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Song Names -> Add a Letter To a Song Title -> N, Page 8

Add one letter out of a song title to change it's meaning. The addition of the letter should still form a word, and the title should be humorous as a result. You CAN NOT add S to the end of a word to make it plural.

For example: Nine Inch Nails's "Help Me I'm In Hell" would become "Help Me I'm In Shell"

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Entries Beginning with N, Page 8

Entries starting with N are split into multiple pages: 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

"Know You're Gone," Basshunter originally "Now You're Gone"
Twila Paris Hilton
"Know You're In Heaven," Julian Lennon originally "Now You're In Heaven"
Candy Welty
"Snow!," Lena Horne originally "Now!"
Candy Welty
"Know!," Lena Horne originally "Now!"
Candy Welty
"Nowhere Feast," Incubus originally "Nowhere Fast"
Opposite of original? Not likely original meaning
Heather Brockwell
"Nowhere To Ruin," Martha And The Vandellas originally "Nowhere To Run"
Dangflabit! It's already been ruined.
Reese Witherknife
"Number Of The Breast," Iron Maiden originally "Number Of The Beast"
Rachel Stedman
"Number Once Blind," Veruca Salt originally "Number One Blind"
Don't number the blind more than once!
Karen Smith
"Number One Sport," Ludacris originally "Number One Spot"
Marilyn Westbury
"Number One Spout," Ludacris originally "Number One Spot"
Marilyn Westbury

Entries starting with N are split into multiple pages: 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8


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