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19th Jul '17 9:02:23 PM wolftickets1969
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* The CharityMotivationSong "We Are The World" by USA for Africa was the American answer to Band Aid's "Do They Know It's Christmas?", both being recorded to raise funds for famine relief in Ethiopia.
19th Jul '17 8:52:16 PM wolftickets1969
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* Nearly four decades after Music/DonMcLean's nostalgic hit [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uIFgZD4errQ "American Pie"]], Five for Fighting recorded the tribute [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uIFgZD4errQ "Slice"]].
* Music/MikePosner's [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=foE1mO2yM04 "I Took a Pill in Ibiza"]], whose refrain was "All I know are sad songs", was answered by Music/LittleMix with [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HHCC4ndeJyE "No More Sad Songs"]].
22nd May '17 1:29:24 PM Rik-B
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** An even more obvious case is Seether's song "Fallen" on that same album, given the fact that it shares its name with Evanescence's most popular album and has lyrics quite obviously alluding to Amy Lee.
13th May '17 2:00:34 PM shokoshu
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* Original research, needs citation: "Loadsamoney" by Harry Enfield contains the line "Manchester United nil - Loadsamoney United loads." Manchester United quickly countered that.
26th Feb '17 8:18:34 PM gewunomox
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* TaylorSwift 's "Better Than Revenge" is an answer to TheJonasBrothers 's "Much Better" which may have been an answer Swift's "Forever and Always".

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* TaylorSwift Music/TaylorSwift 's "Better Than Revenge" is an answer to TheJonasBrothers Music/TheJonasBrothers 's "Much Better" which may have been an answer Swift's "Forever and Always". Always".



* {{Timbaland}}, JustinTimberlake, and NellyFurtado's song "Give It To Me" was one big answer where each artist attacks another. Furtado:{{Fergie}} Timbaland:Scott Storch Timberlake:Music/{{Prince}}

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* {{Timbaland}}, JustinTimberlake, Music/{{Timbaland}}, Music/JustinTimberlake, and NellyFurtado's Music/NellyFurtado's song "Give It To Me" was one big answer where each artist attacks another. Furtado:{{Fergie}} Timbaland:Scott Furtado: Music/{{Fergie}} - Timbaland: Scott Storch Timberlake:Music/{{Prince}}- Timberlake: Music/{{Prince}}.
21st Feb '17 2:54:58 AM beergood
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* Swedish garage rockers Wilmer X' debut single was about a kid who's asked by Santa Claus if he wants a toy truck or a gun or an action figure for Christmas, and responds that he just wants a red electric guitar. Local rivals Torsson responded with a song about a kid who desperately wants a toy truck for Christmas, but

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* Swedish garage rockers Wilmer X' [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QtKSTOKmM2Q debut single single]] was about a kid who's asked by Santa Claus if he wants a toy truck or a gun or an action figure for Christmas, and responds that he just wants a red electric guitar. Local rivals Torsson [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Nln42Bzy4YM responded with a song song]] about a kid who desperately wants a toy truck for Christmas, but
21st Feb '17 2:49:51 AM beergood
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* Swedish garage rockers Wilmer X' debut single was about a kid who's asked by Santa Claus if he wants a toy truck or a gun or an action figure for Christmas, and responds that he just wants a red electric guitar. Local rivals Torsson responded with a song about a kid who desperately wants a toy truck for Christmas, but
-->''Every goddamn Christmas I get a guitar\\
A boring, red, electric rock'n'roll guitar''
22nd Jan '17 6:57:20 PM v-n-n-n-n
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* Music/{{Associates}} released a reply to Music/TheSmiths' "William, It Was Really Nothing" called "Stephen, You're Really Something" (Stephen being Music/{{Morrissey}}'s first name; it's popularly believed that "William" was Associates lead singer Billy Mackenzie).

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* Music/{{Associates}} Music/TheAssociates released a reply to Music/TheSmiths' "William, It Was Really Nothing" called "Stephen, You're Really Something" (Stephen being Music/{{Morrissey}}'s first name; it's popularly believed that "William" was Associates lead singer Billy Mackenzie).
22nd Jan '17 5:40:10 PM v-n-n-n-n
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* Associates released a reply to Music/TheSmiths' "William, It Was Really Nothing" called "Stephen, You're Really Something" (Stephen being Music/{{Morrissey}}'s first name; it's popularly believed that "William" was Associates lead singer Billy Mackenzie).

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* Associates Music/{{Associates}} released a reply to Music/TheSmiths' "William, It Was Really Nothing" called "Stephen, You're Really Something" (Stephen being Music/{{Morrissey}}'s first name; it's popularly believed that "William" was Associates lead singer Billy Mackenzie).
22nd Jan '17 11:35:10 AM v-n-n-n-n
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* Associates released a reply to Music/TheSmiths' "William, It Was Really Nothing" called "Steven You're Still Really Something" (Steven being Music/{{Morrissey}}'s real first name; it's popularly believed that "William" was Associates lead singer Billy Mackenzie).

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* Associates released a reply to Music/TheSmiths' "William, It Was Really Nothing" called "Steven "Stephen, You're Still Really Something" (Steven (Stephen being Music/{{Morrissey}}'s real first name; it's popularly believed that "William" was Associates lead singer Billy Mackenzie).
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