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A co-worker sent me into gales of laughter when she told me she thought the lyrics in "I Am So Into You" by the Atlanta Rhythm Section were "When you walked into the room, there was doo-doo on the wall"! You should have seen her face turn red when I told her the lyrics were "When you walked into the room, there was voodoo in your vibes".
One time when I was little, I heard someone singing the song "My bonnie lies over the ocean". I thought they were saying "my BUNNY" and imagined a giant humanoid rabbit sadly waving goodbye as she sailed away on a ship.
I heard it through the grapevine...
Not much longer than the pea vine...
(I believed it was comparing vine sizes...)
I thought "a partridge in a pear tree" was actually a cartridge in a pear tree, and I don't know why they would put a cartridge in a tree. I thought "two turtle doves" was a turtle and a dove, making two in total.
I used to think that the song "my Bonnie lies over the ocean" was actually "my body lies over the ocean", about a dead person's ghost singing about his/her floating body :/
Lysics by Anastacia: I paid my dues.
Lyrics as i sang them: I paid my jews.
I just assumed the jews where bankers and she had a debt from an old loan.
Believed this until I was 15...
I thought the song "Karma Police" was actually saying "call the police" before I learned the title
I used to think the Macarena was a counting song and that there was something special about the number 10. I would sing it "one maca two maca...seven maca eight maca nine Macarena Hey Macarena!"
I thought the song Shattered Dreams was acutaly "Shadow Dreams" and wondered what shadow dreams were
My husband told me that when the song Rock Me Amadeus came out that the lyrics were "I'm potatoes I'm potatoes." I guess he used to actually sing it with his friends, who all thought the same thing, on his schoolbus
I used to believe that the song by the monkees that says "take the last train to Clarksville" actually said "take the last Santa Claus sleigh" I didn't realize my mistake until I was well into my teens
When I was little, instead of singing 'Shake it like a polaroid picture' when listening to Hey Ya!, I sang 'Shake it like a bowl of raw pizza'. It's my mums ice breaker whenever she meets my friends/ boyfriends.
The song: Do They Know It's Christmas Time
The lyric: Feed the World....do they know it's Christmas time..
My thought: BEEE A WEEEEEELL. DO THEY KNOW ITS CHRISTMAS TIME
I used to believe that the last line of Row Row Row Your Boat was 'Life is butter dream'.
I thought on the song The Safety Dance by Men Without Hats when they say "we can act real rude and totally removed and I can act like an imbecelle" was actually "we can act real rude and totally removed like an African imbecelle" and was shocked they would put that in a song because it seemed really racist!
In the song 'Boys' by Sabrina, I thought the lyrics were 'Everybody Needs Someone to Love'. instead of 'Everybody, Summertime Love'
So, it turns out that Neil Diamond song ISN'T about a country pastor that goes by the name of "Reverend Blue Jeans."
My mom almost wrecked the car when she heard my sister and me singing along with Helen Reddy: "Yes, I was, but I squeezed up all the paint!"
Turns out she was saying, "Yes, I'm wise, but it's wisdom born of pain." That doesn't sound like near as much fun.
Cutting crew- I just died in your arms tonight...
I just died in your arms tonight, it must have been some kind of cheese. I should have walked away.
Must have been a really pungent stilton.
I don't want to know what the real lyrics are, it'll spoil my the bad stilton experience in my head.
On the show "My Life as a Teenage Robot," there was a song called "The Miki Momo." I was so sure as a kid that it was a direct parody of another song, called "Michi Mombre." I had even heard it in my gym class:
"Mombre, muvva-nuvva, I'm gonna mamba, I'm gonna Michi-michi-michi-michi Mombre, muvva-nuvva...."
What I was ACTUALLY hearing was the song "One Way or Another" by Blondie. For years I thought the song was called "Michi-Mombre" and there was a dance that went along with it, obviously, called the "Michi Mombre Muvva-Nuvva."