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Take one letter out of a song title to change it's meaning. The removal of the letter should still form a word, and the title should be humorous as a result.

For example: Steve Winwood's "Split Decision" would become "Spit Decision"

Thanks to Philip Eno for the inspiration on this one!

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Latest Entries

The 20 most recent entries are listed below. There are 9554 Remove a Letter From a Song Title entries on the site.

"Space Invades," Arctic Monkeys originally "Space Invaders"
What does it invade?
Rupert Heyburn
"Crack The Cod," 311 originally "Crack The Code"
Louisa Ferncliff
"Lie Is Short," Dana Gillespie originally "Life Is Short"
Rupert Heyburn
"Life Is Shot," Dana Gillespie originally "Life Is Short"
Rupert Heyburn
"Ho's Johnny?," El DeBarge originally "Who's Johnny?"
Louisa Ferncliff
"Send Me Lowers," No Angels originally "Send Me Flowers"
Lower teeth, perhaps?
Jean Goodsprings
"Sweet Noting," Calvin Harris originally "Sweet Nothing"
O how sweet to take note of this or that!
Anita Corning
"Read For The Weekend," Calvin Harris originally "Ready For The Weekend"
A book of nice length to read over the weekend
Anita Corning
"Star Studded Sam," Hello originally "Star Studded Sham"
Anita Corning
"Star Studded Ham," Hello originally "Star Studded Sham"
Anita Corning
"Tar Studded Sham," Hello originally "Star Studded Sham"
Anita Corning
"Pace Invaders," Arctic Monkeys originally "Space Invaders"
Anita Corning
"Naturally Toned," The Avant-Garde originally "Naturally Stoned"
Yvette Bristle
"Stone Love," The Supremes originally "Stoned Love"
Yvette Bristle
"Haven't Slept In Ears," Matthew Good Band originally "Haven't Slept In Years"
Well, who has???
Marion Shelby
"Can You Read Between The Lies?," Michael Burks originally "Can You Read Between The Lines?"
Marion Shelby
"Sprig Again," Biz Markie originally "Spring Again"
Louisa Ferncliff
"Spring Gain," Biz Markie originally "Spring Again"
Louisa Ferncliff
"My Uncle Used To Love Me But He Died," Roger Miller originally "My Uncle Used To Love Me But She Died"
Makes sense, unlike the original.
Yvette Bristle
"Id Charlemagne," Steely Dan originally "Kid Charlemagne"
Karen Smith

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