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The 45 Funniest Song Titles Ever

These funny song titles may not have appeared on any top 40 hit list, but they're sure to put a smile on your face!

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“I Love You, You’re Perfect, Now Change” by Joe DiPietro

From the eponymous musical comedy, this song mirrors a sentiment that so many people express to their partners, with the lyrics “Find Someone to love / Someone you think is perfect / And spend the rest of your life trying to change them.”

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“I’ve Got all This Ringing in my Ears and None on My Fingers” by Fall Out Boy

Fall Out Boy is famous for their overwrought titles and funny songs, and this one off the album Infinity on High is no exception.

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“They Are Night Zombies!! They Are Neighbours!! They Have Come Back from the Dead!! Ahhhh!” by Sufjan Stevens

This Sufjan Stevens song, off the album Illionois is a perfect example of Stevens’ absurdist style of songwriting. Either that or this song title is just trying to warn us about the undead.

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“Nothing’severgonnastandinmyway (again)”by Wilco

Apparently, not even punctuation can stand in Wilco’s way. This funny song title doesn’t sound comical when heard out loud, but the clever punctuation use (or lack thereof) is enough to make a music fan chuckle.

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“I’m So Miserable Without You, It’s Just Like Having You Around” by Billy Walker

This funny song title reminds us that sometimes you just can’t win.

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“I’m Full of Steak, and Cannot Dance” by Sidney Gish

This song title is descriptive of far too many nights out, wedding parties, sweet sixteens, and bat mitzvahs. Being full of food and totally incompetent at dancing hits a little too close to home for most of us. The lyrics don’t have much to do with the song title, but they are just as clever—Sidney Gish is an expert at writing funny songs.

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“Drop Kick Me Jesus (Through the Goal Posts of Life)” by Bobby Bare

This song takes “Jesus, take the wheel” to a whole new level.

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“My Lucky Pants Failed Me Again” by Tom Rosenthal

Putting your faith in a lucky pair of pants doesn’t seem like a good idea, but Rosenthal lists other superstitious habits throughout his song like knocking on wood, “thanking your lucky stars,” and not walking under ladders.

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“Let’s Generalize About Men” from Crazy Ex-Girlfriend

Full of contradictions, jokes, and irony, this funny song from the musical comedy show Crazy Ex-Girlfriend has lyrics like “Let’s not distinguish between men at all / Let’s just drink a lot more alcohol / And then high-five each other / As we make a bunch of blanket statements.”

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“Ob-La-Di, Ob-La-Da” by The Beatles

Lyrics don’t get much sillier than “Ob la di, ob la da, life goes on, bra.” The funniest part about this nonsensical song is that it spent time on the Billboard Top 100.

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