This is an ethical/musical question. When the artist makes a mistake, are you obliged to sing it the same way. In She’s Waiting by Eric Clapton and Peter Robinson, Mr. Clapton clearly sings
Do I have to do the same when I sing it? One could imagine a guy wearing a crown sitting down to a nice Japanese meal, but I’m sure that a chess reference was meant (especially since all the lyric sites say “pawn”).
Where does one draw the line? Clearly you don’t correct “Can’t get no satisfaction” to “Can’t get any satisfaction”–or do you?