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This is a '''list of songs written about the city of Birmingham''':
 
This is a '''list of songs written about the city of Birmingham''':

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This is a list of songs written about the city of Birmingham:

Birmingham is also mentioned in the following:

  • Chuck Berry, "Promised Land" (later remade as a 1975 hit for Elvis Presley)
  • Billy Joel, "We Didn't Start the Fire"
  • Little Richard, "Hey, Hey, Hey, Hey"
  • Lynyrd Skynyrd, "Sweet Home Alabama"
  • Tom Waits, "Swordfishtrombone" (1983)
  • Drive-By Truckers, "One of These Days"
  • Andy Offutt Irwin, "Maribel"
  • Birmingham J, "Alabama Anthem" (2005)
  • Frank Perkins/Mitchell Parish, "Stars Fell on Alabama", 1934
  • Lyle Lovett, "I Can't Love You Anymore"
  • Lyle Lovett, "Her First Mistake"
  • Paul Simon, "Sure Don't Feel Like Love", 2006

Source

  • "List of songs about Birmingham, Alabama." Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia. 19 Mar 2006, 17:22 UTC. 19 Mar 2006, 19:09 [1].
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