Feel free to include some of your favorite ones also!

closed as off-topic by Todd Wilcox, Tetsujin, Dave, Richard, Dom Feb 13 at 15:25

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  • "Questions about transcribing or finding a particular song, including identifying chords, notes, key and time signatures, or similar elements, are off-topic since they are rarely useful to future readers." – Todd Wilcox, Tetsujin, Dave, Dom
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    This is a word identification question, not a music theory or practice question. Please check out english.stackexchange.com for questions like this. – Todd Wilcox Feb 11 at 18:43
  • Thank you! What can I do to put this post in its proper community? – HT0 Feb 11 at 18:54
  • Go to the site that I linked and ask the question again there. There isn't a way for you to move this over to there. – Todd Wilcox Feb 11 at 19:48
  • I'm voting to close this question as off-topic because it is a word request better suited for English.SE. – Richard Feb 12 at 10:11

Commercial jingles? I'm pretty sure that's the term in English... "Advertisement song" would be understood, but "Commercial Jingles" are a real phrase, I believe.

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