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Songs with Body Parts in the Title

The missing words in these song titles are body parts. See if you can guess them.
Some answers are plural
Last updated: August 30, 2018
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Artist
Song
Celine Dion
My Heart Will Go On
Lady Gaga
Poker Face
Cutting Crew
(I Just) Died in Your Arms
Traditional
Rudolph, the Red-Nosed Reindeer
The Beatles
I Want To Hold Your Hand
Kylie Minogue
Can't Get You Out Of My Head
The Who
Behind Blue Eyes
Jay-Z
Dirt Off Your Shoulder
Shakira
Hips Don't Lie
Frank Sinatra
I've Got You Under My Skin
George Thorogood &
the Destroyers
Bad to the Bone
Artist
Song
Kenny Loggins
Footloose
Sir Mix-a-Lot
Baby Got Back
Cypress Hill
Insane In The Brain
The Rolling Stones
Under My Thumb
Boyz II Men
On Bended Knee
Queen
Fat Bottomed Girls
The Shins
Kissing The Lipless
Jack Johnson
Bubble Toes
Radiohead
Treefingers
Wreckx-N-Effect
Rump Shaker
OK Go
White Knuckles
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level 27
Jun 11, 2013
Nice Quiz!
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level 75
Jun 11, 2013
I preferred Eric Cartman's rendition of Poker Face.
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level 64
Jun 11, 2013
Yay! Jack Johnson in a quiz!
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level 15
Jul 12, 2013
100 % for the ones i didnt know the answer too i just typed random body parts! :)
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level 26
Sep 18, 2013
anyone else pick up on the fact that one of the singers are called "The Shins" ...ironic.
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level 71
Mar 7, 2014
Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer was actually written in 1949 by Johnny Marks and was a hit by Gene Autry of that year: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rudolph_the_Red-Nosed_Reindeer_(song) We assume it's traditional because it's a Christmas song, but regardless of the definition of traditional (whether "a song without a known author" or "a folk song"), it's hard to call a Tin Pan Alley song sung by a country music star "traditional" :)
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level 75
Feb 13, 2015
The fact that the song continues to be sung by succeeding generations makes it traditional. Robert May wrote the story of "Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer" in 1939 as a Christmas promotion for his employer, Montgomery Ward. Marks was his brother-in-law and made a song from the story ten years later.
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level 75
Nov 28, 2017
What?? It's a made-up story?!? Rudolph isn't real?? :-(
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level 26
Mar 21, 2014
just kept guessing till I got "Lip"less
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level 43
Nov 3, 2014
Best song on here
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level 46
Apr 25, 2015
Insane in the membrane is the song by Cypress Hill.
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level 71
Jun 11, 2015
Nah, it's Insane in the Brain, but one of the lyrics is "insane in the membrane".
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level 77
Jun 25, 2015
"Yummy, yummy, yummy, I've got love in my _____"
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level 24
Sep 24, 2015
Geez now White Knuckles is stuck in my head. LOVE that OK go was in there. Almost no one listens to them anymore. ;)
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level 63
Nov 8, 2015
You know you're a die-hard OKGO fan when you're part of the ten percent of test takers who got that answer right.
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level 76
Mar 22, 2016
I had definitely not heard of that song, or group for that matter, but I just watched the music video. It is equal parts absurdity and impressive coordination.
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level 67
May 12, 2016
Yeah, I don't really listen to OK Go, but they make the best videos.
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level 23
Nov 19, 2017
True, I am a die hard Ok Go fan, was listening to the album that song was off while taking the quiz.
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level 59
May 12, 2016
FFS I put 'arm' and 'knuckle' but didn't think to put the plural versions
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level 67
May 16, 2017
I did the same with Toe and Finger. Very annoying
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level 67
May 12, 2016
Also, I feel like this should have Outside Bones on it.
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level 75
May 12, 2016
Had no idea on some of these but a couple of guesses were Bubble Butt and Under My Armpits. I think those would make interesting songs.
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level 60
Aug 28, 2016
I tried both of those too! Also: Dirt Off Your Fingernails, Bubble Gum.
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level 1
Nov 11, 2016
why
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level 76
Mar 6, 2018
why not
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level 65
Jan 5, 2017
how about adding "hot blooded" by foreigner or "hot legs" by rod stewart?
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level 65
Oct 19, 2017
For legs, I recommend "I've got two legs" by Monty Python.
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level 44
Feb 12, 2017
Damn It! I wrote Arm, Eye and Toe, instead of Arms, Eyes and Toes!
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level 30
Apr 4, 2017
surprised about the ok go reference, needless to say I was very happy about it
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level 23
Nov 19, 2017
Same
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level 13
Apr 28, 2017
:-)
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level 57
Jun 24, 2017
Nirvana's "Moist Vagina" should fit here.
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level 58
Jan 5, 2018
We had a great time using butt in all of these.
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level 44
Jan 26, 2018
Might consider accepting the singular "Toe".
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level 21
May 17, 2018
the cypress hill song is insane in the membrane not insane in the brain
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level 54
Jan 19, 2019
Eye of the Tiger?
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level 46
Apr 13, 2019
Inti the Lungs of Hell by Megadeth would fit well in here
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level 56
Apr 18, 2019
Must have tried every other word for rump...