Admissions of Defeat in Song Titling

  1. Such a defeat that he changed the title to what people called the song and left the real one in parentheses.
    Suggested by   @celinerogers
  2. Suggested by   @friedrice
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  4. Suggested by   @mikeyincharge
  5. "UGH if I have to explain this to ONE more person..."
    Suggested by   @sky
  6. When you have to stick the chorus line in parenthesis so people know what song you are talking about, that's an instant defeat. On the plus side, when people see the song title they immediately start singing the song, so that is an, um, un-defeat?
    Suggested by   @RichardGoodman
  7. Suggested by   @shaoism
  8. once again, put the real song title in parentheses...
    Suggested by   @olivevera
  9. It won't fit in a screenshot but: "Rocket Man (I Think It's Going To Be A Long Long Time)" - Elton John
    Suggested by   @maddogd11
  10. And then of course you have the obvious..
    Suggested by   @RichardGoodman
  11. Suggested by   @mikeyincharge
  12. Suggested by   @DanielaM
  13. Game. Set. Match.
    Suggested by   @Nicholas
  14. Suggested by   @tiupps
  15. Suggested by   @element75
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  17. from Wikipedia: "Iglesias generally refers to the song as simply "Do You Know?", as it was his record label's insistence to add on "The Ping Pong Song" in parentheses to make it more distinctive and marketable."
    Suggested by   @coolkid
  18. No Doy
    Suggested by   @IreneG
  19. Suggested by   @audreypalumbo
  20. They WERE back
    Suggested by   @Lisa_Fav
  21. Suggested by   @americson