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Latest Site Additions -> July 13, 2017

This is everything that was reviewed and approved for amIright on July 13, 2017. These are not items submitted on July 13, 2017, but rather items that were reviewed that day by site editors.

Song Parody Lyrics -> Latest Entries

"Nazi Shoes" by Robert D. Arndt Jr.
    a parody of "I Love You," Barney and the Backyard Gang
"Fanfic Writing" by the_conqueror_of_parodies
    a parody of "Kung Fu Fighting," Carl Douglas
"Thought Police" by Peter Andersson a.k.a K1chyd
    a parody of "Dream Police," Cheap Trick
"This City" by Johnny Nguyen
    a parody of "This Old House," Loretta Lynn
"Joey Chestnut vs. Cookie Monster" by Michael Pacholek
    a parody of "Epic Rap Battles of History," Nice Peter & Epic Lloyd

Misheard Lyrics Stories -> Latest Entries

"Ciao Adios," Anne-Marie
Misheard Lyrics:
Shower the horse, I'm done
Original Lyrics:
Ciao adios, I'm done
Story about this misheard lyric by: Leeroy T: Heard this on a radio station before even knowing the title and genuinely thought that was the words.
"All Right Now," Free
Misheard Lyrics:
All night long.
Original Lyrics:
All right now.
Story about this misheard lyric by: Wisnu Aji: I have similar story about the song's title. According to me, "All Right Now" was misheard as "All Night Long" that mention in songs by Demi Lovato, Aretha Franklin (best known for her song, "Respect"), Brownsville Station (best known for "Smokin' in the Boys Room" in which was covered by Mötley Crüe), Buckcherry (with "Sorry"), Little Richard (with "Tutti Frutti"), Paul Revere & The Raiders (with "Kicks"), Rainbow (with "Rainbow Eyes"), Scorpions (with "Always Somewhere"), and The Verve (with "Bitter Sweet Symphony") among others (not Lionel Richie and if Lionel Richie it would be "All Night Long (All Night)" or "All Nightmare Long" by Metallica). Originally, I posting "Goodbye to You" by Michelle Branch (not "It's Alright, It's OK" by Ashley Tisdale because this time Ashley is not to come at a day) and I try to searching another song for posting here. But, because "All Right Now" was previously posting here but with similar suggestion, I posting it that I misunderstand it as "All Night Long". About this song: "All Right Now" was sung by Paul Rodgers who previously sung in Bad Company's "Feel Like Makin' Love". "All Right Now" is track #7 on their third studio album, "Fire and Water", released on 26 June 1970. It was written by Andy Fraser and Paul Rodgers. The song, released as a single in 1970, hit #4 on Billboard's Pop Chart and #2 on the UK Singles Chart. Making them their major hit to date.
"Sentimental Street," Night Ranger
Misheard Lyrics:
On a sentimental street in the avenues.
Take a good hard look.
There ain't nothing never knew.
I don't sentimental street in a view.
Will you never find up that I'll be it's up to you.
Original Lyrics:
Out on sentimental street in the avenues.
Take a good hard look.
There ain't nothing ever new.
Out on sentimental street in the avenues.
Will you ever find us.
Guess I'll leave it up to you.
Story about this misheard lyric by: Wisnu Aji: Finally, today misheard lyrics of songs that I posting here is "Sentimental Street" instead of "It's Alright, It's OK" by Ashley Tisdale, "Goodbye to You" by Michelle Branch, and Nivea commersial. For more information about "MacArthur Park", "MacArthur Park" was not just covered by Donna Summer, Waylon Jennings, Andy Williams, and Four Tops, but also The Beatles' "Hey Jude" took the influence of "MacArthur Park" in its length and became more international hit rather than "MacArthur Park". Back to "Sentimental Street", there are two misheard lyrics that the original line is "out on sentimental streets in the avenues". Originally, I posting more misheard lines that the original line is that. But, for easily to read, not all misheard lines I posting here. It also sounding like that the singer (who maybe Jack Blades or Kelly Keagy because in the article of this song in Wikipedia it does not say who playing on this song) more reaching the word "never" instead of "ever". There's also mention a song by Ricky Nelson titled "It's Up to You" (not "Beat of My Heart" or similar line by Hilary Duff or "Why Can't I?" by Liz Phair) but in the original lyrics of "Sentimental Street" it does not say that. About this song: Featured on their third studio album, "7 Wishes" (track title is "Seven Wishes" on the album itself), released on 20 May 1985 as track #5, it would be their second greatest hit and reaching #8 on Billboard's Pop Chart. The album itself also features another Billboard's Pop Chart hits like "Goodbye" (#17) and "Four in the Morning" (single version title is "Four in the Morning (I Can't Take Anymore)" in which was reaching #19). "Sentimental Street" was written by Jack Blades.
"Bohemian Rhapsody," Queen
Misheard Lyrics:
Miss Miller!
Original Lyrics:
Bismillah!
Story about this misheard lyric by: Ryan : My dad told me he and his friend with the last name Miller always sang this lyric as "Miss Miller" because they'd misheard it as such when his friend was in the car.
"Jumpin' Jack Flash," Rolling Stones
Misheard Lyrics:
Toothless, pennied hag
Original Lyrics:
I was raised by a toothless, bearded hag
Story about this misheard lyric by: Trish C.: I just learned that I've been wrong for decades! I've used my misheard phrase to describe myself for the past years. But the bearded part also fits.
"End of the Line," Traveling Wilburys
Misheard Lyrics:
(into the fire)
Original Lyrics:
(end of the line)
Story about this misheard lyric by: Gary Everett: I always thought the background singers were singing "into the fire."

Songs for Commercials, That Haven't Been Done Yet -> Latest Entries

See You In My Dream by Linus' Blanket used for Mattresses Submitted by: Winter Pepper
Blanket Song by Linus' Blanket used for Snuggle laundry detergants Submitted by: Frieda Evans
Labor in Vain by Linus' Blanket used for Labor Day commercials Submitted by: Winter Pepper

Bad Choices for On Hold Music -> Latest Entries

"Blanket Song," Linus' Blanket Babies R Us Cotton Lorraine

Band Name Anagrams -> Latest Entries

Heft Fries Lie anagram of The Fireflies Submitted by: Peter
Heft: a noun or verb about weight or heaviness.
Mavis Cad anagram of Mac Davis Submitted by: Peter
My Rabbits, Ron anagram of Marty Robbins Submitted by: Peter
Men Uncover A Germ anagram of Maureen McGovern Submitted by: Alexis
Hopefully they don't get infected by it.
Mug Never Came, Ron anagram of Maureen McGovern Submitted by: Alexis
Gum Never Came, Ron anagram of Maureen McGovern Submitted by: Alexis
Never Mace Gum, Ron anagram of Maureen McGovern Submitted by: Peter
Ma Won Trek anagram of Men At Work Submitted by: Peter
In Mine Riper Tone anagram of Minnie Riperton Submitted by: Peter
A Nasty Car Inn anagram of Nancy Sinatra Submitted by: Peter
I Maroon anagram of Omarion Submitted by: Valerie Cameron
Nun Shot Red Tee anagram of The Undertones Submitted by: Quyjibo

Song Title Anagrams -> Latest Entries

"I Can't Defy Dials" originally "Sanctified Lady," Marvin Gaye
Submitted by: Alexis
"Faced Tins Daily" originally "Sanctified Lady," Marvin Gaye
Submitted by: Alexis
"Lydia Faced Tins" originally "Sanctified Lady," Marvin Gaye
Submitted by: Alexis
"Identify As Clad" originally "Sanctified Lady," Marvin Gaye
Submitted by: Alexis
"Syndicated Fail" originally "Sanctified Lady," Marvin Gaye
Submitted by: Alexis

Nonsensical Song Lyrics -> Latest Entries

"Yakety Yak" by The Coasters
The Nonsensical Lyrics:
Yakety yak
Don't talk back
Why They're Nonsensical:
It's as if he's mocking himself.
Submitted by: Celeste