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I used to believe that the man Pancho Villa was really Bon Jovi, because everyone was apparently pronouncing it Bon Jovia because he was mexican.
i used to think the term prima donna was pre-madonna, and thought that when somebody used that term to describe someone, it meant that the person acted or looked like Madonna in the early 80's!
I used to think that there were two country singers: A man and a woman. And they both teamed up for all those duets, and had millions upon millions of songs. Two country singers. Well? They all sounded the same to me!
I was born in 1960 and I believed my father was Elvis Presley (he was thin with black hair and he was cool), one day I heard Elvis on the radio and said "there you are" and after some explaining on what I meant, everyone laughed at me and my feelings were hurt but my dad is still cool.
I used to believe that Marilyn Manson and Marilyn Monroe were the same person.
When I was 4 I got a britney spears CD and there was a small hair on the CD, I thought it was britney spears's, and refushed to beleive it was mine.
My dad used to tell me that he used the be Paul from the Beatles.
Years later I found out about the 'Paul is dead conspiracy'.
I'm now looking to sue for lost family royalties.
I used to believe that if you were nearly out of blank printer paper, the best way to get new paper would be to take the last sheet and photocopy it many times.
I also used to believe that a prima donna was someone who aspired to be like Madonna; therefore I remember being very upset whenever someone referred to me as one. I didn't like her teeth.
When I was a little girl, I watched a musicvideo of Kate Bush. After seeing it many, many times, finally my sister said; Don't play it anymore, she will be tired of singing it!
So my sister thought that Kate Bush had to sing the song every time we played it =)
I used to believe that Michael Jackson was actually a woman. I had an entire argument with my sister over whether the person on the screen was male or female and I yelled "But she has long hair!"
i used to belief that everytime anyone plays a song from cassette, radio, anywhere, and the artist sings it live everytime that is why they are so rich, cos they work hard.
I used to think the raper eminem was spelled M&M.
when i was little i used to think that U2 were only shown on BBC2 and UB40 were only on channel 4. fun boy 3 on itv? i dunno.
I used to think that when you heard a song on the radio, the musician was actually at the radio station singing it at the time. After Jim Croce died, I couldn't figure out how his song was on the radio!
When I was 9 I thought my dad used to be one of the beatles, because he played their music all the time. Kind of sad when I found out he wasn't; one of my friends told me they live(d) in England, and I lived in Holland.
I thought that Roy Orbison was blind until just a few years ago because he always wore those big, black sunglasses!
I used to think that Madonna was like a really mean person no one liked because of the term Prema-Donna
I was a bit confused
When I was in middle school I thought that Marrilyn Mason was a girl country singer because a friend of mine who listened to country said he listened to Marilyn Mason. I was threrefore totally embaressed when one day in 8th grade someone was saying something about Mason and I said "I don't listen to her because I hate country" My huge mistake was pointed out and I've never been able to live that down.
I used to believe there were two Axl Rose(s) when I was about ten. This was prompted by what I heard as two distictly different but similar enough voices in the song "Sweet Child o' mine". I now understand that they were overdubs! Well, this belief was furthered by the video for the song which Axl constantly goes from being shot in black and white to being shot in color. The transformation of Axl 1 into Axl 2 is most apparent in the "where do we go" part of the video where his voice not only changes, but he has from what I remember, the shakes, as well as an incredible hulk type look on his face as he changes once again from black & white to color along with an evident voice character change....
wouldn't have been great to have to Axl's?
don't let me get started with my nine year old interpretation to the lyrics of "Paradise City"...
I thought my aunt was Tina Turner actually, but she is keeping this as a secret...