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15th Jan '18 5:00:15 PM MikeK
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* "Shut Up" by Madness is an interesting case, as an early version did have a TitleDrop as the last two words of the song - they ended up cutting the entire last verse for length, but kept the title anyway. It still makes sense thematically - the lyrics concern an UnreliableNarrator who is trying to proclaim his innocence of attempted burglary while inadvertently making his guilt all the more obvious; he should really just "shut up" before he gets himself in more trouble.
15th Jan '18 9:04:12 AM Prfnoff
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* The Paper Chase LOVE this trope, and since they've never made a non-ConceptAlbum, often a song is named after a lyric from another song on the album, i.e. "It's Out There And It's Gonna Get You", or a straight up example such as "Where Have Those Hands Been?!"

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* The Paper Chase Music/ThePaperChase LOVE this trope, and since they've never made a non-ConceptAlbum, often a song is named after a lyric from another song on the album, i.e. "It's Out There And It's Gonna Get You", or a straight up example such as "Where Have Those Hands Been?!"
13th Jan '18 11:22:55 AM nombretomado
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** This title can also cause major confusion with the earlier "Equestria Girls" advertisement which is a parody on KatyPerry's "California Gurls" released long before anyone at Hasbro even thought about making the ponies human. As a result of this, most fans refer the song as "[[RefrainFromAssuming Helping Twilight Win the Crown]]" (or "Cafeteria Song", which doesn't appear in the lyrics either).

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** This title can also cause major confusion with the earlier "Equestria Girls" advertisement which is a parody on KatyPerry's Music/KatyPerry's "California Gurls" released long before anyone at Hasbro even thought about making the ponies human. As a result of this, most fans refer the song as "[[RefrainFromAssuming Helping Twilight Win the Crown]]" (or "Cafeteria Song", which doesn't appear in the lyrics either).
21st Dec '17 11:01:07 AM Krendall
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* A bunch of Music/JethroTull songs. Examples, to pick just one album, include "Cheap Day Return", "Hymn 43", and "My God".

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* A bunch of Music/JethroTull songs. Examples, to pick just one album, songs, especially in their early albums. Examples include "Alive and Well and Living In", "Cheap Day Return", "Hymn 43", and "My God".God", "A Song for Jeffery".
19th Dec '17 8:05:36 PM lexxybaby
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* Music/NineInchNails - Heresy, I'm Looking Forward To Joining You, Finally, The Downward Spiral, many others.

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* Music/NineInchNails - Heresy, I'm "Heresy", "I'm Looking Forward To Joining You, Finally, The Finally", "The Downward Spiral, Spiral", many others.
16th Nov '17 1:07:17 PM GSNSmashFan3
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* Music/{{Sarah McLachlan}} has quite a few songs that fall under this trope. Excluding covers, these songs are: "Awakenings," "Ben's Song," "Dirty Little Secret," "Elsewhere," "Fumbling Towards Ecstacy," "Last Dance," "Out of the Shadows," "Possession," "Touch," "Trust," "Sad Clown," "Uphill Battle," "Vox," and "Wintersong." Most of these songs come from her first album, although some of these, most notably "Awakenings," are much more recent. To an extent, "Circle," "Illusions of Bliss," and "The Path of Thorns" could also fall under this trope.

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* Music/{{Sarah McLachlan}} has quite a few songs that fall under this trope. Excluding covers, these songs are: "Awakenings," "Ben's Song," "Dirty Little Secret," "Elsewhere," "Fumbling Towards Ecstacy," "Last Dance," "Out of the Shadows," "Possession," "Touch," "Trust," "Sad Clown," "Song for My Father," "Uphill Battle," "Vox," and "Wintersong." Most of these songs come from her first album, although some of these, most notably "Awakenings," are much more recent. To an extent, "Circle," "Illusions of Bliss," and "The Path of Thorns" could also fall under this trope.
9th Nov '17 3:41:39 PM dsneybuf
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* Creator/DavidHasselhoff's "Music/GuardiansInferno" doesn't actually include either of those words in its lyrics.

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* Creator/DavidHasselhoff's "Music/GuardiansInferno" doesn't has a title combining ''Film/GuardiansOfTheGalaxy'' with ''Theatre/DiscoInferno'', but the lyrics don't actually include either of those words in its lyrics.words.
2nd Nov '17 6:06:14 PM tiiger
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* Music/TomWaits has quite a few: "Shore Leave" and "Frank's Wild Years" from ''Music/{{Swordfishtrombones}}'', (the words all appear in the first line, but not together), "Cemetery Polka" and "Jockey Full Of Bourbon" from ''Music/RainDogs'', "Black Wings" from ''Music/BoneMachine'' among others. On the other hand, all 16 songs on ''Music/MuleVariations'' have their title appear in the lyrics. The bonus tracks on the Australia/NZ edition bring it up to 18 and it ''still'' averts the trope.
** How is "Shore Leave" mentioned in here? The song title is being dropped ''[[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Pv8IM_-Bam0 constantly]]'' from 3:18 onwards.

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* Music/TomWaits has quite a few: "Shore Leave" and "Frank's Wild Years" from ''Music/{{Swordfishtrombones}}'', (the words all appear in the first line, but not together), "Cemetery Polka" and "Jockey Full Of Bourbon" from ''Music/RainDogs'', "Black Wings" from ''Music/BoneMachine'' among others. On the other hand, all 16 songs on ''Music/MuleVariations'' have their title appear in the lyrics. The bonus tracks on the Australia/NZ edition bring it up to 18 and it ''still'' averts the trope.
** How is "Shore Leave" mentioned in here? The song title is being dropped ''[[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Pv8IM_-Bam0 constantly]]'' from 3:18 onwards.
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26th Oct '17 9:06:54 AM xcountryguy
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** There's also the memorable Relient K song, "Crayons Can Melt On Us For All I Care", which, because of this trope, is commonly refered to as [[spoiler: "I Just Wasted Ten Seconds of Your Life"]]

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** There's also the memorable Relient K song, "Crayons Can Melt On Us For All I Care", which, because of this trope, is commonly refered to as [[spoiler: "I [[spoiler:"I Just Wasted Ten Seconds of Your Life"]]
10th Oct '17 6:03:25 PM Malady
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* IFightDragons has "Suburban Doxology" and "No One Likes Superman Anymore".

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* IFightDragons ''Music/IFightDragons'' has "Suburban Doxology" and "No One Likes Superman Anymore".
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