New Playlist 🚨: 21 TERRIFIC SONGS WITH ‘COME’ IN THE TITLE
According to short-lived, soul legend Sam Cooke, “It’s been a long time coming / But I know, ‘A Change is Gonna Come’.” Amen brother, amen! For Dexys Midnight Runners, well, they just want Eileen to come on: “‘Come on Eileen’ / Oh, I swear (What he means) At this moment you mean everything.” #Classic.
In the case of another soul master, the late, great Teddy Pendergrass, he urges on “Come Go with Me,” to, well, “Come on and go with me / Come on over to my place.” Can you say SEX? Bringing the ‘come’ into the 2000s, Norah Jones sweetly sings, “‘Come Away with Me’ in the night / Come away with me…” Sigh, if it wasn’t made explicitly clear, the four aforementioned songs all feature the word ‘come’ in their title. Furthermore, come is a key verb. This playlist compiles 21 TERRIFIC SONGS WITH ‘COME’ IN THE TITLE. Now, just to clarify, ‘come’ can be in different forms – prefix, past tense, -ing, and etc. – but some form of the word MUST be featured in the title to earn a spot on this list. 21 TERRIFIC SONGS WITH ‘COME’ IN THE TITLE features songs courtesy of Cub Sport (“Come Out”), Jeremy Zucker (“comethru”), Jonas Brothers (“Comeback”), Lady Gaga (“Come to Mama”), Miguel (“Come Through and Chill”), and Miranda Lambert (“It All Comes Out in the Wash”) among others. Check out the full playlist only at The Musical Hype- link in bio.