The applicant should provide the current title of the work in the box that appears on the Title screen. The U.S. Copyright Office will accept a “working title,” even if it is not expected to be the title of the work when it is distributed to the public. See Preregistration of Certain Unpublished Copyright Claims, 70 Fed. Reg. 61,905, 61,906 (Oct. 27, 2005).
If the work is a musical composition or sound recording that will be published in an album, the applicant should provide the title of the album on the Title screen. The titles of the individual songs and/or tracks (if they are known) should be provided on the Additional Title(s) screen.