2007-11-03

"'Scuse me, while I kiss this guy."

From The Archive of Misheard Lyrics -


Robert Palmer: Addicted To Love

The real lyrics were:
Might as well face it, you're addicted to love.

But I misheard them as:
Might as well face it, you're a dick with a glove.


U2: Mysterious Ways
The real lyrics were:
She moves in mysterious ways

But I misheard them as:
Shamu the mysterious whale


Deep Purple: Smoke On The Water
The real lyrics were:
Smoke on the water
A fire in the sky

But I misheard them as:
Slow motion Walter
The fire engine guy.

Pink Floyd: Wish You Were Here
The real lyrics were:
Would you exchange
a walk-on part in the war
for the lead role in a cage

But I misheard them as:
Would you exchange
a welcome part in the war
for a negro in a cage

INXS: I Need You Tonight
The real lyrics were:
Your moves are so raw
I've got to let you know
You're one of my kind

But I misheard them as:
Your boobs are so long
They've got to hit your nose
You're one of a kind


Neil Diamond: You Don't Bring Me Flowers
The real lyrics were:
You hardly talk to me anymore, when I come through the door at the end of the day.

But I misheard them as:
You hardly talk to me anymore, when I Kung-Fu the door at the end of the day.


AC/DC: Back in Black
The real lyrics were:
Forget the hearse cause I'll never die.

But I misheard them as:
I've got a purse but I'm still a guy.






















Band Aid: Do They Know It's Christmas Time

The real lyrics were:
The greatest gift they'll get this year is life.

But I misheard them as:
The only gift they'll get this year is flies.

3 comments:

Jim Winter said...

STONE TEMPLE PILOTS:

Real lyrics: "Feeling like a hand in rusted shame..."

I heard: "Feeling like a ham and mustard shake..."

Ironically, the misheard version makes more sense. Explains Scott Weiland's frequent trips to rehab.

Michael said...

This reminded me of something you should all see.

http://www.rathergood.com/george/

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Laura said...

There's a George Jones song with the lyric "I've burned all my bridges" in it. When Pomegranate was about five, she said, "Mommy, I want to hear that song where the guy sets his pants on fire." It took us a few minutes to figure out that one....