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19th Sep '16 6:50:16 PM BradOlson
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* Music/Petra's "The Coloring Song."

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* Music/Petra's Music/{{Petra}}'s "The Coloring Song."
19th Sep '16 6:49:33 PM BradOlson
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* Music/Petra's "The Coloring Song."
16th Sep '16 1:35:41 AM Giantsgiants
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* "Rosa Parks" by Music/{{Outkast}}. Parks's name is never mentioned anywhere in the song although "back of the bus" (which is what it's often called, [[RefrainFromAssuming but is not the actual title]]) does reference her civil rights movement.

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* "Rosa Parks" by Music/{{Outkast}}. Parks's Parks' name is never mentioned anywhere in the song although "back of the bus" (which is what it's often called, [[RefrainFromAssuming but is not the actual title]]) does reference her civil rights movement.
16th Sep '16 1:29:39 AM Giantsgiants
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* "Rosa Parks" by Music/{{Outkast}}. Parks's name is never mentioned anywhere in the song although "back of the bus" (which is what it's often called, [[RefrainFromAssuming but is not the actual title]]) does reference her civil rights movement.
21st Aug '16 1:09:11 PM nombretomado
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* Music/AlterBridge's "Metalingus" (which you may know better as [[NoIndoorVoice "ON THIS DAY!"]], especially if you've been watching [[{{Edge}} Professional Wrestling]] for the past decade), "White Knuckles" and "Words Darker Than Their Wings".

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* Music/AlterBridge's "Metalingus" (which you may know better as [[NoIndoorVoice "ON THIS DAY!"]], especially if you've been watching [[{{Edge}} [[Wrestling/{{Edge}} Professional Wrestling]] for the past decade), "White Knuckles" and "Words Darker Than Their Wings".
8th Aug '16 2:54:10 PM Twentington
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* "The Battle Hymn of Love" by Kathy Mattea and Tim O'Brien. The word "battle" shows up only once, and surprisingly, so does the word "love".
8th Aug '16 10:50:10 AM jamespolk
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* "Dissertation on the State of Bliss" from ''The Country Girl''. Ira Gershwin chose not to title the song after its refrain because several other songs had been titled "Love And Learn" already.

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* "Dissertation on the State of Bliss" from ''The Country Girl''.''Film/TheCountryGirl''. Ira Gershwin chose not to title the song after its refrain because several other songs had been titled "Love And Learn" already.
29th Jul '16 10:57:38 AM gewunomox
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* CheapTrick's "Mandocello". It's actually named for [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mandocello an instrument]] used in the song, rather than any of the lyrics.

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* CheapTrick's Music/CheapTrick's "Mandocello". It's actually named for [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mandocello an instrument]] used in the song, rather than any of the lyrics.
7th Jul '16 3:41:04 PM AnotherWanderingGhost
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* Music/SufjanStevens' two "state albums", ''Michigan'' and ''Illinois'', have a total of three songs between them whose lyrics contain the title completely: "Romulus", "Jacksonville" and "Chicago". Much of the other titles are [[LongTitle long, reference-laden sentences]].

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* Music/SufjanStevens' two "state albums", ''Michigan'' and ''Illinois'', have a total of three two songs between them whose lyrics contain the title completely: "Romulus", "Romulus" and "Chicago". "Jacksonville" and "Chicago". Much is close, containing a use of "Jackson" that might refer to the titular city. Many of the other titles are [[LongTitle long, reference-laden sentences]].
3rd Jul '16 2:34:18 PM gewunomox
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* Music/TheyMightBeGiants' "Absolutely Bill's Mood": Bill refers to RecordProducer Bill Krauss, while the "absolutely" part is a nod to BobDylan adding emphatic adverbs to song titles, such as "Absolutely Sweet Marie" or "Positively [=4th=] Street".

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* Music/TheyMightBeGiants' "Absolutely Bill's Mood": Bill refers to RecordProducer Bill Krauss, while the "absolutely" part is a nod to BobDylan Music/BobDylan adding emphatic adverbs to song titles, such as "Absolutely Sweet Marie" or "Positively [=4th=] Street".
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