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24th Jul '17 5:29:12 AM thecnoNSMB
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** "Enter Sandman" is not "Enter Night, Exit Light" or "Off To Never-Never Land".

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** "Enter Sandman" is not "Enter Night, Exit Light" "Exit Light, Enter Night" or "Off To Never-Never Land".
23rd Jul '17 3:34:55 AM Piterpicher
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** And the current ''Raw'' theme is just called "Tonight", not "Tonight Is the Night" (despite what you may think if you stumble upon a stream of ''VideoGameChampionshipWrestling'', where the chatroom will "sing" along with some of the lyrics, especially the full "Tonight is the night" line that opens the song).

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** And the current ''Raw'' theme is just called "Tonight", not "Tonight Is the Night" (despite what you may think if you stumble upon a stream of ''VideoGameChampionshipWrestling'', ''WebVideo/VideoGameChampionshipWrestling'', where the chatroom will "sing" along with some of the lyrics, especially the full "Tonight is the night" line that opens the song).
20th Jul '17 5:07:14 PM ASusNunCompany
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* Music/TwentyOnePilotss' biggest hit is not called "Blurryface", but "Stressed Out" -- although ''Blurryface'' is the name of its parent album.

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* Music/TwentyOnePilotss' Music/TwentyOnePilots' biggest hit is not called "Blurryface", but "Stressed Out" -- although ''Blurryface'' is the name of its parent album.
11th Jul '17 7:06:42 AM LaptopGuy
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* Rich Swann's theme song in the Cruiserweight division is called "Around the World", ''not'' "Can You Handle This?"
5th Jul '17 2:25:59 PM Ccook1956
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* In the late 50s, The Rays had a hit titled "Silhouettes." Line three of verse two is "Wondered why I'm not the guy whose silhouette's on the shade." Ensuing covers of the song erroneously play it as "Wondered why I'm not the guy, two silhouettes on the shade" (either matching verses one, three and four or they just didn't pay attention to the original lyrics).
27th Jun '17 12:47:35 PM LaptopGuy
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* Music/{{Beartooth}} don't have a song known as "Up on the Mountain". The song you're looking for is called "In Between".


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* Music/DeathFromAbove1979's biggest American hit is called "Trainwreck 1979", not "I Want It All".
24th Jun '17 9:58:41 AM J79
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* Music/Eminem:
** His breakthrough hit was not called "Slim Shady" but actually "My Name Is".
** He never had a song called "Will The Real Slim Shady Please Stand Up", it's just "The Real Slim Shady".
15th Jun '17 7:55:25 AM NoUsername
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* "The King of Speed," the music to the Beginner course in ''VideoGame/DaytonaUSA'', is perhaps more commonly known by the title [[MemeticMutation "Rolling Start",]] as these two words are belted out twice at the very beginning and the rest of the lyrics are a series of vocalizations by Takenobu Mitsuyoshi. [[EarWorm It's incredibly catchy.]] The strangest part of all? There actually ''is'' a song on the OST that goes by that name... [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oURt4oC-TjA and it's a truncated remix of "The King of Speed" played during that course's post-race replay and staff roll.]]

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* This manages to happen to ''every'' song from ''VideoGame/DaytonaUSA''.
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"The King of Speed," Speed", the music to the Beginner course in ''VideoGame/DaytonaUSA'', course, is perhaps much more commonly known by the title [[MemeticMutation "Rolling Start",]] as these two words are belted out twice at the very beginning and the rest of the lyrics are a series of vocalizations by Takenobu Mitsuyoshi. [[EarWorm It's incredibly catchy.]] The strangest part of all? There Confusingly, there actually ''is'' a song on in the OST that goes by that name...game called "Rolling Start"... [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oURt4oC-TjA and it's a truncated remix of "The King of Speed" played during that the course's post-race replay and staff roll.]] ]]
** The Advanced course's music is well-known for its vocalization of "DAYTONAAAAAA!", to the point that it's mistaken for the song's name. The actual name is the very next lyric: "Let's Go Away".
** "Sky High", the Expert course's theme, is occasionally misnamed as "I Wanna Fly Sky High" or "Blue Blue Skies", though it doesn't get this as commonly as the other two.


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* When it was revealed, the vocal theme for ''VideoGame/SuperMarioOdyssey'' was variously known as "1-Up Girl" or "Let's Do the Odyssey" thanks to its lyrics. It was eventually given the name "Jump Up, Super Star!" by the game's [[https://twitter.com/mario_odysseyJP/status/875264231506984961 official Twitter account]].
6th Jun '17 12:24:06 PM Mdumas43073
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* Music/TheByrds didn't do a song called "I'm Going to Catch That Horse." The title is "Chestnut Mare".
29th May '17 2:09:20 PM Ccook1956
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** Inverted in the ''WesternAnimation/YogisTreasureHunt'' episode "Yogi's Heroes." Dick and Muttley capture Snooper and Blabber amd torture them by making them watch old ''Dastardly & Muttley'' episodes, which Snooper called "Stop That Pigeon-type cartoons."

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** Inverted in the ''WesternAnimation/YogisTreasureHunt'' episode "Yogi's Heroes." Dick and Muttley capture Snooper and Blabber amd and torture them by making them watch old ''Dastardly & Muttley'' episodes, which Snooper called "Stop That Pigeon-type cartoons."
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