List of songs about Birmingham
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For songs about Birmingham, Alabama, see List of songs about Birmingham, Alabama.
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- Pato Banton - "Handsworth Riot"
- Broadcast (band) - "Michael A Grammar" (Michael, wake up we're going back to Chelmsley Wood)
- Electric Light Orchestra - "Birmingham Blues" from Out of the Blue
- The Fall - "Birmingham School Of Business School"
- Go Kart Mozart - "Mrs Back-To-Front and the Bull Ring Thing"
- Rob Halford - "Made in Hell" (Metal came from foundries where the idlands sound unfurled/The Bull Ring was a lonely place of concrete towers and steel)
- Johnny Foreigner - "Sometimes in the Bullring"
- Marie Lloyd - "Oh! Mr Porter" (Oh! Mister Porter, what shall I do?/I want to go to Birmingham and they're taking me on to Crewe)
- Misspent Youth - Betcha Wont Dance/Birmingham Boys (Big Bear Records 1979 BB20)
- Reg Meuross - "Birmingham Hotel"
- The Pogues - "Streets of Sorrow/Birmingham Six"
- Red Dragon and Flourgan - "Follow Me" (Follow we go London and Birmingham city)
- Sex Pistols - "Bodies" (She was a girl from Birmingham/She just had an abortion)
- The Smiths - "Panic" (Panic on the streets of London/Panic on the streets of Birmingham)
- Steel Pulse - "Handsworth Revolution"
- The Streets - "Turn The Page" (The hazy fog over the Bull Ring/The lazy ways the birds sing)
- Tippa Irie - "It's Good to Have the Feeling You're the Best" (Well I control the north, south, east and west/In London and Birmingham one have to confess)
- Travis - "She's So Strange" (She went to Birmingham/ She'll soon be in the can)
- Mr Hudson and the Library - "2x2" (Two by two the lovers slip, Through the frozen streets of Birmingham)