Top 10 Different Songs with the Same TitleCovers don't count!
Song title - list of artists who have songs with this title.
Sia is the best. The vocal is incredible.
Sia is the best
Oh sorry Neon Trees is not plural but it's a good song, awww. Can anyone find another animal song to make another list?
Miike Snow has a song with the title Animal. There you go! Just wanted to make you happy again
I love all of them except Nickleback. But Martin Garrix takes the cake
Maroon 5 the best
I love U2's Bad. It's such an emotional performance.
The Evanescence one is the saddest song I have ever heard. I think I actually prefer it over Adele's one now
That's way to many songs with the same title.
Adele's one is pretty good.
Evanescence was the best
1957 hit by the Shepherd Sisters, also done in the early 1960 by Frankie Valli and the Four Seasons.
Whoever added this item should've added more of them. There are plenty - about 49.
If Marshmello is here, Alan Walker should be as well.
The Armin van Burren song Alone is a firm favourite of mine. Lively and beautiful, but also makes you think about our world, and your own life.
The Hælos track is minimal but it speaks volumes.
The Marshmello track? OK, but hideously overrated.
Best one of all with this title belongs to the soul duo Sam & Dave.
Don't forget Tom Waits. That is a good tune.
There is a justin bieber song called hold on and that is my favorite
Bachman-Turner Overdrive also has a song called "Hey You".
Several favorite songs here but my #1 would be Pink Floyd.
Love this. Hey You by Miranda Cosgrove is cool.
@Martin_Canine - thanks for adding many awesome items to this list! You also added some really long ones, wow. I highly appreciate that!
The Monkees had two different songs called "You and I", both on albums that came out after their T.V. show was done.
One Direction have a song with the same name but use the & symbol instead
Wow 22 and climbing!
And we can't forget the original birthday song!
The Dave Clark Five also have a song called "Don't Let Me Down" (one of four titles of different songs by the Fab 4 and DC5 that I know of, the others being "Because", "Julia", and "Glad All Over").
The Chainsmokers one is overrated.
Three Dog Night, written by Harry Nilsson. There's also a song called "One" in the musical "A Chorus Line".
Metallica should never be in the same sentence as Ed Sheeran, Simple Plan, and Creed.
Even though Metallica are one of the few metal bands I like, I prefer U2's.
Yeasayer have one with a similar title, but it's spelled as "O.N.E.".
Obviously the Deep Purple one was the best.
There's one by Three Days Grace as well.
But there are still more. For instance, Ringo Starr's song from 1974.
I listed 18 music artists only in the item title!
A same song title by two deceased song artists.
Fascinating that a lot of a American artists have a song called "Holiday", given that the word is rarely used there.
Don't forget that The Bee Gees also had a hit by this title.
Bee Gees hit from their long-before-disco early days.
Also one of Madonna's earlier hits.
+ Iced Earth (awesome song, inspirational lyrics).
I only really like the definitely Leppard one.
I like the Def Leppard one.
Look at this photograph.
There is also J Cole.
The deadmau5 song is a timeless classic, and in my top ten best songs of all time. The AlunaGeorge one, well, isn't. I don't like the AG song at all.
I find it interesting that on Staind's 14 Shades of Gray, Intro is the LAST track
"A Love Song" by Loggins and Messina, also recorded by Anne Murray. Does this count?
Loggins and Messina did "A Love Song", which was covered by Anne Murray.
Again duplicate item and I really like the one by Sara Bareilles.
Where's the cure?
Tommy James, released long past his hit-making days with the Shondells; same song also was recorded by the Monkees on one of their post-T.V. show albums.
Funny thing is that the Pretty Things and Animals songs were released within two years of each other. I wonder how they didn't get confused.
Disturbed and Staind had a song called Believe.