Oh yeah, there may be some repeats from previous installments, and there may also be some artists who appear more than once.
Edit: I placed the correctly guessed ones below inder the heading "Guessed", so that way you know which ones are still game!
Edit the 2nd: Hints are now added. Again try?
1) "The love, the dream, the echoes of long ago; you needed the world to know..." (Hint: This was also a movie, sung by a major cast member of Grease). - Xanadu, Olinia Newton-John
3) "(You're only sixteen, but you're my teenage queen.) You're the prettiest, loveliest, girl I've ever seen." Sixteen Candles - The Platters
4) "Come to me tonight. I've taken everything in sight, except for the strings of my kite." (Hint: A spoof of sorts of the Beatles's Song, "Lucy in the Sky with Diamonds") - Jusdy in Disguise, John Fred and his Playboy Band
6) "Bus driver, please look for me 'cause I couldn't bear to see what I might see..."(Was showcased in an episode of Dinosaurs. Sung by the same people who brought you "Knock Three Times") - Tie a Yellow Ribbon 'Round the Old Oak Tree, Tony Orlando and Dawn
7) "How do you think he does it? (I don't know) What makes him so good? He ain't got no distractions, Can't hear those buzzers and bells, (don't see no lights a flashin', plays by sense of smell...)"(Pretty popular rock opera album) - Pinball Wizard, The Who
10) "Begone with you you shod and shady senators. Give out the good leave out the bad evil cries. I challenge the mighty titan and his troubadours."(Speaking of rock operas, this group did a fair amount of them, and yes, they have more than one song on this test.) - Seven Seas of Rhye, Queen
14) "The diplomatic corps has been analyzed and criticized by NBC and CBS, senators and congressmen are so concerned they can't recess." (As sung by Stachmo, but the musicians aren't from his band. Same group that did such classics like "Take Five" and "Blue Rondo a la Turk"). - The Real Ambassador, Dave Brubeck
15) "We got a lot of little teenage blue-eyed groupies who do anything we say. We got a genuine Indian guru, he's teachin' us a better way (we got all the friends that money can buy so we never have to be alone, and we keep gettin' richer but we can't get our picture on *song title here*)" - Cover of the Rolling Stone, Dr. Teeth and the Medicine Men.
17) "Back in school again, Maxwell plays the fool again; teacher gets annoyed. Wishing to avoid an unpleasnat scene (she tells Max to stay when the class has gone away so he waits behind, writing *giggle?* fifty times "I must not be so")" - Maxwell's Silver Hammer, The Beatles
20) "It's such a jollification as a matter of fact, so 'tres charmant' my dear." (Has a ragtimey feel to it, uses words like "jollification", "commendable", "rendevous", "miseur", "fashionable", "seaside", and "reminiscing". Two of them will give you your title.) - Seaside Rendevous, Queen
That's it. Remember, some groups were used more than once and some songs might be from a previous installment. Hints will be up in a day or two, then the artists, then the answers about mid-week or so. Good luck, as always.