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This is the most recent information about Lovin' Spoonful that has been submitted to amIright. If we have more information about Lovin' Spoonful, then we provide a link to the section where it appears (the actual page whenever possible).

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Possible Misspelled Names:

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Lovin' Spoonfuls, Lovin' Spoonful

Band Name Origins:

  • I heard an interview with the band some years ago. I don't know if they were just being polite because they were on national radio. But they claim the phrase "lovin' spoonful" refers to that last bit of coffee left in the cup, which tends to be extra sweet due to the fact that it contains all the extra undisolved sugar. They said that when taken from the coffee mug in a spoon, this became known as the lovin' spoonful. Submitted by: Mo deLaun
  • A "lovin' spoonful" is a slang term for the approximate amount of semen in the typical male ejaculation. Submitted by: Tim

Stupid Band Names:

  • No band could fit into a spoon! Submitted by: Francine Harper

New Song Names:

Original Song Name
New Song Name
Submitter Name
"Winter in the Suburbs""Summer in the City"coco
"Sleepless in Seattle""Summer in the City">>the boss<<

Use a Song Title to Answer a Different Song:

Song & Band Name
Song & Band Name
"Question," The Moody Blues"Did You Ever Have To Make Up Your Mind?," The Lovin' Spoonful
"Summer In The Country," Home Free"Summer In The City," The Lovin' Spoonful
"Something To Talk About," Bonnie Raitt"Summer In The City," The Lovin' Spoonful
"Do You Realize?," The Flaming Lips"Did You Ever Have To Make Up Your Mind?," The Lovin' Spoonful
There are additional songs titles that answer other songs available.

Remove a Letter From a Song Title:

"Sumer In The City" originally "Summer In The City"
As taking place in ancient Babylon?
Peter
"He Is Still A Mystery" originally "She Is Still A Mystery"
Alyssa Jayne
"Ran On The Roof" originally "Rain On The Roof"
...but hopefully didn't fall down and get hurt.
Natalia
"Do You Believe In Magi?" originally "Do You Believe In Magic?"
Mark Chestnut Roasting On An Open Fire
"Darling Be Home Son" originally "Darling Be Home Soon "
Peter

Add a Letter to a Song Title:

"Did You Ever Shave To Make Up Your Mind?" originally "Did You Ever Have To Make Up Your Mind?"
Only when I cut myself shaving.
Peter
"Grain On The Roof" originally "Rain On The Roof"
Peter
"Brain On The Roof" originally "Rain On The Roof"
This might be literally impossible, lol.
Peter

Change a Letter:

"Did You Ever Have To Wake Up Your Mind" originally "Did You Ever Have To Make Up Your Mind"
Sung to all the comatose patients?
Peter
"Nashville Cots" originally "Nashville Cats"
Yvette Bristle
"Nashville Pats" originally "Nashville Cats"
Yvette Bristle
"Nashville Mats" originally "Nashville Cats"
Yvette Bristle
"Nashville Cuts" originally "Nashville Cats"
Yvette Bristle

There are additional song titles with a letter changed available.

Recordings:

June 7
a parody of "What a Day For a Daydream" by Lovin' Spoonful
Life in Malta is just B-E-A-U-T-I-F-U-L
YOUTUBE: (mp3, wmv)

Song Parody Lyrics:

Original Song Name
Parody Song Name
Parody Author
"Summer in the City""ISIS in the City"Susanna Viljanen
"Daydream""Lamestream"EmsenEms
"Did You Ever Have to Make Up Your Mind?""Did You Ever Have True Maleness in Mind?"John A. Barry
"Nashville Cats""Gnash Till Flat"John A. Barry
"You're a Big Boy Now""You’re a Big Boy Now"John A. Barry
"Do You Believe In Magic""Do You Believe In Magic? (Obama's Budget Proposal)"Fiddlegirl and Tommy Turtle
"Darling Companion""Snarling Companion"John A. Barry
"She Is Still a Mystery""See This? Fill with P!ss fer Me!"John A. Barry
"Do You Believe In Magic""I Do Believe It's Magic"Andy Primus
"Daydream""Egg Cream"MasonR

There are additional song parodies available.

Songs for Commercials, That Haven't Been Done Yet:

Song Name
Product
Submittor
Summer In The CityWater ParkJoelle

Bad Choices for On Hold Music:

Song Name
Company/Organization
Submittor
Do You Believe in MagicCleveland Cavalierspf9
Did You Ever Have To Make Up Your Mind?John Kerry's HouseBadKarma Chameleon
Did You Ever Have To Make Up Your MindPlayboy MansionXyzyx

Songs for Duets, That Haven't Been Done Yet:

First Band/Song Name
Second Band/Song Name
New Song Name
Submittor
Hot In The City
   Billy Idol
Summer In The City
   Lovin' Spoonful
Hot Summer In The City
Opie M.
Summer Night City
   ABBA
Summer In The City
   The Lovin' Spoonful
Summer In The Night City
Edward
Girl, You'll Be A Woman Soon
   Neil Diamond
My Darling Come Home Soon
   Lovin' Spoonful
My Darling Girl, You'll Come Home A Woman Soon
Opie M.
Hot Summer Nights
   Night
Summer In The City
   The Lovin' Spoonful
Hot Summer Nights In The City
Makes sense to me!
Natalie Merchant Marines
There are additional duets that haven't been done yet available.

If Groups Combined, Their Names Might Be:

Darker My Lovin' Spoonful
Darker My Love combined with Lovin' Spoonful
Submitted By: Cotton Lorraine
Sarah Where Is My Lovin' Teaspoonful
Sarah Where Is My Tea combined with The Lovin' Spoonful
Submitted By: Gretchen Wieners
The Strange Lovin' Spoonful
The Strangeloves combined with The Lovin' Spoonful
Submitted By: Candy Welty

Misheard Lyrics:

"Did You Ever Have to Make Up Your Mind?"
Misheard Lyrics:
Cute as a bonnet
Original Lyrics:
Cute as a bunny
"Do You Believe in Magic?"
Misheard Lyrics:
Just don't listen
Original Lyrics:
Just go and listen
"Do You Believe in Magic?"
Misheard Lyrics:
If it's just plain music or rhythm and blues
Original Lyrics:
If it's jug band music or rhythm and blues
"Did You Ever Have to Make Up Your Mind?"
Misheard Lyrics:
Say yes to one and let the other one write
Original Lyrics:
Say yes to one and let the other one ride
There are additional misheard lyrics available.

Misheard Lyrics Stories:

"Summer in the City"
Misheard Lyrics:
Just bag the heat, it'll be alright
Original Lyrics:
Despite the heat it'll be alright

Story about this misheard lyric by: James Owens

Heard it this way since 1966

There are additional misheard stories available.

Nonsensical Song Lyrics:

"Summer In The City"
The Nonsensical Lyrics:
Gonna look in every corner of the city
Till I'm wheezing like a bus stop
Why They're Nonsensical:
I may have led a sheltered life, but I don't think I've ever known a bus stop to wheeze. I presume they mean they're wheezeing like they've just run to catch a bus.
Submitted by: Chris P.
"Six O'Clock"
The Nonsensical Lyrics:
A few hours ago she was standing here
Just watching the stars in our eyes, and the lights as the tights disappeared.
Why They're Nonsensical:
Anybody?
Submitted by: TJC

Songs That Open With Their Titles:

"Do You Believe In Magic"
Opening Lines:
Do you believe in magic in a young girl's heart?
Comments:
This was covered by several artists such as Shaun Cassidy, John Mellencamp, Bud Shank, Randy VanWarmer, The Format, and BBMak.
Submitted by: Vic George
"Daydream"
Opening Lines:
What a day for a daydream, what a day for a daydreamin' boy.
Comments:
None, other than Peter forgot this one from the Spoonful.
Submitted by: Indy
There are additional spelling lyrics available.

Song Title Space Change:

"You Didn't Have To Be Son Ice " originally "You Didn't Have To Be So Nice"
Submitted by: Peter

Real Places Mentioned in Songs:

"Nashville Cats"
The Lyrics:
"...On a Tennessee anthill..."
Why:
"Because the Klan already had a stranglehold on the Nashville HAT'S..."
Submitted by: princejellyfish
 

Song Title Acrostics:

SO: "Six O'Clock"
Submitted by: Candy Welty

Song Title Spoonerisms:

"Cashville Gnats" originally "Nashville Cats"
Submitted by: Naomi Swanson

Band Name Spoonerisms:

The Stovin' Loonful originally "The Lovin' Spoonful"
Submitted by: Oldrock

Lighter Side of Serious Bands:

"POW! (Theme to "What's up, Tiger Lilly")"
Being the theme song for a 1965 Woody Allen film by overdubbing a Japanese film, The Lovin' Spoonful made a witty theme song and even guest starred in the film.
Submitted by: Paul Warren

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