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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 most recently added beliefs:



When I was a child, I thought that the Heavy Metal was Satanic music.

Anon
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I saw John Fogarty in concert a few years ago
years ago and he ACTUALLY sang
“There’s a bathroom on the right”
while he sang Bad Moon Rising!
He had this wicked smile on his face
after the song was finished.

Frank Renna
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I used to believe that if you played the guitar dont sing

Anon
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I used to believe when I was a kid that songs were easy to do

David
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I thought "Money for Nothing" by Dire Straits was a fictional advertisement for a store like Best Buy, and that they were trying to get you to buy something more expensive than just a CD with music on it by insulting the artist.

Millionaire
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top belief!

I used to believe that if you played the saxophone, you were automatically evil and/or shady/suspicious

Anon
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I used to think that swing music was called that because you listened to it when playing on the swing set.

Anon
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I used to believe that the lyrics to "Mothers Talk" by Tears for Fears started out "My peaches fall with the change in the weather" but in actuality its "My features form...". It took until like 2016 before I realized this.

creightn
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"California Gurls" by Katy Perry has the lyric "We don't mind sand in our stilettos". When I was 12 I asked my mom what stilettos were and she answered with '"spiky heels". At that time I had dry skin on my heels and I thought that was what stilettos were.

Molly
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Before I knew inner monologues existed, I thought "getting a song stuck in your head" meant seeing the words in your head.

Anon
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