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Latest Site Additions -> November 29, 2018

This is everything that was reviewed and approved for amIright on November 29, 2018. These are not items submitted on November 29, 2018, but rather items that were reviewed that day by site editors.

Song Parody Lyrics -> Latest Entries

"Already Forgot It" by the_conqueror_of_parodies
    a parody of "Any Way You Want It," Journey
"Article 13" by Arch Vile
    a parody of "Pyramid Song," Radiohead
"The Sounds of Pirates" by the_conqueror_of_parodies
    a parody of "The Sound of Silence," Simon & Garfunkel
"Things I See Sometimes Here Bring Me Down" by Paul Robinson 2
    a parody of "Leaves That Are Green," Simon & Garfunkel

Recordings -> Latest Entries

Nov 29
a parody of "Digital underground" by Digital underground
Broadcast your intention to vote Democrat in the 2020 election with this adaptation of the Humpty hump! Vote to dump the Trump.
Soundclick - Doc Woody - Dump the Trump: (MP3,m4a)

Misheard Lyrics Stories -> Latest Entries

"It's Beginning to Look a Lot Like Christmas," Michael Buble
Misheard Lyrics:
Listening once again
Original Lyrics:
Glistening once again
Story about this misheard lyric by: Cody Finke: Apparently "glisten" is a common Christmas word!
"Don't Feel Like Dancing," Scissor Sisters
Misheard Lyrics:
But I don’t feel like dancin’
With the old gentlemen today
Original Lyrics:
But I don’t feel like dancin’
When the old Joanna plays
Story about this misheard lyric by: Lu: I thought of a dance hall scene .... can't explain it more than that.

Crime Records -> Latest Entries

Jonathan King "Molesting Young Boys"
In September 2001, he was convicted of child sexual abuse and sentenced to seven years in prison, for having sexually assaulted five boys, aged 14 and 15, in the 1980s. In May 2017, he was again charged with historical sexual offences.
Submitted by: Green

Performers with Handicaps -> Latest Entries

John Mann (Spirit Of The West) "Altziemers"
John Mann lives in a care home. He uses an iPad when he performs due largely in part to his inability to remember the lyrics to his songs.
Submitted by: Celeste

Backwards Messages -> Latest Entries

"Funk #48 and Funk #49," John Denver
If you play part of the lyric "He left yesterday behind him, you might say he-" it will sound something like "Yes, someday he'll be the Satan!" or "Yes, someday now be the Satany!"
Submitted by: Hunter Sullivan

Add a Letter to a Song Title -> Latest Entries

"D For Desired" originally "D For Desire" by All About Eve
Megan Tereon

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

Murder On The Humpty Dance Floor
"Murder On The Dance Floor," Sophie Ellis-Bextor and "Humpty Dance," Digital Underground
- Submitted by: Britney Spears into pruning hooks

Song Title Space Change -> Latest Entries

"Morning Hasbro Ken" originally "Morning Has Broken," Cat Stevens
Submitted by: NintendoDeerPark

Band Name Anagrams -> Latest Entries

Ellyn anagram of Nelly Submitted by: Megan Tereon
Given name; alternate spelling of Ellen

Song Title Spoonerisms -> Latest Entries

"Why Don't Ants?" originally "I Won't Dance" by Fred Astaire
Submitted by: Old Man Edgar Winter
"Flynn Scours" originally "Skinflowers" by The Young Gods
Submitted by: Andrea Greenleaf

Movies Named After Song Titles -> Latest Entries

"Rock And Roll, Part 2," George Michael
1998 rom-com, stars David Schwimmer, Mili Avital
Submitted by: Joey F.

Song Lyrics That Mention Other Songs -> Latest Entries

"Moonlight Lady" by Julio Iglesias
The Song Lyrics:
Seems it never rains in Southern California
Song They Mention:
'It Never Rains In Southern California' by Albert Hammond. In fact, Hammond was credited as 'Moonlight Lady' co-writer.
Submitted by: Joey F.

Real Places Mentioned in Songs -> Latest Entries

"Rocky Mountain Suite (Cold Nights in Canada)" by John Denver
The Lyrics:
Up in a meadow in Jasper, Alberta
Two men and four ponies on a long, lonesome ride.
Why:
Jasper is in the Canadian Rockies, and John Denver was always very transparent about his love for the outdoors and nature in general, as well as the Rockies in particular.
Submitted by: Jeremy Hoegg