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4th May '16 5:52:13 PM aye_amber
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* "This is not a love song" by PublicImageLtd (PIL, not Public Image).

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* "This is not a love song" by PublicImageLtd Music/PublicImageLtd (PIL, not Public Image).
28th Apr '16 7:46:53 AM aye_amber
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* It's a bit of an in-joke in the {{Goth}} fandom that nobody remembers the lyrics of TheSistersOfMercy's "This Corrosion" other than the "Hey now, hey now now now, sing this corrosion to me" chorus.

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* It's a bit of an in-joke in the {{Goth}} fandom that nobody remembers the lyrics of TheSistersOfMercy's Music/TheSistersOfMercy's "This Corrosion" other than the "Hey now, hey now now now, sing this corrosion to me" chorus.
27th Mar '16 1:02:55 PM Prfnoff
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* The movie version of ''Theatre/TheSoundOfMusic'' famously opens with Creator/JulieAndrews singing the title song's refrain. Not only does the stage version include the verse, you can still hear its music in the movie's orchestral introduction.

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* The movie version of ''Theatre/TheSoundOfMusic'' famously opens with Creator/JulieAndrews singing the title song's refrain. Not only does the stage version include the verse, you can still hear its music in the movie's orchestral introduction.introduction if you listen carefully.
27th Mar '16 1:02:41 PM Prfnoff
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* The movie version of ''Theatre/TheSoundOfMusic'' famously opens with Creator/JulieAndrews singing the song's refrain. Not only does the stage version include the verse, you can still hear its music in the movie's orchestral introduction.

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* The movie version of ''Theatre/TheSoundOfMusic'' famously opens with Creator/JulieAndrews singing the title song's refrain. Not only does the stage version include the verse, you can still hear its music in the movie's orchestral introduction.
27th Mar '16 1:02:27 PM Prfnoff
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* The movie version of ''Theatre/TheSoundOfMusic'' famously opens with Creator/JulieAndrews singing the song's refrain. Not only does the stage version include the verse, you can still hear its music in the movie's orchestral introduction.
14th Mar '16 10:04:07 AM AgProv
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**''Child In Time'' does for keyboards what ''Smoke on the Water'' did for guitar. Most people who know the song only know the keyboard introduction, and a wordless chorus composed of tuneful screaming.
10th Feb '16 3:25:29 PM Market43Fan
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* This is a common complaint regarding [[ChristianRock songs labeled "praise and worship"]] (or in more recent times, contemporary worship music); usually as a suggestion that the newer songs tend to have less depth compared to traditional hymns.
9th Feb '16 4:31:25 PM twilicorn
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* "Baker Street" by Gerry Rafferty is a weird example because the "chorus" everyone remembers doesn't even have lyrics.
12th Jan '16 8:27:27 AM Prfnoff
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* "Where Did the Party Go?" by Fall Out Boy. Admit it, do you actually know any of the lyrics besides "Whoa, where did the party go?"

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* "Where Did the Party Go?" by Fall Out Boy.Music/FallOutBoy. Admit it, do you actually know any of the lyrics besides "Whoa, where did the party go?"


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* Original cast albums of older Broadway musicals often removed the verses of songs, either to keep playing times down on LP (or, worse, 78 RPM) sides, or to make them more presentable as potential song hits. Examples of this include:
** "How To Handle A Woman" from ''Theatre/{{Camelot}}''
** "I've Got You To Lean On" from ''Theatre/AnyoneCanWhistle''
** "On The Street Where You Live" from ''Theatre/MyFairLady'' (though the verse used in the song really doesn't work without the dialogue bridge)
** "The Sewing Bee" from ''Theatre/TheGoldenApple'' (whose original cast album was severely abridged in general)
9th Dec '15 8:42:36 AM Random888
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* "[[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ta-ra-ra_Boom-de-ay Ta-rar-a Boom-de-ay!]]" (Although a lot of people know the melody of the verses as "[[AxeCrazy Lizzie Borden]] took [[CarefulWithThatAxe an axe]]...")

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* "[[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ta-ra-ra_Boom-de-ay Ta-rar-a Boom-de-ay!]]" (Although a lot of people know the melody of the verses as "[[AxeCrazy Lizzie Borden]] "UsefulNotes/LizzieBorden took [[CarefulWithThatAxe [[AxeCrazy an axe]]...")
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