Here's a few more clues for your remaining unsolved questions:
2. Coincidentally, this song is on the same LC studio album and has the same female jazz-like singer mentioned in the first sentence of no 12 below and it is one of those other five songs.
12. This female jazz-like singer is listed as background vocalist for eight songs on an LC studio album and three of them have been previously mentioned as right answers for other questions. The first line of LC's song is the same as the first line and title of his poem (which you have read in the poetry book you bought about six months ago ). The female singer's two word song title comes from that.
22. This poem has a one word title and that one word is the first word in each verse of a ten verse poem.
Technically, that word is a very flexible, manually manipulated and mindless figure.
What do they say – If you want to hide something, put it in plain sight, ha!Hartmut wrote: #24: I think there are (at least) two songs that fit this description. The first one would be a good nickname for an online forum.
.... and that video made me laugh out loud especially when they mentioned Australia in that context