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The Beatles song "Ticket to Ride" always came out "She's got a tick in her eye."
Ya'know the song Lonely by Akon, well I just realized a few days ago that the lyrics are "I've got nobody, and I'm all on my own." I always thought they were "I've got no body", as in a head without a body.....
Blind Melon's "No Rain"---
"You know I'd like to keep my chi extracted, eh." instead of "You know I'd like to keep my cheeks dry today." Still hear it every time.
Until I was about 16, I though Huey Lewis's "The Heart of Rock and Roll" said "The OBOE may be barely breathing" as opposed to "old boy." I still hear oboe when I listen to it.
When I was little I thought that Madonna was singing "Cereal Girl" instead of "Material Girl". I though it was a song about cherriohs.
I used to think that in the song "Tiny Dancer" the lyrics were "Hold me closer Tony Danza"
In "Song 2" by Blur the first line is "I got my head checked, by a jumbo jet" for a long time I thought it was "I got my head shaved, by a chimboche" I thought chimboche was some Indian tribe or something
I believed the lyrics to "Show me the meaning of being lonely" by the Backstreet Boys was "show me the meaning of being long-legged."
I thought Mary Black's song "Columbus" was not saying " You dream of Columbus" but "You dream of plumbers ( streched out to three syllables to fit the cadence of the song) till I found out the song's name
I thought in the song "First and Last and Always" by Sisters of Mercy the first line was " I see her body and I dream of the dentist" (instead of the correct "dead days") I figure for some people dreaming of the dentist would be more scary than the dead days!
I used to believe that the lyrics to Metallica's "Sad but True" actually said "Sad Patrol" and envisioned a cop-like patrol of people set out to spread sadness.
I used to believe that the Garth Brooks country song "sail my vessel" actually said "I will sell my vests" and was about "making it through the mall."
When I was 3 or 4 I thought that "Smells Like Teen Spirit" by Nirvana said "My Potato" instead of "My Libido"
When I was about 5 I used to think that the song "Another one bites the dust" by Queen was about dust bunnies that needed to be swept up in the corner.
As a child, I thought the song "The farmer in the dell" was instead "The farmer AND the dell". I knew what a farmer was from the time I first remember hearing it. But I spent a lot of time wondering what kind of occupation one would have if one were a "dell", before I finally learned the real lyrics and what a dell actually is.
For years and years I used to think that the song 'Creep' by Radiohead contained the lyrics 'I'm a creep, I'm a widow', rather than 'I'm a creep, I'm a weirdo'.
for several years as a kid, i firmly believed that these were the words to a few country songs...
She walked in Leaches, that cheyenne (Beaches of Cheyenne)
She think's I can go Kaboom (She thinks i can rope the moon)
in "Shoulda been a cowboy", I though he was wearing a sex shooter (and never sang the lyrics for fear of getting in trouble by my mom) when he really had a six-shooter (as any good cowboy would)...
My mom still makes fun of me to this day (I'm 24 and married...and yes, she's told my husband)
When I heard the Beatles song Help with the lyrics, "and I do appreciate you comin round," I literally imagined a person who was a round ball, kind of like Violet turning into a blueberry in Willy Wonka.
When I heard the Stone Roses song I Wanna Be Adored as a little I thought it was I Wanna Be A Dog
I used to think in "I'm still waiting" by Diana Ross, the line which goes "I put him off with lies, he could see i had no eyes" was actually "I put him off at last, he could see I had no arse"