I swear I heard a Disney Channel/Radio Disney song where the chorus was a repeated “Damn it”
Instead of "Talk to me, boy", I thought the song "Rock Your Body" by Justin Timberlake contained the line "Dr. McCoy".
I used to think that the lyric in Deck the Halls was "'tis the season tube-ey, jolly." Tube-ey as in another word for tubular.
The song "My Country 'Tis of Thee" contains a phrase "Of thee I sing." I thought, when I first heard it (and sang it, along with however many other 5-year-olds) I thought that "My Country Tizzaly" contained the phrase "Of V.I.C," and I had no idea what V.I.C. stood for.
I thought the line in Papa Roach- Last Resort that says "Would it be wrong would it be right, if I took my life tonight? Chances are that I might" actually said "Chances are dynamite". I figured it meant he was going to blow himself up with dynamite.
For a long time I thought the song "I'm Too Sexy" by Right Said Fred was saying "I'm a martyr, you know what I mean", instead of "I'm a model, you know what I mean". I didn't question it for ages, as I just figured some people would find it sexy if someone was willing to suffer for their beliefs.
When, I was a child I used to think like many children , I would become a famous singer . I was rehearsing to do shows . I thought , when I was singing (especially whith a broom) , that I was recording songs . wich would be permformed at the eurovision or in night clubs . one time i investigatye myself so much that I felt dizzy so I went to the hospital . but as my family can hear sometimes , I ain't an opera singer or anything .
When I was a kid and the song "Date Rape" by Sublime came on the radio my dad would turn it off immediately. I didn't get why, so I asked my dad what it was about, and he just vaguely said "Someone doing inappropriate things on dates" (I guess he didn't want me to know what rape was since I was only like 8 at the time.) Anyway, because his description was so vague, I just thought it was about a guy with bad manners, and didn't get why he was so worried about me hearing it.
There's a line in Donna Lewis's "I love you always forever" that says "You've got the most unbelievable blue eyes I've ever seen". Up until recently, I thought she was saying "the most stumbling blue eyes I've ever seen". I figured Stumbling meant something similar to "stunning" in this context
When I was a kid and I watched The Powerpuff Girls, I used to mishear the credits theme's line "Bubbles, she is the joy and the laughter" as "Bubbles, she likes to play with the water". Not too bad? Well, I misheard "Buttercup, and she's the toughest fighter" as "Buttercup, and she's a topless spider".
And this isn't something I misheard, but my friend said she misheard "Blossom, commander and the leader" as "Blossom, she really is the leader".