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Moody Blues

Band Name Origins:

  • Around 1962 Ray Thomas and Mike Pinder (2 of the original band members) formed The Krew Cats and spent the next year or so touring in Hamburg before disbanding and forming The Moody Blues 5, shortening it to The M & B 5 when Mitchell and Butlers Breweries agreed to sponsor the band. When this sponsorship did not materialise they changed the name to The Moody Blues in 1964. (Source: Official Moody Blues website Submitted by: SteveDTM

Stupid Band Names:

  • If you are already blue, you won't be moody Submitted by: Rychendroll

Music Performer Nicknames:

Known informally as: Veteran Cosmic Rockers. Submitted by: Todd W. Zimmerman

Known informally as: The Moodies. Submitted by: Cyhunt

Better Off Solo?:

New Career
Comments & Submitter Name
"Denny Laine""Between The Moody Blues and Wings, Denny Laine went solo as well as being in a few failed bands such as 'Balls', 'BLG', and 'Airforce'. " - Paul Warren
"Justin Hayward""Between 1972 and 1978, The Moody Blues were doormant. In 1978, Justin Hayward made a song called 'Forever Autumn'. It's a very nice song. " - Paul Warren

Song Titles Not Used as Lyrics:

Song Name
Comments & Submitter Name
"The Night"Better know as the very familiar chorus: "Nights in White Satin". - Doug N.
"Question"This is a tricky one. The word "questions" appears a least twice, but there is not the singular "question" anywhere. - Frosty The Cat
"Departure"The title has one word and it's not even mentioned once! - Alan of Seville
"Legend of a Mind"The song should be called 'Timothy Leary is Dead' because it focuses more on Timothy Leary. - Paul Warren

New Song Names:

Original Song Name
New Song Name
Submitter Name
"Broke My See-Saw""Ride My See-Saw"Brit Boxx
"The Vision In Your Mouth""The Story In Your Eyes"Regina Haniger
"Suburbs""Cities"Paul Warren
"Fights With Knight Satan""Nights In White Satin"britrock
"I screamed with fright""i dreamed last night"Carrie

There are additional new song names available.

Literally Impossible Song Titles:

Submitter Name
"English Sunset,"What next? American Sunrise!?Chowder
"Blue World,"The world isn't totally blue.Yvette Bristle
"Other Side Of Life,"Life does not have sides.Timothy Burr
"Voices In The Sky,"Not unless it's angels or airplane passengersDiddims

Use a Song Title to Answer a Different Song:

Song & Band Name
Song & Band Name
"Bigger Than The Beatles," Joe Diffie"Your Wildest Dreams," Moody Blues
"I Can Dream About You," Dan Hartman"Your Wildest Dreams," The Moody Blues
"White Christmas," Bing Crosby"December Snow," Moody Blues
"When Did You Stop Loving Me?," George Strait"Tuesday Afternoon," The Moody Blues
There are additional songs titles that answer other songs available.

Remove a Letter From a Song Title:

"For My Lay" originally "For My Lady"
"Lay" can mean a story.
Regina Olsen
"For My Lad" originally "For My Lady"
Candy Welty
"Or My Lady" originally "For My Lady"
Candy Welty
"The Story In Your Yes" originally "The Story In Your Eyes"
Candy Welty
"The Story In Our Eyes" originally "The Story In Your Eyes"
Candy Welty

There are additional song titles with a letter removed available.

Add a Letter to a Song Title:

"Nights In Whiter Satin" originally "Nights In White Satin"
Samantha Wayland
"For May Lady" originally "For My Lady"
Samantha Wayland
"For Amy Lady" originally "For My Lady"
Regina Olsen
"God Now!" originally "Go Now!"
Yvette Bristle
"Ego Now!" originally "Go Now!"
Yvette Bristle

There are additional song titles with a letter added available.

Change a Letter:

"Rode My See-Saw" originally "Ride My See-Saw"
Francine Harper
"Ride By See-Saw" originally "Ride My See-Saw"
Francine Harper
"Never Comes The Ray" originally "Never Comes The Day"
Candy Welty
"Never Comes The Way" originally "Never Comes The Day"
Candy Welty
"Never Comes The Hay" originally "Never Comes The Day"
Candy Welty

There are additional song titles with a letter changed available.


May 12
a parody of "Nights in White Satin" by The Moody Blues
Dramatic Tire Pump solo w/ Manhattan slideshow in the middle.
YouTube: (Video)

Song Parody Lyrics:

Original Song Name
Parody Song Name
Parody Author
"Gypsy""Nipsey"Porfle Popnecker
"The Story In Your Eyes""The Stories In Our Minds"R S Leergaard
"Tuesday Afternoon""Domesday Tax Platoon"John A. Barry
"Nights in White Satin/Late Lament""Knights in White Jerseys/Knight Lament"Callmelennie
"I Know You're Out There Somewhere""25 Parodies Of Christmas: 17. I Know You're Out There, Santa!"Jonathan
"The Bitch Is Back""The Mitch Turned Back"Parody Pair
"Knights In White Satin""‘Knight’ in White Satin"Parody Pair
"Knights in White Satin""Bites at Night Fatten"John A. Barry
"Nights in White Satin""Fights Win Knight Patton"Phred Phlips
"Nights in White Satin (Late Lament)""Thugs in Black Jackboots"Patrick McWilliams

There are additional song parodies available.

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

Song Name
Your Wildest DreamsCircle K convenience storesMickey D.
Go NowDivorce LawyerDieKolkrabe
Nights In White SatinVictoria's SecretGarrison
Nights In White SatinCurtainsMatt Donnelly
Ride My See-SawPlayground EquipmentDave

Bad Choices for On Hold Music:

Song Name
Go NowThe Labour Party HeadquartersKate
Voices In The SkyMental Asylumcostanza
Your Wildest DreamsCenter For NarcolepticsMatt Donnelly
In Your Wildest DreamsDating ServiceFussBudgetVanPelt

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

First Band/Song Name
Second Band/Song Name
New Song Name
Christmas Nights In Blue
   Trans-Siberian Orchestra
Nights In White Satin
   The Moody Blues
Christmas Nights In Blue Satin
Gary Albright
He'll Have To Go
   Jim Reeves
Go Now
   The Moody Blues
He'll Have To Go Now
Old Man Edgar Winter
Saturday Night
   Bay City Rollers
Nights In White Satin
   The Moody Blues
Saturday Nights In White Satin
Slide Off Your Satin Sheets
   Johnny Paycheck
Nights in White Satin
   The Moody Blues
Slide Off Your White Satin Sheets
There are additional duets that haven't been done yet available.

If Groups Combined, Their Names Might Be:

Deep Moody Blue Something
Deep Blue Something combined with The Moody Blues
Submitted By: Martha Hankins
The Ron Moody Blues
Ron Moody combined with The Moody Blues
Submitted By: Raphael
The Amazing Moody Rhythm & Blues Aces
Amazing Rhythm Aces combined with The Moody Blues
Submitted By: Raphael
The Moody Ocean Blue
The Moody Blues combined with The Ocean Blue
Submitted By: Edward

There are additional Moody Blues Combined Groups that haven't been done yet available.

Misheard Lyrics:

Misheard Lyrics:
You won't believe Blue's Clues
Original Lyrics:
You won't believe it's true
"The Voice"
Misheard Lyrics:
Make a promise, take a bow
Original Lyrics:
Make a promise, take a vow
"Your Wildest Dreams"
Misheard Lyrics:
Once upon a time in your walrus dreams
Original Lyrics:
Once upon a time in your wildest dreams
"Your Wildest Dreams"
Misheard Lyrics:
Once upon a time in your childish dreams
Original Lyrics:
Once upon a time in your wildest dreams
There are additional misheard lyrics available.

Misheard Lyrics Stories:

"Your Wildest Dreams"
Misheard Lyrics:
Once we meet the stars
Original Lyrics:
Once beneath the stars

Story about this misheard lyric by: Cody Finke

I kept thinking it had to do with meeting celebrities.

There are additional misheard stories available.

Song Parody Fragments:

"For My Lady"
Better Lyrics:
Oh, I'd give my life so lightly
For my gentle Steven Give it freely And completely To my Steven
Original Lyrics:
Oh, I'd give my life so lightly
For my gentle lady Give it freely And completely To my lady
Submitted by: Navi

Funniest Song Lyrics:

"Under Moonshine"
The Funny Lyrics:
That's where I've been, under moonshine
Why They're Funny:
This lyric really makes me laugh! I mean, well, yeah! I can't really explain the funniness, but just say it out loud.
Submitted by: Cy Hunt

Repetitive Song Lyrics:

"It May Be A Fire"
The Repetitive Lyrics:
It may be a fire,
But you gotta get it into your heart.
Why They're Repetitive:
Towards the end of the song, those two lines (which are also nonsensical, BTW) are repeated over and over as it fades out.
Submitted by: Chowder
"In Your Wildest Dreams"
The Repetitive Lyrics:
I wonder if you care?

I wonder if you think about me?

Once upon a time

in your wildest dreams
Why They're Repetitive:
This is pretty much the entire chorus. Anybody who spends that much time wondering about what could have been must be some somekind of desperate looser.
Submitted by: Celeste
There are additional repetitive lyrics available.

Nonsensical Song Lyrics:

"It May Be A Fire"
The Nonsensical Lyrics:
It may be a fire,
But you gotta get it into your heart.
Why They're Nonsensical:
Why would anyone have to get a FIRE into his/her heart!? Wouldn't that be suicide!?
Submitted by: Chowder
"Nights In White Satin"
The Nonsensical Lyrics:
Letters I've written,
never meaning to send.
Why They're Nonsensical:
What's the sense in writing a letter if you're not going to send it?
Submitted by: Jason Harvey

Misrhymed Song Lyrics:

"Ride my See-Saw"
The Misrhymed Lyrics:
I worked like a slave for years Sweat so hard just to end my fears. Not to end my life a poor man But by now, I know I should have run.
Why They're Misrhymed:
The grammar wouldn't be proper if John Lodge said "ran" instead of "run".
Submitted by: Alan of Seville

Dirty Song Lyrics:

"No More Lies"
The Dirty Lyrics:
And if you think that now feels right,
Let's close the door and dim the lights,
We'll greet the dawn together,
Side by side.
Why They're Dirty:
It kinda suggests that Justin is about to sleep with (both literal AND its suggestive figurative meaning) the girl he's singing it to!
Submitted by: Chowder
The Dirty Lyrics:
Every time I hear the sound of the rain
Beating on my roof again
I want to taste your love
And I want to go deep
I want to go deep
I want to go deep
Why They're Dirty:
with "i wanna taste your love" and the moaning noises throughout the song, i can't even fathom this song NOT being about sex.
Submitted by: derp
There are additional dirty lyrics available.

Song Lyrics That Name Check Celebrities:

"Dr. Livingstone, I Presume"
The Lyrics:
Dr. Livingstone, I Presume. Stepping out of the Jungle gloom, into the midday sun.
Captain Scott you were so bold, now you're looking rather cold, out there in the snow.
Columbus, where are you bound? So you thing the earth is round, sailed off in the blue.
Who They Mention:
Dr. David Livingstone, who was a discoverer in Africa, Captain Robert Falcon Scott, who was a discoverer of Antarctica, and Christopher Columbus who discovered the New World.
Submitted by: Paul Warren
"Legend Of A Mind (Timothy Leary's Dead)"
The Lyrics:
Timothy Leary's dead
Who They Mention:
Dr Timothy Leary
Submitted by: oldrock

Song Lyrics That Mention Other Songs:

"Gemini Dream"
The Song Lyrics:
Long time no see
Short time for you and me
Song They Mention:
"Long Time No See" by Chicago
Submitted by: Mickey D.
"I'm Just a Singer (In a Rock-and-Roll Band.)"
The Song Lyrics:
And if you want the Winds of Change to blow
Song They Mention:
Winds of Change by Eric Burdon and the Animals
Submitted by: Paul Warren

Songs That Open With Their Titles:

"Ride My See-Saw"
Opening Lines:
Ride. Ride my see-saw.
Submitted by: Brian Kelly
"I Know You're Out There Somewhere"
Opening Lines:
I know you're out there somewhere...somewhere, somewhere
A sequel song to "Your Wildest Dreams" from their 1988 album Sur La Mer
Submitted by: Vic George
There are additional spelling lyrics available.

Scary Song Lyrics:

"It May Be A Fire"
The Lyrics:
People you've not known for years
Will come knocking at your door
Talk about invasion of privacy! Very scary indeed...
Submitted by: Chowder

Song Title Space Change:

"Knights In White Sat In" originally "Knights In White Satin"
Sat in what exactly?
Submitted by: Edward
"December's Now" originally "December Snow"
Submitted by: Mary Byram
"It May Be Afire" originally "It May Be A Fire"
Submitted by: H. Tim Smith
"It Maybe A Fire" originally "It May Be A Fire"
Submitted by: H. Tim Smith
"Gem In, I Dream" originally "Gemini Dream"
Submitted by: Anna Faris Wheel

There are additional Song Title Space Change available.

Bad Grammar in Song Lyrics:

"Is This Heaven?"
The Lyrics:
I want to be there when
The age of love is come again...
It sounds like it was written by a pre-schooler! The correct form is "the age of love HAS come again"!
Submitted by: Chowder
"Gemini Dream"
The Lyrics:
You know you gonna wake up,
You know you gonna wake up
In a Gemini Dream
Umm.... Justin, that should be: "You know YOU'RE gonna wake up in a Gemini Dream."
Submitted by: Chowder

Band Name Anagrams:

Embody The Soul Submitted by: Gary Albright
The Dolby Mouse Submitted by: Gary Albright
Theo Mule's Body Submitted by: Ralph
Whoever Theo Mule is/was...
Bloody Muse Submitted by: Francine Harper
Doom Shy Tub Eel Submitted by: Regina Haniger

There are additional Band Name Anagrams available.

Song Title Anagrams:

"I'd Ream In Gem" originally "Gemini Dream"
Submitted by: Sylvia Curruca
"I Dream In Gem" originally "Gemini Dream"
Submitted by: Sylvia Curruca
"Gee, Mini Dram" originally "Gemini Dream"
Submitted by: Sylvia Curruca
"'Til You Dressed Warm" originally "Your Wildest Dreams"
Submitted by: Joe
"To Her Cat" originally "The Actor"
Submitted by: Alexis

There are additional Song Title Anagrams available.

Super Long Pop Songs:

"Nights in White Satin" Length: 7:40
Most radio stations pay an edited version, but the album version includes a long musical interlude and a concluding poem, "Late Lament."
Submitted by: Raphael

Super Short Pop Songs:

"I Never Thought I'd Live to Be a Million" Length: 0:33
Submitted by: Joe Pearson
"My Little Lovely" Length: 1:45
Shortest Moodies song that I know of not including Graeme's poems... I'm pretty sure this was Ray's last song before he left. :<
Submitted by: Cyhunt

Song Title Acrostics:

LOAM: "Legend Of A Mind"
Submitted by: Candy Welty
LAB: "Love And Beauty"
Submitted by: Candy Welty
TOOT: "Talking Out Of Turn"
Submitted by: Candy Welty

Song Title Spoonerisms:

"News Day After Toon" originally "Tuesday Afternoon"
Submitted by: Mae Beam
"It May Fee A Buyer" originally "It May Be A Fire"
Submitted by: Marge Pegram
"E Story In Your Thighs" originally "The Story In Your Eyes"
Submitted by: Waldo D. Law
"The Tory In Your Size" originally "The Story In Your Eyes"
Submitted by: Waldo D. Law
"The Tory In Your Sighs" originally "The Story In Your Eyes"
Submitted by: Waldo D. Law

Upbeat Songs With Depressing Lyrics:

"Go Now!"
The Lyrics:
We've already said, ... goodbye.
Since you gotta go, oh, you had better go now.
Go now. Before you see me cry.
I don't want you to tell me just what you intend to do now.
How many times do I have to tell you, Darlin'
Darlin', I'm still in love with you now. Whoaaa.
Back in 1965, the Moody Blues were much more of jazzier rockin' blues group than they would later become and were the new English crossover to America find. Although their U.S. Top 10 hit, "Go Now!" had already been a #1 hit in the UK back in 1964, and originally it was recorded in the 1920's by American jazz/blues artists, Bessie Banks (the song is written by Bessie's husband, Larry Banks and Milton Bennett). The song had an obvious upbeat tempo (good dance tune) but is obviously about the depressing feeling someone gets (in the Moody Blues' case, from the perspective of a man) when their lover breaks things off with them, but then won't leave them. And the Moody Blues made it even more poignant with the vocal stylings of then lead singer, Denny Laine and the pounding keyboards of Mike Ponder and the sharp stylings on the tambourine of percussionist Ray Thomas. In the early 1990's, the Moody Blues' version of "Go Now!" got new life when the British TV comedy show, "Splitting Image" used it in an episode regarding the feelings many Brits felt at the time that then Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher should resign. "Go Now!" was also later recorded by Ozzy Osbourne. Unfortunately, the Moody Blues have been one of those few progressive rock artists of the 1960's and 1970's (into the 1980's and 90's) not to have been inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall Of Fame.
Submitted by: Peter

Band Name Spoonerisms:

Bloody Muse originally "Moody Blues"
Submitted by: Joe Haynes
The Bloody Moos originally "The Moody Blues"
Submitted by: Ingrid McCannless

Lighter Side of Serious Bands:

"The Voice"
It was late August 1981 and I heard this song on the radio. The album it was on, "Long Distance Voyager", had already topped the U.S. album charts and that week the droid spaceprobe Voyager II had arrived at planet Saturn, taking zillions of photos and expanding our scientific knowledge tremendously. After this song was done playing the DJ said "Long Distance Voyager II". Geddit?
Submitted by: Night Owl

Hidden Messages:

"Just A Singer In A Rock & Roll Band / Seventh Sojo"
If you don't pay attention to the lyrics, it just sounds like a powerful song about confusion & angst. If you study the lyrics, it calls for a person who sings in a rock band to help change the world in a mysterious way that only he knows, but not control it, like the Who's Tommy tried. I do rock vocals, & I seem to be the only one who knows about a mysterious way to help change the world, by ending confusion, but I would not rule it, even if everyone begged me to. I plan to use my musical abilities to help spread the message & unite all peoples peacefully, so it's like pure prophecy, but no one except a person in my position would be aware of it. I tried to ask the band what inspired the very unusual scenario, but they never replied. ( If anyone wants to know more about this, you can contact me through the website listed below my parodies here. )
Submitted by: Fred Snider

What A Band is Best Known For (aside from their music):

On the albums "Days of Future Passed", "In Search of the Lost Chord", "On a Threashold of a Dream", "To Our Childrens, Childrens, Children", "Question of Balance", and "Strange Times" drummer Greame Edge would recite a poetic monolouge on the album.
Submitted by: Paul Warren

Products Bands Should Endorse Based on Their Name:

Psychiatric services
They're moody and also have the blues? Bipolar!
Submitted by: Chamelienne

Movies Named After Song Titles:

"In Your Wildest Dreams"
A 1991 Drama film which is a Series
Submitted by: Paul Warren

Missing Parts:

"The Story in Your Eyes"
but no story in your hands or elsewhere
Submitted by: Rychendroll

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