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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 13178 Remove a Letter From a Song Title entries on the site.

"Pace Is Flowing Like A River," Carey Landry originally "Peace Is Flowing Like A River"
Sylvia Curruca
"Our Power," Billie Eilish originally "Your Power"
JohnHowarth
"Keeper of the Caste," Four Tops originally "Keeper of the Castle"
Not the Same Bob
"Ear John," Teach-In originally "Dear John"
Alexis Whitworth
"Before The Wort," The Script originally "Before The Worst"
Wort = archaic word for some kinds of plants
Francesca Burleson
"Moonlight Ambler," Frankie Laine originally "Moonlight Gambler"
Ruby Gillespie
"Sole," Kelly Rowland originally "Stole"
Julia Stiles
"Tim Is Running Out," Muse originally "Time Is Running Out"
Changes the meaning of the word run.
Dongquan
"Hose On Fire," Mimi Webb originally "House On Fire"
Rose Cathcart
"House On Fir," Mimi Webb originally "House On Fire"
Rose Cathcart
"House On Ire," Mimi Webb originally "House On Fire"
Rose Cathcart
"Hose on Fire," Mimi Webb originally "House on Fire"
Dongquan
"Who's Got A Math?," Biffy Clyro originally "Who's Got A Match?"
Ruby Gillespie
"Bloodport," Sneaker Pimps originally "Bloodsport"
Ramona Troutman
"Bloodsort," Sneaker Pimps originally "Bloodsport"
Ramona Troutman
"Dad Sea Monkeys," Lemon Demon originally "Dead Sea Monkeys"
Penelope Beckinsale
"Dead Sea Moneys," Lemon Demon originally "Dead Sea Monkeys"
Penelope Beckinsale
"Feel So Good," Chuck Mangione originally "Feels So Good"
Verb form change; NOT singularization
Corinne Auterlehr
"Chap Suit," Jeffrey Foucault originally "Cheap Suit"
Paige Evans
"Every Once In A Wile," BlackHawk originally "Every Once In A While"
Same pronunciation, different meaning.
Faith Spencer

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