Non-American Heavy Metal groups with classic American novels as song titles

Moby Dick – Led Zeppelin

Tom Sawyer – Rush

New wave groups with classic American novels as song titles

The Sound & the Fury – Zeitgeist

Repetition, rhyming, alliterativeness, and "palindromitiveness" in Abba titles

Knowing Me, Knowing You

Gimme! Gimme! Gimme!

I Do, I Do, I Do, I Do, I Do

Ring Ring

Money, Money, Money

Voulez Vous

Super Trouper

Mamma Mia



Different (and all good) songs with the title "Let the Good Times Roll"


Phoebe Snow

Shirley & Lee

Dr. John (album: Gumbo)

Louis Jordan, Ray Charles

Sam Cooke/Aretha Franklin

Buck Owens (album: Live in Las Vegas)

Two early Elvis song titles with a similar structure

You're Right, I'm Left, She's Gone

I Want You, I Need You, I Love You

Cryptic Soul Song Titles

New Entry

I'll Kill a Brick about My Man, Hot Sauce

Older Entries

One Monkey Don't Stop No Show – Honeycone

Written by Joe Tex

One Chain Don't Make No Prison – Four Tops

Portmanteau Songs

In which the song title is an internally referenced song (portmanteau probably doesn't mean this)

New Entry

Oh Yeah, Roxy Music – “they're playin' Oh Yeah on the radio”

Earlier Entries

Tennessee Waltz, Patti Page

Kentucky Waltz, Bill Monroe

Truck Drivin' Man, George Hamilton IV

Two songs called ...

Misty Blue – Dorothy Moore

Midnight Blue – Melissa Manchester

"Foxey Lady" should be called "Foxey Ladey"

Neil Young's shared song titles

Goin' Back – Byrds

Peace of Mind – Loggins and Messina

Tell Me Why – Beau Brummels

Tonight's the Night – Rod Stewart

Different songs, same title

Our Town – Iris Dement

Our Town – Marshall Crenshaw

Games People Play – Joe South

Games People Play – Spinners

Three songs on Blur's Leisure album that share titles with Beatles songs

Come Together


Slow Down (sort of)

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