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Latest Site Additions -> October 11, 2017

This is everything that was reviewed and approved for amIright on October 11, 2017. These are not items submitted on October 11, 2017, but rather items that were reviewed that day by site editors.

Song Parody Lyrics -> Latest Entries

"Touch Live Wires" by the_conqueror_of_parodies
    a parody of "Just like Fire," Pink
"The New Parody Lyrics Rule" by Johnny Nguyen
    a parody of "Illegal," Shakira
"Louie the Trailer Man" by Robert D. Arndt Jr.
    a parody of "Popeye the Sailor Man," Traditional

Misheard Lyrics Stories -> Latest Entries

"Free Bird," Lynyrd Skynyrd
Misheard Lyrics:
If I leave with her tomorrow.
Would you still remember me?
For I must speeding truck now.
'Cause just two minutes play I've gotta see.
If I stayed here with you.
Original Lyrics:
If I leave here tomorrow.
Would you still remember me?
For I must be traveling on, now.
'Cause there's too many places I've got to see.
But, if I stayed here with you, girl.
Story about this misheard lyric by: Wisnu Aji: Finally, its teacher that learning some Progressive Rock influence I posting here. I wondering if there are members of this band riding their trucks. After leaving their trucks, they going to studio recording to record two minutes intro that I refering to the song's structure. I'm also could not hear yelling like oh, yeah, and other yellings to make this song and this band more close to the English second-person pronoun and also close to makes sense. About this song: "Free Bird" is track #8 on their debut studio album released on 13 August 1973. It was written by Allen Collins and Ronnie Van Zant. The power ballad was reaching #19 on Billboard's Pop Chart, #21 on the UK Singles Chart, and #47 on Canada chart. Making them their second biggest hit singles after "Sweet Home Alabama" and their only single charting on the UK Singles Chart. It also making this song as the very longest power ballad coda ever after "Hey Jude" by The Beatles and "Layla" by The Dominos. Originally lasting at more than 9 minutes featured on that album, an extended unfaded-ending version of the original recording available on "Skynyrd's Innyrds", released in 1989. It lasting at 10 minutes and 8 seconds and consists of 2 minutes intro, 3 minutes singing, and 5 minutes outro. It also received airplay from Pop radio stations with its radio edit version and Rock radio stations with its full-length version lasting at more than 9 minutes and become one of many numbers of Classic Rock. Funnily, they originally formed in 1964 that was named after the group's mutual high school gym teacher.

Add a Letter to a Song Title -> Latest Entries

"Di Got A Boy" originally "I Got A Boy" by Girls' Generation
Samantha Wayland

Band Name Anagrams -> Latest Entries

Reason To Kiss anagram of Season To Risk Submitted by: Amanda
Ten Arias anagram of Seatrain Submitted by: Farlow Maitland
Aria Sent anagram of Seatrain Submitted by: Farlow Maitland
Rate Vat Choices anagram of Voices That Care Submitted by: Karen Smith

Song Title Anagrams -> Latest Entries

"Rate Vat Choices" originally "Voices That Care," Voices That Care
Submitted by: Karen Smith

Song Title Spoonerisms -> Latest Entries

"Rhyme For Eel" originally "I'm For Real" by Howard Hewett
Submitted by: Flora Rolf
"L Row Boom" originally "Elbow Room" by Schoolhouse Rock
A boom on row L of some theater, arena, etc.
Submitted by: Eva Cave
"Jet 'Em Up So" originally "Set 'Em Up Joe" by Vern Gosdin
Submitted by: Mae Bean