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An alphabetical list of musical catch phrases:

* "I buried Paul" - The final line in Music/TheBeatles' "Strawberry Fields Forever" (1967), which was actually John Lennon muttering "cranberry sauce". Nevertheless the phrase "I buried Paul" became an urban legend.
** "Yeah yeah yeah" - The Beatles. Their early songs often use "yeah yeah yeah" as a refrain. In France early pop music was even named "yy music".
* "Jah Rastafari!" - Bob Marley
* "Hi-de-ho!" - CabCalloway
* "Say our name with us now, one time together, my brothers, my sisters, my blood... [[AudienceParticipation WE ARE]]! Music/{{DISTURBED}}!"
** "Spread the sickness, infect the world..."
* "So far away" - Music/{{Dragonforce}}
* "We love you madly"- DukeEllington's traditional closing message.
* "Elvis has left the building." - Closing statement after ElvisPresley's concerts
** "Thank you. Thank you very much." - ElvisPresley
* "Doobie doobie do" - FrankSinatra's famous scatting at the end of "Strangers in the Night" (1967)
* "Oops upside your head- I say: oops upside your head" - "Oops Upside Your Head" (1979) by the Gap Band
* "Bow wow wow yippie-yo yippie yeah/ Bow wow wow yippie-yo yippie yeah" - GeorgeClinton in "Atomic Dog" (1983)
* "Scream for me, [[CheapHeat (city name)]]]!" - [[Music/IronMaiden Bruce Dickinson]]
* "[[Music/IronMaiden Scream for me !]] SCREAM FOR ME !"
** "Up the Irons!"
* "Ain't it funky now?" - JamesBrown
** "Can't pass the people, can't pass me! Hit me!" -JamesBrown
*** "I feel good!"- JamesBrown, who used this line in his SignatureSong "I Feel Good (I Got You)", but also dozens of other times in other songs and during public appearances.
* "Hi[=/=]Hello, I'm JohnnyCash."
* YOU WANTED THE BEST, YOU GOT THE BEST! THE HOTTEST BAND IN THE WORLD...{{KISS}}!
** YOU WANTED THE WORST, YOU GOT THE WORST: THE ONE, THE ONLY, [[Music/LimpBizkit LIMP BIZKIT]]!
* "I wish my brother George was here." - Liberace
* "A-wop-bop-a-loo-bop-a-lop-bop-bop!" - From LittleRichard's "Tutti Fruttu" (1956), became a catch phrase still associated with the singer.
* "Can't touch this!" - MCHammer
* "Thank you all, you've been great; we've been Music/{{Megadeth}}".
* "Shamone" - MichaelJackson (Reference to his song "Bad", though he actually says: "c'mon". It has been spoofed in popular culture as "shamone")
* "We are Music/{{Motorhead}}, and we will kick your ass/play rock 'n roll."
* {{OFWGKTA}} has several. "Fuck Steve Harvey", "GOLF WANG", "swag me out" and of course "free Earl".
* "Yeaaaaaah booooyyy!" - Flavor Flav of PublicEnemy
* "Gabba Gabba Hey!" - TheRamones
** "Hey! Ho! Let's go!" - TheRamones
* "We are {{REM}} and this is what we do."
** "...[[InnocentInnuendo when you're not looking]]."
* "Look out!" - Music/RonnieJamesDio
* In {{Music/Savatage}}'s ''Music/StreetsARockOpera'': "JesusSaves!" is the catchphrase of both DT Jesus' music fans and his clients from his drug dealing days.
* "No future!" - TheSexPistols. JohnnyRotten mentioned this phrase in their song "God Save The Queen" and it quickly became a nihilistic slogan for punks everywhere.
* "[[Music/{{Slipknot}} This is your new National-fucking-anthem! This is surfacing!]]"
* "YOUUUUUU!!!!! Soulja Boy Tell Em..." - [[SouljaBoy Soulja Boy Tell Em]]
* "Put your hands up in the air and wave 'em like you just don't care" - Used zillions of times in any catchy song. The earliest use was probably "Rapper's Delight" (1979) by The Sugar Hill Gang.
* "Is everybody happy?" - [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ted_Lewis_(musician) Ted Lewis]]
* The announcement "The Official Adventures of..." from Music/GrandmasterFlash.
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