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College listeners will find themselves Googling lyric phrases to discover the artists and song titles of all the oddities they hear; older listeners will just go giddily searching for the hash pipe. Below are 50 of the better mind-benders heard on 103.1 recently.

In no particular order, which is just the way the station plays them:

The Band -- "Life Is a Carnival"

Nilsson -- "Gotta Get Up"

Procol Harum -- "Simple Sister"

Steppenwolf -- "Monster"

The Beatles -- "Wild Honey Pie"

Blind Faith -- "Well All Right"

The Guess Who -- "Share the Land"

James Taylor -- "Suite for 20G"

Boz Scaggs -- "Dinah Flo"

Spirit -- "Animal Zoo"

Chicago -- "Questions 67 and 68"

Joe Cocker -- "Delta Lady"

Heart -- "Magazine"

Status Quo -- "Pictures of Matchstick Men"

Brewer & Shipley -- "Wichi Tai To"

Lee Michaels -- "Heighty Hi"

Men at Work -- "Dr. Heckle & Mr. Jive"

Cream -- "World of Pain"

Elton John -- "Captain Fantastic and the Brown Dirt Cowboy"

Savoy Brown -- "Street Corner Talking"

Steve Miller Band -- "My Dark Hour"

Buffalo Springfield -- "Rock & Roll Woman"

Cars -- "Good Times Roll"

Sly & the Family Stone -- "Thank You (Falettinme Be Mice Elf Agin)"

Elton John -- "Take Me to the Pilot"

Neil Diamond -- "Thank the Lord for the Night Time"

Warren Zevon -- "Roland the Headless Thompson Gunner"

Pat Benatar -- "All Fired Up"

Ringo Starr -- "Back Off Boogaloo"

Grand Funk Railroad -- "Mean Mistreater"

Steely Dan -- "Black Friday"

Peter Frampton -- "(I'll Give You) Money"

Led Zeppelin -- "Bring It On Home"

Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young -- "Déjà Vu"

Jimi Hendrix -- "Stone Free"

Billy Joel -- "Allentown"

Linda Ronstadt -- "Silver Threads and Golden Needles"

Mountain -- "Mississippi Queen"

Eric Clapton -- "Presence of the Lord"

Pete Townshend -- "Let's See Action"

Traffic -- "Heaven Is In Your Mind"

Blondie -- "The Tide Is High"

Cat Stevens -- "Hard Headed Woman"

Blood, Sweat & Tears -- "Go Down Gambling"

The Doors -- "When the Music's Over"

Blue Cheer -- "Summertime Blues"

The Band -- "The Shape I'm In"

Moody Blues -- "Isn't Life Strange"

Graham Nash -- "We Can Change the World"

Sugarloaf -- "Green Eyed Lady" (long version)

-- Jimmy Magahern

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