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Sid Nuncius
2019-07-11 17:53:15 UTC
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As we've had a couple of contributions in this category, here's my list
to date of songs whose *titles* are a single word repeated three times
and nothing else (other than some punctuation). Any more suggestions?

(This list is from memory, unaided by search engines, btw, which to me
is the fun of it. I have had to google the a couple of performers
artist when I remembered the title, i.e. Shirley & Company and Ohio
Express.)


Alright Alright Alright – Mungo Jerry

Baby Baby Baby – Teresa Brewer

Dance Dance Dance – Beach Boys
Da Da Da – Trio

Fun Fun Fun – Beach Boys

Gimme, Gimme, Gimme – Abba
Girls! Girls! Girls! – Elvis Presley
Go Go Go – Dean Martin

Hey Hey Hey – Chris Smither

Jeannie, Jeannie, Jeannie – Eddie Cochran

La La La – Gerry & The Pacemakers

Money, Money, Money – Abba

No No No – James Brown
Neat Neat Neat – The Damned

Please, Please, Please – Ducks Deluxe

Quando Quando Quando – Pat Boone etc

Run Run Run – Jo Jo Gunne

Sing Sing Sing – Andrews Sisters
Say Say Say – Paul McCartney & Michael Jackson
Shame, Shame, Shame – Shirley & Company

Turn! Turn! Turn! – Byrds

Yummy Yummy Yummy – Ohio Express
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Robin Stevens
2019-07-11 19:09:30 UTC
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As we've had a couple of contributions in this category, here's my list
to date of songs whose *titles* are a single word repeated three times
and nothing else (other than some punctuation). Any more suggestions?
A pedant would note that all your examples only *repeat* the initial word
twice. But fortunately there won't be any here :-)
J. P. Gilliver (John)
2019-07-11 19:18:38 UTC
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As we've had a couple of contributions in this category, here's my list
to date of songs whose *titles* are a single word repeated three times
or phrase?
Post by Sid Nuncius
and nothing else (other than some punctuation). Any more suggestions?
(This list is from memory, unaided by search engines, btw, which to me
is the fun of it.
Indeed.
Post by Sid Nuncius
I have had to google the a couple of performers artist when I
remembered the title, i.e. Shirley & Company and Ohio Express.)
Alright Alright Alright – Mungo Jerry
Baby Baby Baby – Teresa Brewer
Dance Dance Dance – Beach Boys
Da Da Da – Trio
Fun Fun Fun – Beach Boys
Gimme, Gimme, Gimme – Abba
Girls! Girls! Girls! – Elvis Presley
Go Go Go – Dean Martin
Hey Hey Hey – Chris Smither
Holy, Holy, Holy (hymn)

Would "I do, I do, I do, I do, I do" count, or does it have to be three,
no less, no more?
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Jeannie, Jeannie, Jeannie – Eddie Cochran
La La La – Gerry & The Pacemakers
(Was there a Beatles one called Love, Love, Love, or wasn't that the
title?)
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Money, Money, Money – Abba
No No No – James Brown
Neat Neat Neat – The Damned
Never, Never, Never - Gilbert and Sullivan (Trial By Jury, I think)
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Please, Please, Please – Ducks Deluxe
Quando Quando Quando – Pat Boone etc
Run Run Run – Jo Jo Gunne
Sing Sing Sing – Andrews Sisters
Say Say Say – Paul McCartney & Michael Jackson
Shame, Shame, Shame – Shirley & Company
Turn! Turn! Turn! – Byrds
Yummy Yummy Yummy – Ohio Express
_Someone_ must have done a "Yes, Yes, Yes" (not the Beatles "Yeah" one -
that's officially "She Loves You", I think - or
...)
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Sid Nuncius
2019-07-12 04:58:25 UTC
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As we've had a couple of contributions in this category, here's my
list to date of songs whose *titles* are a single word repeated three
times
or phrase?
Nope. Single word only.

Thanks for the suggestions, John. (The Beatles title is All You Need Is
Love, so it's ineligible, I'm afraid.)
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Penny
2019-07-12 07:45:56 UTC
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Post by J. P. Gilliver (John)
_Someone_ must have done a "Yes, Yes, Yes" (not the Beatles "Yeah" one -
that's officially "She Loves You", I think
The Pogues had a (minor) hit with
Yeah Yeah Yeah Yeah Yeah
back in 1988 - but that's in a very small category of its own, I think.

Has
Stop Stop Stop - The Hollies
been mentioned yet?
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Sid Nuncius
2019-07-12 08:46:38 UTC
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Post by J. P. Gilliver (John)
_Someone_ must have done a "Yes, Yes, Yes" (not the Beatles "Yeah" one -
that's officially "She Loves You", I think
The Pogues had a (minor) hit with
Yeah Yeah Yeah Yeah Yeah
back in 1988 - but that's in a very small category of its own, I think.
Has
Stop Stop Stop - The Hollies
been mentioned yet?
No it hasn't. Duly added. Thanks for this and for the two Show Of
Hands tracks which I didn't know at all but am about to look for on YouTube.
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Penny
2019-07-12 09:32:07 UTC
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On Thu, 11 Jul 2019 20:18:38 +0100, "J. P. Gilliver (John)"
Post by J. P. Gilliver (John)
_Someone_ must have done a "Yes, Yes, Yes" (not the Beatles "Yeah" one -
that's officially "She Loves You", I think
The Pogues had a (minor) hit with
Yeah Yeah Yeah Yeah Yeah
back in 1988 - but that's in a very small category of its own, I think.
Has
Stop Stop Stop - The Hollies
been mentioned yet?
No it hasn't. Duly added. Thanks for this and for the two Show Of
Hands tracks which I didn't know at all but am about to look for on YouTube.
Steve Knightley getting politically cross about something - worth a listen.
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Sid Nuncius
2019-07-12 09:39:12 UTC
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Post by J. P. Gilliver (John)
_Someone_ must have done a "Yes, Yes, Yes" (not the Beatles "Yeah" one -
that's officially "She Loves You", I think
The Pogues had a (minor) hit with
Yeah Yeah Yeah Yeah Yeah
back in 1988 - but that's in a very small category of its own, I think.
Has
Stop Stop Stop - The Hollies
been mentioned yet?
No it hasn't. Duly added. Thanks for this and for the two Show Of
Hands tracks which I didn't know at all but am about to look for on YouTube.
Steve Knightley getting politically cross about something - worth a listen.
Indeed it is. I'm rather ashamed that I've not heard them before, but I
shall now be spending some time in the company of Messrs. Show Of Hands.
Thank you, Penny.
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Penny
2019-07-12 10:07:06 UTC
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Indeed it is. I'm rather ashamed that I've not heard them before, but I
shall now be spending some time in the company of Messrs. Show Of Hands.
Thank you, Penny.
You're welcome.
I'm sort of surprised you haven't heard of them. Famed for their pub and
village hall gigs, where they only took a cut of the door takings, they
have played London's village hall (aka The Royal Albert Hall) several times
since 1996 - sadly I failed to attend any of those :(

They also used to encourage downloading and taping of their tracks to pass
on to friends. An interesting business model.
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Steve Hague
2019-07-13 13:32:44 UTC
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On Fri, 12 Jul 2019 09:46:38 +0100, Sid Nuncius
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On Thu, 11 Jul 2019 20:18:38 +0100, "J. P. Gilliver (John)"
Post by J. P. Gilliver (John)
_Someone_ must have done a "Yes, Yes, Yes" (not the Beatles "Yeah" one -
that's officially "She Loves You", I think
The Pogues had a (minor) hit with
Yeah Yeah Yeah Yeah Yeah
back in 1988 - but that's in a very small category of its own, I think.
Has
Stop Stop Stop - The Hollies
been mentioned yet?
No it hasn't.  Duly added.  Thanks for this and for the two Show Of
Hands tracks which I didn't know at all but am about to look for on YouTube.
Steve Knightley getting politically cross about something - worth a listen.
Indeed it is.  I'm rather ashamed that I've not heard them before, but I
shall now be spending some time in the company of Messrs. Show Of Hands.
 Thank you, Penny.
Blimey Sid. I'm seriously surprised you've never heard SOH before, given
your eclectic musical taste. If you go for a particular album, might I
recommend Arrogance, Ignorance and Greed? A freebie on their website
last time I looked is the superb Roots.
Steve
Mike
2019-07-13 14:08:56 UTC
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On Thu, 11 Jul 2019 20:18:38 +0100, "J. P. Gilliver (John)"
Post by J. P. Gilliver (John)
_Someone_ must have done a "Yes, Yes, Yes" (not the Beatles "Yeah" one -
that's officially "She Loves You", I think
The Pogues had a (minor) hit with
Yeah Yeah Yeah Yeah Yeah
back in 1988 - but that's in a very small category of its own, I think.
Has
Stop Stop Stop - The Hollies
been mentioned yet?
No it hasn't.  Duly added.  Thanks for this and for the two Show Of
Hands tracks which I didn't know at all but am about to look for on YouTube.
Steve Knightley getting politically cross about something - worth a listen.
Indeed it is.  I'm rather ashamed that I've not heard them before, but I
shall now be spending some time in the company of Messrs. Show Of Hands.
 Thank you, Penny.
Blimey Sid. I'm seriously surprised you've never heard SOH before, given
your eclectic musical taste. If you go for a particular album, might I
recommend Arrogance, Ignorance and Greed? A freebie on their website
last time I looked is the superb Roots.
Steve
But avoid their secon....
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Penny
2019-07-13 14:25:40 UTC
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Blimey Sid. I'm seriously surprised you've never heard SOH before, given
your eclectic musical taste. If you go for a particular album, might I
recommend Arrogance, Ignorance and Greed? A freebie on their website
last time I looked is the superb Roots.
Steve
But avoid their secon....
No, no no!
I think that was the first I bought and has some tracks I love which,
sadly, they never seem to play anymore. I wish I could find the tape and
transfer it into a more moddun medium.
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Sid Nuncius
2019-07-13 17:35:23 UTC
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Blimey Sid. I'm seriously surprised you've never heard SOH before, given
your eclectic musical taste. If you go for a particular album, might I
recommend Arrogance, Ignorance and Greed? A freebie on their website
last time I looked is the superb Roots.
Yes - I've no idea how they have passed me by. I listened to AI&G
today, just because that was a title Penny mentioned. I thought it was
excellent - a cracking mix of new and traditional, and from very
affecting ballads to angry politics wrapped in really good songs.

Better late than never, I suppose.
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Steve Hague
2019-07-14 07:01:14 UTC
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Blimey Sid. I'm seriously surprised you've never heard SOH before,
given your eclectic musical taste. If you go for a particular album,
might I recommend Arrogance, Ignorance and Greed? A freebie on their
website last time I looked is the superb Roots.
Yes - I've no idea how they have passed me by.  I listened to AI&G
today, just because that was a title Penny mentioned.  I thought it was
excellent - a cracking mix of new and traditional, and from very
affecting ballads to angry politics wrapped in really good songs.
Better late than never, I suppose.
Phil Beer is one of the finest acoustic guitar players in the land, and
he's up there with the best violinists too.
Jane Vernon
2019-07-15 07:48:03 UTC
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No it hasn't.  Duly added.  Thanks for this and for the two Show Of
Hands tracks which I didn't know at all but am about to look for on YouTube.
Steve Knightley getting politically cross about something - worth a listen.
Indeed it is.  I'm rather ashamed that I've not heard them before, but I
shall now be spending some time in the company of Messrs. Show Of Hands.
 Thank you, Penny.
I saw Show Of Hands several times about 30 years ago when they were
younger and less well known so did perform in Stroud. I remember
particularly Phil Beer on violin.
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2019-07-15 17:52:14 UTC
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Beer on violin.
Doesn't that make it sticky and affect the tone?
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2019-07-15 18:31:50 UTC
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Beer on violin.
Doesn't that make it sticky and affect the tone?
And hard to light.
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John Ashby
2019-07-15 18:58:38 UTC
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Beer on violin.
Doesn't that make it sticky and affect the tone?
And hard to light.
That's a viola.

john
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2019-07-15 22:50:33 UTC
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Beer on violin.
Doesn't that make it sticky and affect the tone?
And hard to light.
That's a viola.
Easier than a soprano saxophone [1]
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[1] An instrument that should be played with mallets.
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2019-07-17 07:31:36 UTC
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Easier than a soprano saxophone [1]
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[1] An instrument that should be played with mallets.
I can't think of the right term to express my dismay at this notion so I'll
just creep off to listen and wonder at some Sidney Bechet.
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2019-07-17 08:03:56 UTC
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Easier than a soprano saxophone [1]
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[1] An instrument that should be played with mallets.
How dare you sir!
I took up the sax after retirement and found that recorder lessons when I was 10 were still useful fifty years later yet I can't remember a tune for ten minutes now.
The brain is a wonderful thing.
Fred
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2019-07-17 09:06:55 UTC
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Easier than a soprano saxophone [1]
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[1] An instrument that should be played with mallets.
How dare you sir!
I took up the sax after retirement and found that recorder lessons when I
was 10 were still useful fifty years later yet I can't remember a tune for ten minutes now.
The brain is a wonderful thing.
Fred
So, does that mean you have completely forgotten all thoughts of sax only
ten minutes after???
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2019-07-17 14:48:32 UTC
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Easier than a soprano saxophone [1]
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Steveski
[1] An instrument that should be played with mallets.
How dare you sir!
I took up the sax after retirement and found that recorder lessons when
I was 10 were still useful fifty years later yet I can't remember a
tune for ten minutes now.
The brain is a wonderful thing.
So, does that mean you have completely forgotten all thoughts of sax
only ten minutes after???
And the violins?
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2019-07-17 14:52:02 UTC
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Easier than a soprano saxophone [1]
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Steveski
[1] An instrument that should be played with mallets.
How dare you sir!
I took up the sax after retirement and found that recorder lessons when
I was 10 were still useful fifty years later yet I can't remember a
tune for ten minutes now.
The brain is a wonderful thing.
So, does that mean you have completely forgotten all thoughts of sax
only ten minutes after???
And the violins?
And the cardboard monkey.

Hold on a minute....

John Ashby
2019-07-17 11:24:16 UTC
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Easier than a soprano saxophone [1]
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Steveski
[1] An instrument that should be played with mallets.
I can't think of the right term to express my dismay at this notion so I'll
just creep off to listen and wonder at some Sidney Bechet.
If you want justification of Steveski's POV, listen to Evan Parker.

I did once, forty-some years ago, and still shudder.

john
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2019-07-15 20:18:40 UTC
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Beer on violin.
Doesn't that make it sticky and affect the tone?
And hard to light.
That's a banjo.
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2019-07-15 22:04:13 UTC
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Beer on violin.
Doesn't that make it sticky and affect the tone?
And hard to light.
That's a banjo.
That's amore.

(What is this pizza pie nonsense?)
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2019-07-15 22:48:05 UTC
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Beer on violin.
Doesn't that make it sticky and affect the tone?
And hard to light.
That's a banjo.
That's amore.
A moray?
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2019-07-16 00:47:36 UTC
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Beer on violin.
Doesn't that make it sticky and affect the tone?
And hard to light.
That's a banjo.
That's amore.
A moray?
Eel get you for that ...
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Beer on violin.
Doesn't that make it sticky and affect the tone?
And hard to light.
That's a banjo.
That's amore.
A moray?
Eel get you for that ...
It is now time for my uproarious Cicero joke:

Q: What did Cicero say when presented with a plate of deep-fried eel?
A: O tempura! O morays!

Aythengyeou. I'm here all week.
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Chris Brown
2019-07-14 22:26:44 UTC
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_Someone_ must have done a "Yes, Yes, Yes" (not the Beatles "Yeah" one -
that's officially "She Loves You", I think
The Pogues had a (minor) hit with
Yeah Yeah Yeah Yeah Yeah
back in 1988 - but that's in a very small category of its own, I think.
Small, but not unique: The Wedding Present had a different song of the
same title in 1994.

On triples, Destiny's Child had hits called 'No No No' and Bills, Bills,
Bills'.

Chris
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2019-07-15 05:02:46 UTC
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On triples, Destiny's Child had hits called 'No No No' and Bills, Bills,
Bills'.
Thanks, Chris. Duly added.
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Penny
2019-07-11 19:05:54 UTC
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As we've had a couple of contributions in this category, here's my list
to date of songs whose *titles* are a single word repeated three times
and nothing else (other than some punctuation). Any more suggestions?
(This list is from memory, unaided by search engines, btw, which to me
is the fun of it. I have had to google the a couple of performers
artist when I remembered the title, i.e. Shirley & Company and Ohio
Express.)
Apologies if these have already been mentioned

Love Love Love - Bobby Head
Na Na Na - Cozy Powell
Never Never Never - Shirley Bassey
Run Run Run - Jo Jo Gunne
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Sid Nuncius
2019-07-12 05:05:33 UTC
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As we've had a couple of contributions in this category, here's my list
to date of songs whose *titles* are a single word repeated three times
and nothing else (other than some punctuation). Any more suggestions?
(This list is from memory, unaided by search engines, btw, which to me
is the fun of it. I have had to google the a couple of performers
artist when I remembered the title, i.e. Shirley & Company and Ohio
Express.)
Apologies if these have already been mentioned
Love Love Love - Bobby Head
Na Na Na - Cozy Powell
Never Never Never - Shirley Bassey
Run Run Run - Jo Jo Gunne
The first three haven't. Thanks, Penny.
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Clive Arthur
2019-07-14 16:37:10 UTC
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As we've had a couple of contributions in this category, here's my list
to date of songs whose *titles* are a single word repeated three times
and nothing else (other than some punctuation). Any more suggestions?
Dead, dead, dead - Mr Hankey



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Nick Odell
2019-07-15 14:19:20 UTC
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As we've had a couple of contributions in this category, here's my list
to date of songs whose *titles* are a single word repeated three times
and nothing else (other than some punctuation). Any more suggestions?
(This list is from memory, unaided by search engines, btw, which to me
is the fun of it.  I have had to google the a couple of performers
artist when I remembered the title, i.e. Shirley & Company and Ohio
Express.)
Alright Alright Alright – Mungo Jerry
Baby Baby Baby – Teresa Brewer
Dance Dance Dance – Beach Boys
Da Da Da – Trio
Fun Fun Fun – Beach Boys
Gimme, Gimme, Gimme – Abba
Girls! Girls! Girls! –  Elvis Presley
Go Go Go – Dean Martin
Hey Hey Hey – Chris Smither
Jeannie, Jeannie, Jeannie – Eddie Cochran
La La La – Gerry & The Pacemakers
Money, Money, Money – Abba
No No No – James Brown
Neat Neat Neat – The Damned
Please, Please, Please – Ducks Deluxe
Quando Quando Quando – Pat Boone etc
Run Run Run – Jo Jo Gunne
Sing Sing Sing – Andrews Sisters
Say Say Say – Paul McCartney & Michael Jackson
Shame, Shame, Shame – Shirley & Company
Turn! Turn! Turn! – Byrds
Yummy Yummy Yummy – Ohio Express
And we all remember Sabrina Salerno and her performance of
Boys, Boys, Boys, don't we? Or is that only me?

Nick
Sid Nuncius
2019-07-15 17:04:13 UTC
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As we've had a couple of contributions in this category, here's my
list to date of songs whose *titles* are a single word repeated three
times and nothing else (other than some punctuation). Any more
suggestions?
And we all remember Sabrina Salerno and her performance of
Boys, Boys, Boys, don't we? Or is that only me?
As we all know, YANAOU, but that one passed me by, I'm afraid. Added to
the list, mind you. Thanks.
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