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    (Original post by Big-Daddy)
    Is there a (fairly) recent song with the lyrics "Na Na Na Na Na" (the fourth "Na" being particularly high)?

    The tune of the "Na"s is E, F#, G, higher D, B.

    Most of the song has consistent Gs followed by a string of G, A, B.

    I heard it earlier today on London's Heart, immediately following Michael Bublé's "Just Haven't Met You Yet" (around 8:20 AM).

    Thanks to anyone who can help!
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    (Original post by tu_es_jolie_x)
    Thanks for the help. That's not the one though.
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    Anyone know that tune that they play before football matches a lot? From the bit I have heard there is no singing in it and it sounds like the tune is played completely on a synthesiser.

    The part of the melody that I have heard begins with an A sounding like it lasts about three beats. It then lowers to a G then goes up to C and descends to B, A then G and back up to an A.

    Wwwwwwweeeeeeeeeeehhhhhhhhh weeh weh weh weh weh weeeeh ........... weh weh weh. It sounds a bit like that.
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    (Original post by TheTeaTheory)
    Anyone know that tune that they play before football matches a lot? From the bit I have heard there is no singing in it and it sounds like the tune is played completely on a synthesiser.

    The part of the melody that I have heard begins with an A sounding like it lasts about three beats. It then lowers to a G then goes up to C and descends to B, A then G and back up to an A.

    Wwwwwwweeeeeeeeeeehhhhhhhhh weeh weh weh weh weh weeeeh ........... weh weh weh. It sounds a bit like that.
    your weh bits sound like hey jude
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    (Original post by yellowtrees)
    your weh bits sound like hey jude
    Ha, so it does but it is definitely not 'Hey Jude'.
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    Hey Everyone,

    Everytime i have gone out in the last 2 weeks on Student Night, i have heard a song but i dont know what it is. The only words i can remember are "In Septemberrrrrrrr". Its a pretty cheesy song, sung by a lady i believe, and i have seen a few guys doing a dance routine to it, but it could be their personal routine?

    I have been searching all day but the only thing google and youtube keep coming up with is a Earth Wind and Fire, but it's not that.

    Thanks
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    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=k7z9r...feature=relmfu

    from 26:08 to 27:20

    has the words "Simply passing"
    and the line "like a drop in the ocean of blue sky"
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    In the Classic FM advert there's a piece of piano as the guy says 'for revising', I think. It's amazing, any help? Thanks.
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    This is going to sound really vague but I always hear this song in shops. It sounds like it has some sort of african chant tune, but the words are in English. Quite upbeat, but the words are quiet I can never make out what is being said!
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    (Original post by SHABANA)
    This is going to sound really vague but I always hear this song in shops. It sounds like it has some sort of african chant tune, but the words are in English. Quite upbeat, but the words are quiet I can never make out what is being said!
    is it this one? it sounds african and it's currently in the charts.

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    (Original post by magdaplaysbass)
    is it this one? it sounds african and it's currently in the charts.

    No it's not that one. I think it has been around for roughly a year?
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    (Original post by Big-Daddy)
    Is there a (fairly) recent song with the lyrics "Na Na Na Na Na" (the fourth "Na" being particularly high)?

    The tune of the "Na"s is E, F#, G, higher D, B.

    Most of the song has consistent Gs followed by a string of G, A, B.

    I heard it earlier today on London's Heart, immediately following Michael Bublé's "Just Haven't Met You Yet" (around 8:20 AM).

    Thanks to anyone who can help!

    Edit: It's not "We Are Young" ... the "Na" sequence doesn't really fit the notes I suggested.
    Is it B.o.B "so good"

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IoBP24I2lwA
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    Hi need some help please!

    Key features of the song:

    • starts off slow with one female artist
    • then starts speeding up
    • other female artist starts with a total different beat
    • they then end up merging their two songs...
    • they seem like they're having a music battle


    I remember watching the music video and thinking... wtf...! but then it kinda worked...and I've missed that song since!

    Does anyone know which one I'm talking about?!
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    A couple for the deep music heads

    http://podcast.dgen.net/rinsefm/podc...eman270512.mp3

    Tune coming starting at 1h: 06m: 40s. If you could find it, you'll make me a very happy man.

    Also this garage banger:

    http://soundcloud.com/skins345669/id-this-track
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    Heard a song I really liked last night but, due to being a bit 'worse for wear', I can only remember the lyrics "This is a dream" or maybe "This is just a dream". It's quite slow, but still a club tune. Any ideas?
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    (Original post by TheTeaTheory)
    Anyone know that tune that they play before football matches a lot? From the bit I have heard there is no singing in it and it sounds like the tune is played completely on a synthesiser.

    The part of the melody that I have heard begins with an A sounding like it lasts about three beats. It then lowers to a G then goes up to C and descends to B, A then G and back up to an A.

    Wwwwwwweeeeeeeeeeehhhhhhhhh weeh weh weh weh weh weeeeh ........... weh weh weh. It sounds a bit like that.
    complete shot in the dark but is it

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    (Original post by LukeMT)
    Heard a song I really liked last night but, due to being a bit 'worse for wear', I can only remember the lyrics "This is a dream" or maybe "This is just a dream". It's quite slow, but still a club tune. Any ideas?
    Nelly - Just A Dream?
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    (Original post by SHABANA)
    No it's not that one. I think it has been around for roughly a year?
    Not that waving flag song by K'naan? Stab in the dark tbh..
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    (Original post by Glennith)
    Not that waving flag song by K'naan? Stab in the dark tbh..
    No, it's slightly folky if that's any help
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    (Original post by SHABANA)
    No, it's slightly folky if that's any help
    Not folky but:



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