Jingle

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Jingle

In marketing, a short song with lyrics intended to become "stuck in one's head." The jingle emphasizes the quality, price, and/or desirability of a product. Jingles evolved gradually, but originated with the invention of the radio in the 20th century.
References in classic literature ?
He went to the piano and jingled out a little Grieg.
For the last time," he went on, as his keys jingled back into his pocket.
Once up town and in the pawnshop, Uncle Sam seemed thoroughly versed in the value of the medals, and Billy jingled a handful of silver in his pocket as they walked out.
Under the stern awning bearded Jackson jingled an old guitar and sang, with an execrable accent, Spanish love-songs; while young Hollis and I, sprawling on the deck, had a game of chess by the light of a cargo lantern.
And for a time the walls of St Stephen's, with its towers and pinnacles, contemplated in immobility and silence a cab that jingled.
The cab rattled, jingled, jolted; in fact, the last was quite extraordinary.
Full twenty times, the rioters, headed by one man who wielded an axe in his right hand, and bestrode a brewer's horse of great size and strength, caparisoned with fetters taken out of Newgate, which clanked and jingled as he went, made an attempt to force a passage at this point, and fire the vintner's house.
He was out of breath by that time, as he might well be, and his heart seemed to jerk faster than the little shop-bell, as it quivered and jingled behind him with his hasty shutting of the door.