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Latest Site Additions -> February 23, 2017

This is everything that was reviewed and approved for amIright on February 23, 2017. These are not items submitted on February 23, 2017, but rather items that were reviewed that day by site editors.

Song Parody Lyrics -> Latest Entries

"Pizza Food" by Robert D. Arndt Jr.
    a parody of "I Love You," Barney and the Backyard Gang
"Awesome, Please!" by John A. Barry
    a parody of "Honesty," Billy Joel
"Love to Glove You Baby" by Dylan Baranski
    a parody of "Love to Love You Baby," Donna Summer
"Louis, Louis" by CML
    a parody of "Louie, Louie," The Kingsmen
"Milo's Theme" by Hu's On First
    a parody of "Ophelia," Lumineers
"Smoke Some Doobie" by Lionel Mertens
    a parody of "Smoke Some Doobie ," Original
"Aquaman" by the_conqueror_of_parodies
    a parody of "Gentleman," Psy
"Mayflower Not That Good" by Robert D. Arndt Jr.
    a parody of "I Put a Spell on You," Screamin' Jay Hawkins
"Windy Are the Queeves" by John A. Barry
    a parody of "Bringing in the Sheaves," Traditional
"Onward, Eggnog Drinkers" by Robert D. Arndt Jr.
    a parody of "Onward, Christian Soldiers," Traditional
"Awesome Queefs" by John A. Barry
    a parody of "Autumn Leaves," Various Artists

Misheard Lyrics Stories -> Latest Entries

"Tomorrow," Silverchair
Misheard Lyrics:
You wait till tomorrow.
You wait till tomorrow.
You gonna wait till, bad boy.
Bad boy, wait till tomorrow.
You gonna wait till, bad boy.
Bad boy, wait until tomorrow.
Original Lyrics:
You wait till tomorrow.
You wait till tomorrow.
You gonna wait till, fat boy.
Fat boy, wait till tomorrow.
You gonna wait till, fat boy.
Fat boy, wait until tomorrow.
Story about this misheard lyric by: Wisnu Aji: Another favorite song that found on my playlist. About this song: "Tomorrow" featuring an acoustic guitar intro and electric guitar coda. With the theme of poverty, the song is regarded as an alternative rock anthem and part of art rock. "Tomorrow" became their greatest hit to date with topping in their native country, Australia, and New Zealand. It also topping on both Billboard's Modern Rock Tracks and Album Rock Tracks. "Tomorrow" also peaking at #28 on Billboard's Hot 100 Airplay Chart and #59 in the UK. The follow-up singles are less popular than its previous single and only popular in Australia and some countries and sometimes there are other singles that no charting on any charts at all.

Super Long Pop Songs -> Latest Entries

Paul Lekakis pronounced as Paul la-COCK-iss
Submitted by: Lefty Lucy

Add a Letter to a Song Title -> Latest Entries

"Amy Baby Left Me" originally "My Baby Let Me" by Elvis Presley
Roxanne Drake
"My Baby Cleft Me" originally "My Baby Let Me" by Elvis Presley
Roxanne Drake
"How Can You Mistreat The Zone You Love" originally "How Can You Mistreat The One You Love" by Jean & The Darlings
Can a zone be mistreated?
Hilary Nevis
"How Can You Mistreat The Tone You Love" originally "How Can You Mistreat The One You Love" by Jean & The Darlings
Can a tone be mistreated?
Hilary Nevis
"How Can You Mistreat The Cone You Love" originally "How Can You Mistreat The One You Love" by Jean & The Darlings
Hilary Nevis
"How Can You Mistreat The Bone You Loved" originally "How Can You Mistreat The One You Love" by Jean & The Darlings
Hilary Nevis
"How Can You Mistreat The One You Loved" originally "How Can You Mistreat The One You Love" by Jean & The Darlings
Hilary Nevis
"How Can You Mistreat The One You Glove" originally "How Can You Mistreat The One You Love" by Jean & The Darlings
Hilary Nevis
"As We Slay" originally "As We Lay" by Kelly Price
Roxanne Drake
"As We Flay" originally "As We Lay" by Kelly Price
Roxanne Drake
"As We Play" originally "As We Lay" by Kelly Price
Roxanne Drake

Band Name Anagrams -> Latest Entries

NC Wig Cutter anagram of Cutting Crew Submitted by: Cotton Lorraine
Glenda Reel anagram of Ellegarden Submitted by: Roxanne Drake
Reel can be a surname.
Elk Pry Lice anagram of Kelly Price Submitted by: Roxanne Drake
However they might do that!
Elk Ply Rice anagram of Kelly Price Submitted by: Roxanne Drake
However they might do that!
Is A Scan Ruled? anagram of Luis Cardenas Submitted by: Roxanne Drake
Noble Eric Up anagram of OneRepublic Submitted by: Lauren
A Glen Water anagram of Walter Egan Submitted by: Roxanne Drake

Song Title Anagrams -> Latest Entries

"Yea, Slaw" originally "As We Lay," Kelly Price
Submitted by: Roxanne Drake
"Slay Awe" originally "As We Lay," Kelly Price
Submitted by: Roxanne Drake
"Yes, A Law" originally "As We Lay," Kelly Price
Submitted by: Roxanne Drake
"Yea, Laws" originally "As We Lay," Kelly Price
Submitted by: Roxanne Drake
"Sway Ale" originally "As We Lay," Kelly Price
Submitted by: Roxanne Drake
"Rammed Tia" originally "Mama Tried," Merle Haggard
Submitted by: Roxanne Drake
"Sir, Have Satan" originally "Sister Havana," Urge Overkill
Yikes!
Submitted by: Roxanne Drake

Song Title Spoonerisms -> Latest Entries

"As Leeway" originally "As We Lay" by Kelly Price
Submitted by: Roxanne Drake

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

Ariana Grande should endorse Starbucks
Starbucks sells Grande coffee cups.
Submitted by: xxHotheartXx

Nonsensical Song Lyrics -> Latest Entries

"Is Anybody Going To San Antone?" by Charley Pride
The Nonsensical Lyrics:
Sleeping under a table in a roadside park,
A man could wake up dead.
Why They're Nonsensical:
As long as one can wake up, one is not dead.
Submitted by: Karen Smith