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I used to think Right Said Fred sung 'I'm too sexy for my lamb' instead of 'I'm too sexy for Milan'.
I believed that Justin's line of the song 'Four Minutes' by Madonna was "Keep it up, keep it up, Don't be a Britney, Madonna" referencing Britney's meltdown and how Madonna has to keep on going with her career to avoid a similar fate! I'm still not sure what the real lyrics are.
I still think in the Guns N' Roses song "Welcome to the Jungle" it goes Ya learn ta live like a Dragonball, instead of animal, it still sounds like that to me...
In the song Paradise City, I thought it was Paramount city, because I went to a paramount theme park.
when i was little i was a huge fan of the Sound of Music. And whenever they sang edelweiss, I thought that they where saying little mice
i used to think that the song "Jeanny" by Falco was called "Chile". I even posted an ad in the newspaper that I was looking for the CD "Chile" by Falco.
In "YMCA" my friend used to believe that the line "Young man!" was actually "Gonads!". Her brother never bothered to correct her...
I used to think that a Queen song was a love song to someone named Sammy. You know, "Sammy, Sammy, I can't face this life alone. Sammy, Sammy, Sammy, I'm naked and I'm far from home." My dad finally clued me in that the word was "Save Me".
Don Henley sings "After the boys of summer have gone". I used to think it was "After the poisoned summer had gone".
Anyone remeber the song Convoy? I thought for a long while that roll your truckin' convoy was roll your *uckin' convoy
For ages, I thought the line in 'Free Nelson Mandela' that goes:
'His body abused, but his mind is free'
'His body abused by these mindless freaks.'
My friends and I used to think that in Girls Aloud's song "Biology" instead of "if we party anymore, we'll start a fire of pure desire" it said "if we party anymore, we'll start a fight. I'll kill this guy"
We didn't understand why it was so violent...ha ha
I used to think that the lyrics to REM's Sidewinder Sleeps Tonight were:
Calling Cherly Baker
when it is actually:
Call me when you try to wake her up
in the song: Hey, don't stop the music
I thought it was saying: Hazel's got the music
My daughter teases me about it all the time. Ha ha!
my second mother (my friend mom)
used to belive that in the song rudolph the red nose raindeer it whent olive the raindeer insted of all of the other ranideer.
When my brother and I were little, perhaps first grade, our favorite song was "Rainy Day Women #12 & 35". We were convinced that the line "everybody must get stoned" (and the entire chorus surrounding it) was about medieval times, and used to run around the house shouting those few lines ALL THE TIME. Our parents used to have us stand on top of the piano and sing it frequently when we had guests over, and we never understood why everyone found us so funny!
i had a roomate in college who believed that the midnight oil song where they said "how can we sleep when are beds are burning" they were saying "how can we dance with our ugly cousins"
I always thought that the lyrics of the Beatles song were ‘Ticket to Rye’ when I was young (Rye being a small town in England near where I live), up until when I was about 9 or 10 then I was told it was ‘Ride’, but I recently found out that it seems they were singing Rye after all.. I’m confused now lol
my neice (who is 9 at the present moment) used to love Britney Spears. Me and her mom used to ask her to sing her Fav Britney song and she always chose "OOPS I did it again". But instead of saying
"OOPs I did it again...I played with your heart...got LOST in the game..she said...
"OOPS! I doo dooed again...I played with your heart...Got LUCKED in the game
lmao we never bothered to correct her...it was way too funny!
I always thought that Rockstar by Miley Cyrus said "I could be so flat on your car" and it upset when I heard little kids singing the song!
While singing the Australian Anthem in primary school, I was utterly convinced the first line (actually saying "Australian all let us rejoice") said "Australians all eat ostriches."
I found out otherwise when my teacher overheard my loud singing and pulled me aside to get me in trouble. I was very confused.