Results for - The Name Remains The Same

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1. With over a quarter of a million English words, not to mention probably an infinite combination of these words, you would think that song writers could avoid naming their songs the same as another song. Well, it appears that is not the case. "Let It Go" has been used as a song title 45 times (and counting). The most famous use (at least for those with young children) was in the 2013 Disney movie Frozen, but there are many more. Which "Let It Go" songs are you familiar with (and don't worry, I will not be listing all 45 of them)?

Let It Go -- from Frozen
43%
951 votes
Let It Go -- James Bay
3%
72 votes
Let It Go -- Def Leppard
10%
215 votes
Let It Go -- Dragonette
2%
41 votes
Let It Go -- Tim McGraw
9%
208 votes
Let It Go -- George Strait
7%
156 votes
Let It Go -- The Bangles
6%
130 votes
Let It Go -- Luba
3%
65 votes
Let It Go -- Toto
5%
105 votes
Let It Go -- Great Big Sea
2%
52 votes
Let It Go -- Nick Carter
2%
48 votes
Let It Go -- Grace Slick
2%
48 votes
All of them
2%
49 votes
None of them
41%
896 votes

2. When you hear the song title "Hello", you may immediately think of Lionel Richie's song or maybe Adele's song, but HELLO...there are also 20 others using the exact same one word title. How many on this list are you familiar with?

Hello -- Lionel Richie
59%
1,302 votes
Hello -- Adele
42%
919 votes
Hello -- Martin Solveig
2%
42 votes
Hello -- Hyde
2%
33 votes
Hello -- Lil Wayne
5%
99 votes
Hello -- Evanescence
6%
140 votes
Hello -- Erykah Badu & Andre 3000
2%
52 votes
Hello -- Normie Rowe & The Playboys
1%
16 votes
Hello -- Oasis
4%
92 votes
Hello -- David Cook
2%
49 votes
All of them
1%
31 votes
None
25%
560 votes

3. As for Billboard Hot 100 charting songs, the most common song title that has charted the most on their list, is, ..."Hold On". This title has been used 16 times on the Hot 100, with the highest charting songs of that title being the ones by Wilson Phillips and En Vogue at No. 1 and 2 respectively. Which of these songs do you know?

Hold On -- Wilson Phillips
37%
808 votes
Hold On -- En Vogue
12%
255 votes
Hold On -- Santana
15%
329 votes
Hold On -- Jamie Walters
3%
62 votes
Hold On -- Ian Gomm
2%
53 votes
Hold On -- Triumph
8%
178 votes
Hold On --Kansas
16%
354 votes
All of them
2%
38 votes
None
42%
929 votes
Song titles, no matter how unique they are, can not be copyrighted, which is obvious by the number of songs sharing the same name. And while there is only one

4. Song titles, no matter how unique they are, can not be copyrighted, which is obvious by the number of songs sharing the same name. And while there is only one "Purple People Eater" and "Hotel California", many other names are used over and over. Can you name any song titles that are used for multiple songs?

Yes
15%
333 votes
No
60%
1,328 votes
Undecided
25%
539 votes
06/05/2019 Music 2259 26 By: Harriet56

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