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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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Entries Beginning with W, Page 9

Entries starting with W are split into multiple pages: 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9

"The World Loves Us And Is Our Itch," McLusky originally "The World Loves Us And Is Our Bitch"
Lydia Helton
"The World Needs Ore Love Letters," Lashes originally "The World Needs More Love Letters"
Letters about love for ore??
Chelsea Dunn
"The Wold Needs More Love Letters," Lashes originally "The World Needs More Love Letters"
Love letters are just what any chalky hill needs!
Chelsea Dunn
"The Word Needs More Love Letters," Lashes originally "The World Needs More Love Letters"
Chelsea Dunn
"Word Of Fantasy," The Five Stairsteps originally "World Of Fantasy"
Candy Welty
"Wold Of Fantasy," The Five Stairsteps originally "World Of Fantasy"
An imaginary chalky hill?
Karen Smith
"Wold Of Forgotten People," Connie Smith originally "World Of Forgotten People"
Wold = a chalky hill
Samantha Wayland
"Word Of Forgotten People," Connie Smith originally "World Of Forgotten People"
Yvette Bristle
"Wold Of Forgotten People," Connie Smith originally "World Of Forgotten People"
Wold = a chalky hill
Wendy Torrance
"Word Of Forgotten People," Connie Smith originally "World Of Forgotten People"
Wendy Torrance
"A Word Of Our Own," The Seekers originally "A World Of Our Own"
Rhonda Blankenship
"A Wold Of Our Own," The Seekers originally "A World Of Our Own"
Wold = a chalky hill
Wendy Torrance
"World Of Tone," Blackmore's Night originally "World Of Stone"
Yvette Bristle
"Word Of Stone," Blackmore's Night originally "World Of Stone"
Yvette Bristle
"Wold On Fire," Sarah McLachlan originally "World On Fire"
Wold, as in chalk hill
Wendy Torrance
"Word On Fire," Sarah McLachlan originally "World On Fire"
Can a word be combustible?
Wendy Torrance
"The Word Outside," The Four Coins originally "The World Outside"
Candy Welty
"World Sum," Soulfly originally "World Scum"
Doug Wells
"Word Scum," Soulfly originally "World Scum"
Doug Wells
"A Word So Cold," Mudvayne originally "A World So Cold"
Amanda Svenson
"World So Old," Three Days Grace originally "World So Cold"
Peter
"A World So Old," Mudvayne originally "A World So Cold"
Amanda Svenson
"World So Cod," Three Days Grace originally "World So Cold"
The world is kind of fishy smelling.
Peter
"Word So Cold," Three Days Grace originally "World So Cold"
Peter
"World Own," M.I.A. originally "World Town"
Own what?
Peter
"Word Town," M.I.A. originally "World Town"
Vanna White's kind of town?
Peter
"World Ton," M.I.A. originally "World Town"
I think it weighs A LOT more than that.
Peter
"World Tow," M.I.A. originally "World Town"
What Atlas did?
Peter
"World Tuning," Fleetwood Mac originally "World Turning"
That'd be one gigantic orchestra. -:)
Peter
"Word Turning," Fleetwood Mac originally "World Turning"
An ode to Vanna White, perhaps?
Peter
"Word Upon Your Shoulders," Silverchair originally "World Upon Your Shoulders"
Millie Henry
"Wold Upon Your Shoulders," Silverchair originally "World Upon Your Shoulders"
Wold = a chalk hill -- quite a burden
Millie Henry
"World Upon Our Shoulders," Silverchair originally "World Upon Your Shoulders"
Millie Henry
"The Wold Waits For You," Fastway originally "The World Waits For You"
Yvette Bristle
"The World Waits Or You," Fastway originally "The World Waits For You"
Yvette Bristle
"The Word Waits For You," Fastway originally "The World Waits For You"
Yvette Bristle
"The Word We Knew (Over And Over)," Frank Sinatra originally "The World We Knew (Over And Over)"
Serafina
"A World Without Feces," Cast of 'Lady And The Tramp II' originally "A World Without Fences"
Wendy Torrance
"A Word Without Love," Peter And Gordon originally "A World Without Love"
Candy Welty
"A Word Without Love," Peter and Gordon originally "A World Without Love"
Alicia Sturdivant
"The Word's Going Down On Me," Alan Price originally "The World's Going Down On Me"
Clara Suzette Bartilson
"Worn Out And Tied," Steppenwolf originally "Worn Out And Tired"
Being tied up probably would be wearing.
Peter
"Worried Ma," Paolo Nutini originally "Worried Man"
Lois Teem
"The Worryin' Kid," Tommy Sands originally "The Worryin' Kind"
Candy Welty
"The Worryin' Kin," Tommy Sands originally "The Worryin' Kind"
Candy Welty
"Worryin' Hoes," Quicksilver Messenger Service originally "Worryin' Shoes"
Garden tools could worry as much as footwear could
Amber Penn
"Worst Day Eve," Simple Plan originally "Worst Day Ever"
As in eve of the worst day
Samantha Wayland
"Wort Nightmare," Cheap Sex originally "Worst Nightmare"
Wort=old word for plant, still in certain plant names
Cassandra Lund
"The Worst Hat Could Happen," Brooklyn Bridge originally "The Worst That Could Happen"
Regina Olsen
"The Wort That Could Happen," Brooklyn Bridge originally "The Worst That Could Happen"
...if you plant a certain seed (wort=type of herb)
Wendy Torrance
"Worth The Pin," Disciple originally "Worth The Pain"
Shelley Potts
"Worth The Pan," Disciple originally "Worth The Pain"
Shelley Potts
"Would Jess Wear A Rolex," Ray Stevens originally "Would Jesus Wear A Rolex"
Candy Welty
"Would You Catch A Falling Tar," John Anderson originally "Would You Catch A Falling Star"
Duncan Moore
"Wouldn't It Be Goo?," Nik Kershaw originally "Wouldn't It Be Good?"
Dude
"Wouldn't I Be Good?," Nik Kershaw originally "Wouldn't It Be Good?"
Karen Smith
"Wouldn't It Be God?," Nik Kershaw originally "Wouldn't It Be Good?"
Karen Smith
"Wouldn't It Be Ice," Beach Boys originally "Wouldn't It Be Nice"
FussBudget
"Wouldn't I Be Nice?," The Beach Boys originally "Wouldn't It Be Nice?"
Joe Siebert
"Wrack My Bran," Ringo Starr originally "Wrack My Brain"
Cynthia Avery
"Wrack My Rain," Ringo Starr originally "Wrack My Brain"
Cynthia Avery
"Wrap Our Arms Around Me," Barenaked Ladies originally "Wrap Your Arms Around Me"
Amber Wayland
"Wreck His Heart," Bob Seger originally "Wreck This Heart"
Why it was good that Seger wasn't a heart surgeon.
Peter
"Wreck This Heat," Bob Seger originally "Wreck This Heart"
Peter
"Writing The Book Of Last Ages," Let's Active originally "Writing The Book Of Last Pages"
Yvette Bristle
"Written In The Tars," Elton John and LeAnn Rimes originally "Written In The Stars"
Millie Henry
"Wong Way," Sublime originally "Wrong Way"
Named after someone named Wong?
Peter
"Wuthering Eights," Kate Bush originally "Wuthering Heights"
Doug Wells

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