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21st May '18 5:54:20 AM jormis29
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* Most songs by Falling Up, including "A Guide to Marine Life," "How They Made Cameras," and "The Dark Side to Indoor Track Meets."

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* Most songs by Falling Up, Music/FallingUp, including "A Guide to Marine Life," "How They Made Cameras," and "The Dark Side to Indoor Track Meets."
8th May '18 7:07:18 PM Kotomikun
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* Music/{{Coldplay}}'s "Amsterdam," "Don't Panic," "Parachutes," "The Scientist," "X&Y," "Life in Technicolor" (mostly instrumental), "Life in Technicolor II" (not mostly instrumental, but still no TitleDrop), "Viva la Vida," "Twisted Logic," "Lovers in Japan," "Chinese Sleep Chant," "The Escapist," "Charlie Brown," "Ink", "Midnight", "Hymn for the Weekend", "Adventure of a Lifetime", and probably more in the future if this is any indication...

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* Music/{{Coldplay}}'s "Amsterdam," "Don't Panic," "Parachutes," "The Scientist," "X&Y," "Life in Technicolor" (mostly instrumental), "Life in Technicolor II" (not mostly instrumental, but still no TitleDrop), "Viva la Vida," Vida" (the title track for an album, but this phrase isn't in any of their songs; supposedly it was a LineOfSightName found while recording the album), "Twisted Logic," "Lovers in Japan," "Chinese Sleep Chant," Chant" ([[IndecipherableLyrics probably]]), "The Escapist," "Charlie Brown," "Ink", "Midnight", "Hymn for the Weekend", "Adventure of a Lifetime", and probably more in the future if this is any indication...
6th May '18 3:10:34 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".

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* "The Battle Hymn of Love" by Kathy Mattea Music/KathyMattea and Tim O'Brien. The word "battle" shows up only once, and surprisingly, so does the word "love".
28th Apr '18 6:48:08 PM igordebraga
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* Music/MarilynManson, with some songs like ''Count To Six And Die'' and ''Slutgarden'', although it's rare.



** ''Flying'' may count as well, even if it was an instrumental.
** ''Revolution No. 9'' is a bit of a zig-zag. The loop of a voice saying "number nine'' continuously is heard not the word "Revolution" doesn't appear at all.

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** ''Flying'' "Flying" may count as well, even if it was an instrumental.
** ''Revolution "Revolution No. 9'' 9' is a bit of a zig-zag. The loop of a voice saying "number nine'' continuously is heard not the word "Revolution" doesn't appear at all.



* Music/CatPower's [[TheCoverChangesTheMeaning cover]] of Satisfaction drops the chorus, and thus the title never comes up in the song.

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* Music/CatPower's [[TheCoverChangesTheMeaning cover]] of Satisfaction "Satisfaction" drops the chorus, and thus the title never comes up in the song.



* Music/{{Coldplay}}'s "Amsterdam," "Don't Panic," "Parachutes," "The Scientist," "X&Y," "Life in Technicolor" (mostly instrumental), "Life in Technicolor II" (not mostly instrumental, but still no TitleDrop), "Viva la Vida," "Twisted Logic," "Lovers in Japan," "Chinese Sleep Chant," "The Escapist," "Charlie Brown," and probably more in the future if this is any indication...

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* Music/{{Coldplay}}'s "Amsterdam," "Don't Panic," "Parachutes," "The Scientist," "X&Y," "Life in Technicolor" (mostly instrumental), "Life in Technicolor II" (not mostly instrumental, but still no TitleDrop), "Viva la Vida," "Twisted Logic," "Lovers in Japan," "Chinese Sleep Chant," "The Escapist," "Charlie Brown," "Ink", "Midnight", "Hymn for the Weekend", "Adventure of a Lifetime", and probably more in the future if this is any indication...



* Music/GreenDay's "16", "American Eulogy", "Armatage Shanks", "At the Library", "Bab's Uvula Who?", "Basket Case", "Brain Stew/Jaded", "Brat", "Burnout", "East Jesus Nowhere", "Emenius Sleepus", "F.O.D." (although the phrase "Fuck off or die," for which this stands, does appear), "Good Riddance" (although the song's subtitle, "Time of Your Life," appears several times), "Going to Pasalacqua", "Green Day", "Having a Blast", "Homecoming", "J.A.R.", "Jackass", "Last Night on Earth", "Letterbomb", "Longview", "Panic Song", "Platypus (I Hate You)", "Poprocks & Coke", "Prosthetic Head", "Pulling Teeth", "Sassafras Roots", "Stuck With Me", "The Grouch", and "¿Viva la Gloria? (Little Girl)".

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* Music/GreenDay's "16", "American Eulogy", "Armatage Shanks", "At the Library", "Bab's Uvula Who?", "Basket Case", "Brain Stew/Jaded", "Brat", "Burnout", "Dirty Rotten Bastards", "East Jesus Nowhere", "Emenius Sleepus", "F.O.D." (although the phrase "Fuck off or die," for which this stands, does appear), "Good Riddance" (although the song's subtitle, "Time of Your Life," appears several times), "Going to Pasalacqua", "Green Day", "Having a Blast", "Homecoming", "J.A.R.", "Jackass", "Last Night on Earth", "Letterbomb", "Longview", "Panic Song", "Platypus (I Hate You)", "Poprocks & Coke", "Prosthetic Head", "Pulling Teeth", "Sassafras Roots", "Stuck With Me", "The Grouch", and "¿Viva la Gloria? (Little Girl)".



* Only three songs in Music/IronMaiden's ''Piece of Mind'' have a TitleDrop, four if you count "Sunlight, falling on your steel" on "Sun and Steel". It would be five if "To Tame a Land" had been allowed to keep its original title, "Franchise/{{Dune}}". ''Powerslave'' has "The Duellists" (and an instrumental), ''Seventh Son of a Seventh Son'' has two ("The Clairvoyant" and "The Prophecy"), ''No Prayer for the Dying'' has two (the title track and "Fates Warning"), ''Brave New World'' has "The Mercenary", ''Dance of Death'' has "Rainmaker" (at the least), ''A Matter of Life and Death'' has "The Reincarnation Of Benjamin Breeg", and ''The Final Frontier'' has "The Alchemist" (the word "alchemy" does appear) and a borderline in "Satellite 15... The Final Frontier" (the latter appears, while the [[ChronologicalAlbumTitle album number nod]] doesn't).

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* Only three songs in Music/IronMaiden's ''Piece of Mind'' have a TitleDrop, four if you count "Sunlight, falling on your steel" on "Sun and Steel". It would be five if "To Tame a Land" had been allowed to keep its original title, "Franchise/{{Dune}}". ''Powerslave'' has "The Duellists" (and an instrumental), ''Seventh Son of a Seventh Son'' has two ("The Clairvoyant" and "The Prophecy"), ''No Prayer for the Dying'' has two (the title track and "Fates Warning"), ''Brave New World'' has "The Mercenary", ''Dance of Death'' has "Rainmaker" (at (the title track does is borderline, as "Dance of the least), dead" appears), ''A Matter of Life and Death'' has "The Reincarnation Of Benjamin Breeg", and ''The Final Frontier'' has "The Alchemist" (the word "alchemy" does appear) and a borderline in "Satellite 15... The Final Frontier" (the latter appears, while the [[ChronologicalAlbumTitle album number nod]] doesn't).



* Music/MarilynManson, with some songs like "Count To Six And Die" and "Slutgarden", although it's rare.



* All of [[Music/PanicAtTheDisco Panic! At The Disco]]'s first album, and part of their second.

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* All of [[Music/PanicAtTheDisco Panic! At The Disco]]'s Music/PanicAtTheDisco's first album, and part of their second.



* Music/VanHalen: "Love Walks In" (the chorus actually goes "Love comes walkin' in")

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* Music/VanHalen: "Love Walks In" (the chorus actually goes "Love comes walkin' in")in") and "5150".
22nd Apr '18 4:31:14 PM Cenourinha
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* Music/{{Blur}}'s "Song 2". It was originally a WorkingTitle, but the title kept.

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* Music/{{Blur}}'s "Song 2". It was originally a WorkingTitle, [[ThrowItIn but the title kept.kept]].
12th Apr '18 4:55:23 AM MisterApple
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* Music/{{4NonBlondes}}' "What's Up" was specifically given that title to prevent it from being confused with an earlier song "What's Going On", due to the latter phrase being the one used in the lyrics.

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* Music/{{4NonBlondes}}' 4 Non Blondes' "What's Up" was specifically given that title to prevent it from being confused with an earlier song "What's Going On", due to the latter phrase being the one used in the lyrics.


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** A complete list can be found [[http://tmbw.net/wiki/Title_Not_In_Lyrics here]].
13th Mar '18 6:43:06 PM Spyspotter
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** With the notable exceptions of Music/NickCave's "The Weeping Song", Music/{{Queen}}'s "Melancholy Blues", Music/BobDylan's "Tombstone Blues" and "Stuck Inside of Mobile with the Memphis Blues Again", Music/TheWhiteStripes' "300 MPH Torrential Outpour Blues", The Music/ManicStreetPreachers' "Watsville Blues", Music/EddieCochran's "Summertime Blues", Glenn Frey's "Smuggler's Blues", Music/DavidBowie's "Running Gun Blues," "Existential Blues," and "I Got Those Wake Up 7:30, Wash Your Ears They're Dirty, Eat your Eggs and Oatmeal Rush to School Blues", Steely Dan's "Deacon Blues", Music/{{Robert Johnson}}'s "Walking Blues", Blind Willie McTell's "Statesboro Blues", Weird Al Yankovic's "Buckingham Blues", Brian Setzer's "'49 Mercury Blues", and George Harrison's "Sue Me, Sue You Blues".

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** With the notable exceptions of Music/NickCave's "The Weeping Song", Song" and "Higgs Boson Blues", Music/{{Queen}}'s "Melancholy Blues", Music/BobDylan's "Tombstone Blues" and "Stuck Inside of Mobile with the Memphis Blues Again", Music/TheWhiteStripes' "300 MPH Torrential Outpour Blues", The Music/ManicStreetPreachers' "Watsville Blues", Music/EddieCochran's "Summertime Blues", Glenn Frey's "Smuggler's Blues", Music/DavidBowie's "Running Gun Blues," "Existential Blues," and "I Got Those Wake Up 7:30, Wash Your Ears They're Dirty, Eat your Eggs and Oatmeal Rush to School Blues", Steely Dan's "Deacon Blues", Music/{{Robert Johnson}}'s "Walking Blues", Blind Willie McTell's "Statesboro Blues", Weird Al Yankovic's "Buckingham Blues", Brian Setzer's "'49 Mercury Blues", and George Harrison's "Sue Me, Sue You Blues".
28th Feb '18 6:21:12 PM Cenourinha
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* Music/{{Blur}}'s "Song 2". It was originally a WorkingTitle, but the title kept.
25th Feb '18 3:22:14 AM Q4
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* Bronski Beat's SignatureSong, "Smalltown Boy".
18th Feb '18 9:13:22 AM SeptimusHeap
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* ReelBigFish has their song "The Set Up" which does not feature any of those words. Sometimes called [[RefrainFromAssuming "But I want you" or "You need this"]]

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* ReelBigFish Music/ReelBigFish has their song "The Set Up" which does not feature any of those words. Sometimes called [[RefrainFromAssuming "But I want you" or "You need this"]]
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