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Common words and phrases --as well as less common ones that are particularly poetic, clever or evocative --frequently repeat as song names, typically because the songwriters came up with the same title independently. There's a lot of songs in the world, and song titles are as responsive to trends as any other feature of pop-culture, so this is really not ...


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Take a look at Hold On - Wikipedia. It lists 17 albums and literally hundreds of songs with the title "Hold On". And no, they aren't simply hundreds of covers of the same song. Here are just the few songs that have their own individual Wikipedia page: "Hold On" (folk song) also known as "Gospel Plow", traditional American folk ...


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