Previously, Web Watch told you about the MOST POPULAR WORDS IN SONG LYRICS OVER THE DECADES.
Perhaps we should back off a smidge and look at the SONG TITLES themselves.
That’s why we’re sharing with you this LIST OF THE MOST POPULAR/COMMON WORDS IN SONG TITLES OVER THE PAST CENTURY!
You’ll want to click the link to see the TOP FIVE MOST POPULAR WORDS FOR EACH CENTURY, but we’re just going to share with you the Number One Word found across the Billboard charts:
- 2010s: We
- 2000s: U
- 1990s: U
- 1980s: Love
- 1970s: Woman
- 1960s: Baby
- 1950s: Christmas (the ’50s, it seems, was a great decade for Christmas songs, wasn’t it?)
- 1940s: Polka
- 1930s: Moon
- 1920s: Blues
- 1910s: Gems
- 1900s: Uncle
- 1890s: Uncle
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