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    Quote Originally Posted by Lioness_1975
    My girlfriend used to think from the song ?I really want to see you tonight. The lyrics are "I'm not talking about the linen, but what it says is "I'm not talking about moving in" this one is for those of you who will even remember that song
    I used to be confused by that song too. It is the really wussy song "I'd Really Love to See You Tonight" by England Dan and John Ford Coley. (how did they even fit all that on the record? )
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    This thread was hysterical! Funny thing is, when my best friend & I read these misheard lyrics, we think it's hysterical to sing the song that way on purpose. For instance, we read misheard lyrics on "Oh, Sherrie"--"Cinnamon Gum" instead of "should've been gone"; and "You're the One That I Want"--"I got shoes, they're made of plywood", instead of "I got chills, they're multiplying"...Oh, and my personal favorite--"Ain't no Woman Like the One-Eyed Gott"!! Never fails to crack us up!! We recently had a discussion about "Sister Christian"--I swear we thought we heard the "motoring" part wrong...what is that supposed to mean anyway?

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    Those are funny.

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    This thread is AWESOME ! Whoever comes up with it should be rewarded... !!

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    Chorus:
    People killing, people dying
    Children hurting, hear them crying
    When you practice what you bridged
    Once you turned the other bridge (?)

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    Hee hee...again, I love this thread...

    People killin', people dyin'
    Children hurt and you hear them cryin'
    Can you practice what you preach
    And would you turn the other cheek

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    First of all - this thread is hilarious.

    Now, regarding the whole Michael Jackson "vegetable" thing. I have no clue if these are right but here's a portion of the lyrics to "Wanna Be Startin' Somethin'".

    You're a vegetable, you're a vegetable
    Still they hate you, you're a vegetable
    You're just a buffet, you're a vegetable
    They eat off of you, you're a vegetable

    I still don't get it

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    I use to think in that Chaka Khan "I feel for you" song they were saying "Chopped Pecans" instead of Chaka Khan (in the beginning of the song)
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    Quote Originally Posted by marybethp
    My Husband sings "Roam" by the B-52's as follows:

    "Roam, Nipsey Russell, Roam around the world"

    You mean that's not the real lyric?


    What the heck is it, really?


    You know, it's funny, but Clay Aiken was always being accused of "overarticulating" a few months ago, but there are several places in his songs where even after listening over and over it's nearly impossible to tell exactly what the words are.
    In his song "I Survived You," the last line of the bridge is "I'll be damned if I have thoughts of you rain on my new beginning. Or is it "... weigh on my new beginning"? Or "...weighin' on..."?
    And in the song "No More Sad Song," the line that's really got people divided is either
    "You turned off the light. I'm gonna be all right when I turn your radio off."
    or
    "You turned off the light. I'm gonna be all right without. turn your radio off."
    Initially, I heard the line as
    "You turned off the light. I'm gonna be all right without. Turn your radio on," even though that didn't make a lot of sense.
    "You can observe a lot, just by watching."
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    Quote Originally Posted by scarlett530
    "You're the One That I Want"--"I got shoes, they're made of plywood", instead of "I got chills, they're multiplying"...Oh, and my personal favorite--"Ain't no Woman Like the One-Eyed Gott"!! Never fails to crack us up!!
    I really thought it was "shoes," not "chills!" I'm not sure I remember what I heard the "multiplying" word as.


    Speaking of the "one-eyed Gott," there's an old church hymn that many a child has "heard" as "Gladly, the cross-eyed bear" (instead of "Gladly The Cross I'd Bear).
    "You can observe a lot, just by watching."
    "When you come to a fork in the road, take it."
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    Quote Originally Posted by duckgirl
    I know someone who used to think "My Sherona" was actually "Riceroni".
    That's hilarious!


    For a long time, I used to think the hook line of "I Can't Help Myself" ("Sugar pie, honey bunch") was
    "Sugar pie, honey, but you know that I love you."
    Of course that could have just as easily been
    "Sugar pie, honey butt,
    you know that I love you."
    "You can observe a lot, just by watching."
    "When you come to a fork in the road, take it."
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