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Fun Music Information -> Pat Boone

This is the most recent information about Pat Boone that has been submitted to amIright. If we have more information about Pat Boone, then we provide a link to the section where it appears (the actual page whenever possible).


Possible Misspelled Names:

These are the alternate spellings of the performer's name we've had to correct in submissions to amIright.

Pat Boone/Ted Black

Music Performer Pseudonyms:

Also known as: Eugene Charles Boone. Submitted by: Mike Hack

Also known as: Charles Eugene Patrick Boon. Submitted by: Bobo

New Song Names:

Original Song Name
New Song Name
Submitter Name
"Chain Letters In The Trash""Love Letters In The Sand"old

Literally Impossible Song Titles:

Submitter Name
"Sugar Moon,"The Moon is not made of sugar.Yvette Bristle
"Moody River,"Rivers don't have moods.Peter
"There's A Gold Mine In The Sky,"No there isn't, it would break laws of gravity. Peter

Use a Song Title to Answer a Different Song:

Song & Band Name
Song & Band Name
"You Won't See Me," The Beatles"I'll See You In My Dreams," Pat Boone
"Weatherman Says," Jack Wagner"Spring Rain," Pat Boone
"Just Remember I Love You," Firefall"Remember You're Mine," Pat Boone
"Love Me Like A River Does," Melody Gardot"Moody River," Pat Boone
There are additional songs titles that answer other songs available.

Remove a Letter From a Song Title:

"Jonny Will" originally "Johnny Will"
Candy Welty
"Johnny Ill" originally "Johnny Will"
Candy Welty
"Bernadine" originally "Bernardine"
Variant spelling of the name
Candy Welty
"Andy Sweet" originally "Candy Sweet"
Candy Welty
"Ain't Hat A Shame" originally "Ain't That A Shame"
What would be shameful about a hat?
Tracy Frummond

There are additional song titles with a letter removed available.

Add a Letter to a Song Title:

"Bleach Girl" originally "Beach Girl"
Yvette Bristle
"Love Letters In The Stand" originally "Love Letters In The Sand"
Lydia Helton
"Moody Driver" originally "Moody River"
Lindsay Lowhound

Change a Letter:

"I'll See You In My Dreads" originally "I'll See You In My Dreams"
Karen Smith
"I'll See You In My Creams" originally "I'll See You In My Dreams"
Karen Smith
"I'll See Lou In My Dreams" originally "I'll See You In My Dreams"
Karen Smith
"I'll Sew You In My Dreams" originally "I'll See You In My Dreams"
Karen Smith
"I'll Set You In My Dreams" originally "I'll See You In My Dreams"
Karen Smith

There are additional song titles with a letter changed available.

Song Parody Lyrics:

Original Song Name
Parody Song Name
Parody Author
"Love Letters in The Sand""Red Lines That Cannot Stand"Barry J. Mitchel
"April Love""A Whole Love"Parody Pete
"Love Letters In The Sand""Volleyball In The Sand"Old Man Ribber
"Love Letters In The Sand""Love Lever In The Sand"Airfarcewon
"Love Letters In the Sand""Dropped Letters from the Sands"Michael Pacholek
"April Love""A Pill Love"Airfarcewon
"Speedy Gonzales""Seedy Gonzales"Violet T. Riol
"April Love""Apron Love"Airfarcewon
"Love Letters In The Sand""Love's Better With Your Hand"Malcolm Higgins
"Love Letters In The Sand""Singing Pat Boone With The Band"Green Bloodied Hound Dogs

There are additional song parodies available.

Bad Choices for On Hold Music:

Song Name
Moody RiverSuicide Help LineDavid
Moody RiverWhitewater OutfitterAlison Runyon

Songs for Duets, That Haven't Been Done Yet:

First Band/Song Name
Second Band/Song Name
New Song Name
Super Love
Love Letters In The Sand
   Pat Boone
Super Love Letters In The Sand
The World Needs More Love Letters
   The Lashes
Love Letters In The Sand
   Pat Boone
The World Needs More Love Letters In The Sand
Alicia Sturdivant
Addicted To Love
   Robert Palmer
Love Letters In The Sand
   Pat Boone
Addicted To Love Letters In The Sand
Let Me Be The River
   Willie Nile
Moody River
   Pat Boone
Let Me Be The Moody River
Ashley Michelle McGowan
There are additional duets that haven't been done yet available.

If Groups Combined, Their Names Might Be:

Pat Boonatar
Pat Boone combined with Pat Benatar
Submitted By: Olga Ruiz

Misheard Lyrics:

"Twixt 12 and 20"
Misheard Lyrics:
Twix 12 and 20
Original Lyrics:
Twixt 12 and 20
"Remember You're Mine"
Misheard Lyrics:
Remember your mind.
Original Lyrics:
Remember you're mine.
"Moody River"
Misheard Lyrics:
Moody River
More deadly than the faintest knight.
Original Lyrics:
Moody River
More deadly than the vainest knife.
"Love Hurts"
Misheard Lyrics:
Love is like a stove
Burns you when it's hot.
Original Lyrics:
Love is like a flame
Burns you when it's hot.
There are additional misheard lyrics available.

Misheard Lyrics Stories:

"Remember You're Mine"
Misheard Lyrics:
Remember your mind.
Original Lyrics:
Remember you're mine.

Story about this misheard lyric by: Karen Smith

I heard this playing on a CD, before having seen the list of songs thereon, and heard the title line of this song as "Remember your mind". I thought, is the singer perhaps urging someone not to lose their mind? That didn't fit in much with the lyrics generally, so I started to wonder if I heard things right. When I first read the song listing on the CD case, I noticed this song's title and quickly realized what I'd actually heard!

There are additional misheard stories available.

Funniest Song Lyrics:

"Speedy Gonzales"
The Funny Lyrics:
Your dog's gonna have a puppy
Why They're Funny:
This strikes me as funny in the sense of peculiar (not necessarily "Ha-ha funny"). That's because I never heard of a dog having just one puppy at a time. Don't they most always have considerable litters of puppies at a time? Incidentally there is a site called on which people post their mistaken childhood beliefs. One of the most common beliefs thereon is that dogs are males and cats are females of the same species. So sometimes or others children must have reacted to this line with "What? Dogs don't have puppies! Cats have kittens AND puppies!"
Submitted by: Laura Wilkins

Dated Song Lyrics:

"Speedy Gonzalez"
The Dated Lyrics:
[Spoken lines:] Hey, Rosita -- come quick; down at the cantina
They're giving green stamps with tequila!
Why They're Dated:
Trading stamps were something that were a household word from sometime after their first appearances in the 1920s up through the 1970s or so. But by the 1980s they were dying out. One of the best known brands of trading stamps in their day were H&S Green Stamps, probably referred to in the "green stamps" reference here. But H&S Green Stamps were discontinued by the late 1980s. When the song came out in the 1060s, hearers would have generally recognized the reference as something very familiar. But today's younger set could hear this song and often have no idea of what was being referred to. In their day, trading stamps were something that grocery stores and other business gave out to customers, the number of stamps being proportional to the amount of a purchase. Those who collected such stamps would paste them into books provided. When collectors thereof filled enough books, they were redeemable for merchandise at the stamp company's stores. One friend has told me how his mother once redeemed about three books of trading stamps for a pair of hair clippers. He had seen in the catalogue how other products could be obtained in exchange for various numbers of books of such stamps. He had his hopes set on a movie projector in the catalogue which could be obtained for somewhere between ten and twenty books of stamps, as he best remembered. He hoped to someday save enough of the stamps to get his movie projector, but never did.
Submitted by: Karen Smith

Songs That Open With Their Titles:

"Dear John"
Opening Lines:
Dear John, oh how I hate to write
Submitted by: Claire Grayson
"Big Cold Wind"
Opening Lines:
There was a big cold wind. It came a-rollin' down this hill.
Submitted by: Candy Welty
There are additional spelling lyrics available.

Song Title Space Change:

"For My Good For Tune" originally "For My Good Fortune"
Submitted by: Yvette Bristle
"Picture Sin The Fire" originally "Pictures In The Fire"
Submitted by: Yvette Bristle
"Fool Shall Of Fame" originally "Fools Hall Of Fame"
Submitted by: Yvette Bristle
"Ill Be Home" originally "I'll Be Home"
That's a good place to be when you're ill.
Submitted by: Peter

Bad Grammar in Song Lyrics:

"Friendly Persuasion (Thee I Love)"
The Lyrics:
Arms have I, strong as the oak, for this occasion.
Lips have I, to kiss thee, too, in friendly persuasion.
Thee is mine, though I don't know many words of praise.
Thee pleasures me in a hundred ways.
Put on your bonnet, your cape, and your glove,
And come with me, for thee I love.
The word "thee" is part of archaic English, as in, for example, the English of the King James Version of the Bible. It is therefore ironic that the usage of "thee" would get so muddled and sometimes outright wrong in a song sung by a Christian icon who goes back to a time when the King James Version was still a more predominantly used English Bible version than it is today. In such archaic English, "thee" was a more informal counterpart to "you" when that kind of English was current, corresponding to "informal' counterparts still preserved in a lot of other languages (for example in French the informal "te", versus the formal "vous", in Spanish the informal "te", versus the formal "Usted", and in German the informal "dich", versus the formal "Sie"). In the lyrics above, "thee" is twice correctly used, in the title phrase "thee I love", and also in the phrase "to kiss thee". But even so there is a catch involving the usage in the next to last line above of "your" in addressing the same person also addressed as "thee". The use of both the informal thee / thou / thy and the formal you / your were not correctly applied to the same person at anywhere near the same time. The informal might be applied to a child and the formal pronouns applied to the same person layer as a grownup, but variations between formal and informal would never correctly apply to the same addressee so close together in time, like here in the same song. But the most glaring grammatical absurdity here is the use of "thee" as if it were a nominative pronoun, since it is actually an objective pronoun. That could make this song seem like a self-parody. The correct nominative counterpart is "thou" as alluded to above. The phrases "Thee is mine" and "Thee pleasures me" are outright crass. The former is as absurd as saying "me am" instead of "I am" or "her is" instead of "she is" to "us are" instead of "we are". So to make all the grammar and usage consistent with the two otherwise correct occurrences of "thee" (in "thee I love" and "to kiss thee"), "Thee is mine" would need to corrected to "Thou art mine", "Thee pleasures me" would need to be corrected to "Thou pleasurest me" and "your bonnet, your cape, and your glove" would need to be changed to "thy bonnet, thy cape, and thy glove".
Submitted by: Karen Smith

Band Name Anagrams:

Open Boat Submitted by: Stephanie Craddock
Boat Peon Submitted by: Stephanie Craddock
Be On A Top Submitted by: Candy Welty
A Bop Tone Submitted by: Candy Welty
A Boot Pen Submitted by: Candy Welty

There are additional Band Name Anagrams available.

Song Title Anagrams:

"Ugly Nylon Tees" originally "Ten Lonely Guys"
Submitted by: Candy Welty
"Ten No-Yell Guys" originally "Ten Lonely Guys"
Submitted by: Candy Welty
"Guys Note Nelly" originally "Ten Lonely Guys"
Submitted by: Candy Welty
"Lonely Guy's Net" originally "Ten Lonely Guys"
Submitted by: Candy Welty
"Guys Yell 'No Net!'" originally "Ten Lonely Guys"
Submitted by: Candy Welty

There are additional Song Title Anagrams available.

Song Title Acrostics:

DAD: "Drifting And Dreaming"
Submitted by: Candy Welty

Song Title Spoonerisms:

"Let Lovers In The Sand" originally "Love Letters In The Sand"
Submitted by: MOR
"Love Setters In The Land" originally "Love Letters In The Sand"
Setters, as in certain dog breeds?
Submitted by: Lydia Helton

Names as a Word Bank:

One baboon atop a boat Submitted by: Ferragamo
Note taboo poet on oboe atop a bean boat. Submitted by: Lydia Helton

What A Band is Best Known For (aside from their music):

"White buck shoes"
Pat Boone's shoes became synonymous with squeaky-clean, non-offensive music.
Submitted by: Martha Hankins

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