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A spoonerism occurs when the first letters or syllables of two or more words get swapped. The term spoonerism is named in honor of the Reverend William Archibald Spooner whose students used to write down all the instances of spoonerisms that he made. This page focuses on spoonerisms in song titles.

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Latest Entries

The 20 most recent entries are listed below. There are 5328 entries in this section.

"Seven In The Back Heat," Romeo's Daughter originally "Heaven In The Back Seat"
Donna Gelpigi
"Girl Tin Rubble," Romeo Void originally "Girl In Trouble"
Alison Runyon
"Would You Make Another Chance on Tea?," Jerry Lee Lewis originally "Would You Take Another Chance on Me?"
Bob
"Rack Fingernails, Bled Wine," Eskimo Joe originally "Black Fingernails, Red Wine"
And you would too if you racked your fingernails!
Sabrina Flowe
"Roe Noots," Alice Merton originally "No Roots"
Jillybean
"Leeza Shady," Tom Jones originally "She's A Lady"
Sylvia Curruca
"Steal It, Phil," Portugal. The Man originally "Feel It Still"
Paula Bland
"Shoe Suede Blues," Elvis Presley originally "Blue Suede Shoes"
Old Man Edgar Winter
"Why Don't Ants?," Fred Astaire originally "I Won't Dance"
Old Man Edgar Winter
"Flynn Scours," The Young Gods originally "Skinflowers"
Andrea Greenleaf
"The Old Engage," Asteroids Galaxy Tour originally "The Golden Age"
Paula Bland
"Wonder The Otter," Merril Bainbridge originally "Under The Water"
Megan Tereon
"Since I Bet You Maybe," Ivory Joe Hunter originally "Since I Met You Baby"
Marge Pegram
"Plunk On A Drain," Dierks Bentley originally "Drunk On A Plane"
Dawn Anwad
"Dawn Rand Quartered," The Korgis originally "Drawn And Quartered"
Ron N. O'Connor
"Moon Span," Soundgarden originally "Spoonman"
A Moon Named Span
Darius Whitehead
"Lar Sheen," Missing Heart originally "Charlene"
Ottsel
"Glows Colored Wrasses," John Conlee originally "Rose Colored Glasses"
Wrasse = a type of fish; some have glowing colors
Sir Ron Norris
"Host In This Gauss," Alison Krauss originally "Ghost In This House"
Gauss = unit of magnetic induction
Dawn Anwad
"Barrel Crown," Flight Of The Conchords originally "Carol Brown"
Nicole Velocin

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