I've noticed titles tend to be analogous to the narratives they entitle. Thematically relevant, character, setting, idea, event, dilemma, and message. Typically one or another is the primary focus of the novel. They're best when they begin introducing tension development.
The Old Man and the Sea, character, setting, theme: man and nature.
Valley of the Dolls, situation emphasis setting, dolls are slang for pills.
Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone, character, setting, and event.
Jacob Wonderbar and the Cosmic Space Kapow, character, setting, event, and tension.
The Corrections, idea, event.
The Sum of All Fears, idea, dilemma, event, theme, message, tension.
Jonathan Livingstone Seagull, character.
Catcher in the Rye, character, event.
"Bring Me Back" suggests character, first person narrator, and nostalgia, and from nostalgia possible idea, dilemma, event, theme and message, and tension development in what seems at first glance three simple words. It's good, in my opinion.
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