1. Set the World on Fire- Why does everyone want to burn up the world? 2. Fire and Ice - Yeah, opposites, we learned that in 2nd grade. 3. Eye of the Storm - Cool metaphor, but please, no more. 4. Break Away- I prefer to be told to stand and fight, much more inspiring 5. Calling My Name- If it was someone specific, this would be cool, but usually the lyricist is hearing voices. Is this common among musicians? 6. Into the Blue- Artension was pretty literal when they did an "Into the Blue", talking about flying jets, but most of the time when this title is used it's pretty abstract. 7. Back to Hell- Who let you out? 8. The Key- This should actually be #1. Lots of keys going around. 9. Signs- Lots of signs too. I preferred the Beatles more literal take on it. I don't consider a song title overused if it's literally what the song is about, it's more the overuse of metaphors that gets annoying in metal. 10. Never Again- Disturbed used this title for a song about the Holocaust. In any other context it's just overdone. 11. Rain- Okay, all genres are guilty of overusing this one. 12. Revelations- Thou Shalt Not Re-use Iron Maiden classic song titles. And why can't we get a song about some of the other Biblical books? Someone should write a song about Amos. 13. Thousand Points of Light- Thou Shalt Not Use George Bush slogans as song titles. 14. End of the World- Enough about the end of the world! I want a Big Bang song! 15. The Curse- Just tired. 16. Jerusalem- What, Tel Aviv gets no love? 17. Sacrifice- Yawn. 18. Wasted Time- yes, I'd say so. 19. Fairytale- It's become a power metal staple. 20. Freedom- I don't want to hear a song about freedom again unless it's a song about Captain America. Anyone else have any?