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If you have one song that asks a question or makes a statement, come up with a different song that answers/responds to that question

For example: Shakira's "Whenever, Whenever" would be the response to Jesus Jones' "Right Here, Right Now"

The 20 most recent entries are listed below. There are 21904 Song Titles to Answer a Different Song entries on the site.

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Latest Entries

Song & Band Name
Response Song & Band Name
Comments & Submittor Name
"Should I Stay Or Should I Go?," The Clash "Why Go?," Pearl Jam Brian Kelly
"Rumors," Timex Social Club "Lies," Thompson Twins Usually - Brian Kelly
"Rock This Town," The Stray Cats "Earthquake," Lil Wayne Brian Kelly
"Question," The Moody Blues "Don't Ask Me," OK Go Brian Kelly
"You Might Think," The Cars "Maybe I Don't," Missile Society Wendy Torrance
"Rock And Roll Band," Boston "R.E.M.," Ariana Grande Jennifer
"Bye Bye," Jo Dee Messina "My Give A Damn's Busted," Jo Dee Messina She answered herself a few years later. - Edward
"Who Let The Dogs Out?," Baha Men "Nobody," Sylvia Edward
"She Won't Be Lonely Long," Clay Walker "Long Way From Lonely," John Schneider Edward
"For What You Believe (Stand Up)," In Dying Arms "Stand," VeggieTales Hunter Sullivan
"Remember Me," Eminem "Who Are You?," The Who Brian Kelly
"Ready To Fly," Richard Marx "Take Off," Bob and Doug McKenzie Brian Kelly
"Problem," Ariana Grande "It's the End of the World As We Know It," R.E.M. Brian Kelly
"If These Walls Could Speak," Amy Grant "Hello Walls," Faron Young Wendy Torrance
"Weapon Of Choice," Fatboy Slim "Saturday Night Special," Lynyrd Skynyrd  Opie M.
"Weapon Of Choice," Fatboy Slim "Poison Arrow," ABC Edward
"When Will I See You Again?," The Three Degrees "One Of These Nights," Eagles Yeah that really narrows it down. - Edward
"Share The Land," The Guess Who "I Won't Share You," The Smiths Edward
"Nag," The Halos "You Talk Too Much," Joe Jones Reggie Pillbox
"Nag," The Halos "Don't Bother Me," The Beatles Nag as a verb means to pester. - Frank

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