Songs which feature words made up strictly for the purposes of the song.
Made Up Words
Comments & Submittor Name
|M||Pop Musik||fee-fi-fo-fum, shoobie dooby do wop; shoo wop; eenie meenie mynie||Fee-fi-fo-fum is from "Jack And The Beanstalk". The others are just M's version of scat. - pop|
|Maceo & The Macks||Parrty - Part 1||parrty||And also: Parrty - Part 2 - Loree Dare|
|Makaveli||To Live and Die in LA||katroople, katropple||Uhhhm, how many times platinum is "katroople, katropple platinum?" - Brandon|
|Manfred Mann||Do Wah Diddy Diddy||Do wah diddy diddy dum diddy do||This hasn't been up yet?!! - Mon|
|Martin Taylor||Beboptimism||beboptimism||Song from Martin's 2001 album "Nitelife" - Loree Dare|
|Mason Williams||Baroque-A-Nova||baroque-a-nova||This 1968 instrumental was a hit in the U.S. - Candy Welty|
|Massive Attack||Karmacoma||Karmacoma||In line of chorus: "Karmacoma, jamaica an' roma" - Farlow Maitland|
|Metallica||Damage Inc||Don't f*** with Razorback.||Is that supposed to be like a wrestler or something? - Who Cares Who I Am?|
|Michael Hurley||Sweedeedee||sweedeedee||This song was covered by Cat Power in her 2000 album "The Covers Record". - Yvette Bristle|
|Michael Jackson||Bad||Shamon||Kinda self-explanatory. I'm not really sure how you'd spell it, but whatever. - Chloe|
|Michal||Perfect||unshatter||The lyrics say "I'll break your fall, unshatter glass, and fix the wall you gave to me." It's very hard - if not impossible - to reassemble something that's been shattered. "Unshatter" was made up for this song. - Yvette Bristle|
|Mickey Murray||Shout Bamalama||bamalama||I think "bamalama" sounds good when shouted out loud in this 1967 hit song, even though it is just a made-up word. - Yvette Bristle|
|Midnight Star||Freak-A-Zoid||freak-a-zoid||This song was a hit in 1983. - Yvette Bristle|
|Mika||Grace Kelly||Kerching!||Spoken by Mika at the end of the song. - rock music|
|Mike Doughty||I Hear The Bells||Snost||He uses it as a past tense of the word 'snooze,' so that it rhymes with 'lost.' - Rick O'Shea|
|Mike Doughty||I Hear the Bells||snost||"You snooze you lose; well, I snost and lost". - Beau|
|Miles Davis||Boplicity||boplicity||- Yvette Bristle|
|Ministry||Jesus Built My Hotrod||Ding, dang, ling, ticky, donga, danga||Just some of the words Gibby Haynes uses in singing this with Ministry. Maybe that's why his current band is called Gibby Haynes and His Problem. - Luke Emia|
|Mistah F.A.B.||Don't Know||shaboobalaboopy||Although I do realize that this word did take on a meaning in California, it's still weird! - TheListener|
|Moby||Spiders||uncrush||The lyrics say "Come uncrush my hand" - but that's impossible. "Uncrushed" and "uncrushable" are words, but not "uncrush". - Yvette Bristle|
|Mojo Nixon||Elvis Is Everywhere||Elvis-lution||Part of the lyrics: "Why do you think they call it evolution? It's really Elvis-lution! Elvis-lution!" Mojo is talking about the universe moving toward a perfect state of Elvis-ness, because Elvis is a perfect being (at least for the purposes of this song). - Martha Hankins|
|The Monkees||No Time||hober reeber sabasoben hobaseeba snick seeberraber hobosoben||These words begin the song. Actually, the song begins with the name "Hank Cicalo", who is the recording engineer that worked on the album. - Cara|
|Mother Love Bone||Half Ass Monkeyboy||swellington||"If you want a plate of my beef swellington, baby / You're gonna have to pay the cover charge". Which is clearly different from the original item, beef wellington. - RevengeFromMars YouTube|
|Motion City Soundtrack||L.G.Fuad||Fuad||First of all, I realise the song name is supposed to be an acronym of the words "Let's Get F**ked Up And Die". But the track is actually called "L.G.Fuad", not "L.G.F.U.A.D". So technically there's a made up word right there. Fuad. Fuad. I like it... - Elizabeth|
|Mushroomhead||Bwomp||Bwomp||I doesn't mean anything, it doesn't appear in the song, and they probably came up with it while playing Super Mario 3 while stoned. - Thaddeus Gammelthorpe|
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