Did You Know? Not Fade Away features a variation on the famous Bo Diddley Beat for it's rhythm. Jerry Allison the drummer for the Crickets, first pounded out the beat on a cardboard box during the writing session.
Did You Know? Play With Fire only features two Rolling Stones on the recording (Mick and Keith) but was credited to 'Nanker Phelge' which was a collective pseudonym for Mick Jagger, Brian Jones, Keith Richards, Charlie Watts, Bill Wyman & Andrew Oldham.
Did You Know? Roger Miller was inspired to write King Of The Road when he was driving and he saw a sign on the side of a barn that said 'Trailers for sale or rent'. It became the first line of the song.
Did You Know? The John Lennon wrote Working Class Hero about how working class people are being process into the middle classes, into 'the machine'. To get the perfect take of the song, John Lennon recorded it over 100 times.
Did You Know? Mad World was originally released 20 years before Gary Jules recorded it, by Tears For Fears the electronic group who wrote the song.
The one before the last line of the song was originally 'Halargian world' which was a joke reference to a planet the producer had made up. This line was understandably miss heard by Gary Jules who sang it instead as 'enlarge your world'
Did You Know? Pretty Woman was inspired by Roy's wife Claudette. When she interrupted a conversation between Roy and co-writer Bill Dees to say she was going out, Roy asked if she had enough cash, and Bill replied, 'a pretty woman never needs any money'.