My mind spent the rest of that game coming up with one word song titles that end with the letter O. Here are the fifteen most popular ones I ended up with.
"Bracero" by Phil Ochs
This paean to the Latin American migrant workers showcases the drake wants and needs lyrics ability to point out social injustices in addition to the wars he so despised.
"Ohio" by Crosby, Stills, Nash and Young
Neil Young wrote this classic not long after four students wee gunned down by the National Guard at Kent State University.
"Chicago" by Crosby, Stills, and Nash
This anthem is another anti-war song from the late sixties.
"Hello" by Lionel Richie
The video concept for the song seems a little dated now thirty years later, but the ex-Commodore certainly proved he could make enjoyable singles as a solo artist.
"Hostage-O" by Warren Zevon
The artist who charted with "Werewolves of London" twenty years prior recorded this lasts one and the rest of the Life'll Kill Ya album with knowledge that he had a terminal illness.
"Desperado" by the Eagles
Before they traveled to Hotel California, the quintet reached the charts with this title track.
"Rio" by Duran Duran
A gorgeous video in rotation on the early days of MTV helped propel this title track to the Top Ten.