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Latest Site Additions -> December 8, 2016

This is everything that was reviewed and approved for amIright on December 8, 2016. These are not items submitted on December 8, 2016, but rather items that were reviewed that day by site editors.

Song Parody Lyrics -> Latest Entries

"I'M HERE!" by Oofle McGoofle
    a parody of "So Near," Brownstone
"Doing It All for the Money" by Alan Steinle
    a parody of "Doing It All for My Baby," Huey Lewis
"Fishing on Puget Sound" by Jaykob Walson
    a parody of "Let it Go (From Frozen)," Idina Menzel (Elsa)
"Festive Feeling" by Christopher Long
    a parody of "Can't Stop The Feeling," Justin Timberlake
"Sukiyaki: the REAL Translation" by The Vast Right Wing Conspiracy
    a parody of "Sukiyaki," Kyu Sakamoto
"Sorry for Lazy Slobbing" by the_conqueror_of_parodies
    a parody of "Sorry for Party Rocking," LMFAO
"New York Rangers '79" by Max Power
    a parody of "Ooh, La La Sasson," Sasson Commercial
"Weird Jap Toys- Who would Use?" by Robert D. Arndt Jr.
    a parody of "I Put a Spell on You," Screamin' Jay Hawkins

Misheard Lyrics Stories -> Latest Entries

"What Kind of Fool," Barbra Streisand and Barry Gibb
Misheard Lyrics:
What, what kind of food
'Tis in a pot
Leaving me pain and sorrow
Original Lyrics:
What, what kind of fool
Tears it apart
Leaving me pain and sorrow
Story about this misheard lyric by: Alan Steinle: It's strange what children hear in songs.
"Blinded by the Light," Manfred Mann's Earth Band
Misheard Lyrics:
In the dumps with the mumps as the adolescent pumps his way into his hat
Original Lyrics:
In the dumps with the mumps as the adolescent bumps his way into his hat
Story about this misheard lyric by: fabrizio: Apparently folks who contributed never heard of the old term commonly used to describe a neophyte (adolescent, here) as he gains experience, as one who "bumps his way into his hat". It not only sounds correct, but the phrase fits in context, too.

New Band Names -> Latest Entries

The Plush Sound is a better name for The Hush Sound
Makes more sense, since "hush" negates "sound" Submitted by: Meredith Harshaw

Bad Choices for On Hold Music -> Latest Entries

"Selling Jesus," Skunk Anise 700 Club fluffy bunny

Use a Song Title to Answer a Different Song -> Latest Entries

"Say You Love Me," Fleetwood Mac
"Say It, Say It," E.G. Daily
"Say You're Wrong," Julian Lennon
"Say It, Say It," E.G. Daily
"Should I Say Yes?," Nu Shooz
"Say It, Say It," E.G. Daily
"Molasses," The Hush Sound
"Sweet Sticky Thing," Ohio Players

Band Name Anagrams -> Latest Entries

Snag Gabby anagram of Baby's Gang Submitted by: Lefty Lucy
Johnny Was Not Guitar anagram of Johnny Guitar Watson Submitted by: Lois Teem
Someone expected him to be?
Johnny Saw Ton Guitar anagram of Johnny Guitar Watson Submitted by: Lois Teem
Mighty big guitar!
Then Maria and Diamonds anagram of Marina and the Diamonds Submitted by: Lefty Lucy

Song Title Anagrams -> Latest Entries

"See Jennifer CCL" originally "Jennifer Eccles," The Hollies
See the 250th in a lineage of Jennifers
Submitted by: Ingrid McCannless
"Jennifer S. Lee CC" originally "Jennifer Eccles," The Hollies
The two-hundredth in lineage named Jennifer S. Lee
Submitted by: Ingrid McCannless

Song Title Spoonerisms -> Latest Entries

"Reed Spacer" originally "Speed Racer" by Devo
Submitted by: Helen Football
"Reed Spacer" originally "Speed Racer" by Devo
Submitted by: Helen Football
"Can Die You A Brink?" originally "Can I Buy You A Drink?" by Hoobastank
How can one die a brink?
Submitted by: Vicky Norton
"Can Buy Dew A Rink?" originally "Can I Buy You A Drink?" by Hoobastank
How could dew own a rink?
Submitted by: Vicky Norton
"Every Toad Leads Back, You Rue" originally "Every Road Leads Back To You" by Juice Newton
Submitted by: Drew Scarymore
"Us And Glove (We Owe Together)" originally "Us And Love (We Go Together)" by Kenny Nolan
Submitted by: Veronica Krumpfelhagen
"Fair Bootin'" originally "Barefootin'" by Robert Parker
Submitted by: MOR
"Hack Bone Again In Indiana" originally "Back Home Again In Indiana" by Traditional
Submitted by: Lance Crackers

Band Name Spoonerisms -> Latest Entries

Sir Licks-a-Mott originally "Sir Mix-a-Lot"
A.J.
Sir Licks-a-Mott originally "Sir Mix-a-Lot"
A.J.

Products Bands Should Endorse Based on Their Name -> Latest Entries

The Eels should endorse Asian restaurants or Asian grocery stores
Because a lot of Asian dishes contain eel.
Submitted by: The Late Janis Joplin
Kim Wilde should endorse Wildlife parks or national forests
Submitted by: (Not Yet) Pope Francis II
Skunk Anansie should endorse Deodorants or soap
After being sprayed by a skunk, you'll need them.
Submitted by: Miss Chievious