The double entendre works, says Ward, whose job includes inventing these combinations and giving them catchy names.
Groovy, catchy, and refreshingly simple, it may be Gaga's most straightforward pop song yet.
The song is tolerable, catchy even, but aperitifs should be required when viewing this video.
It was Beyoncé at her Beyonciest—a catchy dance track as irresistible as “Single Ladies” or “Run the World (Girls).”
It has a catchy title: The Bayit Yehudi—Because Israel is Your Jewish Home.
Then, as the "Y" girls sang a catchy "rag" he was pushed forward and began a nimble clog dance.
This catchy tune in a pleasant key Opened the door to liberty.
And—I say—if any catchy tunes suggest themselves as you go along, you might just jot them down, you know.
He found nothing, and his catchy breathing lengthened to sighs.
There was a catchy French love song, "Marie," which was a great favorite with the boys.
Seizing attention or admiration; attractive: You need a really catchy logo (1830s+)