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Fun Music Information -> Hoyt Axton

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Use a Song Title to Answer a Different Song:

Song & Band Name
Song & Band Name
"Part Of Me," Katy Perry"Bony Fingers," Hoyt Axton

Remove a Letter From a Song Title:

"No No Son" originally "No No Song"
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Add a Letter to a Song Title:

"Rusty Gold Halo" originally "Rusty Old Halo"
Hayley Spalding
"Rusty Bold Halo" originally "Rusty Old Halo"
Hayley Spalding
"Rusty Cold Halo" originally "Rusty Old Halo"
Hayley Spalding
"Trusty Old Halo" originally "Rusty Old Halo"
Hayley Spalding
"Never Been To Sprain" originally "Never Been To Spain"
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Change a Letter:

"Rusty Old Half" originally "Rusty Old Halo"
Hayley Spalding
"Rusty Odd Halo" originally "Rusty Old Halo"
Hayley Spalding
"Lusty Old Halo" originally "Rusty Old Halo"
Hayley Spalding

Song Parody Lyrics:

Original Song Name
Parody Song Name
Parody Author
"Boney Fingers""Tingly Fingers"Jonathan Spurlock
"Boney Fingers""Zombie Cockroach"Giorgio Coniglio's Grandson
"Boney Fingers""Satisfaction"Airfarcewon
"Boney Fingers""Orangy Fingers"Tim Mayfield

Band Name Anagrams:

Ox Hat, Tony Submitted by: Hayley Spalding
Oh, Tax Tony Submitted by: Sylvia Curruca

Upbeat Songs With Depressing Lyrics:

"Rusty Old Halo"
The Lyrics:
A rusty old halo a skinny white cloud second hand wings full of patches
A rusty old halo, a skinny white cloud, a robe that's so wooly it scratches
Why:
I was about 11 years old when I first heard this song. I thought it described an unfortunate soul who had had an unhappy life, had died, and now would spend eternity so shabbily caparisoned. One morning I had heard the refrain in a dream, and I woke up crying. Many years later, I looked for the lyrics on Google, and I came to realize that I was wrong: The subject of the song was a miserly rich man who wouldn't give anyone a dime and was now getting his just desserts. But I still cry when I hear the song.
Submitted by: Doug Montgomery
 

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