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New Band Names:

New Name
Why It's Better
Submitter Name
UpThe opposite!Cassandra

Remove a Letter From a Song Title:

"Stained Lass Cross" originally "Stained Glass Cross"
Marcia Todd
"Hosts Along The Mississippi" originally "Ghosts Along The Mississippi"
Marcia Todd

Change a Letter:

"Stained Class Cross" originally "Stained Glass Cross"
Anita Grade
"Stained Grass Cross" originally "Stained Glass Cross"
Tracy Frummond

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

First Band/Song Name
Second Band/Song Name
New Song Name
Submittor
Stained Glass Cross
   Down
Bodies
   Drowning Pool
Stained Glass Bodies
TRENDKILL6024

If Groups Combined, Their Names Might Be:

Crazy Downtown
Crazy Town combined with Down
Submitted By: Logan

Misheard Lyrics:

"Ghosts Along the Mississippi"
Misheard Lyrics:
With them and I combined, I'm pee-ing on the air
It's been done before.
Original Lyrics:
With them and I combined, I'll beat an early end
It's been done before

Song Title Space Change:

"Stain Ed Glass Cross" originally "Stained Glass Cross"
"Glass" can be someone's last name.
Submitted by: Natalie Snortman

Bad Grammar in Song Lyrics:

"Ghosts Along the Mississippi"
The Lyrics:
With them and I combined I'll beat an early end.
Why:
Gad! "them and I"? That is one agrammatical construction that I don't think I've ever encountered before! The phrase is used as a compound object of the preposition "with". That calls for the two pronouns connedted by "and" to be of the same case. But "them" is objective case while "I' is nominative case. In English, objective case is always called for in objects of prepositions, So it should be "With them and me", NOT "With them and I".
Submitted by: Linda Radnil
 

Song Title Anagrams:

"Satan Rigs Less Docs" originally "Stained Glass Cross"
Well, maybe that's good to know!?!
Submitted by: Anita Grade
"Satan Rigs Less Cods" originally "Stained Glass Cross"
Well, maybe that's good to know?!?
Submitted by: Anita Grade
"Sated Lass Crossing" originally "Stained Glass Cross"
Crossing what?
Submitted by: Anita Grade
"Glass Crossed Satin" originally "Stained Glass Cross"
Maybe, in some situation
Submitted by: Anita Grade
"Satin Crossed Glass" originally "Stained Glass Cross"
Maybe, in some situation
Submitted by: Anita Grade

There are additional Down Song Title Anagrams available.

Song Title Spoonerisms:

"Stained Crass Gloss" originally "Stained Glass Cross"
Submitted by: Tracy Frummond

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