So let’s have some fun with song title themes! Below are some enjoyable lists of songs that have certain types of themes in the titles.
Let's say you want to know the title of and who sang a certain song with a goofy title or silly words (such as Bama Lama Bama Loo, Boogie, Boombastic, Bow Chicka Wow Wow, Da Doo Ron Ron, Do Wah Diddy Diddy, Funkdafied, Honaloochie, Koochy, Ooby Dooby, Pyjamarama, Ramalama, Hoochie Koo, Shoop, Snookeroo, Sussudio, Tutti Frutti, Vibeology, What’chu, Wig Wam Bam and much more) but you really aren't quite sure what the goofy or silly words are. Take a look at the Nonsense Word Song Titles theme page to narrow it down.
Or maybe you want to know about popular songs that list a time of day (such as midnight, afternoon, tonight, morning, 9 pm, 5 o’clock, 4 in the morning, etc.) in the titles. Then go to the Time Of Day Songs theme page and take a look at those songs.
Or perhaps you want to know which songs have animals (such as a dog, cat, bear, wolf, horse), colors (such as blue, red, yellow, green), days (such as Monday, Tuesday, Friday, Saturday), locations (such as Arizona, Africa, Memphis, America, Allentown, California, New York, Kokomo, Milwaukee, wonderland, Texas, Xanadu), names (such as Alice, Amanda, Brother Louie, Cupid, Lady Marmalade, Lucille, Major Tom, Peggy Sue, Rosanna, Sgt. Pepper) or non-English words (adios, amoureuse, deja vu, feliz, loco, que sera sera, sukiyaki) in the titles. You can check out those themes and more here.
Note: Some songs may have a certain theme listed somewhere in the title, but the song itself may not actually have anything to do with the theme. For instance, on the Food Song Titles theme list, the song Candy-O has nothing to do with candy (actually it refers to a female’s name), but since candy is a food (at least somewhat), the song is listed here.
Here are some fun and amusing theme lists of song titles for you to enjoy.
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