When performing a general search using a search engine, place the title in quotation marks so that it only looks for results with that exact word or phrase. Consider using a website specifically for finding songs, such as the homepage for the American Society of Composers, Authors and Publishers or AllMusic.
When typing the name of a song into a search engine such as Google or Bing, use quotation marks around the title of the song. This ensures that the search engine looks for those specific words together and only those words. Searching for a song with a long title without using quotation marks can come up with excessive and non-useful results. Consider adding the name of the artist who recorded the title, especially if you are interested in a specific version of a popular song.
A number of music websites make it easier to search for a song by title, since they are more relevant than a general search engine. The home page for the American Society of Composers, Authors and Publishers, or ASCAP, includes a search function and houses a very large database of musicians and their works. Consider commercial sites, such as AllMusic, that include articles and videos and let you search for songs by titles to find out more about them and the artists involved in recording them. Use a site such as YouTube if you just want to hear a particular song rather than learn more about it.