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.
Comments & Submittor Name
|I Am Empire||Saints & Sinners||Instead of the title, what's actually sung is "How can you be/A saint when you're a sinner" - Jonathan S.|
|Ill Nino||What Comes Around||"Everything that is real comes around" might be close enough. - Danny Hates Dubstep|
|Inspector Owl||Clever Girl||The most prominent lyrics are "And you don't know why," and "You know you're not enough." - Jonathan S.|
|Interpol||Evil||Sandy, why can't we look the other way? - Brian Kelly|
|INXS||The Loved One||"The Loved One" was originally done by the Australian rock band called The Loved Ones. Neither The Loved Ones nor INXS mentioned the song title. - Mickey D.|
|INXS||Viking Juice||Maybe we came to the wrong show I've seen this before, it's called the End of Rock & Roll. - Mickey D.|
|INXS||Freedom Deep||Freedom take me deeper, freedom take me deeper - Mickey D.|
|INXS||Soul Mistake||She says this was a lesson in love, she says this was a love to end all loves, this soul never listens to me, this soul has a lot to learn. - Mickey D.|
|INXS||Three Sisters||I've gotten so emotional...(faintly heard at the end of the song by the late Hutch-meister) - Mickey D.|
|INXS||Big Go Go||Watch the world go-go, it'll spin 'til it stops, people gonna fly off, when they turn it off. - Mickey D.|
|INXS||Questions||How do you know when it's time for you to go? How can you stop when you don't know how to start? etc. - Mickey D.|
|INXS||Johnson's Aeroplane||A place to work and grow, a place to work and grow - Mickey D.|
|Irish Rovers||The Unicorn||"But you're never gonna see no unicorn". - Rich Connelly|
|Iron Maiden||Dance of Death||'Dance of the dead' is said once. 'Dance of death' is said 0 times. - Evan|
|Iron Maiden||The Prisoner||The word "prisoner" is mentioned several times throughout the song. However, even though the word "prisoner" is preceded by "the" in the title, in the song it is preceded by "a." - Isac|
|Iron Maiden||Flight Of Icarus||The song is inspired by Greek mythology about the ill-fated flight of Icarus. But the song's title is not in the lyrics. - Hardrock Harry|
|Iyaz||Replay||Shawty like a melody - Kween_Kol!n|
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