Here's one that's kind of indirect: Led Zeppelin's "Black Dog" includes the line "watch your honey drip, can't keep away". Later Zep's Robert Plant and Jimmy Page briefly formed the Honeydrippers, who had two top 40 hits.
I've always assumed that was the origin of the band's name. although I think I recall reading that Zep borrowed the 'honey drip' line from an old blues song.
Here's an obscure one for you -- in 1995, a group called Yaki-Da hit the R&R top 40 with I Saw You Dancing. The group's name is repeated throughout the song.
Nice mention - I bought that CD single in summer 1995, and still have it. When I first heard the song on the radio, I thought it was Ace Of Base. Turns out, there is a connection, as Jonas "Joker" Berggren wrote the song.