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Literally Impossible Song Titles:

Song/Performer
Comment
Submitter Name
"I'm Gonna Wash That Man Right Out Of My Hair,"No man could be there;nor would washing remove himTiffany Llewellyn-Affit

Use a Song Title to Answer a Different Song:

Song & Band Name
Song & Band Name
"Can I Buy You A Drink?," Hoobastank"Bloody Mary," Cast of 'South Pacific'
"There Is Nothing Like A Dame," Cast Of 'South Pacific'"One I Want," Van Halen

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"Here Is Nothing Like A Dame" originally "There Is Nothing Like A Dame"
Candy Welty
"There Is Nothing Like A Dam" originally "There Is Nothing Like A Dame"
Candy Welty

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"There Is Nothing Like A Fame" originally "There Is Nothing Like A Dame"
Regina Olsen
"There Is Nothing Like A Dome" originally "There Is Nothing Like A Dame"
Regina Olsen
"There Is Nothing Like A Dime" originally "There Is Nothing Like A Dame"
Regina Olsen
"Where Is Nothing Like A Dame" originally "There Is Nothing Like A Dame"
Candy Welty
"There Is Nothing Like A Dare" originally "There Is Nothing Like A Dame"
Candy Welty

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Song Parody Lyrics:

Original Song Name
Parody Song Name
Parody Author
"There Is Nothing Like A Dame""We Don't Smoke It No More"Henry Moon

Real Places Mentioned in Songs:

"Twin Soliloquies"
The Lyrics:
We are not alike. Probably I'd bore him. He's a cultured Frenchman. I'm a little hick.
Why:
"Twin Soliloquies" is yet another song from Rodgers & Hammerstein's late-1940's musical, "South Pacific". It is sung jointly by the love struck main characters of younger nurse Nellie and older Frenchman Emile, who falsely assume that neither one would be interested in each other because of their different backgrounds. It doesn't help that there are many prejudices floating around them, which is addressed later in a rather famous song in the musical entitled, "You've Got To Be Carefully Taught" (meaning prejudices aren't in newborns as they will be later in life). In the above verse, Nellie mentions that Emile is a cultured Frenchman (Frenchmen live in the country of France), while Emile is lamenting that Nellie won't be attracted to him due to his age.
Submitted by: Peter
"There Is Nothin' Like A Dame"
The Lyrics:
We get packages from home, We get movies, we get shows, We get speeches from our skipper And advice from Tokyo Rose, We get letters doused with perfume We get dizzy from the smell! What don't we get? You know darn well!
Why:
"There Is Nothin' Like A Dame" is another song from Rodgers & Hammerstein's late- 1940's musical, "South Pacific". It is sung by a chorus of Sailors, Seabees and Marines during World War II. In the tune's second verse, transcribed above, is a shoutout to Tokyo (in Japan) via the Tokyo Rose reference. Tokyo Rose was a real Japanese woman who was a radio personality during World War II. Tokyo Rose's broadcast are remembered for her attempts to get allied servicemen (mainly Americans) to desert by giving them stories about how the women they had left behind were not being faithful.
Submitted by: Peter
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Lyrics Spoonerisms:

"Bloody Mary"
The Lyrics:
Bloody Mary is the girl I love.
Why:
Muddy Blairy is the girl I love.
OR
Muddy Blairy is the earl I glove.
Submitted by: Carmen Mistletoe
 

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