Top Ten Songs with More Than One TitleMartin_Canine Songs that have at least two different titles on at least two releases while still being the exact same song in the exact same version.
What doesn't count:
-Remixes (Basshunter's song was called "I Can Walk on Water I Can Fly" on MySpace, "I Can Walk on Water" on the album and "Walk on Walker" on the single, but went through alterations each time).
-Cover versions ("Killing Me Softly With His Song" by Lori Lieberman became "Killing Me Softly" when covered by Fugees).
The Top Ten
Called "Vi sitter I Ventrilo och spelar DotA" on the Swedish version of the album, and "DotA" on the International version. Weirdly, it also has the long title on the German edition of the single, while it has the short title on the German edition of the album. - Martin_Canine
Released initially as their debut single under the title "Tamagotchi", then re-released as a single as "Together Forever (The Cyber Pet Song)", and also has the latter title on the album. I assume copyright issues. - Martin_Canine
Depending on the release, you will have this song listed as "Asereje", "Asereje (The Ketchup Song)", "The Ketchup Song (Asereje)" or "The Ketchup Song". It is featured on 2 summer hit compilation CDs I own, and one has it listed as "Asereje", the other as "The Ketchup Song". - Martin_Canine
On almost all official downloads, this song was re-titled "Formula". - Martin_Canine
On the Swedish edition of the album and every edition of the single this song is called "Vifta med händerna", but on the international version of the album it is called "Throw Your Hands Up". It's the exact same song though, and always with Swedish lyrics. - Martin_Canine
As a Eurovision Song Contest entry, this was officially called "Bloody Mary" and appeared on the Official Soundtrack under that title, but on both the single and the Las Ketchup album it was called "Un Blodymary". - Martin_Canine
Even the uncensored version was simply called "Pumps" on the single. - Martin_Canine
It was initially called "Heat of That Summer" on the album, but was re-titled "Heat of The Summer" for the single release. - Martin_Canine
In 2005, t.A.T.u. released an album called "Dangerous & Moving" internationally and an album "Lyudi Invalidi" (in Cyrillic) in Russia. The albums are not exactly the same albums in different languages, some tracks appear in both editions, and others have no English/Russian counterpart, but in general, they are usually seen as two counterparts.
The short instrumental intro is however exactly the same in both releases, it's just called "Dangerous & Moving (Intro)" on one album and "Lyudi Invalidi (Intro)" on the other. - Martin_Canine
This self-titled song is from their debut album "Let's Start a Riot! " from 2008.
On their best of compilation album "Rest in Peace: 2006-2016" from 2016, it was called "Let's Start a Riot! ". That's, however, the title of the instrumental intro of their first album. - Martin_Canine
AKA Hang On to Your Ego. - JCHOW
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2. Together Forever (The Cyber Pet Song) - Daze
3. Asereje - Las Ketchup