Top Ten Famous Songs Where People Assume the Refrain is Actually the TitleWe all know that one famous song where the refrain is stated many times, but do we actually know the real titles of the song?
Fun fact - The original song title was just "I Got You". Brown's earlier albums usually have that name in it. - Swellow
But in case you are wondering, yes, this song is however based on The Day The Music Died. - Swellow
Fun fact - This song was originally known as "9 to 5 (Morning Train)". It was retitled when being released as a single in the US so people wouldn't confuse it for Dolly Parton's similarly named song. - Swellow
It doesn't help that the former refrain was used as the name of a book covering drug abuse. - Swellow
It's common to see people who don't know the name of the song but know about the refrain "Stop, hey what's that sound"!
And also, strangely enough, when I first heard this song as a 5 year old kid I used to think the title of the song was "Stop, hey what's that sound"! 😅😂
While "Schrei nach Liebe" ("Scream for Love") is mentioned in a line in the chorus ("Deine Gewalt ist nur ein stummer Schrei nach Liebe", "Your violence is just a silent scream for love"), much more prominent is the shouted "Arschloch! " ("A-hole! ") at the end of each refrain, which the chorus dramatically builds up to. There was even an anti-right wing movement in 2015 called "Aktion Arschloch" which bought the song out of solidarity against racist attacks (the song is about how a neo nazi's hate and violence is only a facade to hide that he himself is in fact lacking love and affection in his life). - Martin_Canine