aged 42)
Released: October 2006
Charted:
album track
Album:
Take the Weather with You
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"Empty Garden (Hey Hey Johnny)"
~ Elton John = John Lennon (shot dead, December 8th 1980, aged 40)
Released: March 1982
Charted:
UK No.51 ~ US No.13
Album:
Jump Up
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"Fluff" ~ Black Sabbath = Alan Freeman
Released:
Charts: album track
Album: Sabbath Bloody Sabbath
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"Folding Stars" ~ Biffy Clyro = Eleanor
Neil (guitarist multi-musician Simon Neil's mother, who died in March 2004)
Released: July 2007
Charts: UK No.18
Album:
Puzzle
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"Forever King" ~ 50 Cents = Michael Jackson (whole album is dedicated to the passing of Michael Jackson)
Released: July 2009
Charted:
non charter
Album:
Forever King Mixtape

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"God's Top Ten" ~ INXS = Michael Hutchence (drugs & depression related suicide, November 22nd 1997, aged 37)
Released: 2006
Charted: non charter
Album:
Switch
Tim Farriss and Andrew Farriss have both separately said in TV interviews that this song is actually a gift for Michael Hutchence's daughter Tiger.
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"Gone Too Soon" ~ Michael Jackson = Ryan White (a teenager hemophiliac, who died from Aids aged 18)
Released: 1993
Charted:
none charter
Album:
Dangerous
Michael dedicated this song to Ryan.
Dionne Warwick first performed this song in 1983 dedicating it to Janis Joplin & Karen Carpenter
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"Goodbye Pork Pie Hat" ~ Charles Mingus Sextet =
Lester Young (suffered from liver disease and malnutrition , tragically he virtually drank himself to death)
Released: 1959
Charted: album track
Album:
Mingus Ah Um
Charles Mingus wrote the song as an elegy for saxophonist Lester Young, who had died two months prior to the recording session, and was known to wear a broad-rimmed pork pie hat.
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"Happy Birthday" ~ Stevie Wonder = Martin Luther King, Jr. (assassinated in Memphis, April 4th 1968, aged 39)
Released: 1981
Charted: UK No.2 ~ US No.2 R&B chart
Album:
Hotter than July
Stevie, a social activist, was one of the main figures in the campaign to have the birthday of Martin Luther King, Jr. become a national holiday, and created this single to make the cause known.
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"Here in My Heart"
~ Tiffany = Pune Warriors India (to remember their great contributions in the sport of cricket)
Released: October 1990
Charted: none charter
Album:
New Inside
Tiffany was great friends with Pune Warriors India skipper, Yuvraj Singh, who under went an operation for cancer and yet went on to make an inspirational comeback in the team.
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"Here Today" - Paul McCartney = John Lennon
(shot dead, December 8th 1980, aged 40)
Released: April 1982
Charted:
album track
Album:
Tug of War
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“Home” ~ La Toya Jackson = Michael Jackson (homicide, heart attack, drug related; June 25th 2009, aged 50)
Released: July 2009 .. released as a single after her brother's death
Charted:
none charter
Album:
Startin' Over .. original 2003 version
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"I Just Shot John Lennon"
~ The Cranberries = John Lennon (shot dead, December 8th 1980, aged 40)
Released: April 1996
Charted:
Album track
Album:
To the Faithful Departed
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"I Wish" ~ R. Kelly = His mother, Joanne (died in 1993)
Released: August 2000
Charts: UK No. 12 ~ US No.14
Album:
TP-2.com
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“I’ll Be Missing You” ~ Puff Daddy ft.Faith Evans & 112 = The Notorious B.I.G (gunned down, March 9th 1997, aged 24)
Released: May 1997

Charted:
UK No.1 ~ US No.1
Album:
No Way Out
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"I'm Outta Time" ~ Oasis = John Lennon (shot dead, December 8th 1980, aged 40)
Released: December 2008
Charted:
UK No. 12 ~ US No.9
Album:
Dig Out Your Soul
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"In This River" ~ Black Label Society = 'Dimebag' Abbott (shot 3 times in the head onstage, Dec 8th 2004, aged 38)
Released: September 2005
Charted:
US No.32
Album:
Mafia
Zakk Wylde wrote the song many months prior to the incident, and subsequently began dedicating the song to his friend Dimebag
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Nick Cave sang, "Into My Arms", at the funeral on 27 November 1997, which was broadcast live on Australian TV. Out of respect, Cave requested the song not be televised.
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"Jelly Roll" ~ Charles Mingus Sextet = Jelly Roll Morton (died from respiratory and asthma problems)
Released: 1959
Charted: album track
Album:
Mingus Ah Um
Charles Mingus wrote the song as a reference to jazz pioneer and pianist Jelly Roll Morton and features a short sample of Sonny Rollins' "Sonnymoon for Two" on piano.

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"Jeremy" ~ Pearl Jam
= Jeremy Wade Delle (shot himself in front of his classmates, January 8, 1991, aged 16)
Released: 1992
Charted: No.5 Modern Rock Chart
Album:
Ten
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"Killer's Eyes" ~ The Kinks = John Lennon (shot dead, December 8th 1980, aged 40)
Released: 1981 USA - 1982 UK
Charted:
album track
Album:
Give the People What They Want
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"Let Me In" ~ R.E.M.
= Kurt Cobain (suicide, April 5th 1994, aged 27)
Released: 1994
Charted: album track
Album: Monster

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"Life in a Northern Town" ~ The Dream Academy = Nick Drake (died... antidepressant overdose Nov 25th 1974 aged 26)
Released: 1985.
Charted: US No.7.
Album: The Dream Academy
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"Life Is Real (Song For Lennon)"
~ Queen = John Lennon (shot dead, December 8th 1980, aged 40)
Released: May 1982
Charted:
album track
Album:
Hot Space
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"Man on the Moon" ~ R.E.M. = Andy Kaufman (died fighting cancer, May 16th 1984, aged 35)
Released: November 1992
Charted:
UK No. 18 ~ US No.30
Album:
Automatic for the People
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Mary Skeffington ~ Gerry Rafferty = His Mother Mary (Skeffington was her maiden name)
Released: 1971
Charted: album track
Album: Can I Have My Money Back?
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"Master Blaster" ~ Stevie Wonder =
Bob Marley (died fighting cancer, May 11th 1981, aged 36)
Released: 1980
Charted:
UK No.2 ~ US No.5
Album:
Hotter Than July
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"Missing You" ~ Diana Ross = Marvin Gaye
(shot dead by his father, April 1st 1984, aged 44)
Released: 1984
Charted: UK No. 74 ~ US No.10
Album:
Swept Away
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"Morning Sun" ~ Robby Williams = himself and Michael Jackson (homicide, heart attack, June 25th 2009 aged 50)
Released: 2010
Charted:
UK No.55
Album:
Reality Killed the Video Star.
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“Necessary Evil” ~ Deberah Harry ()
Released: September 15th 2007
Charted: album cover
Album: Necessary Evil
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"Nightshift" ~ The Commodores = Marvin Gaye and Jackie Wilson (both sadly died in 1984)
Released: 1985
Charted:
UK No.3 ~ US No.3
Album:
Nightshift
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"No-One But You (Only the Good Die Young)" ~ Brian, Roger & John = Freddy Mercury (Aids, 24 Nov 1991, aged 45)
Released: 1997 Europe, Japan & USA - 1998 UK
Charted:
UK No.13
Album:
Queen Rocks
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"Nobody's Hero" ~ Rush
= a friend of Neil Peart, Ellis and a girl Kristen French, who was murdered in Peart's hometown.

Released: 1994
Charted:
US No. 3
Album:
Counterparts

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"One Tree Hill" ~ U2 = Greg Carroll (killed in a motorcycle accident in Dublin
July 1986)
Released: 1987
Charted:
New Zealand No. 1
Album:
The Joshua Tree

Greg was a New Zealand Maori, who, the band met during The Unforgettable Fire World Tour in 1984. He became very close friends with lead singer Bono and served as a roadie for the group.
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"Open Letter to Duke" ~ Charles Mingus Sextet =
Duke Ellington (died from complications from lung cancer and pneumonia)
Released: 1959
Charted: album track
Album:
Mingus Ah Um
Charles Mingus wrote the song as tribute to Duke Ellington, and draws on three of his earlier pieces, "Nouroog", "Duke's Choice", and "Slippers".
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"Penpals" ~ Sloan
= Kurt Cobain (suicide, April 5th 1994, aged 27)
Released: 1994
Charted: album track
Album:
Twice Removed
lyrics are from fan letters to Kurt Cobain, which Sloan found when signed to Geffen
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"Private Man" ~
Powderfinger = Michael Hutchence (drugs & depression related suicide, November 22nd 1997, aged 37)
Released: September 1998
Charted:
album track
Album:
Internationalist

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"Sarah" ~ Thin Lizzy
= Phil Lynott's first daughter, Sarah
Released: 1979
Charted: UK No.24

Album: Black Rose - A Rock Legend
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"Save A Prayer" ~ Duran Duran = Marvin Gaye (shot dead by his father, April 1st 1984, aged 44)
Released: 1984 (live version)
Charted: UK No. 2
(original studio version 1982)
Album:
Rio (original studio version 1982)
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"Savoy Truffle" ~ The Beatles = Eric Clapton (George Harrison wrote this song as a tribute to his friend Eric Clapton's chocolate addiction, all the chocolates named in the song are authentic chocolates from a box of Mackintosh's Good News chocolates... except cherry cream and coconut fudge)
Released: November 22nd 1968.
Charted: album track

Album:
The Beatles aka The White Album

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"Sgt. Pepper's Band" aka "Heroes Gone" ~ Joan Baez = John Lennon (shot dead, December 8th 1980, aged 40)
R
eleased: sung live with The Grateful Dead, December 12th 1981.
Charted: --
Album:
--
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"Shame"
~ Smashing Pumpkins = Michael Hutchence (drugs & depression related suicide, November 22nd 1997, aged 37)
Released: June 1998
Charted: album track
Album:
Adore

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"Sir Duke" ~ Stevie Wonder = Duke Ellington (died from lung cancer, May 24th 1974, aged 75)
Released: March 1977
Charted: UK No.2 ~ US No.1
Album:
Songs in the Key of Life
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"So Long Jimmy" ~ James Blunt = Jimmy Hogarth (co-writer), Jimmy Hendrix & Jim Morrison interview
Released: October 2004
Charted:
album track
Album:
Back to Bedlam
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"Song For Sonny Liston" ~ Mark Knopfler
= Sonny Liston (WHW Boxing Champion in 1962, died December 30th 1970)
Released: 2004
Charted:
album track
Album:
Shangri-La

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"St Elmos Fire (Man in Motion)" ~ John Parr = Canadian paralympian Rick Hansen (who at the time was going around the world in his wheelchair to raise awareness for spinal cord injuries. His journey was called the "Man in Motion Tour").
Released: June 1985
Charted: UK No.6 ~ US No.1
Album: St. Elmo's Fire soundtrack
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"Stuck in a Moment You Can't Get Out Of" ~
U2 = Michael Hutchence (suicide, November 22nd 1997, aged 37)
Released: January 2001
Charted: UK No.2 ~ US No.2
Album: All That You Can't Leave Behind

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"Tears In Heaven" ~ Eric Clapton = Eric's son Conor (fell from a 53rd-floor New York apartment window March 20th 1991 aged 4)
Released: January 7th 1992
Charted:
UK No.5 ~ US No.2
Album:
Rush
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"Tha Crossroads" ~ Bone Thugs-n-Harmony = Eazy-E. (Aids related, March 26th 1995, aged 31)
Released: March 1996
Charts: UK No.8 ~ US No.1.
Album:
E. 1999 Eternal

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"The Day Elvis Died" ~ Boxcar Willie = Elvis Presley
(heart attack, & drug related illnesses, August 16th 1977, aged 42)
Released: 1978
Charted: album track
Album: Daddy Was A Railroad Man
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"The Day Seattle Died" ~ Cold
= Kurt Cobain (suicide, April 5th 1994, aged 27)
Released: 2003
Charted: album track
Album: Year of the Spider

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The Homing Beacon/The Landing Beacon ~ Buckethead = Michael Jackson (homicide/heart attack, June 25th 2009, aged 50)
Released: July 2009
Charted:
--
Album:
Electric Sea (2010)
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The All Golden ~ Van Dyke Parks = Steve Young
Released: 2012
Charted: non charting single
Album:
Songs Cycled
The song is a portrait of Parks' friend, country music musician, Steve Young.
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The Last Song ~ Elton John = Ryan White (hemophiliac who John became close to, died from Aids April 8th 1990, aged 18)
Released: October/November 1992
Charted: UK No.21 ~ US No.23
Album:
The One
"The Last Song" was the first of Elton's American singles to benefit his AIDS foundation.

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The One That Got Away - Katy Perry
= country music artist Jake Owen
Released: October 2011
Charts: UK No. 18 ~ US No. 3
Album:
Teenage Dream

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The Night Owl - The Nits = Leonard Cohen
Released: 1990
Charts: album track
Album:
Giant Normal Dwarf

The song tells about two pilgrims on a trip to Hydra, to Leonard Cohen's house.
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"The Sound of Silence" ~ Simon & Garfunkel
= John F. Kennedy (
assassinated, November 22nd 1963, aged 46)
Released: September 1965
Charts: UK No.9 ~ US No.1
Album:
Sounds Of Silence
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"This is It" ~
The Church = Michael Hutchence (drugs & depression related suicide, November 22nd 1997, aged 37)
Released: September 1998
Charted:
album track
Album:
Hologram of Baal

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"To Live is to Die" ~ Metallica = Cliff Burton (band's bassist Cliff Burton, who died in a bus accident in 1986)
Released: 1988
Charted:
Album track
Album:
...And Justice for All
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"True" ~ Spandau Ballet = Marvin Gaye (shot dead by his father, April 1st 1984, aged 44)
Released: 1983
Charted: UK No.1
~ US No.4
Album:
True

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"Tweeter and The Monkeyman" ~ The Traveling Wilbury's = Bruce Springsteen
Released: October 18th 1988
Charted: album track
Album: Traveling Wilburys Vol. 1
A playful homage to the songs of Bruce Springsteen, who was often hailed as "the next Dylan" early in his career. The lyrics include the titles of many Springsteen songs, and the song borrows many of Springsteen's themes. Also the setting of the song itself is New Jersey, Springsteen's home state and the setting for many of Springsteen's own songs.
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"Would" ~ Alice In Chains =
Andrew Wood (lead singer of Mother Love Bone; heroin overdose, March 19th 1990, aged 24)
Released: September 1992
Charted:
UK No.19 ~ US No.5 Rock Tracks chart
Album:
Dirt
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"Zimmerman Blues" - Ralf McTell = Bob Dylan (The song is McTell's take on the difficulties of being a huge star like Bob Dylan. Ralf changed his name from Ralf May to Ralf McTell in homage to the great blues singer Blind Willie McTell)
Released: 1972
Charted: Album track
Album:
Not Till Tomorrow


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SONGS THAT REFERENCE OTHER SONGS
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