In today's xkcd, a list of
The relevant bit of the song goes like this:
Those who have had a lesson in accentual-syllabic metrics will recognize the pattern as trochaic tetrameter, with the added requirement that the line have the right shape for a Wikipedia article title. Well, and also actually be a Wikipedia article title.
I'm not sure how Randall compiled his list, but needless to say, it's incomplete — a bit of thought turns up Broken Arrow, Oklahoma and Crescent City, California, among many other place names; Harold Goodwin (English Actor) among many other PERSON (OCCUPATION) combinations; and so on.
But given how common two-syllable words with initial stress are in English, trochaic tetrameter seems to be relatively uncommon among Wikipedia titles.
Update — as AJD points out in the comments, we should perhaps worry about a new epidemic of trochee fixation.