Spot The Real Fall Out Boy Song Titles

by Amanda Flinner

By the time Fall Out Boy released their third studio album, Infinity On High, their record label was fed up with the pop-punk band's penchant for long and winding song titles. In a wry attempt to appease the masters, bassist/lyricist Pete Wentz removed all the vowels from the single once titled "Thanks For The Memories" and created the hit "Thnks Fr Th Mmrs." That's the myth, anyway.

One thing's for sure, Fall Out Boy's catalog isn't short on quirky song titles, some more verbose than others. Can you identify the real ones?
Here's our full list of Fall Out Boy Songfacts entries
Also: Spot The Real Red Hot Chili Peppers Song Titles
January 14, 2021
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