Songs which have words that are spelt out, instead of just pronounced. Abbreviations like the YMCA don't count, because that's how you say the YMCA.
Comments & Submittor Name
|Nat King Cole||L-O-V-E||L-O-V-E||L is for the way you look at me O is for the only one I see V is very, very extraordinary E is even more than anyone that you adore can - Peter|
|Natasha Bedingfield||Angel||Angel||A-N-G-E-L, A-N-G-E-L (right at beginning) - Taylor|
|National Anthems||Het Wilhemus||Wilem van Nassov (Origial version) Willem van Nazzov (Compemorary version)||This song is what is called an acrostic, this name is spelt out by the the intitials of the fifteen stanzas. It is rather neet because the acronomy bears a cositant realtion to pronunciation, the phrase is spelt out how it is pronounced and none of the lines begin with a silent letter. There is also an Angophone version, spelling out William of Nassau, while still none of the lines begin with a siltent letter, the acromomy is clearly based too much based on spelling, the ninth stanza stars with f rather than v despite the fact the the consonant in 'of' (I mean, how it is pronounced, not how it is spellt) is really a 'v' rather than 'f'. - Feurzeug|
|Neil Diamond||Forgotten||F-O-R-GO-T-T-E-N||Don't wanna be F-O-R-GO-T-T-E-N - Kathy|
|New Kids On The Block||Games||DONINIE WAHLBERG||Donnie was quite self-absorbed back in the day but we New Kids fans still love the big lug. - Celeste|
|Nicola Roberts||Beat of My Drum||Love||- Silvio Tobias|
|No Doubt||Staring problem||Staring||S-T-A-R-I-N-G, I can't stop staring - Kiran|
|Noah and the Whale||L.I.F.E.G.O.E.S.O.N.||L-I-F-E-G-O-E-S-O-N||"L.I.F.E.G.O.E.S.O.N., you've got more than money and sense, my friend, you've got heart and you go in your own way" - Dave|
|The Notorious B.I.G.||Going Back To Cali||big, biggie, notorious||Spell my name right, B-I, Double-G, I-E [and then later in the song] It's the N-O, T-O, R-I, O-U-S [and still later] People start to flash 818's, 213's, 313's, B-I-G - Candy Welty|
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