Randy Meisner's 1981 solo hit "Hearts On Fire" should have been titled "(I've Been) Aching From Desire". Or at least "Her Heart's On Fire", as the title implies a plural of hearts, instead of the word with an apostrophe S, meaning "heart is on fire", which is how it is used in the lyrics. Bryan Adams makes this same faux pas in his 1987 hit of the same title (which could have been alleviated by entitling it "This Heart's On Fire".
That song kicked off a masterpiece called the Top 80 of 1973, constructed by Ken Martin. 🙂
By the way, I did look it up and reportedly songwriter Norman Whitfield considered what he wrote to be a Masterpiece (hence, the title--although the lyrics have nothing to do with the title).
Lyrically, "In the Ghetto" would have probably been the most appropriate sounding title, but that was taken a few years earlier by Elvis Presley--and Mac Davis, who wrote Elvis' hit.
Regarding current hits, Lil Nas X's "That's What I Want" was mentioned; it was preceded by "Industry Baby" (with Jack Harlow) which, if you think titles should clearly allude to hooks, would have been better called "On the Road", "(I Told You) Long Ago", or "I Got What they Waitin' For".