One of the many things listeners often look for in a song is how the title will be stated. There are times when a particular title of a song goes on a loop along the track. Meanwhile, there are times when the song title is never mentioned throughout the lyrics!
Interesting right? In this list, the following K-pop songs have proven that even if they don’t mention the title in the lyrics, they are still earworms for their listeners!
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Here are 5 K-pop songs without titles in the lyrics:
1. ‘Secret Story of the Goose’ by IZ*ONE
Whenever you think of swans, don’t they remind you of the girls from IZ*ONE? Like a goose,’The Secret Story of the Goose’ Singer is also refined and graceful.
This song by IZ*ONE seeks to explore various aspects of the girls by leading to an energetic beat drop. WIZ*ONE applauds this song as the girls try to explore a dark yet charming aura away from their comfort zone – a cute and feminine concept.
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Interestingly, this is one of the first songs that comes to mind whenever fans talk about an untitled song throughout the song. Some speculate that the length of the title is why the title is omitted from being mentioned throughout the track.
2. ‘The 7th Sense’ by NCT U
Have you ever opened your eyes to watch ‘NCT U’7th sense‘ music videos? The first release from hip-hop-oriented NCT in 2016 introduced the group’s dark air of apathy. The song features a dreamy and stylish tempo and does not mention the title track throughout the lyrics.
(Photo: SM Entertainment )
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The ‘7th sense’ may not be mentioned explicitly in the song. However, the English version implies and appeals to the listener’s senses because denotative words about sight and hearing are mentioned. More importantly, this predilection for titles may lead to the activation of immune inputs to navigate and interact with oneself.
3. ‘Film Out’ by BTS
Even though they are a boy group from South Korea, BTS always understands their Japanese assignments. ‘Exit Movie‘ is a heartbreak song, though the root cause of the pain is undetermined.
(Photo: Twitter | @bts_bighit)
This song that laments loneliness and pain doesn’t bother to mention its title in the lyrics either. However, this has not diminished the song’s influence as can be seen from its appearance on the weekly charts, especially when ‘Film Out’ reached the 5th position on the Global 200 (Billboard).
Interestingly, because the title is not mentioned in the song, some ARMYs are expressing their creativity by interpreting this Japanese song as a puzzle with multiple meanings. However, the most prominent analysis of the music video is probably related to BTS. The Most Beautiful Moment in Life trilogy.
4. ‘Tamed-Dashed’ by ENHYPEN
This release from ENHYPEN transports fans to a youthful atmosphere.
However, the title also declined the opportunity to be mentioned in the song. Regardless, ENGENE applauds this song for the unique instrumental backing that adds flavor to the filled and impactful song.
Nonetheless, despite portraying the music video a summer vibe with solid pop and lots of fun, just like ARMY, ENGENE loves generating theories out of the music video. So do you have any idea about ENHYPEN’s ‘Domesticated-Dashed‘ music videos? Might as well share here.
5. ‘Wonderland’ by ATEEZ
According to ATINYs, whenever listening to the ‘Wonderland,’ the taste soared when ATEEZ treated them to a song featuring instrumentality with orchestral features. Some say they imagine a grand coronation or grand finale every time they hear this song.
It just made ATINY wonder why the title wasn’t mentioned in the song, even though it matched the booming drum vibes in the song. Speculation has also emerged that ATEEZ may have their own parallel world, with each song representing one.
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Written by Sophia Carson