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Music Trivia -> Same Title, Different Song -> Gone Gone Gone

There's only so many unique two word or three word titles that can be invented before groups begin to recycle titles. There's nothing wrong with that of course, but it can be confusing if you're trying to sort out what song is a cover of another song. This section lists songs with identical titles, but different lyrics. To help us keep track of which songs are which, the first two lines of each unique song are listed.

"Gone Gone Gone"

The following are all the different songs that are titled "Gone Gone Gone". Check out the index for more examples of songs that have Same Title, but a Different Song.

Well, I been havin' a little trouble, Lord
But I'm keepin' it together, yeah.
Submitted by: Rocky Rhodes
Some sunny day, baby
When everything seems okay, baby.
Submitted by: Rocky Rhodes
I've been having trouble looking in the mirror?
When I do I can't stand the person that I see.
Submitted by: Gretchen Wieners
John Ralston
Lately you've been acting in a role that's unbecoming
Of the girl who taught me there was so much in this world worth living.
Submitted by: Gretchen Wieners
When life leaves you high and dry
I'll be at your door tonight
Submitted by: Open Mike Knight

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