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Kyoto to L.A.
Kyoto to The Bay
Story about this misheard lyric by: Trent Knight: I thought it was L.A. until I heard Jessica Mauboy sing it on her album 'The Secret Daughter Season Two'
You know I'm searching food for you
You know I'm such a fool for you
Story about this misheard lyric by: Anna: My whole life, I loved this song, and I couldn't understand why exactly the protagonist was searching for food for their lover, but I figured it was a song about poverty. One day I was at Chipotle with my husband, and the song came on. I started singing my version of the lyrics, and he burst out laughing, saying "no! that's not what the lyrics are!"
Blessed are the rays, blessed ice.
Kiss the hand that's over this, kiss the hand that holds this life- damn.
There something out there all my own, the coldest sunlight of them all.
There's nothing out there all my own, the coldest sun where art thou-
Blessed morning rays, blessed ice.
Kiss the hand that offers this
Kiss the hand that holds this life- Ahh
There's something out there alone, the coldest sun that I found.
There's something out there all alone- the coldest sun where I lie
Story about this misheard lyric by: Alana: This is my favorite singer and I have always had issues knowing the exact words. I have to look a lot of them up just to be sure. When I had this CD I lost the liner. I was homeless and had no computer or phone to check lyrics on then. Now I realize how off I was.
We are Siamese if you please.
Reaper's Scythe is minty if you don't please!
We are Siamese if you plee-ease.
We are Siamese if you don't please.
Story about this misheard lyric by: Kayfabe : I was just a child and heard it this way. And interpreted it in my own mind as the Siamese cats will basically have death come get you if you don't please. I must have been as odd then as now.
Leave your woman behind
Leave your worries behind
Story about this misheard lyric by: Renee T: Wasn't me who misheard, but this kid in my class in Jr High. He was so deadset on his version, that he wanted to fight me after I corrected him and said, "What sense does it make to not take your date to a party?"
Snap yo finals!
Snap yo fingers!
Story about this misheard lyric by: Tara: It's become an inside joke in my family now. Whenever someone has to take final exams, we tell them to snap their finals.
aaaaaaaaaaaaah the beña konnichiwa s t o o m
Nants ingonyama bagithi Baba Sithi uhm ingonyama
Story about this misheard lyric by: jimmy clover: reminded of it in school the other day
Andy did you you hear about Miss Swan?
Andy did you hear about this one?
Story about this misheard lyric by: Spydertap: I don't think Andy was alive to enjoy Mad TV.
Apple butter dreams
Life is but a dream.
Story about this misheard lyric by: Jerri Walker: My daughter Jess sang it this way when she was 3-4 -- and she loved apple butter.