The Cranberries Complete Song List  

Think you have every Cranberries song that exists? There's only one way to find out. Zombieguide has compiled a list of every Cranberries title known to exist and tells you where you can find it if it seems to be missing from your collection. This list includes titles by the band, duets, cover songs, and even solo tracks by the lovely Mrs. O'Riordan-Burton herself.

Song TitleInformation
7 YearsDescription: Unreleased 5th B-side from "Wake Up and Smell the Coffee." It was written by Dolores and has a "country tinge," including the use of a steel-pedal guitar. The song is owned by Universal and has only a slim chance of being released. Click here for more details.

Found on: None (future release possible)

A Fast OneDescription: Early demo track written shortly after Dolores joined the band. (Also see "New One")

Found on: "Watercircle" demo (1990)

AnalyseDescription: First single from "Wake Up and Smell the Coffee"

Found on: "Wake Up and Smell the Coffee" album (2001), "Analyse" single (2001), Music Video: "Time is Ticking Out" single (2002)

Animal InstinctDescription: Second single from "Bury the Hatchet," written at Metalworks Studio sessions in 1997 in Toronto, Canada

Found on: "Bury the Hatchet" album (1999), "Animal Instinct" single (1999)

Astral ProjectionDescription: New song debuted on the European Summer 2003 tour, likely to be recorded for the band's sixth album.

Found on: Bootlegs, upcoming sixth album (2005?)

Ave MariaDescription: Latin Hymn, Dolores duet with Luciano Pavarotti on September 15, 1995

Found on: "Pavarotti and Friends for the Children of Bosnia" album and VHS (1996), "To the Faithful Departed" album re-release (2002)

AwayDescription: "No Need to Argue" B-Side

Found on: "Zombie" single (1994), "Doors and Windows" enhanced CD (1995), "No Need to Argue" album re-release (2002)

Baby BluesDescription: "Bury the Hatchet" B-Side

Found on: "Animal Instinct" single (1999), "Bury the Hatchet: The Complete Sessions" album (2000/2001)

BosniaDescription: "To the Faithful Departed" album track

Found on: "To the Faithful Departed" album (1996), "Free to Decide" single (1996)

CallingDescription: "Calling" was the first song Dolores ever wrote, when she was about 12 years old. It was written about a crush she had on a much older man. It was never performed publicly, so no recordings exist.

Found on: No recordings exist

CarouselDescription: Dolores duet with Touch of Oliver

Found on: Touch of Oliver's "Touch of Oliver" album (1993)

Carry OnDescription: "Wake Up and Smell the Coffee" album track

Found on: "Wake Up and Smell the Coffee" album (2001)

Cape Town (aka Down in Capetown)Description: "Wake Up and Smell the Coffee" B-Side, The song was written about the band's first trip to Cape Town, South Africa, in the summer of 2000. It was originally tentatively titled "Down in Capetown" and was the first revealed title from the "Wake Up and Smell the Coffee" sessions.

Found on: "Wake Up and Smell the Coffee" album (North American version) (2001)

Chocolate BrownDescription: "Wake Up and Smell the Coffee" album track

Found on: "Wake Up and Smell the Coffee" album (2001)

(They Long to Be) Close to YouDescription: "No Need to Argue" B-side, Carpenters cover

Found on: "I Can't Be With You" single (1995), "I Wish I Were a Carpenter" VA album (1995), "No Need to Argue" album re-release (2002)

CopycatDescription: "Bury the Hatchet" album track, was released as a promo single in Spain

Found on: "Bury the Hatchet" album (1999), "Copycat" promo single (2000)

Concept, The (aka The Concept of Love)Description: "Wake Up and Smell the Coffee" album track, was titled "The Concept of Love" on the Japanese version and other international versions

Found on: "Wake Up and Smell the Coffee" album (2001)

CordellDescription: "To the Faithful Departed" B-Side, written for Denny Cordell, renowned Island Records agent who signed the band to the label, who died in 1995

Found on: "Free to Decide" single (1996), "When You're Gone" single (1996), "To the Faithful Departed" album re-release (2002)

CrazyDescription: Patsy Cline cover. The cover was only performed live on the 1996 American leg of the "Free to Decide" tour.

Found on: Bootleg only

Crown Paint (aka Chrome Paint)Description: Early demo track written shortly after Dolores joined the band. The title is "Crown Paint" (as seen on the band's handwritten setlist for their first gig), but a local paper mistakenly called it "Chrome Paint", a title which has since stuck with it among fans. It was probably named for a popular brand of paint (picture) in Ireland and the UK as a joke, much like the tongue-in-cheek nature of many of their early songtitles. (Thanks Phil!)

Found on: "Watercircle" demo (1990)

Daffodil LamentDescription: "No Need to Argue" album track

Found on: "No Need to Argue" album (1994)

DelilahDescription: "Bury the Hatchet" album track

Found on: "Bury the Hatchet" album (1999)

Desperate AndyDescription: "Bury the Hatchet" album track, written at Metalworks Studio sessions in 1997 in Toronto, Canada

Found on: "Bury the Hatchet" album (1999)

DisappointmentDescription: "No Need to Argue" album track

Found on: "No Need to Argue" album (1994)

Do You KnowDescription: "Wake Up and Smell the Coffee" album track, written at Metalworks Studio sessions in 1997 in Toronto, Canada

Found on: "Wake Up and Smell the Coffee" album (2001)

Dreaming My DreamsDescription: "No Need to Argue" album track, written for Dolores's husband Don

Found on: "No Need to Argue" album (1994)

DreamsDescription: First single from "Everybody Else Is Doing It, So Why Can't We?" album

Found on: "Everybody Else Is Doing It, So Why Can't We?" album (1993), "Dreams" single (1992/1994), "Nothing Left At All" demo (1991)

Dying InsideDescription: "Wake Up and Smell the Coffee" album track, written on No Need to Argue Tour 1994-1995

Found on: "Wake Up and Smell the Coffee" album (2001)

Dying in the SunDescription: "Bury the Hatchet" album track

Found on: "Bury the Hatchet" album (1999)

Electric BlueDescription: "To the Faithful Departed" album track, written for Dolores's husband Don

Found on: "To the Faithful Departed" album (1996)

EmptyDescription: "No Need to Argue" album track

Found on: "No Need to Argue" album (1994)

Every MorningDescription: "Wake Up and Smell the Coffee" album track. The song was written on Dolores's 29th birthday, September 6, 2000.

Found on: "Wake Up and Smell the Coffee" album (2001)

Everything I SaidDescription: "No Need to Argue" album track

Found on: "No Need to Argue" album (1994)

FalseDescription: Early song, only studio recording is the Dave Fanning Sessions, played on tour in 1994

Found on: Dave Fanning Sessions (1991-1992)

Fee Fi FoDescription: "Bury the Hatchet" album track

Found on: "Bury the Hatchet" album (1999)

Forever Yellow SkiesDescription: "To the Faithful Departed" album track

Found on: "To the Faithful Departed" album (1996)

Free to DecideDescription: Second single from "To the Faithful Departed"

Found on: "To the Faithful Departed" album (1996), "Free to Decide" single (1996), "Free to Decide/When You're Gone" single (1996)

God Be With YouDescription: Dolores solo song written and recorded in 1997 for The Devil's Own (movie)

Found on: "The Devil's Own" soundtrack (1997), "Just My Imagination" single (1999), "To the Faithful Departed" album re-release (2002)

Good Morning GodDescription: Cranberry Saw Us song written by first singer Niall Quinn

Found on: "Anything" demo (1990)

Go Your Own WayDescription: Fleetwood Mac cover, recorded by Dolores and Noel in 1997

Found on: "Legacy: A Tribute To Fleetwood Mac's Rumours" (1998), "To the Faithful Departed" album re-release (2002)

GringoDescription: Early song, found on setlist for band's first gig

Found on: No known recordings exist

Hollywood (aka Not Hollywood)Description: "To the Faithful Departed" album track, called "Not Hollywood" by Dolores on tour, became Limited Edition single in France

Found on: "To the Faithful Departed" album (1996), "Hollywood" single (France) (1997)

Hot Dog Neddy (aka Hot Dog)Description: Early song, was titled by Mike and apparently had nothing to do with either hot dogs or a man named Neddy

Found on: No known recordings exist

HowDescription: "Everybody Else Is Doing It, So Why Can't We?" album track

Found on: "Everybody Else Is Doing It, So Why Can't We?" album (1993)

How's It Going to Bleed?Description: Cranberry Saw Us song written by first singer Niall Quinn

Found on: "Anything" demo (1990)

I Can't Be With YouThird single from "No Need to Argue"

Found on: "No Need to Argue" album (1994), "I Can't Be With You" single (1995)

Icicle Melts, TheDescription: "No Need to Argue" album track

Found on: "No Need to Argue" album (1994)

I Don't NeedDescription: "No Need to Argue" B-side

Found on: "Zombie" single (1994), "Doors and Windows" enhanced CD (1995), "No Need to Argue" album re-release (2002)

I Just Shot John Lennon (aka John Lennon Died)Description: "To the Faithful Departed" album track, was originally titled "John Lennon Died" when the band played the song on tour in 1995

Found on: "To the Faithful Departed" album (1996)

I'm Still RememberingDescription: "To the Faithful Departed" album track

Found on: "To the Faithful Departed" album (1996)

In It TogetherDescription: New song debuted on the European Summer 2003 tour, likely to be recorded for the band's sixth album.

Found on: Bootlegs, upcoming sixth album (2005?)

IntermissionDescription: "To the Faithful Departed" B-side, instrumental

Found on: "To the Faithful Departed" album (Japanese Version) (1996), "To the Faithful Departed" album re-release (2002)

In the GhettoDescription: "Wake Up and Smell the Coffee" B-side, Elvis cover

Found on: "Wake Up and Smell the Coffee" album (International Version) (2001)

Iosa ("Jesus")Description: The only entirely Gaelic song written by the band ("Iosa" is Gaelic for "Jesus"). It was written for Dolores' deceased grandfather, Joe (see "Joe" below). It was performed by the band in the video of the London Underground 1991, the oldest Cranberries bootleg known to exist. Click here for more info about "Iosa."

Found on: Bootleg only (London 1991)

I Really HopeDescription: "Wake Up and Smell the Coffee" album track

Found on: "Wake Up and Smell the Coffee" album (2001)

It's Only Rock 'n' RollDescription: This song was a charity track featuring Dolores with various artists to benefit A Children's Promise. Rolling Stones cover

Found on: "It's Only Rock 'n' Roll" single (UK) (1999)

I Still DoDescription: "Everybody Else Is Doing It, So Why Can't We?" album track

Found on: "Everybody Else Is Doing It, So Why Can't We?" album (1993)

I Was Always All WaysDescription: Cranberry Saw Us song written by first singer Niall Quinn, performed live

Found on: No recordings exist

I Will Always"Everybody Else Is Doing It, So Why Can't We?" album track

Found on: "Everybody Else Is Doing It, So Why Can't We?" album (1993)

Just My ImaginationDescription: Third single from "Bury the Hatchet"

Found on: "Bury the Hatchet" album (1999), "Just My Imagination" single (1999)

JoeDescription: "To the Faithful Departed" album track, written about the death of Dolores's grandfather, Joe

Found on: "To the Faithful Departed" album (1996)

LiarDescription: "Everybody Else Is Doing It, So Why Can't We?" B-side

Found on: "Dreams" single (1992/1994), "Linger" single (1993), "Everybody Else Is Doing It, So Why Can't We?" album re-release (2002)

Like You Used ToDescription: Early demo track. The only studio recording known to exist is from the Dave Fanning Sessions.

Found on: Dave Fanning Sessions (1991-1992)

LingerDescription: Second single from "Everybody Else Is Doing It, So Why Can't We?," first song written together as a band with Dolores

Found on: "Everybody Else Is Doing It, So Why Can't We?" album (1993), "Linger" single (1993)

Little Drummer BoyDescription: Traditional Christmas song, Dolores duet with Westlife, performed on December 15, 2001, at the IX Concerto di Vaticano in Natale by invitation of Pope John Paul II

Found on: Bootleg only

Lost SallyDescription: Cranberry Saw Us song written by first singer Niall Quinn, performed live

Found on: No recordings exist

Loud and ClearDescription: "Bury the Hatchet" album track

Found on: "Bury the Hatchet" album (1999)

Many DaysDescription: "Wake Up and Smell the Coffee" B-side, released for free via the band's official website

Found on: Download via www.cranberries.ie

My Granny Drowned in a Fountain on LourdesDescription: Cranberry Saw Us song written by first singer Niall Quinn, performed live

Found on: No recordings exist

Never Grow OldDescription: "Wake Up and Smell the Coffee" album track

Found on: "Wake Up and Smell the Coffee" album (2001)

New New YorkDescription: Song written in May 2002 during the band's first visit to New York after the terrorist attacks in Sept. 2001. Recorded with Stephen Street for the band's greatest hits album.

Found on: "Stars: The Best of The Cranberries 1992-2002" album (2002)

New OneDescription: Title that appeared on the band's first live setlist in May 1990 (and other early setlists) alongside "Crown Paint." It's speculated (and with good odds) that it is simply an alternate title for "A Fast One." (Also see "A Fast One")

Found on: No recordings exist

No Need to Argue (aka Special)Description: "No Need to Argue" album track, originally titled "Special"

Found on: "No Need to Argue" album (1994)

Not Sorry"Everybody Else Is Doing It, So Why Can't We?" album track

Found on: "Everybody Else Is Doing It, So Why Can't We?" album (1993)

Nothing Left At AllEarly song that appeared on many of the band's early recordings, including the "Uncertain" EP

Found on: "Nothing Left At All" demo (1990), "Nothing Left At All" demo (1991), "Uncertain" EP (1991)

Ode to My FamilyDescription: Second single from "No Need to Argue"

Found on: "No Need to Argue" album (1994), "Ode to My Family" single (1995)

Panis AngelicusDescription: Traditional Latin Christmas song, performed on December 15, 2001, at the IX Concerto di Vaticano in Natale by invitation of Pope John Paul II

Found on: Bootleg only

Paparazzi On MopedsDescription: "Bury the Hatchet" B-Side

Found on: "Animal Instinct" single (1999), "Bury the Hatchet: The Complete Sessions" album (2000/2001/2002)

Pathetic SensesEarly song that appeared on many of the band's early recordings, including the "Uncertain" EP

Found on: "Nothing Left At All" demo (1991), "Uncertain" EP (1991)

Picture I View, TheDescription: "To the Faithful Departed" B-Side

Found on: "Free to Decide" single, "To the Faithful Departed" album re-release (2002)

Pretty"Everybody Else Is Doing It, So Why Can't We?" album track

Found on: "Everybody Else Is Doing It, So Why Can't We?" album (1993)

Pretty EyesDescription: "Wake Up and Smell the Coffee" album track

Found on: "Wake Up and Smell the Coffee" album (2001)

PromisesDescription: First single from "Bury the Hatchet"

Found on: "Bury the Hatchet" album (1999), "Promises" single (1999)

Put Me DownDescription: "Everybody Else Is Doing It, So Why Can't We?" album track

Found on: "Everybody Else Is Doing It, So Why Can't We?" album (1993), Dave Fanning Sessions (1991-1992), "Nothing Left At All" demo (1991)

ReasonDescription: "Everybody Else Is Doing It, So Why Can't We?" B-side

Found on: "Linger" single (1993), "Everybody Else Is Doing It, So Why Can't We?" album re-release (2002), Dave Fanning Sessions (1991-1992)

Rebels, TheDescription: "To the Faithful Departed" album track

Found on: "To the Faithful Departed" album (1996)

Ridiculous ThoughtsDescription: Fourth single from "No Need to Argue"

Found on: "No Need to Argue" album (1994), "Ridiculous Thoughts" single (1996)

SalvationDescription: First single from "To the Faithful Departed"

Found on: "To the Faithful Departed" album (1996), "Salvation" single (1996)

Same Old Story, TheDescription: "Uncertain" era song found on the beginning of a circa 1992 setlist seen in the tour collage in "Stars." According to a interview with Dolores in 2002, the song was played live only twice and was never recorded. Click here for more info on "The Same Old Story."

Found on: No recordings known to exist.

Saving GraceDescription: "Bury the Hatchet" album track

Found on: "Bury the Hatchet" album (1999)

Seven YearsDescription: See "7 Years."
ShatteredDescription: "Bury the Hatchet" album track, written at Metalworks Studio sessions in 1997 in Toronto, Canada

Found on: "Bury the Hatchet" album (1999)

Shine Down (aka Take My Soul Away)Early song that appeared on many of the band's early recordings, including the "Nothing Left At All" 1991 demo. It was originally titled "Shine Down" on this recording, but was later retitled "Take My Sould Away" for the Dave Fanning Sessions

Found on: "Nothing Left At All" demo (1991), Dave Fanning Sessions (1991-1992)

Silent NightDescription: Traditional Christmas song, performed by Dolores with several other artists on December 15, 2001, at the IX Concerto di Vaticano in Natale by invitation of Pope John Paul II

Found on: Bootleg only

Sixty-NinerDescription: Cranberry Saw Us song written by first singer Niall Quinn, performed live

Found on: No recordings exist

So Cold in IrelandDescription: "No Need to Argue" B-Side

Found on: "Ode to My Family" single (1995), "Doors and Windows" enhanced CD (1995), "No Need to Argue" album re-release (2002)

Soon Is Never Soon EnoughDescription: Dolores performed backing vocals on this Moose song as a "thank you" for allowing the Cranberries to open for Moose's UK tour in 1992.

Found on: Moose's "XYZ..." album (1992)

Sorry SonDescription: "Bury the Hatchet" B-Side

Found on: "Bury the Hatchet" album (UK and Japanese version) (1999), "Bury the Hatchet: The Complete Sessions" album (2000/2001/2002)

StarsDescription: Recorded with Stephen Street for the band's greatest hits album.

Found on: "Stars: The Best of The Cranberries 1992-2002" album (2002)

Still Can't... (Recognize the Way I Feel)Description: "Everybody Else Is Doing It, So Why Can't We?" album track

Found on: "Everybody Else Is Doing It, So Why Can't We?" album (1993)

Storm in a TeacupDescription: Cranberry Saw Us song written by first singer Niall Quinn

Found on: "Anything" demo (1990)

Such a ShameDescription: "Bury the Hatchet" B-Side

Found on: "Just My Imagination" single (1999), "Bury the Hatchet: The Complete Sessions" album (2000/2001/2002)

Such a WasteDescription: "Wake Up and Smell the Coffee" B-Side

Found on: "This is the Day" single (2002)

SundayDescription: "Everybody Else Is Doing It, So Why Can't We?" album track, second song written together as a band with Dolores, given a promo single release in the United States

Found on: "Everybody Else Is Doing It, So Why Can't We?" album (1993), "Sunday" promo single (1993)

Sun Does Rise, TheDescription: Dolores duet with Jah Wobble's Invaders of the Heart, released as a single and music video

Found on: Jah Wobble's Invaders of the Heart "Take Me to God" album (1994), "The Sun Does Rise" single (1994)

Sweetest Thing, TheDescription: "Bury the Hatchet" B-side

Found on: "Promises" single (1999), "Bury the Hatchet: The Complete Sessions" album (2000/2001/2002)

Take My Soul Away (aka Shine Down)Early song that appeared on many of the band's early recordings, including the "Nothing Left At All" 1991 demo. It was originally titled "Shine Down" on this recording, but was later retitled "Take My Sould Away" for the Dave Fanning Sessions

Found on: "Nothing Left At All" demo (1991), Dave Fanning Sessions (1991-1992)

Time is Ticking OutDescription: Second single from "Wake Up and Smell the Coffee"

Found on: "Wake Up and Smell the Coffee" album (2001), "Time is Ticking Out" single (2002)

ThemEarly song that appeared on the "Uncertain" EP, licensed to Island Records for use as a B-side on singles

Found on: "Uncertain" EP (1991), "Sunday" promo single (1993), "Linger" single (1993), "Everybody Else Is Doing It, So Why Can't We?" album re-release (2002)

This is the DayDescription: Third single from "Wake Up and Smell the Coffee"

Found on: "Wake Up and Smell the Coffee" album (2001), "This is the Day" single (2002)

Throw Me Down a Big StairsDescription: Cranberry Saw Us song written by first singer Niall Quinn

Found on: "Anything" demo (1990)

Twenty OneDescription: "No Need to Argue" album track

Found on: "No Need to Argue" album (1994)

UncertainDescription: Early song that appeared as the title track to the "Uncertain" EP, was originally planned to be the first single from an LP on Xeric Records

Found on: "Uncertain" EP (1991)

Untitled (unofficially aka "Jam Session")Description: Untitled demo track, supposedly recorded shortly after "Watercircle." It is mostly instrumental, but it's possible to hear Dolores' faint singing voice in the background.

Found on: Untitled recording (1990?)

Untitled Christmas SongDescription: Cranberry Saw Us song written by first singer Niall Quinn, performed live in December 1989

Found on: No recordings exist

Wake Up and Smell the CoffeeDescription: Probable fourth single from "Wake Up and Smell the Coffee"

Found on: "Wake Up and Smell the Coffee" album (2001), "Wake Up and Smell the Coffee" single (2002?)

Waltzing BackDescription: "Everybody Else Is Doing It, So Why Can't We?" album track

Found on: "Everybody Else Is Doing It, So Why Can't We?" album (1993)

WantedDescription: "Everybody Else Is Doing It, So Why Can't We?" album track

Found on: "Everybody Else Is Doing It, So Why Can't We?" album (1993)

War ChildDescription: "To the Faithful Departed" album track

Found on: "To the Faithful Departed" album (1996)

What's on My MindDescription: "Bury the Hatchet" album track

Found on: "Bury the Hatchet" album (1999)

What You WereDescription: "Everybody Else Is Doing It, So Why Can't We?" B-side

Found on: "Dreams" single (1992/1994), "Everybody Else Is Doing It, So Why Can't We?" album re-release (2002)

When You're GoneDescription: Third single from "To the Faithful Departed"

Found on: "To the Faithful Departed" album (1996), "When You're Gone" single (1996), "Free to Decide/When You're Gone" single (1996)

Will You Remember?Description: "To the Faithful Departed" album track

Found on: "To the Faithful Departed" album (1996)

Woman Without PrideDescription: "Bury the Hatchet" B-side

Found on: "You and Me" single (2000), "Bury the Hatchet: The Complete Sessions" album (2000/2001/2002)

Yesterday's GoneDescription: Song with mysterious meaning, played only once acousticly for MTV Unplugged on February 14, 1995. No studio recordings exist, although some speculate that a studio version was recorded for "To the Faithful Departed," but later scrapped.

Found on: Bootleg, "Beneath the Skin" DVD (video) (2001/2002)

Yeat's GraveDescription: "No Need to Argue" album track, written about Irish poet William Butler Yeats

Found on: "No Need to Argue" album (1994)

You and MeDescription: Fourth single from "Bury the Hatchet"

Found on: "Bury the Hatchet" album (1999), "You and Me" single (2000)

ZombieDescription: First single from "No Need to Argue"

Found on: "No Need to Argue" album (1994), "Zombie" single (1994)



Fake Song Titles


Rumors are nasty things. One person mishears something and everything else falls to pieces. And if you're looking at this list, you might be wondering, "What about that song 'Alone'?." Well, it's fake, and so are the rest of these songs below. Zombieguide tries to figure out where these false titles originated from, and hopefully we can help put them to rest...

Song TitleInformation
AloneDescription: This rumor was a particularly nasty one because not only did a very reputable Spanish fansite "confirm" its existence, but they also supplied fake cover art for a non-existant compilation and even an MP3 of the track. Unfortunately, as it ends up, the track is called "Press Play" and is actually by the Stone Temple Pilots. However, some people still circulate the recording.

Source: Spanish fansite

"Under to the Night" Duet with RammsteinDescription: This song rumor also spread quickly for the same reason above. (Another) very reputable Spanish fansite gave out an MP3 of the track. Although the female singer bare a very slight resemblance to Dolores, it is obviously not her. The rumor was so bad that the band themselves had to deny it.

Source: Spanish fansite

All of My ThoughtsDescription: This rumor was written on a mailing list in 1997 to stir up some speculation. It was said to be the "new single" from a forthcoming "fourth album" called "Dreams Apart." All of it was untrue.

Source: Mailing List

HonDescription: Internet-based rumor, could be a typo for "How"

Source: Internet

Mission, TheDescription: Some claim that this was the title to the band's intro music during their 1993 tour, but there is no evidence to suggest that this was actually performed by the band.

Source: Internet

Fall, TheDescription: Internet-based rumor

Source: Internet

Forever Holding YouDescription: Mistake on bootleg listings for "Forever Yellow Skies"

Source: Bootleg

Sailor's GraveDescription: This title appears on the tracklisting for the John Peel Sessions (1992) on the bootleg "Be With You." The song is actually "Waltzing Back." It is unknown if the band actually used this title, but more than likely, it is a mistake.

Source: Bootleg

FingerDescription: Humorous mistake on bootleg tracklistings for "Linger"

Source: Bootleg

ResponsibleDescription: Mistake on bootleg listings for "Forever Yellow Skies"

Source: Bootleg