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Old 08-06-2015, 11:34 AM
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YOUR misheard lyrics


There are a lot of well-known mondegreens. 'Scuse me while I kiss this guy' and 'Wrapped up like a douche' come immediately to mind.

This thread is not for those.

This thread is for lyrics that you, personally, have misheard. Not what other people have misheard; what you have misheard. Granted, you've probably misheard the well-known ones. If so, then go ahead and post them -- just as long as you, yourself, heard the song and misheard the lyrics. For example, I misheard the line in Games Without Frontiers as 'She's so pop-ular!'

The ones I think of, that I, myself, misunderstood, come from childhood. When you're five years old, you don't have the database to figure things out.

Go-Go Gophers
Lyric: 'Colonel, he vowed these two soon disappear.'
Heard: 'Colonel's a doggie too. Soon disappear.'

Green Acres
Lyric: 'Times Square!'
Heard: 'Down Scrown!' (Makes no sense, but that's what it sounded like to me.)
<and>
Lyric: 'Good bye, city life!'
Heard: 'Good bye to your life!'

Gilligan's Island
Lyric: 'From seven stranded castaways'
Heard: 'From Chevron-Standard castaways'
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Old 08-06-2015, 12:11 PM
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I think the "Games Without Frontiers" one is pretty common.

I have a million of these. In fact just yesterday I discovered the "real" lyrics to a song I've known for years, but for the life of me right now I can't remember which song! Anyway, others include:

"Desperado" (The Eagles)
Lyric: "You've been outriding fences for so long now."
Heard: "You've been out, riding fences, for so long now." (As a kid I always wondered what "riding fences" was!)

"Carefree Highway" (Gordon Lightfoot)
Lyric: "Carefree highway..."
Heard: "Every highway..."

"Summer Breeze" (Seals & Crofts)
Lyric: "...blowing through the jasmine in my mind."
Heard: "...blowing through the jazz man in my mind."
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Old 08-06-2015, 12:19 PM
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Lyric: "... a tired song keeps playing on a tired radio ..."
Heard "... Italian song keeps playing on Italian radio ..."
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"Desperado" (The Eagles)
Lyric: "You've been outriding fences for so long now."
Heard: "You've been out, riding fences, for so long now." (As a kid I always wondered what "riding fences" was!)
I think what you heard was actually right!

I'm pretty sure your confusion is due to some sort of mistranscription; "riding fences" is what cowboys and ranch hands do to make sure there aren't any breaks in the fences that surround the ranch or pasture. Basically it's long, boring and tedious, and more or less solitary.

And it makes sense as a lyric in the context of the song...
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Old 08-06-2015, 01:11 PM
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I apparently have Elton John aphasic syndrome, because I can barely understand any of what he sings. I guess the dumbest ones would be:

"I can't find no more of your Augie-Dog-ness"
which in reality is, "I can't light no more of your darkness"


Also, "I can't find oh the rock almighty climb"
which is actualy, "I can't find, ah, the right romantic line"

Also, "But these cups I have, oh I would love to have my me"
which is actually, "But these cuts I have, oh I need love to help them heal"

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Old 08-06-2015, 01:18 PM
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I apparently have Elton John aphasic syndrome, because I can barely understand any of what he sings.
I'm not a big enough Elton John fan to know which songs those are (except the first one), but here's a line from Funeral For A Friend that I misheard when it came out:

Lyric: 'Love lies bleeding in my hands'
Heard: "Love that feeling in my hands'
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Old 08-06-2015, 01:23 PM
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"Stairway to Heaven (Led Zep)"

Lyric: "...And as we wind on down the road..."
Heard: "...And there's a wino down the road..."
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Old 08-06-2015, 01:26 PM
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Old 08-06-2015, 01:28 PM
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"Memories" by Elvis Presley

Lyric: "...of holding hands, and red bouquets..."
Misheard: "...of holding hands, and rat bouquets..."

Ew.
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Old 08-06-2015, 01:35 PM
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"Stronger" by Inez:

Misheard: "Halfway up, feels like a winged dong..."
Real: "Halfway up, feels like goING down..."
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Old 08-06-2015, 01:35 PM
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Do, a deer from The Sound of Music

Lyric: "Tea, a drink with jam and bread"
Heard: "Team a drink with Jan and Fred"
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I always thought AC/DC were doing "dirty deeds in a Dunder Jeep." Like a "Dunder Jeep" was a type of Jeep, like a Rubicon or Wrangler, and they're driving around in it causing trouble.

The Sheepdogs sing "I don't know" but I hear "hot tub love."
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Old 08-06-2015, 01:38 PM
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Warning: Once you hear the lyrics my way, you may never be able to hear the "correct" lyrics again.

This is a lyric that I MUST be getting wrong, but I always hear the same, presumably incorrect, lyric no matter how many times I hear it.

From "Intergalactic" by the Beastie Boys:

Your knees start shakin' and your fingers pop
Like a pinch on the neck from Mr. Spock


...is what the lyrics have to be.

But what I always hear is...

Your knees start shakin' and your fingers pop
Like a pinch from the neck of Mr. Spock


...which is pretty unlikely, unless you think Mr. Spock's neck can pinch people.
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Old 08-06-2015, 01:42 PM
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"They call me Mellow Yellow..(quite right, Slick) (Donovan)

Medieval Woman. (ELO)
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Old 08-06-2015, 01:48 PM
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Michael Jackson's"Wanna Be Startin' Something":

Real: Mammase mammasa ma makousa
Me: Imma sing on the side of a mountaintop
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Old 08-06-2015, 02:00 PM
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Here's a recent one for you: from Taylor Swift's Blank Space.

She sings:
Got a long list of ex-lovers.
They'll tell you I'm insane.


I heard:
Got to go to Starbuck's, lover.
They'll tell you I'm insane.
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Old 08-06-2015, 02:09 PM
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Jim Croce's gorgeous ballad Lover's cross:

'Cause now it seems that you wanted a martyr
Just a regular guy wouldn't do
But baby I can't hang upon no lover's cross for you


For years I heard the first line as

'Cause now it seems that you wanted a mother

which never made much sense to me...........
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Old 08-06-2015, 02:31 PM
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There are a lot of well-known mondegreens. 'Scuse me while I kiss this guy' and 'Wrapped up like a douche' come immediately to mind.



Green Acres
Lyric: 'Times Square!'
Heard: 'Down Scrown!' (Makes no sense, but that's what it sounded like to me.)
<and>
Lyric: 'Good bye, city life!'
Heard: 'Good bye to your life!'

Gilligan's Island
Lyric: 'From seven stranded castaways'
Heard: 'From Chevron-Standard castaways'
Green Acres was a tough one for me too.

Lyric: Land spreadin' out so far and wide
Heard: Land spreadin' now, lotsa far a wide
Lyric: "Darling I love you but give me Park Avenue"
Heard: "Darling I love you but give me back avenue"

Don't ask me what I thought "Times Square!" was supposed to be. I would assume a big part of the problem is Ms. Gabor's accent except Gilligan'/s Island was also a little jumbled to me.

Lyric: ". . .that started from this tropic port aboard this tiny ship
Heard:". . .that started from this tropic shore aboard this tiding ship
Lyric: The mate was a mighty sailing lad
Heard:The mate was a mighty sailing man

Lyric: They'll have to make the best of things, it's an uphill climb
Heard:They'll have to make the best of things, it's enough to climb
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The Grateful Dead
Truckin'

Misheard: Errol's an' me are out flashing our keys out on Main Street
Actual: Arrows of neon and flashing marquees out on Main Street

I just imagined that Mr. Natural's first name was Errol and he and Jerry had that laid-back walk down Main Street swinging their key chains. Didn't matter which city, they are all the same (well, not Houston, it's too close to New Orleans--only 350 miles).

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Old 08-06-2015, 02:39 PM
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Hall & Oates -

Lyrics: "Oh-oh here she comes. Watch out boy, she'll chew you up"
Heard: "Oh-oh bushy kong. Watch out boy, she'll chew you up"

????
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Old 08-06-2015, 02:44 PM
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I always thought AC/DC were doing "dirty deeds in a Dunder Jeep."
For me it was 'Dirty Deeds and the Thundercheif'.
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Old 08-06-2015, 02:47 PM
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Lyric: They'll have to make the best of things, it's an uphill climb
Heard:They'll have to make the best of things, it's enough to climb
Same here.
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Old 08-06-2015, 02:49 PM
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Lyric: The mate was a mighty sailing lad
Heard:The mate was a mighty sailing man
The mate was a mighty sailing man is correct.
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Old 08-06-2015, 02:57 PM
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The mate was a mighty sailing man is correct.
The lyrics site I looked at said "lad" so I just figured I'd add that to the other lines I got wrong. "Mighty sailing man" doesn't exactly describe Gilligan, but then "mighty" doesn't really go with "lad", so who knows.
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Old 08-06-2015, 03:05 PM
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The lyrics site I looked at said "lad" so I just figured I'd add that to the other lines I got wrong. "Mighty sailing man" doesn't exactly describe Gilligan, but then "mighty" doesn't really go with "lad", so who knows.
You can't always trust those sites. I came across one once that claimed the lyrics to the F Troop theme were:

His medal of honor thrilled and pleased
his proud little fam'ly group.
While pinning it on, some blood was shed,
and so it was planned he'd command
F Troop.


That ruins the rhyme scheme. Of course, it should be:

His medal of honor pleased and thrilled
his proud little fam'ly group.
While pinning it on, some blood was spilled,
and so it was planned he'd command
F Troop.
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For me it was 'Dirty Deeds and the Thundercheif'.
Me too... I always wondered just what in the world they were talking about.
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The first couple of times I heard Yes sing Owner of a Lonely Heart, I was sure that I was hearing Shooting at a Lonely Horse.
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The song Running With The Devil by Van Halen? I thought it was a song about a lonely soldier singing about the loneliness and pain of war or maybe one of the guys on the old TV show MASH.

"I got no love ... no love in Korea. Ain't got nobody waiting at home!"


Also, the song Kodachrome by Paul Simon has the lyrics: "Momma's gonna take my Kodachrome away." But to me it says: "Momma's gonna take my combs and throw 'em all away."

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Eve 6, "Inside Out"

Lyric: Want to put my tender
Heart in a blender


Heard: Want to put my tenders
Hard in a blender


At a metaphorical level those amount to the same thing, I guess, but my version was a lot more painful.
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Elton John, "Saturday Night's Alright for Fighting":

Lyric: Don't give us none of your aggravation, we've had it with your discipline
Heard: ...we've had it with your Death Star plans.
Also heard: ...we've had it with you, just start playin'.

England Dan and John Ford Coley, "I'd Really Love To See You Tonight":

Lyric: But there's a warm wind blowin', the stars are out...
Heard: But there's a warm wind blowin' the stars around...

Frankly, I like my version of the latter better than the real one

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In Come a Little Bit Closer... not the Jay & the Americans version, but in the cover by Johnny Duncan & Janie Frickie... I heard the line "Man, you know you're in trouble plenty" as "Man, you know you're in trouble, Blimpie." I still do.

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Old 08-06-2015, 04:14 PM
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"They call me Mellow Yellow..(quite right, Slick) (Donovan)
I just had to look this up because what you heard was exactly what I've heard forever.
I didn't believe when I read the lyric was "quite rightly" so I had to listen for myself. The guy had a horrible pronunciation of "rightly".
What should be either rye-tlee or rite-lee he has some weird way of pronouncing as rite-tslee.
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Old 08-06-2015, 04:22 PM
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Elton John, again. I've said this before in like threads, but I prefer my mis-hearing better than the original lyrics. From Someone Saved My Life Tonight:

Original version: "Someone saved my life tonight. Sugar Bear."
My version: "Someone saved my life tonight. Should've they?"

I think mine sounds better, with more pathos. EJ's version gives me a vision of him being given mouth-to-mouth by this guy.
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England Dan and John Ford Coley, "I'd Really Love To See You Tonight":

Lyric: But there's a warm wind blowin', the stars are out...
Heard: But there's a warm wind blowin' the stars around...

Frankly, I like my version of the latter better than the real one
Love that song, and exactly what I hear too.
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I just had to look this up because what you heard was exactly what I've heard forever.
I didn't believe when I read the lyric was "quite rightly" so I had to listen for myself. The guy had a horrible pronunciation of "rightly".
What should be either rye-tlee or rite-lee he has some weird way of pronouncing as rite-tslee.
Thank you, I feel a little less crazy.
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From Abba's Treat Him Well

Actual: Treat him well, he is your brother.
Heard: Sleeping Willie is your brother.
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Old 08-06-2015, 05:28 PM
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Rush "Limelight."

Actual "Living in a fish-eye lens...."
Heard "Living in the fish islands..."

I had another one on the tip of my tongue and can't think of it now.
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CSN, Southern Cross

Line: We got 80 feet of the waterline, nicely making way.
Heard: Nice Jamaican waves.

Which would work, if it wasn't the wrong ocean.
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Elton John, again. I've said this before in like threads, but I prefer my mis-hearing better than the original lyrics. From Someone Saved My Life Tonight:

Original version: "Someone saved my life tonight. Sugar Bear."
My version: "Someone saved my life tonight. Should've they?"

I think mine sounds better, with more pathos. EJ's version gives me a vision of him being given mouth-to-mouth by this guy.
I had to LOL at this. I heard "Sugar Bear" and was POSITIVE that I was mis-hearing the lyrics. My husband knows just about anything about pop music that I don't, and I was afraid to ask what the lyrics were SUPPOSED to be.

You see, we were riding in the car recently, with our fancy new satellite radio that shows the artist & song title, when "No Tell Lover" by Chicago came up. I'd always heard "You're my molten lava," which I was sure was wrong, so I asked hubby what they were really saying. And then I glanced at the sat display to see who sang it. And the big light bulb lit up over my head.
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Another newer song, Uptown Funk. What I HEARD is very, very racist, and I did a literal double take. Thought I was hearing those racist lyrics for quite some time and then it dawned on me what they were REALLY saying, and boy did I feel stupid. Just very glad no one heard me singing along...

What the REAL lyrics are: Fill my cup, put some liquor in it.

What I THOUGHT they were saying: Fill my cup, put some "N-word" in it.

I mean... it doesn't even make sense, but... that's what I heard. I kept wondering how it was getting played on the radio...
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"A kiss from a rose on the grave."

Not gray, dammit; I know what I heard, and it's what the lyric should be.
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For me it was 'Dirty Deeds and the Thundercheif'.
Same here! I figured "Thunderchief" sounded vaguely like some Native American name.
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Robert Palmer, "Addicted to Love"
Real lyric: "Might as well face it, you're addicted to love"
What I heard: "Why the square faces? You're addicted to love"
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For example, I misheard the line in Games Without Frontiers as 'She's so pop-ular!'

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You mean that isn't how it goes?
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Boston: Peace Of Mind

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Papa Was a Rollin' Stone - Temptations

They sang: "And when he died, all he left us was alone."

I heard: "And when he died, all he left us was his loan."
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Lyric: Don't give us none of your aggravation, we've had it with your discipline
Heard: ...we've had it with your Death Star plans.
I am glad to know that I am not the only person who heard that.

My contribution, Blur Song 2
Actual: I got my head checked by a jumbo jet.
Heard: I got my head shaved, my lips are Moche.
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You mean that isn't how it goes?
It's 'Jeux sans frontieres'.
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Well...


I've always heard "wrapped up like a douche." What is it really, "revved up like a deuce"? Not clear.
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I've always heard "wrapped up like a douche." What is it really, "revved up like a deuce"? Not clear.
Well, the lyrics as read are revved up like a deuce, but singers have been know to mis-say lyrics before.
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