Can grammar and music go together? Of course!
The imperative mood is a grammatical term for a verb that expresses an order, command, warning, request, or instruction. (The other two “moods” of an English verb are the indicative and subjunctive moods).
With imperatives, the implied recipient of the command is always “you.” For example, (you) run! (you) stop! (you) go away!
Run, stop, and go away are imperatives.
Here are some great songs with titles that are imperatives:
“Run” by Ben Kweller:
“Turn, Smile, Shift, Repeat” by Phantom Planet:
“Go Away” by Eisley:
“Stop” by The Bens:
“Carry Me” by The Jealous Girlfriends: