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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.

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Comments & Submittor Name
'Weird Al' Yankovic Truck Drivin' Song An oft repeated line is "I'm drivin' a truck, drivin' a truck." In some lines "big ol' " is inserted before the second occurrence of "truck". But the title "Truck Drivin' Song" never occurs in the lyrics. - Carmen Nunki
...and Oceans I Wish I Was Pregnant I Wish I Was Pregnant is not in the lyrics - weirdkid106
...and Oceans Of Devlish Tongues Of Devlish Tongues is not in the lyrics - weirdkid106
...and Oceans Mechanic Hippie Mechanic Hippie is not in the lyrics - weirdkid106
...and Oceans Acid Sex And Marble Teeth (You-Phoria) Acid Sex And Marble Teeth (You-Phoria) is not in the lyrics - weirdkid106
10 Years 11:00 AM (Daydreamer) One lyrics does mention a "daydreamer's nightmare," but the main title is never used. The chorus: "Brace yourself and give into the moment/ You've got nothing to lose/So what is your excuse?/Save yourself, your dying in slow motion/You got nothing to lose/So what's your excuse?" - Jonathan S.
10,000 Maniacs You Happy Puppet Even though it says "YOU Happy Puppet" in the title, Natalie Merchant says "*A* happy puppet." - Isac
10,000 Maniacs Candy Everybody Wants Although Natalie Merchant repeats 'candy' and the phrase, 'Give 'em what they want' several times during the song, the whole title is nowhere to be seen. - Vivian Advance
10cc Dreadlock Holiday I don't like reggae, I love it - DonaldG
1997 Curse Or Cure Was it worth it now? With your hands in your pockets, you're crying out, "I am nothing without this!" - Katy
3 Doors Down The Road I'm On Chorus states " that's the same road that I'm on." Not anywhere in the song is the title referenced at all. - Jack
4 Non Blondes What's Up? The singer never asks "What's up?" Instead, she asks "What's going on?" - Brian Kelly
5 Seconds of Summer Try Hard They do sing "try" and "hard" in the same phrase, but not together. The line goes "And she makes me feel, makes me feel / Like I try, like I try, like i'm trying too hard again". - Ariana Grande mocha swirl
666 Apocalypse Apocalypse is not in the lyrics - weirdkid106
6ix9ine Gooba Close, but the rapper says "gobble" in the chorus. - JohnHowarth
6ix9ine Gummo Another rap song where the title is nowhere to be seen. - JohnHowarth
6ix9ine Trollz No mention of trolls - JohnHowarth
The 88 At Least It Was Here I can't count the reasons I should stay./One by one, they all just fade away. (Note: Theme song from "Community".) - Brian Kelly

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