Some songs have titles that aren't used in the lyrics, and end up becoming better known for their lyrics than their title. Bob Dylan's "Rainy Day Women #12 & 35" is better known for the refrain "Everybody must get stoned" than it is for the title.
The 20 most recent entries are listed below. There are 1099 Song Titles Not Used as Lyrics entries on the site.
Comments & Submittor Name
|The Muppets (TV)||Pig Calypso||No mention of calypso in the lyrics - JohnHowarth|
|Maggie and the Ferocious Beast (TV)||Hamilton the Ham||Paper flowers bloom in the walls of my room when I sing my song - JohnHowarth|
|Gucci Mane||Letter to Takeoff||Close, but the rapper mentions "Letter to Take", which is never sung as part of the whole title in the song. However, he mentions Takeoff multiple times. - JohnHowarth|
|Sneaker Pimps||Becoming X||The word "becoming" and the letter X are nowhere to be seen in the lyrics. - JohnHowarth|
|Propaganda||Duel||The first cut won't hurt at all / The second only makes you wonder / The third will have you on your knees / You start screaming I start bleeding - JohnHowarth|
|Curve||Fait Accompli||These words are not in the song's lyrics. They do mention "fate". But it's a totally different word from "fait", which is pronounced "fay". - Brit Boxx|
|Kingdom of Giants||Two Suns||There is no mention of the number two in the lyrics, but the sun is mentioned in the lyric "top close to the sun". - JohnHowarth|
|Sneaker Pimps||Tesko Suicide||No mention of Tesco or suicide in the lyrics. The song's title comes from supermarket "Tesco", and the most well known lyric is "Go on girls". - JohnHowarth|
|Hige Driver & halyosy||Hello Windows||No mention of Microsoft Windows in the lyrics. - JohnHowarth|
|Sonic Rush||Get Edgy||No mention of getting edgy in the song. The most well-known lyric is "won't get me" - JohnHowarth|
|Sonic Rush||Jeh Jeh Rocket||No mention of a rocket anywhere in the song. - JohnHowarth|
|Propaganda||Lied||Despite the name, the word "Lied" is nowhere to be seen in the lyrics, since it is a remix of "The Chase". - JohnHowarth|
|Propaganda||P:Machinery||Despite the name, the singer doesn't say the word "machinery" anywhere in the song, but she says "machine" and "machines". And who knows what P stands for in the title? - JohnHowarth|
|Propaganda||Dr. Mabuse||No mention of Dr. Mabuse in the song. - JohnHowarth|
|Propaganda||The Chase||The words "the" and "chase" are never sung together. The most well-known lyrics is "Chasing after passing visions". - JohnHowarth|
|SZA||Kill Bill||Despite the title, there is no mention of Kill Bill anywhere in the song. The most repetitive lyric is "not the best idea". - JohnHowarth|
|Live||Mirror Song||No mention of a mirror in the song. The album's title "Mental Jewelry" is said in the lyrics however. - JohnHowarth|
|Coldplay||Music of the Spheres II||Close, but after someone singing the album's title, all lyrics are spoken backwards messages. - JohnHowarth|
|The Rolling Stones||Rocks Off||The title is suggestive, but it's nowhere in the song. - Rock Maninoff|
|Coldplay||Infinity Sign||Despite the name, there is no mention of an infinity sign in the lyrics. The most well-known lyrics are "ole, ole, ole, ole, ole, ole" and "spiritus sanc" - JohnHowarth|
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