I used to think bands or singers could be sued for plagiarism if they coincidentally had a song that was too similar to one by another artist, but not as a cover!
At one point, I believed that Lauren Mayberry was future me, but I'd got a hold of a time machine, and came back to the time when I was the age I believed this.
I think that I thought that Fergie from The Black Eyed Peas was Gloria from Madagascar.
I always thought that Beyonce's 'All The Single Ladies' was about drawing circles around the toys you liked in the catalogue. It didn't help that my parents called the action of drawing a circle around an image in a catalogue 'ringing'.
"If you liked it, then you should have put a ring on it"
When I was little, when the band Years And Years emerged, I thought that the radio said that they were playing a song from 'years and years [ago]'. Being a kid who only liked new songs, I would switch over whenever they'd play. When I heard 'King' on the radio regularly though, I was surprised because I thought it was an old song.
In 'Call Me Maybe', I misheard 'Ripped jeans skin' as 'Rich cheese skin'.
In Kesha's Tik Tok, I thought she was saying "The party don't start 'till our work ends'.
I used to think the song Wind the Bobbin Up was Wind the Bobbinut and wondered what a bobbinut was meant to be.
For some reason I thought the song Admiral which sounds like Atomic Kittens I Want Your Love had lyrics that went 'at first we sail our karumba, and then set sail into the sea'. I guess I just made it up without realising because I have looked it up and never found those exact lyrics.
Ever since the first time I heard the song “Fast car” By Tracy Chapman, I thought that it was sung by a teenage boy. years later I was shocked to find out Tracy Chapman was actually a woman