My Theme: Tips and Inspirational Quotes for Writers
Did you know that any song published after 1923 is not in the public domain? Therefore if you are quoting song lyrics in your novel, especially if you use them to create an atmosphere, introduce it as a main scene or go so far as quoting more than a few words from the song, you may be breaking all kinds of copyright laws and you could have major music publishers or collection agencies on your door demanding money or a letter from the copyright owner's lawyer!
You might use song lyrics in all innocence but be warned - you need to seek permission from the appropriate bodies and that ignorance of the law is no excuse.
This is one of the better sites I've found to explain your position as a writer: http://www.thebookdesigner.com/2015/03/how-to-use-lyrics-without-paying-a-fortune-or-a-lawyer/
The title of a song, or book, come to that are fine. Make up your own lyrics if you must have some!