Red Dog Music | Oct 9, 2018 | 0
The ultimate list of plant pun song titles!
The sun is out (at least it is as I type this…), and it’s time to enjoy the garden in bloom. My rhododendrons have finished now after their spectacular candy red display, but the verbenas, brachyscomes and lobelia are taking up the mantle with a festival of colour and the buds of the geraniums are fit to burst into a rapturous volcano of floral beauty. If you like geraniums.
And that’s before we even get to the variegated clematis.
But enough of that, time for some tunes. Yes, it’s another somewhat frivolous blog post, but as the cheese pun song titles was one of our most popular posts, we thought we’d do another. This time, let’s celebrate the (eventual) transition from spring to summer with some garden plant pun song titles!
Of course, we’re always keen to hear yours as well, so get them in a comment!
Normal instrument and audio technology post service will resume shortly. Possibly Friday.
No Doubt – Hellebore Good
Culture Club – Karma Camelia
ABBA – Hey Hey Helenium
The Beatles – A Hard Day’s Nightshade
Weezer – Buddleia Holly
The Eurythmics – Sweet Pea(s) are Made of These
Violent Femmes – Blister in the Sunflower
AC/DC – Whole Lotta Roses
Rednex – Cotoneaster Eye Joe
Aerosmith – Lupin an Elevator
Nirvana – Heart Shaped Box
Jimi Hendrix – Phloxy Lady
Lionel Richie – Aloe (Is it me You’re Looking For?)
Paul Simon – One Trick Peony
King Crimson – Larkspur Tongues in Aspic
Texas – Black Eyed Susan Boy
Shirley Bassey – Marigold Finger
Tony Christie – Is This the Way to Amaryllis
Soup Dragons – I’m Fresia
Daft Punk – Digitalis Love
Motorhead – Acer of Spades
Blondie – The Tide is Hibiscus
Monty Python – Isn’t it Awfully Nice to Have a Pieris
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