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Take one letter out of a song title to change it's meaning. The removal of the letter should still form a word, and the title should be humorous as a result.

For example: Steve Winwood's "Split Decision" would become "Spit Decision"

Thanks to Philip Eno for the inspiration on this one!

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Latest Entries

The 20 most recent entries are listed below. There are 12235 Remove a Letter From a Song Title entries on the site.

"No Brans," Sum 41 originally "No Brains"
Marie
"Bing Me Down," Puddle of Mudd originally "Bring Me Down"
Alice Spoonerism
"I Got Yes," Melissa Manchester originally "I Got Eyes"
Yvette Bristle
"Don Boy," Holly Valance originally "Down Boy"
Joe Cool
"To Many Lovers," Crystal Gayle originally "Too Many Lovers"
same sound, different meaning
Anne
"Hands of Old," Ed Sheeran originally "Hands of Gold"
Blake Dreary
"Delta Awn," Tanya Tucker originally "Delta Dawn"
Awn = bristle on certain plants, such as grasses
Mary Ellen Jasper
"Bot Hands," Ani DiFranco originally "Both Hands"
Evelyn
"Digital Bat," The Deftones originally "Digital Bath"
Sarah
"The Pace Jungle," Adamski originally "The Space Jungle"
Wendy Torrance
"Complicate," Avril Lavigne originally "Complicated"
Sarah
"4.33 AM (Running Hoes)," Roger Waters originally "4.33 AM (Running Shoes)"
Remarkable hoes, that can run!
Karen Smith
"Reaching Or The Sky," Peabo Bryson originally "Reaching For The Sky"
Wendy Torrance
"It Goes Like His," Thomas Rhett originally "It Goes Like This"
Wendy Torrance
"Al 4 Love," Color Me Badd originally "All 4 Love"
Candy Welty
"Pain The Silence," South originally "Paint The Silence"
Wendy Torrance
"Cold Day (In Ell)," Bettye Swann originally "Cold Day (In Hell)"
An ell is a perpendicular wing of a building.
Bob
"Earning To Live," Dream Theater originally "Learning To Live"
Farlow Maitland
"New York City Ops," The Stokes originally "New York City Cops"
Op = short for opportunity or option
Farlow Maitland
"One Night In Haven," M People originally "One Night In Heaven"
Joanna Hawthorne

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