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Songs that mention or have a central theme around the sense of hearing.
Central Theme[edit | edit source]
- Ana Ng - "Listen, Ana, hear my words, etc."
- Absolutely Bill's Mood - auditory hallucinations
- Hearing Aid
- I Can Hear You
- I Hear A New World
- I Hear The Wind Blow
- I Heard A Sound
- Man, It's So Loud In Here
- Reptiles Eat With The Bones We Hear With
- The Bells Are Ringing - "They hear the instructions, etc."
- The Communists Have The Music
Briefly mentioned[edit | edit source]
- 32 Footsteps - "32 lies my ears never saw when the floorboard gave way"
- Backstabbing Liar - "Hear the scream that the turning subway made, hear the screams of the people in your way."
- Birdhouse In Your Soul - "So the room must listen to me"
- Butcher's Tale - "But the preacher doesn't hear these guns"
- Cage & Aquarium - "Then you hear a moment too late"
- Car Alarms - "We can't hear your car alarms"
- Distant Antenna - "Finally free, they hear and understand."
- Everything Right Is Wrong Again - "I know you’ve heard the voice"
- I'm All You Can Think About - "Every song you hear reminds you of me as well"
- In The Middle, In The Middle, In The Middle - "Use your ears to hear"
- Lullaby To Nightmares - "Have you ever heard the blackbird's song"
- Maybe I Know - "I hear them whispering as I walk by"
- Number Two - "Two ears on your head, so you can hear when I'm talkin'"
- Santa's Beard "She kissed him once and whispered in his ear"
- See The Constellation "Can you hear what I see in the sky?"
- She's An Angel - "When they sing, you can’t hear"
- Spiraling Shape - "Listen to this warning"
- The Guitar (The Lion Sleeps Tonight) - "I can't hear the guitar"
- They Got Lost - “They can hear her say their name on the car radio”
- Tippecanoe And Tyler Too - "Oh who has heard the great commotion"
- Unsupervised, I Hit My Head - "I hear the phone ring"