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Choose one of the following categories: misheard lyrics, pop stars, songs,or view the best beliefs in this section as voted by visitors. Here are the ten most recently added beliefs:

The song called heart of glass mixed me up as a kid. I heard "Heart and ass".

oops
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I used to think that the Cupid Shuffle was actually the Cuban Shuffle.

Anon
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I used to think that Seven Nation Army was Semination Army.

Anon
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When I was a kid in the song "Boom Boom Pow", I thought the lyrics "Gotta get that" was "Got a kitty cat".

Molly
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When I first heard the song "Feliz Navidad", I had no idea that it's a Spanish phrase, so I thought it was actually something like "At least knock me down"

AnonymynonA
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That Chopin was actually pronounced "chopping", and that Beethoven was pronounced "beet-hoven"

Brianna
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I used to think the name "Lucy" was pronounced "Lussy"(with a short u sound) and that "Linus" was pronounced "Linnus"(with a short i sound). That confused my mom when i asked her for the "Linnus and Lussy" song

a
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I used to believe that swing low sweet chariot was talking about some guy named Jerry-O. I may have read the word chariot but never heard it. Also, I thought "Jordan" referred to my mother's maiden name, not knowing of the river.

jerry o'jordan?
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I thought the lyrics to Changes by David Bowie specifically the second verse "I watch the ripples change their size but never leave the stream of warm impermanence" as "I watch the nipples change their size but never leave the stream, I want another sandwich"

Anon
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I thought until I was 11 years old that it was "Little Miss Muppet, Sat on a tub-pit, eating her Kurds and lye"

one who eats lye and Kurds
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