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I used to think it was 'Everywhere you go, always take a weapon with you' instead of 'always take the weather with you' in that song by Crowded House

Mafi
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For a long time i thought the song 'take my breath away' was 'take my bread nowhere' only recently did i figure it out...

Anon
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Dexy's Midnight Runners. Always heard "come on Eileen oh I swear unto thee" as "oh you swear on TV". Because nobody ever swore on TV, so that would be an outrageous thing to do.

too young, not religious enough
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I used to think "Dashing through the snow in a one horse open sleigh..." was "Dashing through the snow in a one horse soap and sleigh..." and my dad didn't miss the opportunity to humiliate me about it, either. LOL.

Lisa
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My daughter told me last year, at age 14, that when she was younger she thought the lyrics to "Winter Wonderland" were....... "Later on we'll EXPIRE, as we dream by the fire...."

Kath
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Another One Bites The Dust - Queen

Another one rides the bus
Another one ride the bus
And another one's gone
And another one's gone
And another one rides the bus

MaryKate
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I used to think the lyrics to Dancing Queen by Abba were "you can dance, you can die, having the time of your life." I used to remember thinking that although dancing was fun I wouldn't want to die from doing it too much

Jord
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I, too, sang "every time you go away, you take a piece of meat with you."

In "Got my Mind Set On You" by George Harrison, I used to sing it "Oh, God, my mom sat on you", and could never figure out why it was gonna take plenty of money to do it right.

My mom thought that "Never gonna Give You Up" by Rick Astley went "Man, I'm gonna give you up, Man I'm gonna let you down, Man I'm gonna run around and desert you." I was 15 when I finally figured out why she always wanted me to change that "hateful" song when it came on the radio.

Maria
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Years ago the group Simple Minds released a song called "Alive and Kicking". I could've sworn they were singing 'I love my kitchen'.

toon
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My sister used to sing Kylie's "cheese on my pillow", somehow tears works better.

Tom
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Yrs ago, when David Bowies Starman came out, when he sings the line...pick him upon channel two, I thought he was singing...picking my bum......channel two

Anon
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When I first heard Stawberry Fields Forever, I misheard the lyrics as Strawberry Fields For Trevor.

Matt
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I have two after reading some of the other entries. Same songs, different misheard lyrics. First is the song by Neil Diamond called "Forever in Blue Jeans". I thought it was "A River in Blue Jeans". 'Nuff said...
The second is Huey Lewis' "I Want a New Drug". In that song he says, "...the old boy may be barely breathing..." I used to think he was saying, "the oboe may be barely breathing."

Lisa
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In Benny and the Jets by Elton John, I always thought the line 'He's got eletric boots and a mohair suit' was 'She's got electric boobs and her mom has, too.' As a kid, I kept wondering what electric boobs could possibly look like, and what kind of sad genetic defect it was that could affect a whole family. The REALLY funny thing is that without really talking about it, my sister misinterpreted the same line the same way. What a warped family I come from

Lisa in Colorado
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I thought the Beatle's song "I wanna hold your hand" went "I wanna colder hand" And I thought how awful it was that they were criticizing their girlfriends' hands.

Anon
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Lyrics to Prince's "When Dove's Cry"

Original: "Maybe I'm just like my mother, she's never satisfied..."

What I heard (and sang alound): "Maybe I'm just like my mother, she never sat inside..."

ErkTheViking
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In the Prince song which goes
"I will die for you"

I always used to think it said
"Yabba Dabba Do"

So I just thought that Prince had a thing for Fred Flintstone or something

Chelsea
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In the song "Youth of the Nation" by P.O.D, in the part where they say, "We are we are...the youth of the naaation!" I used to think it was, "We are we are...the euthanaaaasia!" It made sense to me because as they were a hard rock band, they would sing songs about killing people...

Katie
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I thought the beatles' lyric "I'll give you everything I've got for a little peice of mind" was "I'll give you everything I've got for a little peice of pie." I always wondered why he wanted pie so much.

Anon
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I used to think the lyrics to Row Row Your Boat were " life is butter dream" it wasn't until I was about 12 that I realised it was "but a".

Kirsty
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