This file contains Autumn, Leaves, Autumn ABC list, September, October, November, Scarecrows, and Hayrides.
Also see Seasons, Halloween, and Thanksgiving.
Autumn Page Toppers
- A is for Autumn
- Adieu to Summer
- All Fall Down
- All of Autumn
- All That's Fall
- Amazing Autumn Days
- And Autumn Came
- And the Leaves Came Tumbling Down
- Another Autumn
- As Autumn Leaves...
- As Autumn Leaves Turn...
- Autumn Angels
- Autumn at the ____'s House
- Autumn Awareness
- Autumn Colors
- Autumn Days are Here Again!
- Autumn Festival
- Autumn Glory
- Autumn in All its Glory
- Autumn Leaves Are Falling Down
- Autumn on My Mind
- Autumn Potpourri (miscellaneous pix)
- Autumn Splendor
- Autumn Time
- Autumn Treasures
- Autumn's All Around Us
- Autumn's Glory
- Autumn's Here
- Autumn's in the Air
- Autumn's Palette
- Awesome Autumn
- Baskets of Fun
- The Beauty of Fall
- Bonfires of Autumn!
- Bushels of Fun
- Buried Treasures (kids under leaves or hay)
- Celebrate Fall
- Celebrating Fall
- Changing Leaves
- Changing Seasons
- Chasing the Winds of Fall
- Chillin' in Autumn
- Colorful Days of Autumn
- Color Me Autumn
- Color My World Happy
- Colors of Autumn
- Colors of Fall
- The Cool, Crisp Days of Fall
- Cozy Cuddle Days of Fall
- Crazy Days of Autumn
- Crisp Autumn Nights
- Crisp Fall Air
- Crisp, Cool Autumn
- Crisp, Cool Days
- Crunchy Leaves
- Cuddle Up on an Autumn Night
- Dancing Leaves Falling Down on Me
- Don't Leaf Me!
- Each Falling Leaf Brings Us Closer to Winter
- Fabulous Fall
- Fall Colors
- Fall colors Are So Bold
- Fall Fun
- Fall, Falling, Fallen Leaves
- Fall Family Fun
- Fall Festival
- Fall Festival of Colors
- Fall Fiesta
- Fall Foliage
- Fall in (your state)
- Fall into Autumn
- Fall is Here!
- Fall Leaves Me Happy
- Fall Memories
- Fall Ushers in the Winter Fun
- Fall With Friends
- Falling for You
- FALLING in Love Again
- Falling into Fun
- Falling Leaves
- Fall's Coloring Book
- A Festival of Fall Colors
- Finally Fall
- For Goodness Sake, Grab a Rake!
- Frolic in the Fall Leaves
- Glorious Days of Autumn
- Glorious Golden Leaves
- Golden Days
- Golden Hues
- Golden Memories
- Happy Fall, Y'all
- Have a Good Fall, Y'all!
- Hello Fall!
- Hi-Ho, Hi-Ho, It's Off to Rake We Go!
- I'm FALLING in Love
- Indian Summer
- It 'Leaves' You Breathless
- It's an Autumn-Magic Day
- It's Fall Y'all
- Jump into Fall
- Jumping in the Leaves
- Lazy Autumn Days
- Leaf it to Me
- Leaf it Up to Me
- LEAF Me Alone!
- Leaf Your Worries Behind
- Leave Well Enough Alone
- Leaves Come Tumbling Down
- Leaves of Time
- Let's Run and Play Together and Enjoy the Autumn Weather
- Love Those Leaves
- Lovely Leaves
- October Fest
- October Fun
- Oh, Those Autumn Colors!
- Orange, Brown, Red and Gold
- Orange, Yellow, Green, Red; Another Leaf Hit My Head!
- Over Summer and into Fall
- Phenomenal Fall
- Pieces of Autumn
- Piles of Autumn Smiles!
- Piles of Leaves--Piles of Smiles
- Piling up the Memories
- Playing in the Leaves
- Rainbow of Autumn Colors
- Rake, Dump and Jump!
- Red and Gold and Orange, Oh, My
- A Riot of Color
- Rolling in the Leaves
- Scattered Leaves
- The Season Has Changed, Fall Now Reins
- Seasons Change and So Did You
- The Seasons of My Life
- Seeing Red
- Shades of Autumn
- Summer 'Falls' into Autumn
- Sweatshirt Season
- Taking a Fall
- Time for Fall Fun
- Turning Over a New Leaf
- We Rake, We Pile...WE JUMP!
- When Autumn Leaves
- When Autumn Leaves Fall
- Who You Gonna Call...Leaf Busters!
(Many of the page toppers were compiled by Jean Gifford. They are for free distribution only.)
Harvest Page Toppers
- Apple Days Are Delicious
- The Apple Dumplin' Gang
- Apple of My Eye
- Autumn Harvest
- Autumn is Pumpkins and Piles of Leaves
- Bushel Basket Harvest
- Bushel of Blessing
- Five Little Pumpkins
Sitting on a Fence
- Frost on the Pumpkins
- The Great Pumpkin Caper
- The Great Pumpkin Venture
- Harvest Happenings
- Harvest Home
- Harvest Moon
- Harvest of Happiness
- A Harvest of Memories
- Harvest Time
- 'Hay' Fever
- Hayrides and Pumpkin Pie
- Nature's Bounty
- Our Basket Overflows With Autumn Memories
- The Perfect Pumpkin
- The Pick of the Patch
- Pickin' Pumpkins
- Preparing for Hibernation
- Preserving Our Harvest
- Pumpkin Parade
- Pumpkin Patch
- Pumpkin Pie
- Pumpkins Are Gourdeous
- Reap the Harvest
- Shine on Harvest Moon
- We're 'Haying' a Good Time
Songs about Harvest
- After the Harvest - Ray Wylie Hubbard (1999)
- Harvest Moon - Neil Young (1992)
- Shine on Harvest Moon - Marah (2007)
- Autumn is a season followed immediately by looking forward to Spring. (Doug Larson)
- Autumn is a second spring when every leaf is a flower. (Albert Camus)
- Autumn is crisp days and cool nights, a time to curl up around the dancing flames and sink into a good book. (John Sinor)
- Autumn...makes a double demand. It asks that we prepare for the future--that we be wise in the ways of garnering and keeping. But it also asks that we learn to let go--to acknowledge the beauty of sparseness. (Bonaro W. Overstreet)
- Autumn truly is what summer pretends to be: the best of all seasons. It is as glorious as summer is tedious; as subtle as summer is obvious; as refreshing as summer is wearying. Autumn seems like paradise. (Gregg Easterbrook)
- Delicious autumn! My very soul is wedded to it. If I were a bird I would fly about the earth seeking successive autumns. (George Eliot)
- Everyone must take time to sit and watch the leaves turn. (Elizabeth Lawrence)
- Fall announces itself very bold, With its leaves of red and gold.
- A fallen leaf is nothing more than a summer's wave goodbye.
- A few days ago I walked along the edge of the lake and was treated to the crunch and rustle of leaves with each step I made. The acoustics of this season are different and all sounds, no matter how hushed, are as crisp as autumn air. (Eric Sloane)
- Gracefully, joyfully, colorfully, autumn enters our lives.
- Indian Summer is the dead Summer's soul. (Mary Clemmer)
- I've never known anyone yet who doesn't suffer a certain restlessness when autumn rolls around...We're all eight years old again and anything is possible. (Sue Grafton)
- Red and green, gold and brown, autumn leaves are on the ground.
- Two sounds of autumn are unmistakable, the hurrying rustle of crisp leaves blown along the street or road by a gusty wind, and the gabble of a flock of migrating geese. Both are warnings of chill days ahead, fireside and topcoat weather. (Hal Borland)
- We had gone to bed in summer and we awoke in autumn; for summer passes into autumn in some imaginable point of time, like the turning of a leaf. (Henry David Thoreau)
- We live for the bounties of fall; but the harvest of friendship is blessed above all.
- Why is it that so many of us persist in thinking that autumn is a sad season? Nature has merely fallen asleep, and her dreams must be beautiful if we are to judge by her countenance. (Samuel Taylor Coleridge)
- Winter is an etching, spring a watercolor, summer an oil painting and autumn a mosaic of them all. (Stanley Horowitz)
- Red and Green, Gold and Brown, Autumn Leaves Are on the Ground.
- Put a basket in one lower corner of a page with leaf or apple stickers 'falling' down the side of the page into the basket.
- Arrange the title "Fall 2011" so that it looks like the letters and numbers are falling down the page.
- Draw a large tree shape in the center of the page with branches coming out the sides -- or use a large tree die-cut. Put large apple or leaf die-cuts on the page so they look like they are hanging from or falling from the tree. Use the die-cuts to mat photos or journal. (Allisha Larsen)
- Take closeups of fall foliage. Crop them into leaf shapes to decorate a fall page. Or cut them into letters for a title--either Fall or Autumn.
Leaves in the autumn come tumbling down,
Scarlet and yellow, russet and brown,
Leaves in the garden are swept in a heap,
Trees are undressing ready for sleep.
Leaves are floating softly down;
Some are red and some are brown.
The wind goes swish through the air;
When you look back, there are no leaves there.
Wind Has Shaken Autumn Down
Wind has shaken autumn down,
left it sprawling on the ground,
shawling all in gold below,
Walking through the autumn leaves
Scattered on the ground
Seeing the kaleidoscope
Of colors all around.
Listening to the trees' song
As the wind comes rustling through . . .
May autumn's lovely magic
Bring happiness to you.
Pile them up
Into a pile and
Bed of Leaves
The nicest bed I know
Isn't a bed of soft white snow.
Isn't a bed of cool green grass
After the noisy mowers pass.
Isn't a bed of yellow hay
Making me itch for half a day
But autumn leaves in a pile that high,
Deep and smelling like fall and dry.
That's the bed where I like to lie
And watch the flutters of Fall go by.
An Autumn Day
(Carmen Lagos Signes)
Pumpkins in the cornfields,
Gold among the brown,
Leaves of rust and scarlet
Trembling slowly down;
Birds that travel southward,
Lovely time to play;
Nothing is as pleasant
As an autumn day!
Autumn is the Time
amber leaves swept
down from trees,
Long brisk walks,
fireside talk . . .
a time for these.
Come said the wind to
the leaves one day,
Come over the meadow
with me and play.
Put on your dresses
of scarlet and gold,
For summer is gone
and the nights grow cold.
I am rich today with autumn's gold,
All that my covetous hands can hold;
Frost-painted leaves and goldenrod,
A goldfinch on a milkweed pod,
Huge golden pumpkins in the field
With heaps of corn from a bounteous yield,
Golden apples heavy on the trees
Rivaling those of Hesperides,
Golden rays of balmy sunshine spread
Over all like butter on warm bread;
And the harvest moon will this night unfold
The streams running full of molten gold.
Oh, who could find a dearth of bliss
With autumn glory such as this!
(Elise Natalie Brady)
There's a little twinge of sadness
When Summer disappears,
But Autumn brings new gladness
And joys this time of year.
Leaves Are Falling
Leaves are falling all around--
Red, yellow, orange and brown.
Twirling, swirling to the ground--
Look how many leaves I've found
As I tramp the woods this autumn day
I wonder about others who have passed this way,
Did they look with awe at the beauty I behold,
Or did they only curse the wind and cold?
Did they marvel at the stone draped in moss so gray,
Or was it only a rock that barred their way?
Did their heart leap for joy at that deer on the run,
Or only wish they had brought their gun?
Did they hear the singing of the creek under ice,
Or the hurry scurry of tiny field mice?
Were they stopped in their tracks by the bit of blue
I saw peeping through trees of such marvelous hue?
Did they hear the chatter of the squirrel in the tree
Or the raucous sound of the bluejay's scree?
Many men must have trod this autumn path,
Perhaps in joy or perchance in wrath.
Surely the Red Man as he walked they land
Feeling the Great Spirit so near at hand,
Must've truly felt the earth was blessed
Knowing that now it was all at rest
And so understanding, that again in the spring,
Once more the world, with life, would sing.
So I too, as I walk this trail
To see the cardinal and bright-eyed quail,
Feel that I am greatly blessed--
For here my restless spirit finds rest.
The milkweed pods are breaking,
And the bits of silken down
Float off upon the autumn breeze
Across the meadows brown.
The Mist and All
I like the fall,
The mist and all.
I like the night owl's
And wailing sound
Of wind around.
I like the gray
And bare, dead boughs
That coldly sway
Against my pane.
I like the rain.
I like to sit
And laugh at it--
My cozy fire a bit.
I like the fall--
The mist and all--
I would have to say that
It's my favorite time of year.
The days becoming cooler now,
Fall is finally here.
The leaves are gently falling
And turning awesome shades.
Look around and see the beauty,
That God alone has made.
If you take the time to listen,
You'll hear their laughter ring.
The kid's are rolling in the leaves.
What a happy sound it brings.
This time of year brings thoughtfulness,
On which we can reflect
And time to spend with those we love.
A time to reconnect.
Hold your family close to you,
Autumn's finally here.
So much to be thankful for.
It's my favorite time of year.
Apples in Autumn
It's hard to eat apples,
Without my front teeth,
But apples in autumn
Are really a treat.
The apples are squooshy
Down under my feet,
But those from the tree
Are still crunchy and sweet!
Songs about Autumn
- Autumn in Cheyenne - Al Caiola (1961)
- Autumn in New Hampshire - Sean Spicer and Laura-Lee Cascagnette (2008)
- Autumn in New York - Frank Sinatra (1961)
- Autumn in Vermont - Denis Levaillant (2006)
- Autumn Leaves - Roger Williams (1955)
- Autumn Lily - Nathan Bigman (2005)
- Autumn Midnight - The Last Wish (1994)
- Autumn of My Life - Bobby Goldsboro (1968)
- Autumn Rhapsody - Hugo Winterhalter Orchestra (1955)
- Autumn Rose Waltz - Georgia Gibbs (1949)
- Autumn Souvenirs - Bob Moore Orchestra (1962)
- Autumn to May - Peter, Paul and Mary (1962)
- Autumn Waltz - Tony Bennett (1956)
- Autumn Wind - The Serendipity Singers (1964)
- Autumn Winds - Ned Miller (1970)
- Back By Fall - Wendy Waldman (1976)
- Chill of an Early Fall, The - George Strait (1991)
- Early Autumn - Anita Kerr Singers (1972)
- End of Summer, The - Dar Williams (1997)
- First Day of Autumn - Anne Hills (1998)
- First Days of Fall - Tim O'Brien (1997)
- Forever Autumn - Justin Hayward (1998)
- In the Fall - Steve Kuhn (1979)
- Leaves are the Tears of Autumn - Bonnie Guitar (1968)
- Slowin' Down the Fall - Hot Apple Pie (2005)
- Some Other Autumn - Tony Coe (1983)
- Song for Autumn - Charlie Byrd (1973)
- Vermont is Afire in the Autumn - Lui Collins and Bill Lauf (1978)
- When Autumn Leaves Begin to Fall - Bill Clifton (1959)
- When Came the Fall - The Hollyhawks (1960)
- When Fall Comes to New England - Cheryl Wheeler (1992)
- Whispers of Summer - Eliza Carthy (2004)
- Windy Autumn Day - Danny Kirwan (1977)
Songs about Leaves
- Autumn Leaves - Roger Williams (1955)
- Ballad From Vietnam (The Rain on the Leaves) - Miller (1956)
- Bronze Leaves Fall First - Aeroc (2004)
- Falling Leaf - Curly Fox (1949)
- Falling Leaves - Grandpa Jones (1964)
- Farewell Green Leaves - Steve Ashley (1992)
- Fig Leaves Are Falling - Allan Sherman (1968)
- Green Leaves of Summer - The Chad Mitchell Trio (1964)
- Last Leaf, The - The Cascades (1963)
- Leaves are the Tears of Autumn - Bonnie Guitar (1968)
- Leaves Fall - Chris Thile (1997)
- Leaves Mustn't Fall, The - Moon Mullican (1950)
- Leaves Turn to Paper, The - Oscar Brand (1985)
- Lullaby of the Leaves - Lou Stein (1994)
- Maple Leaf Waltz - The Pinetoppers (1951)
- New Leaf, A - Jimmy Reed (1965)
- Til the Last Leaf Shall Fall - Statesmen Quartet (1957)
- When Autumn Leaves Begin to Fall - Bill Clifton (1959)
- When the First Leaves Fall - Steve Gillette and Cindy Mangsen (2000)
- When the Maples Turn - Andrew McKnight (2004)
The farmer made a scarecrow
And stuffed it full of straw.
He put it in the cornfield,
but the crows laughed, "Haw-caw."
One crow sat on Scarecrow's hat.
He was not scared at all.
That scarecrow did not scare
A single crow away all fall!
Songs about Scarecrows
- Dingle Dangle Scarecrow - The C.R.S. Players (2006)
- Scarecrow - Eddie Noack (1957)
- Scarecrow Ballet - Johnny Mercer (1956)
- Scarecrow's Lament - Russ Rentler (2006)
- Scarecrows - Bo Rains (2006)
- Wiggly Scarecrow, The - Coles Whalen (2005)
Come Join Us For a Hayride
The wagon waiting by the barn
Is filled with new-mown hay,
So come and join us for a ride
At eventide today.
The harvest moon will lead us
Down the shadowed winding lane;
And as we cuddle close, we'll sing,
An old time refrain.
The chilly breeze at dusk will bring
The scent of ripened wheat.
What other scent has nature made
More delicately sweet!
Beyond the cornstalks piled high
Like wigwams, we will pass
And gather golden pumpkins from the
Frosty meadow grass.
Then dreaming solitary dreams
Of other autumns past
When we were young, we'll reminisce
And head back home at last.
There'll be cider, hot and steamy,
So please say that you will stay,
And come and join us for a ride
At eventide today.
Songs about Hayrides
- Carolina Hayride - Jim Bows and the Flycatchers (2009)
- Goin' on a Hayride - Marylee (2009)
- Gonna Take My Baby on a Hayride - Jimmy Boyd (1957)
- Hayride - The Crickets (1972)
- Hayride Dream - Tom Cunningham (2010)
(Compiled by Denny Davis)
A - abundance, acorns, amazing, apple cider, apples, asters, Autumn, awesome
B - back to school, baling hay, baskets, bird feeders, beautiful, birch trees, blessings, bonfires, brown, burning leaves
C - canning, chilly, chrysanthemum, color, colors of Fall, cool, corn stalks, cornucopia, crickets, crisp, crunchy leaves
D - dazzling display of color, deer hunting, delightful weather, dove hunting, down come the leaves, duck hunting
E - enjoyment, especially _____, everybody loves Autumn, excellent weather, extraordinary colors
F - Fabulous Fall, fairs, Fall foliage, Fall, falling leaves, festivals, first hard freeze, flocks of geese, fog, football, frolic, frost, fun
G - gladiolus, glorious color, gold, goodbye to summer, Grandparent's Day
H - Halloween, harvest moon, harvest, hay, hay rides, hickory nuts, Homecoming, hunting season
I - I love Autumn, impressive colors, Indian Summer
J - Jack-o-Lantern, joyous times, jumping in leaves, just perfect _____
K - kaleidoscope of color, kids _____, kind of _____
L - Labor Day, laughter, leaves, lovely colors, lovely landscape
M - magical memories, Maple leaves, marvelous colors, memories, migrating birds, milkweed, mist, multi-colored leaves
N - nature at her best, nature's bounty, new school year, November
O - Oak leaves, October, Octoberfest, orange, outdoor fun, outstanding color
P - parades, perfect weather, pheasant hunting, photo opportunities, picking pumpkins, piles of leaves, pine comes, preserving, pumpkin patch, pumpkin pie
Q - quail hunting, Quaking Aspens, quality time, quite _____, quotes
R - rabbit hunting, rain, raking leaves, reaping what you sowed, red, remarkable colors, roasting hot dogs, Rosh Hashanah, russet leaves, rustling leaves
S - scarecrow, scarlet leaves, school, sensational scenery, September, state fair, shucking corn
T - terrific _____, Thanksgiving, toasting marshmallows, tumbling in the leaves, turkey, turning leaves
U - unbelievable colors, unforgettable color, unmistakably autumn
V - 'V' formation (migrating geese), variety of color, very _____, Veterans Day, vibrant colors, vision of loveliness
W - walking in fallen leaves, windy, wonderful weather
X - relaXation, eXcellent _____, eXceptional _____, eXtraordinary _____
Y - yard work, yearly _____, yellow, Yom Kippur , youngsters at play
Z - zesty, zillions of leaves, zippy
- September Leaves
- September Secret
- September Splendor
- A September to Remember
- Sweet September
- Thirty Days Hath September
(Helen Hunt Jackson)
The goldenrod is yellow;
The corn is turning brown;
The trees in apple orchards
With fruit are bending down.
The gentian's bluest fringes
Are curling in the sun;
In dusty pods the milkweed
It's hidden silk has spun.
The sedges flaunt their harvest
In every meadow nook;
And asters by the brook-side
Make asters in the brook.
From dewy lanes at morning
The grapes' sweet odors rise;
At noon the roads all flutter
With yellow butterflies.
By all these lovely tokens
September days are here,
With summer's best of weather,
and autumn's best of cheer.
When the goldenrod is yellow,
And leaves are turning brown--
Reluctantly the summer goes
In a cloud of thistledown.
When squirrels are harvesting
And birds in flight appear--
By these autumn signs we know
September days are here.
Songs about September
- Come September - Bobby Darin (1961)
- Come September, I'll Remember - Mantovani Orchestra (1969)
- From Now Until September - Adam Faith (1960)
- It Might as Well Rain Until September - Sue Cowsill (1976)
- Maybe September - Mike Elliott (1977)
- My September Love - David Whitfield (1956)
- Sad Sad September - Freda Payne (1966)
- See You in September - The Mike Curb Congregation (1972)
- September - Earth, Wind and Fire (1978)
- September Gurls - Big Star (1974)
- September Grass - James Taylor (2002)
- September in the Rain - Dinah Washington (1961)
- September Memory - Leon Payne (1963)
- September Morn - Neil Diamond (1980)
- September Rain - Matt King (1997)
- September Song - Ian McCulloch (1984)
- Seventy-Five Septembers - Cheryl Wheeler (1993)
- Sweet September - Tommy Tedesco (1965)
- Sweet September Morning - Buffy Sainte-Marie (1971)
- Wake Me Up When September Ends - Mike Dirnt (2005)
(Georgia B. Adams)
This month the trees begin to make
Their autumn alterations;
October brings the turning leaf
In flaming variations!
Triumphant beauty clothes the hills;
The mountains are ablaze!
There's splendor everywhere to see
These gold autumnal days!
Then one day soon the whistling winds
Will hustle-bustle by,
Sending leaves a-sprawling with
A wistful, wind-swept sigh!
(Winifred C. Marshall)
October is a gypsy queen
In dress of red and gold.
She sleeps beneath the silver moon
When nights are crisp and cold.
The meadows flame with color now,
which once were cool and green.
Wild asters and the goldenrod
Bow low to greet their queen.
When she is tripping through the wood
With song so clear and sweet,
The autumn leaves come sifting down
And rustle 'neath her feet.
October leaves are lovely
They rustle when I run
Sometimes I make a heap
And jump in them for fun!
Autumn leaves float quietly down
And form a carpet on the ground
But when those leaves are stepped upon
Listen for the crackling sound!
When you see leaves in the fields,
Gold and glowing in the sun,
It's time to say goodbye to summer
And hello to autumn fun.
October's the month
When the smallest breeze
Gives us a shower
Of autumn leaves.
Bonfires and pumpkins,
Leaves sailing down--
October is red
And golden and brown.
Songs about October
- August, October - Robin Gibb (1970)
- Fifth of October, The - Matt Small (2005)
- Leaving October - Sons of the Desert (1998)
- My October symphony - Pet Shop Boys (1990)
- October Reasons - Nanci Griffith (1982)
- October Road - James Taylor (2002)
- October Rose - Greg Wilson (2000)
- October Roses - Linda Allen (1984)
- October Song - Amy Winehouse (2003)
- October to May - Dave Cousins (1972)
- This October - Julie London (1956)
- Till October - Larry Butler (1976)
- When October Goes - Barry Manilow (1984)
Autumn days are almost gone
Frost is sparkling on the lawn.
Windows winking cheerful lights
Warm the cold November nights.
And November goes,
With the last red berries
And the first white snows.
With night coming early,
And dawn coming late,
And ice in the bucket
And frost by the gate.
The fires burn
And the kettles sing,
And earth sinks to rest
Until next spring."
Songs about November
- 8th of November - Big and Rich (2006)
- Cold November Rain - The Virginians (1991)
- Fifth of November, The - Sunrise Atlantic (2008)
- Gone Till November - Wyclef Jean (1998)
- November - Emerson Drive (2004)
- November Gale - Touching Grace (2004)
- November Rain - Guns 'N' Roses (1992)
- November Song - West, Bruce and Laing (1973)
- November Spawned a Monster - Morrissey (1990)
- November Twilight - Julie London (1956)
- Stay November - Kevin Welch (1989)