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Band Name Origins:

  • Stone Sour is a Molotov cocktail made up of 1 part whiskey and a splash of orange juice..they described there music as....1 part pure rock adrenaline with a splash of melody Submitted by: Andrew
  • I got it off their web page. Stone Sour is a kind of drink (1 part whiskey and a splash of orange juice and sour mix). Submitted by: Deus

Stupid Band Names:

  • This could easily get mixed up as 'Stoned Sour' which could lead to some controversy. Submitted by: Travis
  • I know it's a kind of cocktail, it's just that it sounds like a caveman or somebody talking about the taste of a rock. "Ooh! Stone Sour! Me pucker lips." Submitted by: Jonathan S.

New Song Names:

Original Song Name
New Song Name
Submitter Name
"Through Plastic""Through Glass"Kaylie L
"Choking on Fumes""Inhale"ficticious
"Boiling Illustrator""Cold Reader"ficticious
"Piss Off""Get Inside"ficticious

Literally Impossible Song Titles:

Song/Performer
Comment
Submitter Name
"Made Of Scars,"This is just so ridiculous...G

Use a Song Title to Answer a Different Song:

Song & Band Name
Song & Band Name
"Can You See Me," Jimi Hendrix"Through Glass," Stone Sour
"Say You'll Haunt Me," Stone Sour"I'll Haunt You," Seth Lakeman

Remove a Letter From a Song Title:

"Through Lass" originally "Through Glass"
If she'll let you?
Peter
"Trough Glass" originally "Through Glass"
Glass from which to make troughs?
Samantha Wayland
"Other" originally "Bother"
Karen Smith
"Made of Cars" originally "Made of Scars"
Josh 555

Add a Letter to a Song Title:

"Thorough Glass" originally "Through Glass"
What could be thorough about glass?
Samantha Wayland
"Made Of Scarps" originally "Made Of Scars"
Scarp = a cliff or other abrupt topography change
Nicole Parsons
"Brother" originally "Bother"
Dobbs

Change a Letter:

"Through Gloss" originally "Through Glass"
Samantha Wayland
"Through Grass" originally "Through Glass"
Samantha Wayland
"Made Of Scams" originally "Made Of Scars"
About as possible as original
Nicole Parsons
"Made Of Scabs" originally "Made Of Scars"
Nicole Parsons
"Mother" originally "Bother"
Pam Tabor

Song Parody Lyrics:

Original Song Name
Parody Song Name
Parody Author
"Through The Looking Glass""Through The Clounds"Your Worst Enemy
"Bother""Shower"S.T.G.
"Bother""Potter"Jeremy Otto
"Bother""Winter"Wolveroses

Bad Choices for On Hold Music:

Song Name
Company/Organization
Submittor
Get InsideHomeless Peoplepaget

If Groups Combined, Their Names Might Be:

Stone Sour Temple Pilots
Stone Temple Pilots combined with Stone Sour
I suppose I could've dropped the word Temple...
Submitted By: Ed
Dido Sour
Dido combined with Stone Sour
Sounds almost like "dinosaur".
Submitted By: Contemptuous Crackpot
Rolling Sour Stones
Rolling Stones combined with Stone Sour
They're all bitter, too.
Submitted By: James
Sour Cream
Stone Sour combined with Cream
Submitted By: Chad Oj

Misheard Lyrics:

"Through Glass"
Misheard Lyrics:
And is the star (the star)?
Shine for you.
And is the star (the star)?
Like you.
Original Lyrics:
And it's the stars.
The stars that shine for you.
And it's the stars.
The stars that lie to you.
"Bother"
Misheard Lyrics:
Diaries left with creme de gatries
Original Lyrics:
Diaries left with cryptic entries.
"Through Glass"
Misheard Lyrics:
And if I damn it God the mannequin
Original Lyrics:
An epidemic of the mannequins
"Through Glass"
Misheard Lyrics:
An epidemic of Dominicans
Original Lyrics:
An epidemic of the mannequins
There are additional misheard lyrics available.

Misheard Lyrics Stories:

"Through Glass"
Misheard Lyrics:
And is the star (the star)?
Shine for you.
And is the star (the star)?
Like you.
Original Lyrics:
And it's the stars.
The stars that shine for you.
And it's the stars.
The stars that lie to you.

Story about this misheard lyric by: Wisnu Aji

First time I hear this song when frontman Corey Taylor mistakenly don't say "lie" and say "like". But, after I'll see this song's lyrics at MetroLyrics many times, finally Corey Taylor say "lie" instead of "like" that I hear in the final choruses of this song. Positively, I like "Through Glass" and this song is the most well-known song from a band that formed by Corey Taylor and friends although it failed to reach the Top 20 on Billboard's Pop Chart. On the other hand, Staind's "It's Been Awhile" reaching the Top 10 on that chart while the single get the "Parental Advisory" sticker because of its suggestive words on lyrics of this song and honestly I like Staind's "It's Been Awhile" in a clean radio edit instead of the original album version (although both versions ended at more than 4 minutes in length). About this song: While "Through Glass" failed to reach the Top 20 on Billboard's Pop Chart, this song still Corey Taylor and his band's best-known song to date and actually reaching #39. Making them the only time they have a Top 40 hit like "Through Glass". This song later released as the second single from their second studio album, "Come What(ever) May", released on 1 August 2006.

There are additional misheard stories available.

Band Name Anagrams:

Nose Tours Submitted by: Doug Graves
Nose Torus Submitted by: Doug Graves
Tone Sours Submitted by: Doug Graves
Our Stones Submitted by: Doug Graves
Yes, easy
Sour Notes Submitted by: Claire Annette Player
Oh, is that how they perform?

Song Title Anagrams:

"Scad Of Mares" originally "Made Of Scars"
Submitted by: Natalie Portmanteau Word
"Scam Of Dares" originally "Made Of Scars"
Submitted by: Natalie Portmanteau Word
"Scam Of Dears" originally "Made Of Scars"
Submitted by: Natalie Portmanteau Word
"Ruth Hog Glass" originally "Through Glass"
Submitted by: Samantha Wayland

Song Title Spoonerisms:

"Sin Eyed The Cynic" originally "Inside The Cynic"
Submitted by: Gordy N. Knott
"Et Sin Guide" originally "Get Inside"
"Et", as in colloquialism for "Ate".
Submitted by: Nicole Parsons
"Set In Guide" originally "Get Inside"
Submitted by: Nicole Parsons

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