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Various song titles have been confirmed only by reliable insiders and sources without proof. The following is a list of titles that have not leaked and are not registered on song repertoires.
- Animal Crackers | Melanie Martinez & Jennifer Decilveo
- Bike Ride | Melanie Martinez
- Bubble Boy | Melanie Martinez
- Croquet | Melanie Martinez
- Headphones | Melanie Martinez
- Lost & Found | Melanie Martinez & Michael Keenan
- Memories | Melanie Martinez
- Shadow Puppets | Melanie Martinez & Jennifer Decilveo
- Sophomore | Melanie Martinez
- Toy Chest | Melanie Martinez
- Valerie | Melanie Martinez
- Zippers | Melanie Martinez
- In 2015, a fan asked on Tumblr what titles Melanie considered naming her debut album. Melanie responded that some of the original album titles were "Animal Crackers", "Coloring Book" and "Toy Chest". Since "Coloring Book" is a real song, "Animal Crackers" and "Toy Chest" could potentially be real songs as well.
- On May 14th, 2021, "Animal Crackers" was confirmed by an insider on SoundCloud, along with "Seesaw" and "Shadow Puppets". "Seesaw" later leaked.
- It is rumored "Animal Crackers" samples "Animal Crackers in My Soup" by Shirley Temple since Melanie said she was inspired by this song.
- "Lost & Found" was mentioned by many reliable insiders on Discord. It is said to be the fourth and final outtake of After School.
- Another reliable insider confirmed the titles "Bike Ride", "Headphones", "Memories", "Sophomore", and "Zippers". All of these titles are confirmed to be K-12 outtakes.
- "Sophomore" was confirmed multiple times by insiders.
- It's rumored that "Zippers" was a working title for "Gluestick".
- "Bubble Boy", "Croquet" and "Valerie" were confirmed by a reliable insider on Discord. They were said to be pre-Cry Baby and Cry Baby songs.
- "Croquet" and "Valerie" were later reconfirmed by another reliable insider on Discord. It was stated that "Valerie" is thematically similar to "A Million Men" and is a rough concept demo.
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