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Music Performer Pseudonyms:

Also known as: Morna Anne Murray. Submitted by: Evan L. Heller

Weird Names of Music Performer's Children:

  • Dawn - Submitted by: Eric Andrews

Former Career:

New Career
Comments & Submitter Name
"Anne Murray""Physical Education Teacher" - Adrienne Ramseur

Song Titles Not Used as Lyrics:

Song Name
Comments & Submitter Name
"Christmas Wishes""If I Had My Way This Christmas" is the opening line, and hence a potential alternate "title". The lyrics do mention Christmas, as in the opening line, and also wishes. She enumerates three wishes in the lyrics, saying "My first wish" and "My third wish" at points, but never the phrase "Christmas Wishes". - Ava Murphy
"Danny's Song"Written by Kenny Loggins, Anne's version was a bigger hit. Sadly, Danny only appears in the title. The most well known section is probably: "And even though we ain't got money
I'm so in love with ya honey
Everything bring a chain of lo-o-o-o-ve" - Bob Borst

New Song Names:

Original Song Name
New Song Name
Submitter Name
"Coven Tree Carol""Coventry Carol"Margo Gram
"A Little Good Booze""A Little Good News"Trevor Overt
"Lift Your Livers To The Moon""Lift Your Hearts To The Sun"Adlai Alda
"You Needed Teeth""You Needed Me"Country

Literally Impossible Song Titles:

Submitter Name
"Lift Your Heart To The Sun,"Hearts can't be lifted that far.Yvette Bristle
"Broken Hearted Me,"One with a heart literally broken can't sing.Mercedes Morgan
"Another Sleepless Night,"Nights neither sleep nor stay awake.Erika Clarkson

Use a Song Title to Answer a Different Song:

Song & Band Name
Song & Band Name
"I Can't See Texas From Here," George Strait"I Can See Arkansas," Anne Murray
"I Need You," America"You Needed Me," Anne Murray
"Just What I Needed," The Cars"You Needed Me," Anne Murray
"Who's That Lady?," The Isley Brothers"Just Another Woman In Love," Anne Murray
There are additional songs titles that answer other songs available.

Remove a Letter From a Song Title:

"End A Little Love My Way" originally "Send A Little Love My Way"
Yvette Bristle
"Sing High - Sin Low" originally "Sing High - Sing Low"
Candy Welty
"Sin High - Sing Low" originally "Sing High - Sing Low"
Candy Welty
"Could I Have His Dance?" originally "Could I Have This Dance?"
Candy Welty
"Lift Your Heat To The Sun" originally "Lift Your Heart To The Sun"
Yvette Bristle

There are additional song titles with a letter removed available.

Add a Letter to a Song Title:

"Send A Little Lover My Way" originally "Send A Little Love My Way"
Yvette Bristle
"Send A Little Clove My Way" originally "Send A Little Love My Way"
Yvette Bristle
"Send A Little Glove My Way" originally "Send A Little Love My Way"
Yvette Bristle
"Sing High - Sting Low" originally "Sing High - Sing Low"
Candy Welty
"Sting High - Sing Low" originally "Sing High - Sing Low"
Candy Welty

There are additional song titles with a letter added available.

Change a Letter:

"Wend A Little Love My Way" originally "Send A Little Love My Way"
Karen Smith
"Send A Little Cove My Way" originally "Send A Little Love My Way"
Hard to send a cove!
Karen Smith
"Send A Little Move My Way" originally "Send A Little Love My Way"
Karen Smith
"I Must Fall In Love Again" originally "I Just Fall In Love Again"
"I Just Fell In Love Again" originally "I Just Fall In Love Again"
Title changes from present to past tense!

There are additional song titles with a letter changed available.

Song Parody Lyrics:

Original Song Name
Parody Song Name
Parody Author
"Teddy Bear's Picnic""Covid Spread Picnic"Rick Duncan
"Put Your Hand In The Hand""Lent My Hand To The Man"J3 (Jocular Jongleur Jacquot)
"Could I Have This Dance""Can I Have My Pants?"Old Man Ribber
"You Needed Me""You Knee-did Me"Airfarcewon
"You Needed Me""You Kneaded Me"Airfarcewon
"You Needed Me""You Kneeded Me"Airfarcewon
"You Needed Me""You Seeded Me"Merry & Pippin
"Nevertheless""Never Confess"Barry J. Mitchel
"I Can See Clearly, Now""I Can See Clear Lee, Now"Airfarcewon

There are additional song parodies available.

Bad Choices for On Hold Music:

Song Name
Another Sleepless NightSleep Disorders ClinicAlison Runyon

Songs for Duets, That Haven't Been Done Yet:

First Band/Song Name
Second Band/Song Name
New Song Name
Lonesome Highway (To the End of the Rainbow)
   Wild Rose
Wrong End of the Rainbow
   Anne Murray
Lonesome Highway (To the Wrong End of the Rainbow)
William Ransom
Remember When
   Alan Jackson
You Needed Me
   Anne Murray
Remember When You Needed Me
Dancing In The Moonlight
   King Harvest
Shadows In The Moonlight
   Anne Murray
Dancing In The Shadows In The Moonlight
different way to combine these titles
Britney Spears into pruning hooks
Feels Like The First Time
You Needed Me
   Anne Murray
Feels Like The First Time You Needed Me
There are additional duets that haven't been done yet available.

If Groups Combined, Their Names Might Be:

Anne Murray Head
Anne Murray combined with Murray Head
Submitted By: Candy Welty
Murray Slaughter
Anne Murray combined with Slaughter
A new band named for the character played by Gavin McLeod on "The Mary Tyler Moore Show".
Submitted By: KooKooDee

Misheard Lyrics:

"Love Song"
Misheard Lyrics:
Flight so high and sins so good
Original Lyrics:
Flies so good and sings so good
"I Just Fall in Love Again"
Misheard Lyrics:
My dick, it must be my dick
Original Lyrics:
Magic, it must be magic
"A Love Song"
Misheard Lyrics:
There’s a wrench in a little wood
Original Lyrics:
There’s a wren in a willow wood
"Blessed are the Believers"
Misheard Lyrics:
A cheer in my eye
Original Lyrics:
A tear in my eye
There are additional misheard lyrics available.

Misheard Lyrics Stories:

Misheard Lyrics:
Beneath the snowy metal, gold and green
The unmown grass lies waiting for its gold to turn to green
Original Lyrics:
Beneath this snowy mantle cold and clean
The unborn grass lies waiting for its coat to turn to green.

Story about this misheard lyric by: mamabear

I used to sing this song with friends in high school, and somehow they either never noticed that I'd sneaked a John Deere tractor into it, or maybe they thought I had it right--who would know? Back when we all listened to tinny transistor radios, often with half-dead batteries, it's a wonder we ever heard any lyrics right.

There are additional misheard stories available.

Song Parody Fragments:

"You Needed Me"
Better Lyrics:
You gave me yeast
So I could rise again
To fold me up
And press me out again
You stretched me out upon a countertop
So much that I have formed a true consistency
You kneeded me
You kneeded me
Original Lyrics:
You gave me strength
To stand alone again
To face the world
Out on my own again
You put me high upon a pedestal
So high that I could almost see eternity
You needed me
You needed me
Submitted by: Larry B

Funniest Song Lyrics:

"I'll Be Home For Christmas"
The Funny Lyrics:
I'm dreaming tonight of a place I love
Even more than I usually do.
Why They're Funny:
It is hard to find an artist or group that has done a Christmas album but not recorded this overdone song. But not all who record it include introductory lines that include those cited above. So I cite Anne Murray as the artist because she is one that I'm immediately aware of who definitely DOES include those introductory lines. "Funny" can have various meanings, including a meaning of having something amiss, without exactly being dead-on humorous. So that makes "funny lyrics" the best page that amiright currently has for ambiguous lyrics. These lyrics are entirely ambiguous because -- What is the singer doing more than usual? Dreaming of the place in question, or loving the place in question? No answer can be determined from these lyrics alone. They are utterly ambiguous in that regard.
Submitted by: Adrienne Ramseur
"Now And Forever (You And Me)"
The Funny Lyrics:
I never knew how it felt to lose my control.
Why They're Funny:
Gee, this cracks me up every time I hear it. It never fails to make me think of the kind of 'lose my control' that she might mean if she got a wicked case of diarrhea. I can't help laughing; I just find diarrhea so hilarious! Folks have thought me cruel for laughing at diarrhea when others got it. But maybe they would understand differently if they knew that I laugh at my own diarrhea as well! Anyhow, I thought I'd post this funny lyrics story while I'm indoors and at the computer because some boob told me that it was raining outside. Thank you!
Submitted by: Karen Smith

Nonsensical Song Lyrics:

"You Needed Me"
The Nonsensical Lyrics:
You held my hand when it was cold.
Why They're Nonsensical:
This statement is ambiguous, and therefore without clear meaning. That is because pronouns normally take antecedents, but the pronoun "it" does not necessarily take any antecedent when referring to weather. One can say, for example, "it is cold", it is windy", "it is sunny", "it is snowing", etc., and "it", without any antecedent, is understood to refer to weather, generally. But occasionally ambiguity is possible when there is a reference that is a possible antecedent for "it". In the line above, "my hand" is a possible antecedent, so the ambiguity is as to whether "it was cold" refers to the singer's hand or to the weather. And nothing about the sentence structure itself can resolve that ambiguity.
Submitted by: Carmen Stokes
"I Just Fall In Love Again"
The Nonsensical Lyrics:
Heaven is that moment when I look into your eyes.
Why They're Nonsensical:
A lovely song generally, but Heaven is not a moment.
Submitted by: Valerie Cameron
There are additional nonsensical lyrics available.

Inappropriate Song Lyrics:

"You Needed Me"
The Inappropriate Lyrics:
I sold my soul, you bought it back for me
And held me up and gave me dignity
Somehow you needed me
Why They're Inappropriate:
'You needed me'? More like I needed you. And 'sold my soul' where? This just seems like a cheesy song about a unhealthy relationship. I have awful flashbacks when I see that Anne Murray's Greatest Hits commerical on tv.
Submitted by: Sherri

Song Lyrics That Name Check Celebrities:

"A Little Good News"
The Lyrics:
I woke up this morning, the kids had the morning news show on,
Bryant Gumbel was talking 'bout the fighting in Lebanon.
Who They Mention:
Bryant Gumbel
Submitted by: Donna Gelpigi

Songs That Open With Their Titles:

"What About Me"
Opening Lines:
Hey, hey, hey, what about me? I've got some feelings on my mind too.
Submitted by: Candy Welty
"Shadows In The Moonlight"
Opening Lines:
We'll be shadows in the moonlight, darlin', I'll meet you at midnight
Submitted by: Candy Welty
There are additional spelling lyrics available.

Song Title Space Change:

"Snow Bird" originally "Snowbird"
Submitted by: Yvette Bristle

Bad Grammar in Song Lyrics:

"A Love Song"
The Lyrics:
There's a wren in a willow wood.
Flies so high and sings so good.
In this generally delightful warm fuzzy song with its subtly soft eroticisms compatible with the nice-Nellyism of singer Anne Murray, the word "good" is misued as an adverb, apparently in order to make a rhyme. "Good" is, properly used, an adjective. The correct adverb would be "well". It would seem hard to correct the grammar and still make a rhyme. I don't know how common willow woods, as opposed to other types of habitats, are in Anne's native Nova Scotia. I have greater experience in the southeren Appalachian mountains, where various shrubs of the heath family, including rhododendrons, azaleas, mountain laurel, blueberries, and dog-hobble, form dense thickets, very hard to penetrate. Although the heath family is not at all closely related to the mainly old world laurel family, most if not all of those members of the former have been collectively dubbed "laurels" because of a superficial resemblance. Early settlers, wanting to travel through the Appalachian area, dubbed those dense thickets "laurel hells" because of the formidable barrier that they presented to passage through, and the name somewhat sticks to this day. That gave me an idea how both rhyme and grammar might be preserved, had the song's setting been the southern Appalachians, at least. It could have been "There's a wren in a laurel hell. / Flies so high and sings so well." But that has qualities that could detract from the song's romance. Incidentally, I'm not sure of the aptness in any event of referring to a wren as flying so high. Perhaps wrens are entirely capable of flying high. But all kinds of wrens that I have any knowledge of have habits that keep them fairly close to the ground much of the time. They like to frequent undergrowth and tangles of fallen wood.
Submitted by: Valerie Cameron

Band Name Anagrams:

Yam Near Urn Submitted by: Candy Welty
A Nun May Err Submitted by: Candy Welty
May Earn Urn Submitted by: Candy Welty
Nary A Rumen Submitted by: Candy Welty
My Urn Arena Submitted by: Candy Welty

There are additional Band Name Anagrams available.

Song Title Anagrams:

"Air Can See Kansas" originally "I Can See Arkansas"
Bizarre air, that has vision
Submitted by: Natalie Lundgren
"Waste Good Lentil" originally "A Little Good News"
Submitted by: Claire Grayson
"Good News Title, Al" originally "A Little Good News"
Submitted by: Claire Grayson
"Dog Won Satellite" originally "A Little Good News"
Submitted by: Claire Grayson
"Loosen Delta Twig" originally "A Little Good News"
Submitted by: Claire Grayson

There are additional Song Title Anagrams available.

Real Places Mentioned in Songs:

"A Little Good News"
The Lyrics:
Nobody was assassinated in the whole Third World today.
And in the streets of Ireland, all the children had to do was play.
And everybody loves everybody in the good old USA.
We sure could use a little good news today.
Refers to the island of Ireland, which is divided up between the Republic of Ireland and Northern Ireland, a part of the United Kingdom. The wish stated herein no doubt alludes to the fighting that has plagued Northern Ireland, so that's where the reference applies within the island of Ireland. Then refers to the United States of America. Also there's a reference to "the Third World", a place of sorts, even if a vaguely defined one. Originally it seems the term referred to countries aligned with neither "the West" nor the "communist block". But it has morphed into a more socioeconomic term than a political one, denoting parts of the world whose economic conditions and quality of life are way below the standards that more prosperous countries enjoy.
Submitted by: Penelope Beckinsale
"A Little Good News"
The Lyrics:
I rolled out this morning.
The kids had the mornin' news show on.
Bryant Gumbel was talkin' 'bout the fighting in Lebanon.
Refers to the country of Lebanon.
Submitted by: Penelope Beckinsale

Song Title Spoonerisms:

"Mime, Don't Run Out On Tea" originally "Time, Don't Run Out On Me"
Submitted by: Evil Olive
"This Season Will Never Row Gold" originally "This Season Will Never Grow Old"
Gold would be a heavy cargo for a rowboat!
Submitted by: Ned MacCamden
"Nay, Little Good Ooze" originally "A Little Good News"
Submitted by: Trevor Overt
"Bless Ill Rev." originally "Silver Bells"
Submitted by: Donna Rand Blitzen

Upbeat Songs With Depressing Lyrics:

The Lyrics:
But now I feel such emptiness inside
For the thing that I want most in life's the thing that I can't win
The song seems to be about a happy little snowbird until you realize it is about the devastating realization she can't have the man she loves.
Submitted by: Amy Lamborn
The Lyrics:
Spread your tiny wings and fly away
It is a lovely sweet song, very "upbeat," but the message is about lost love
Submitted by: Amy Lamborn

Names as a Word Bank:

My mummy army murmur, "Emu man Ray may marry my merry rumrunner, Amy". Submitted by: Jessica Childress

Lyrics Spoonerisms:

The Lyrics:
So spread your tiny wings and fly away....
So tread your spiny wings and fly away....
Submitted by: Margo Gram
There are additional Lyrics Spoonerisms available.

Band Name Spoonerisms:

Man Array originally "Anne Murray"
Submitted by: Peter

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