Little Ditties: 20 Short But Sweet Classic Rock Songs That Leave Us Wanting More

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4. Queen “Lazing on a Sunday Afternoon” (1:07)


This fun, almost goofy track from 1975’s classic A Night at the Opera was written by lead singer Freddie Mercury and describes the narrator’s typical week. The song contains some beautiful vocal harmonies as well as an unexpected key change leading into the guitar solo.
3. The Beach Boys “Our Prayer” (1:05)


The a cappella hymn was written by Brian Wilson and originally intended for the band’s album, Smile, which was ultimately shelved. The song was eventually released on their 1969 album 20/20 and is a gorgeous display of their vocal harmonies.

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