songis a musical composition.
Song or songs may also refer to:
* A vocal
* A recorded
* "Songs" (Admiral Freebee album), 2005
* "Songs" (Luther Vandross album), 1994
* "Songs" (Regina Spektor album), 2002
* "Songs" (Rich Mullins album), 1996
* Song #1, a song by Serebro and Russia's entry in the Eurovision 2007 Song Contest
* "Song", a song by Avail from their 1994 album "Dixie"
* "Song", an LP from the
Classics IV, 1970
Song 2, a song by Blur.
Theo Tams's first single.
Song (surname)(宋, 崇), a Chinese surname
Song (Korean name), a Korean family name
Rigobert Song, a football (soccer) player from Cameroon
Alexandre Song, a Cameroonian footballer and nephew of Rigobert Song
Daewon Song, American professional skateboarder
Brenda Song, a Disney Channeland The Suite Life of Zack and Codystar
Song (airline), a former low-fare airline in the United States
Type 039 submarineNATO code name Song class, a diesel-electric submarine used by the People's Liberation Army Navy
Song railway stationin the Heilongjiang province, the only railway station in China with one-character name
In government and locations:
Liu Song Dynasty, the first of the four Southern Dynasties in China, followed by the Southern Qi Dynasty
Song Dynasty, a ruling dynasty in China from 960-1279
Song (state), a state during the Eastern Zhou Spring and Autumn Period
Song, Nigeria, an area in Nigeria
Song, Sarawak, the capital of the Song District in Malaysia
Song County, in Henan, China
* "Song", a poem by English poet
* SONGS, the acronym for the
San Onofre Nuclear Generating Station
Ming (typeface), a typeface that is known as "Song typeface" in China.
Song of Solomon, a book of the Hebrew Bible
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