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The song "Bad Moon On The Rise" is actually "bathroom on the right"

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When I heard "Don't Come Out Tonight(Bad Moon on the Rise), I thought they were saying Bathroom on the Right.

helen.sellers
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There's a bad moon on the rise = There's a bathroom on the right

Anon
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When I was younger, I thought that in the chorus of "There's a Bad Moon on the Rise", that the man was singing "There's a bathroom on the right". It always seemed rather pretentious that the man automatically assumed that the woman was staying with him and needed to use the restroom.

Piper
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creedence clearwater revival..i was totally convinced they sang "theres a bathroom on the right" rather than "theres a bad moon on the rise"

Anon
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When i was little we were listening to the song, "There's A Bad Moon" something something...i forgot it's name XD

But anyway, my whole family was singing it, and i yelled out, "THERES A BATHROOM ON THE RIGHT!" and everyone looked at me. -_-

Choo Choo Chan
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When I was young the Creedance Clearwater Revival song that says "There's a bad moon out tonight", I thought it said there's a bathroom on the right!:)

granny
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As a child, I thought the lyrics to CCR's Bad Moon Risin were "there's a bathroom on the right" instead of "there's a bad moon on the rise." It made perfect sense to me - we always listened to CCR on family road trips.

Katie
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I used to think the song, that goes," There's a bad moon on the rise!" Went," there's a bathroom on the right!"

Strange Child
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The song 'there's a bad moon out to night.' i thought they were saying 'there's a bathroom on the right.'

kim in alabama
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CCR's Bad moon on the Rise, I swear it sounded liket they were singing, "There's a bathroom on the Right"

SMC
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the popular song "there's a bad moon on the rise" always sounded like "there's a bathroom on the right" to me-weird!!

kat
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from bad moon rising... "there is a bad moon on the rise" i always sang "there is a bathroom on the right" till i was about 30 yrs old. CCR

cdj
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When I was little, my mom would play CCR. My favorite song was "bathroom on the right"... later I learned it was "bad moon on the rise". Even now I catch myself singing my old verses!

melissab
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There's this song, I think it's by the Eagles but I'm not sure, and it says "There's a bad moon on the rise". Well I used to think it said, "there's a bathroom on the right". I couldn't figure out what that had to do with anything.

porscad
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top belief!

I know a lot of people believed this but ... I used to believe the CCR song "Bad Moon on the Rise" was "There's a bathroom on the right." I thought they must have had some kind of traumatic experience to write and sing a song about where the bathroom is.

Anne
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