“Red, White, and Blue” Sentunes

To celebrate Independence Day in the United States, here’s a twist on sentunes.  For this, come up with a “red, white, and blue” mini-sentune (remember that that’s three song titles in a row put together to create a grammatically correct and complete sentence) by using a song from an artist with a name that contains the word “red,” then a song from an artist with a name that contains the word “white,” and finally a song from an artist with a name that contains the word “blue.”  The artist can be a band, an individual, a duo, or any other form of act, as long as you’re using the name by which the act goes.  The word can appear anywhere in the name, including a first name, a last name, as any word within a band’s name, as part of another word within the act’s name, and so on.  The song titles need to appear in “red, white, and blue” order, meaning that the song by the artist with “white” in the name has to come first, followed by the song by the artist with “red” in the name, and concluding with the song by the artist with “blue” in the name.

For example, using a song by Simply Red, a song by White Lion, and a song by Blues Brothers, I came up with “If you don’t know me by now, wait, soul man.”  Can you come up with any “red, white, and blue” sentunes?

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  1. Avatar Marc Majers says:

    Redman, White Snake and Blues Traveler
    “Whateva Man, Here I Go Again, The Mountains Win Again”

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