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30 Jun 2019, 7:01 pm

In “ Don’t Stop Believing” I always heard “ in a smoking room” instead of “ a smoky room.”



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06 Jul 2019, 9:05 pm

The 'Chicago' song - 'Hard to Say I'm Sorry' 1982. The lyrics that went, "after all that we've been through" was misheard as, "after all the who you've been through." This misheard lyric actually made sense, as "after all the who you've been through" might describe that sometimes difficult process of "finding-out who we are" in life.

Regardless of how the lyrics were heard, the song 'Hard to Say I'm Sorry' is awesome!



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13 Aug 2019, 9:23 pm

I thought “copy machine” was “coffee machine” in It All Comes Out in the Wash by Miranda Lambert.



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18 Dec 2019, 1:53 pm

The 1978 Hall & Oates song 'Rich Girl' - The lyrics, "you can rely on the old man's money" was misheard as "you can rely on the old brass bunny!"



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22 Dec 2019, 3:06 pm

Circle In The Sand by Belinda Carlisle

Misheard Lyrics:
Baby can you hear me? Can you hear me, Colin?

Original Lyrics:
Baby can you hear me? Can you hear me calling?

Misheard Lyrics:
Echoes in the sand
Round and round

Original Lyrics:
Circle in the sand
Round and round


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29 Dec 2019, 12:00 am

Burning Down the House:

"Strange but not a stranger" --> "Strange banana stranger"