Top 10 Songs that Do Not Mention the Title in the Lyrics

The Top Ten

1 Smells Like Teen Spirit - Nirvana
2 Bohemian Rhapsody - Queen
3 A Day in the Life - The Beatles
4 Chop Suey! - System of a Down
5 Basket Case - Green Day

How the hell is Brain Stew not on this list?

6 Black Dog - Led Zeppelin
7 For What It's Worth - Buffalo Springfield
8 Love Song for a Vampire - Annie Lennox
9 Knights of Cydonia - Muse
10 Uprising - Muse

Love it, love it! - Metal_Treasure

The Contenders

11 I Write Sins Not Tragedies - Panic! at the Disco
12 The Ballad of John and Yoko - The Beatles
13 Baba O'Riley - The Who
14 4:44 - Jay-Z
15 Epic - Faith No More
16 There's a Good Reason These Tables are Numbered Honey, You Just Haven't Thought of It Yet - Panic! at the Disco
17 To Live is to Die - Metallica
18 The Scientist - Coldplay
19 Dilemma - Nelly
20 Foolish - Ashanti
21 Passionfruit - Drake
22 Iris - The Goo Goo Dolls
23 The Weight - The Band

One of the greatest songs ever written. - Gg2000

Performed rather well too, including when The Band incorporated The Staples singers and accentuated the gospel touch. - Billyv

24 A Change of Seasons - Dream Theater
25 My Immortal - Evanescence

I love this song! - Userguy44

26 Over the Hills and Far Away - Led Zeppelin

I love this song title - KillerQueen1774

Apparently, the original title was "Many, Many Times", which actually fits with the song's lyrics. Exactly how they came up with the new title, I don't know. - Gg2000

27 Rosetta Stoned - Tool
28 Digital Bath - Deftones
29 Megalodon - Mastodon
30 Kiwi - Harry Styles
31 Rosa Parks - Outkast
32 Tomorrow Never Knows - The Beatles
33 Paranoid - Black Sabbath
34 Subterranean Homesick Blues - Bob Dylan
35 5d (Fifth Dimension) - The Byrds

One of my favorite songs by the Byrds. Recorded at the beginning of their psychedelic era. - Gg2000

36 Tokyo Narita - Halsey & Lido
37 Tubthumping - Chumbawamba
38 Pompeii - Bastille
39 Habits - Tove Lo
40 50 Ways to Say Goodbye - Train
41 The Lazy Song - Bruno Mars
42 Adam's Apple - Aerosmith

Aerosmith's reinterpretation of the classic Adam and Eve story. It has a really solid riff. - Gg2000

43 "40" - U2

The reason that this song is called "40" is because the lyrics are based on Psalm 40 in the Bible. - Gg2000

44 Lateralus - Tool
45 White Rabbit - Jefferson Airplane

One of the most famous songs from the psychedelic era. I love Grace Slick's voice in the song. - Gg2000

46 Shakermaker - Oasis

It's not the only song on Definitely Maybe that qualifies. Columbia, Digsy's Dinner, and Married With Children also qualify. - Gg2000

47 Young Lust - Pink Floyd

David Gilmour's tone in this song is cool. - Gg2000

48 Rainy Day Women #12 & 35 - Bob Dylan
49 The Unforgettable Fire - U2

This is one of my favorite songs from the Unforgettable Fire album. It has such a brilliant atmosphere to it. - Gg2000

50 Peace Frog - The Doors

I imagine that if they tried to name it "Blood In the Streets", the record company wouldn't be too happy about it. - Gg2000

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