A song title can definitely effect what you're expecting to hear. Let's face it, "Seek & Destroy" was never going to be a ballad. The following titles won't give you a clue as to what the song's really about, they never get around to actually singing it and frankly, we wouldn't have it any other way.

"Baba O'Riley" by The Who. Arguably the best opening track on any album ever made. Meher Baba and Terry O'Riley were the names of two of Pete Townshend's most revered influences. Call this track "Teenage Wasteland" and we'll sit you in a corner for days...

"Subterranean Homesick Blues" by Bob Dylan. Zimmy's got lots of these: intriguing titles that challenge you to explore what it is that's really on his mind. We're fans of "Positively 4th Street" and "Just Like Tom Thumb's Blues" too, but this is our fave, no doubt, thanks in part to the beyond-classic video:

"Bohemian Rhapsody" by Queen. This one breaks all the rules. Is it too long? Are there way too many changes in the music? Is it even really a song? Well, there's hook after hook after hook after hook and of course, it works just perfectly. Probably Freddie's crowning achievement (pun intended).

"Space Oddity" by David Bowie. How about Chandler singing it on camera in a "Friends" episode or astronaut Chris Hadfield giving us a rendition live from the International Space Station? There's no other track in classic rock that can make a claim like that.

"A Day In The Life" by The Beatles. For lots of their stuff you can make an educated guess as to what the song's about by the title. Shoot, you could even say that they perfected that! With thanks to John (with thanks to Dylan), they graduated to another level on this one which was never officially a single actually...

"Black Dog" by Led Zeppelin. All right, look we know that close to one-third of Zep's entire catalog is made up of "misleading" titles. "Immigrant Song", "Fool In The Rain", "Out On The Tiles", we can go on and on but "Dog" just feels like the one that represents what they did best.

Now it's your turn....