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14th Oct '17 9:02:14 AM TT454
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* Music/DireStraits' biggest hit is "Money for Nothing", not "I Want My MTV", "Chicks For Free", "Microwave Ovens", or "Colour TVs".\\

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* Music/DireStraits' biggest hit is "Money for Nothing", not "I Want My MTV", "Chicks For Free", "Microwave Ovens", or "Colour TVs".\\
14th Oct '17 9:01:34 AM TT454
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* Music/DireStraits' biggest hit is "Money for Nothing", not "I Want My MTV", "Chicks For Free", "Microwave Ovens", or "Color TVs".\\

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* Music/DireStraits' biggest hit is "Money for Nothing", not "I Want My MTV", "Chicks For Free", "Microwave Ovens", or "Color "Colour TVs".\\
14th Oct '17 9:01:21 AM TT454
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* Music/DireStraits' biggest hit is "Money for Nothing", not "MTV", "Microwave Ovens", or "Color TVeeees".\\
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Music/WeirdAlYankovic's parody of the song is called "Money for Nothing/Beverly Hillbillies*", not just "Beverly Hillbillies". And yes, both the title of the original ''and'' the asterisk are part of the title.

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* Music/DireStraits' biggest hit is "Money for Nothing", not "MTV", "I Want My MTV", "Chicks For Free", "Microwave Ovens", or "Color TVeeees".TVs".\\
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* Music/WeirdAlYankovic's parody of the song is called "Money for Nothing/Beverly Hillbillies*", not just "Beverly Hillbillies". And yes, both the title of the original ''and'' the asterisk are part of the title.



* The patriotic song whose first line is "My Country, 'Tis of Thee" is actually titled "America."

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* The American patriotic song whose first line is "My Country, 'Tis of Thee" is actually titled "America."" and the theme is adapted from the UK national anthem "God Save the Queen".
8th Oct '17 9:45:44 AM nombretomado
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* BookerT's entrance theme was not called "Can You Dig It?"; it was called "Rap Sheet." Listeners were often misled because Booker could be heard bellowing [[JiveTurkey "Can you dig it...sucka?!"]] just before the music started up. And strangely enough, Booker T ''did'' record a rap titled "Can You Dig It?" for the ''WWE Originals'' album.

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* BookerT's Wrestling/BookerT's entrance theme was not called "Can You Dig It?"; it was called "Rap Sheet." Listeners were often misled because Booker could be heard bellowing [[JiveTurkey "Can you dig it...sucka?!"]] just before the music started up. And strangely enough, Booker T ''did'' record a rap titled "Can You Dig It?" for the ''WWE Originals'' album.
7th Oct '17 4:01:48 PM nombretomado
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* That ragtime/jazz duet that BingCrosby did with his son Gary was called "Play a Simple Melody", not "Play Me Some Rag" or "I Wanna Listen to Rag."

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* That ragtime/jazz duet that BingCrosby Music/BingCrosby did with his son Gary was called "Play a Simple Melody", not "Play Me Some Rag" or "I Wanna Listen to Rag."
6th Oct '17 5:13:13 AM smittykins
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* Music/{{Chicago}}: "Call On Me" and "Questions 67 and 68" have too many phrases in the chorus to list all possible alternate titles(and in the former, the title is only sung by Peter Cetera at the very end).

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* Music/{{Chicago}}: "Call On Me" and "Questions 67 and 68" have too many phrases in the chorus to list all possible alternate titles(and in the former, latter, the title is only sung by Peter Cetera at the very end).
6th Oct '17 5:11:20 AM smittykins
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* Music/{{Chicago}}: "Call On Me" and "Questions 67 and 68" have too many phrases in the chorus to list all possible alternate titles.
* ''Twenty-Five or Six To Four'' is not called, despite appearances, "Waiting For The Break of Day."

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* Music/{{Chicago}}: "Call On Me" and "Questions 67 and 68" have too many phrases in the chorus to list all possible alternate titles.
* ''Twenty-Five or Six
titles(and in the former, the title is only sung by Peter Cetera at the very end).
** 25 Or 6
To Four'' 4 is not called, despite appearances, "Waiting For The Break of Day."
5th Oct '17 2:18:21 AM jormis29
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5th Oct '17 2:18:05 AM jormis29
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** "Smooth Criminal" from ''Music/{{Bad}}'' is not "Annie Are You Okay". (This applies to Alien Ant Farm's cover, as well.)

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** "Smooth Criminal" from ''Music/{{Bad}}'' is not "Annie Are You Okay". (This applies to Alien Ant Farm's to Music/AlienAntFarm's cover, as well.)
26th Sep '17 11:27:59 AM Discord_and_Dine
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* [[Music/{{Kesha}} Ke$ha]] never wrote a song called "Glitter in my Eyes", "Hot and Dangerous", or "DJ Turn it Up". The song with those phrases is called "We R Who We R". And in this case the title is actually prominent on the song, appearing "twice" on the chorus.

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* [[Music/{{Kesha}} Ke$ha]] never wrote a song called "Glitter in my Eyes", "Hot and Dangerous", "Tonight We're Going Hard", or "DJ Turn it Up". The song with those phrases is called "We R Who We R". And in this case the title is actually prominent on the song, appearing "twice" on the chorus.
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