Top 10 Songs With No Instrumental Intro

Metal_Treasure
These are songs where the singer just starts singing. Very often there are 2-3 notes on an instrument but it's less than 1 second long and it's not really an intro, so such songs also count.

The Top Ten

1 Bohemian Rhapsody - Queen
2 Another Brick In the Wall, Pt. 2 - Pink Floyd
3 Thank God It's Christmas - Queen
4 You Give Love a Bad Name - Bon Jovi

Probably the most commanding intro of any song. Ever - Shake_n_Bake13

Great opening - bobbythebrony

5 We are the Champions - Queen
6 Crazy - Aerosmith
7 Unchain My Heart - Joe Cocker

One of the most intense vox to start a song with. - Metal_Treasure

8 The Ninth Wave - Blind Guardian
9 Cold Hearted Woman - Rainbow
10 Basket Case - Green Day

The Contenders

11 Lilac Wine - Jeff Buckley
12 Dream of Mirrors - Iron Maiden
13 Cuts Like a Knife - Bryan Adams
14 Miracle Machine - Blind Guardian
15 Wicked Witch - Demons & Wizards
16 If You Were a Woman (And I Was a Man) - Bonnie Tyler
17 Say You Will - Foreigner
18 Crime of the Century - Supertramp
19 Up All Night - Slaughter
20 I Wanna Rock - Twisted Sister

Even those opening lyrics are enough to pump you up, what a beginning! - Shake_n_Bake13

21 Bodies - Drowning Pool
22 Moonage Daydream - David Bowie
23 Heroes and Villains - The Beach Boys
24 Hey Jude - The Beatles
25 The Long and Winding Road - The Beatles
26 White Skies - Moonspell
27 Barbara Ann - Beach Boys

It's so funny to start a song with "Ba ba ba". I love it. - Metal_Treasure

28 The Last Candle - Blind Guardian
29 World On Fire - Primal Fear
30 Hands of Time - Primal Fear
31 As the World Bleeds - Theocracy
32 Forever - Kiss
33 One More Night - Phil Collins
34 Cotton Eye Joe - Rednex
35 Old Pop In an Oak - Rednex
36 Stranger In My Own House - Foreigner
37 AC/DC - The Sweet
38 The Memory Remains - Metallica
39 Bicycle Race - Queen
40 Die for Metal - Manowar
41 Oh! Darling - The Beatles
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