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23rd Sep '16 9:48:20 PM nombretomado
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* ''TheBraveLittleToaster'': The song sung by the modern appliances to the protagonists is called "The Cutting Edge", not "More" or "More More More".

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* ''TheBraveLittleToaster'': ''WesternAnimation/TheBraveLittleToaster'': The song sung by the modern appliances to the protagonists is called "The Cutting Edge", not "More" or "More More More".
19th Sep '16 11:50:30 PM CartmanCheesyPoofs
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** Her first hit song isn't called "Till' The Day I Die," it's called "Never Forget You".
17th Sep '16 5:18:50 PM LaptopGuy
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** Because of a [[{{Mondegreen}} misheard lyric]], their 2015 #1 hit "Coming for You" is often called the "Donkey Kong" song (it's "don't get caught", by the way).
* Music/OfMiceAndMen's biggest hit is called "Would You Still Be There?", not "If I Could Find the Words" or "If I Could ''[[PrecisionFStrike Fuck]]'' the Words".
17th Sep '16 5:12:41 PM LaptopGuy
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** They also never did anything called "We Ain't Ever Getting Older." The song you're looking for is "Closer," which only appears once in the song.

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** They also never did anything called "We Ain't Ever Getting Older." Older," even though that line quickly became a motto. The song you're looking for is "Closer," which only appears once in the song.



** Plenty of Fastball's other songs, including their biggest hit "The Way," drop the title multiple times, but never during the refrain. Although that ''does'' fit this trope, it also makes the title fairly easy to pick out, as it's usually the only phrase repeated across every verse.

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** Plenty of Fastball's other songs, including their biggest hit "The Way," drop the title multiple times, but never during the refrain. Although that ''does'' fit this trope, it also makes the title fairly easy to pick out, as it's hard to pick out a stand-out line in the chorus (like "The Road Paved in Gold" or "They Wanted The Highway") it's usually the only phrase repeated across every verse.



** "Weapon of Choice" is an unusual example, as it's more known as the "wah-wah-wah-wah" song or the Christopher Walken song, even though the title is likely its most distinctive lyric.



* Music/FiveSecondsOfSummer's signature song "She Looks So Perfect" is often known as the "American Apparel underwear" song.



* [[UnPerson GaryGlitter]]'s "Rock and Roll Part 2" is not called the "Hey Song" or "Wuh-Huh-Huh-Huh...UGH! Da-Duh, Da-Duh." Interestingly, the words "rock and roll" ''are'' uttered somewhere in the song (some of the only real lyrics there are), but most public performances and movie/TV soundtracks cut the song down extensively, only playing the famous "grunting" chorus. Most people tend to know it as simply [[BuffySpeak "that football game/sports stadium song."]]
* Music/{{Ghost}}'s "I Can Feel the Thunder" doesn't exist. "Cirice", on the other hand, does.
* The Ghost Town DJ's have one song and it is not called "At Night I Think of You". It's called "My Boo" - the former phrase is the first line of the chorus, and the word "boo" is used two bars after and at the end of the first verse.

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* [[UnPerson GaryGlitter]]'s Gary Glitter]]'s "Rock and Roll Part 2" is not called the "Hey Song" or "Wuh-Huh-Huh-Huh...UGH! Da-Duh, Da-Duh." Interestingly, the words "rock and roll" ''are'' uttered somewhere in the song (some of the only real lyrics there are), but most public performances and movie/TV soundtracks cut the song down extensively, only playing the famous "grunting" chorus. Most people tend to know it as simply [[BuffySpeak "that football game/sports stadium song."]]
* Music/{{Ghost}}'s "I Can Feel the Thunder" doesn't exist. "Cirice", on the other hand, does.
does. Their follow-up, "From the Pinnacle to the Pit", tends to be called "Long Way Down", "Cast out of the Heavens", or "Blackened Feathers".
* The Ghost Town DJ's have one song and it is not called "At Night I Think of You". It's called "My Boo" - the former phrase is the first line of the chorus, and the word "boo" is used two bars after and at the end of the first verse. Although more recently people have known of it as the "Running Man Challenge" song.



* Wiz Khalifa's 2015 mega-hit about Paul Walker is called "See You Again", not "It's Been a Long Day Without You".



** No, "I'll Never Love Again" doesn't exist. "Never Never", however, does.



* Music/ZaraLarsson doesn't have a song called "All Night, All Summer". She does have one called "Lush Life", however.



* Music/AlanisMorrisette didn't do a song called "Isn't It Ironic" on her album ''Music/JaggedLittlePill''. It's called "Ironic".

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* Music/AlanisMorrisette didn't do a song called "Isn't It Ironic" or "It's Like Rain On Your Wedding Day" on her album ''Music/JaggedLittlePill''. It's called "Ironic".



** "Pretty Fly For a White Guy" might as well be called "Give It To Me Baby"; after all, that line is used about a dozen times in the song, far more than the actual title. If not that, then you might hear "Gunter Glieben Glauchen Globen"

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** "Pretty Fly For a White Guy" might as well be called "Give It To Me Baby"; after all, that line is used about a dozen times in the song, far more than the actual title. If not that, then you might hear "Gunter "[[Music/DefLeppart Gunter Glieben Glauchen Globen"Globen]]".
** "Self-Esteem" is often known as "Laa, Laa, Laa-Laa-Laa"



* Music/RachelPlatten's 2015 smash "Fight Song" is often incorrectly called "This Is My Fight Song".



** An inversion/zig-zag: "We Will Rock You", arguably their most famous song, was the B-side to "We Are The Champions", and the two are almost always played together on the radio. This is also how they are arranged on ''Music/NewsOfTheWorld'', and were also typically played back-to-back in concert. This leads to some people assuming "We Are The Champions" is the title of ''one big song'', and incorrectly assuming that other people are incorrectly assuming the title to the second part is "We Will Rock You"; or vice versa.

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** An inversion/zig-zag: "We Will Rock You", arguably one of their most famous song, songs, was the B-side to "We Are The Champions", and the two are almost always played together on the radio. This is also how they are arranged on ''Music/NewsOfTheWorld'', and were also typically played back-to-back in concert. This leads to some people assuming "We Are The Champions" is the title of ''one big song'', and incorrectly assuming that other people are incorrectly assuming the title to the second part is "We Will Rock You"; or vice versa.



* Although you have probably heard Mark Ronson and Bruno Mars mega smash "Uptown Funk", which has since become one of the biggest songs of all time, more times than you can count, some might refer to the song as "Don't Believe Me, Just Watch", which it is not[[note]]the latter appears 18 times in the song, and the former 30, although some radio edits cut some of it out to shorten it and that also appears 18 in some cases.[[/note]]

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* Although you have probably heard Mark Ronson and Bruno Mars mega smash "Uptown Funk", which has since become one of the biggest songs of all time, more times than you can count, some might refer to the song as "Don't Believe Me, Just Watch", which it is not[[note]]the latter appears 18 times in the song, and the former 30, although some radio edits cut some of it out to shorten it and that also appears 18 in some cases.[[/note]][[/note]]. Even then, many people are inclined to call it "Uptown Funk You Up" rather than "Uptown Funk".



* Music/{{Toadies}}' "Possum Kingdom", which doesn't contain the title phrase anywhere in the song, tends to get called "So Help Me Jesus" for the last line of the chorus, or less often "Do You Wanna Die?" for the bridge.

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* Music/{{Toadies}}' "Possum Kingdom", which doesn't contain the title phrase anywhere in the song, tends to get called "So Help Me Jesus" for the last line of the chorus, or less often "Do You Wanna Die?" for the bridge. Other common titles include "Make Up Your Mind" or "Be My Angel".
16th Sep '16 3:25:49 PM Giantsgiants
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* That Fatman Scoop track that samples Music/{{FaithEvans}}' "Love Like This" is called "Be Faithful", not "Put Your Hands Up".

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* That Fatman Scoop track that samples Music/{{FaithEvans}}' Faith Evans' "Love Like This" is called "Be Faithful", not "Put Your Hands Up".
16th Sep '16 3:24:56 PM Giantsgiants
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* That Fatman Scoop track is called "Be Faithful", not "Put Your Hands Up".

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* That Fatman Scoop track that samples Music/{{FaithEvans}}' "Love Like This" is called "Be Faithful", not "Put Your Hands Up".
16th Sep '16 3:23:01 PM Giantsgiants
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* That Fatman Scoop track is called "Be Faithful", not "Put Your Hands Up".
16th Sep '16 1:35:30 AM Giantsgiants
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* When you heard Music/{{Outkast}}'s song "Rosa Parks" for the first time on the radio, chances are you thought the song was called "Back of the Bus". Parks's name is never mentioned in the song making it a NonAppearingTitle.

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* When you heard Music/{{Outkast}}'s song "Rosa Parks" for the first time on the radio, chances are you thought the song was called "Back of the Bus". Parks's Parks' name is never mentioned in the song making it a NonAppearingTitle.
16th Sep '16 1:34:35 AM Giantsgiants
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* When you heard Music/{{Outkast}}'s song "Rosa Parks" for the first time on the radio, chances are you thought the song was called "Back of the Bus". Parks's name is never mentioned in the song making it a NonAppearingTitle.
15th Sep '16 12:13:55 AM heterodynegirl
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* Music/FallOutBoy: The majority of their songs, due to a combination of WordSaladTitle and NonAppearingTitle, to the point that the ''exceptions'' are noticeable on their early albums[[note]]which themselves fit, as the titles of their first four albums never actually appear anywhere on the albums in question[[/note]]:
** ''Take This To Your Grave'' has two and a half songs with their own titles in the lyrics—"Grand Theft Autumn/Where Is Your Boy Tonight" contains only the latter phrase.
** Of thirteen songs on ''From Under the Cork Tree'', only two have names that actually appear in the lyrics.[[note]]"Dance Dance" and "Sugar, We're Going Down".[[/note]]
** ''Infinity on High'' has four songs with more-or-less easily identified titles, and ten with titles that never appear in the lyrics.[[note]]Exceptions: "This Ain't A Scene, It's An Arms Race" (though in the song, it's "''a goddamned'' arms race"), "Hum Hallelujah", "Golden", and "Thnks Fr Th Mmrs". [[/note]] "I'm Like A Lawyer With The Way I'm Always Trying To Get You Off (Me & You)" is an obvious example, but none of the other nine are any easier to guess.
** ''Folie a Deux'' has only three songs with titles that appear, out of thirteen songs in total. And two of the exceptions could be easily misidentified; "America's Suitehearts" is sometimes thought of as "I'm In Love With My Own Sins" or the sound-alike "America's ''Sweethearts''", and "What A Catch, Donnie" is mistakenly called simply "What a Catch",[[note]]as the name "Donnie" never actually appears in the song[[/note]] or "I Got Troubled Thoughts And the Self-Esteem To Match", which would fit their usual title style much better.[[note]]The one really straightforward exception is "I Don't Care".[[/note]]
** Finally (mostly) Averted with their fifth and sixth albums; rumor has it that even the band themselves couldn't remember which title went to which song and it was giving them trouble in concerts. "Twin Skeleton's (Hotel in NYC)" is the one exception; "a hotel in New York City" appears repeatedly, but never "twin skeleton's" (with or without the apostrophe).
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