Best songs with get in the title
Have you ever given any thought to the number of songs that have been produced with the word “get” in the title? Regardless of the musical genre, the songs on this list all have the word “get” somewhere in their titles. Despite the fact that they all have the word “get” somewhere in the title of the song, the majority of these tracks are songs that are about obtaining something, but practically all of them have various lyrical meanings.
If you believe that a decent song with the word “get” in the title is missing from this list, go ahead and add it so that others will also have the opportunity to vote for it. Songs that contain the word in the lyrics are only permitted if the word also appears in the title of the song.
1. You Can’t Always Get What You Want by The rolling stones
For the most part, this song focuses on the fact that even if you fail to achieve your goal, it doesn’t necessarily mean that you’ve failed. That’s the refrain he keeps repeating throughout the song.
Let’s take the woman as an example. His self-portrait shows him as a freewheeling man eager to meet a woman of his own gender. At the song’s conclusion, we return to the woman and see her in a more evil light, as if she holds the blood of both men in her hands. Despite the fact that he didn’t obtain the girl, Mick learned an important lesson: don’t be fooled by outward appearances.
The protest verse shows that even if the protestors don’t succeed in their goals, they sing to express their discontent. They may not have gotten what they wanted, but they did get what they needed – a voice.
The lyric from a drugstore portrays Jimmy as someone who is desperate for medications to keep him alive (could also be a narcotic reference as well lol). Mick sees him and they have a drink together to pass the time.
When Mick told Jimmy that he was having a good time, he “sang his tune.” …to which Jimmy says that he needs these drugs in order to continue to exist where Mick responds.
You can’t always get what you want.
2. Get Lucky by Daft Punk
This song is about falling in love with someone you’d only ever had casual sexual relations with. It’s a story of two people who were looking for a s*x buddy but ended up developing a romantic relationship, and now they’re torn about whether or not to continue the relationship.
3. That’s What You Get by Paramore
I believe the subject of this song is falling in love with another person despite the knowledge that the relationship is going to end badly for you. Eventually, your emotions will win out over your rational thinking, and this will result in you getting hurt. However, in some strange way, people enjoy the discomfort because it ensures that they are experiencing something.
4. Won’t Get Fooled Again by The Who
This song has a strong anti-government message throughout. The primary reason for this is that they are implying that a revolution will inevitably take place on a regular basis as a result of governmental corruption.
When people say things like “the marching on the left is now marching on the right,” they are referring to liberals (who traditionally march on the left) making the transition to conservatives (who traditionally march on the right) in order to appease the general population.
They use the phrase “we don’t be tricked again” in a mocking manner since it is inevitable that the general populace will be fooled and have their rights taken away from them right in front of their eyes. This line is a reference to the media and how it fills people’s heads with nonsense and distracts them from what is actually going on in the world. “For I know that the hypnotized never lies,” is a reference to this line.
This line says it all; whoever is in power, regardless of whether they are Democrats or Republicans, they are the same, even though the general public doesn’t seem to notice…. “Meet the new boss, Same as the old boss” They will do so in due time.
5. Get Up, Stand Up by Bob Marley and the Wailers
In this song, Bob Marley talks about hypocrisy in the religious sphere. The poet is of the opinion that people’s religious beliefs should serve to bring them closer together and make it possible for them to coexist peacefully.
Instead, he notes that people debate over the “proper” way to believe (also known as “isms”), and as a result, they end up divided rather than unified in their love of God (“schisms”).
If individuals want their lives to improve, the song encourages them to take active steps toward that goal rather than merely sitting around and waiting for something good to happen. Furthermore, people should not have to hold out until they reach the afterlife.
God is not going to “take away everything and make everybody feel high”; that is, remove all of the suffering and issues, and offer happiness for each one of us. This songwriter views God as “a live man,” and he expects us to carry out his will on our own will. In the context of the church, we should not submit to being put down in any way. No. “Take a stand for what is right!”
It is well known that Marley was an extremely devout individual. If you ask me, however, this song has a welcome lack of religious references throughout it.
6. You Get What You Give by New Radicals
Simply put, this song is about being true to who you are. Not giving up. Even though life can be difficult at times, you shouldn’t worry since things will become better in the future. Also, how many of us have had friends who were also our enemies? At least one of us has done this before.
This guy is just stating that somewhere, a calling is waiting for each and every one of us, and that there is a purpose why we are all here. What a terrible thing it is that this group is no longer active. This was literally the last song that Joni Mitchell liked that was released, and she was a lover of it!