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Song Names -> Remove a Letter From a Song Title -> L, Page 8

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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Entries Beginning with L, Page 8

Entries starting with L are split into multiple pages: 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

"Lucky Ma," Emerson, Lake & Palmer originally "Lucky Man"
Peter
"Lucy Man," Emerson, Lake & Palmer originally "Lucky Man"
Would this be an oxymoron in terms of gender?
Peter
"Lucky Umber," Lene Lovich originally "Lucky Number"
Color to accent, should she become an artist
Gretchen Wieners
"Lucy Number," Lene Lovich originally "Lucky Number"
Taylor Dadsen
"The Lucy Ones," Minus The Bear originally "The Lucky Ones"
Edyth Bowen
"Lucky Tar," Madonna originally "Lucky Star"
Maybe "tar" as in "sailor"; or maybe otherwise.
Joanna Whitmire
"Lucy Star," Madonna originally "Lucky Star"
Adreinne Ramseur
"Luke," Great Big Sea originally "Lukey"
Tracy Frummond
short for umpire
Caroline Vale
"Lust For Lie," Iggy Pop originally "Lust For Life"
Reina Olsen
"Lyin' Yes," The Eagles originally "Lyin' Eyes"
The answer should have been no.
Naomi Swanson

Entries starting with L are split into multiple pages: 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8


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