Synonyms of 'song'
a piece of music with words, composed for the voicea voice singing a Spanish song
one of the most beautiful ballads he ever wrote
an old Irish air
She was humming a merry little tune.
Yeats used Comyn's `The Lay of Oisin on the Land of Youth' as a source.
She could hear the tinny strains of a chamber orchestra.
The singing of Christmas carols is ultimately of pagan origin.
We were listening to a sublime Gregorian chant.
a catchy melody with a frenetic beat
the Olympic anthem
Readings were accompanied by an old Irish hymn.
He recited the twenty-third psalm.
one of my father's favourite sea shanties
pop song, , , , ,
the tuneful call made by certain birds or insectsIt's been a long time since I heard a blackbird's song in the evening.
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in the sense of air
a simple tunean old Irish air
in the sense of anthem
a piece of music for a choir, usually set to words from the Biblethe Olympic anthem
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