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Latest Site Additions -> January 22, 2019

This is everything that was reviewed and approved for amIright on January 22, 2019. These are not items submitted on January 22, 2019, but rather items that were reviewed that day by site editors.

Song Parody Lyrics -> Latest Entries

"Alcoholic" by the_conqueror_of_parodies
    a parody of "Technologic," Daft Punk
""I'll Buy You" Said Vlad" by Auntie Trohl & Poo-Poo Pravda
    a parody of "When I Was A Lad," Gilbert & Sullivan, HMS Pinafore
"The Guy's Name is Vlad" by Poo-Poo Pravda
    a parody of "When I Was A Lad," Gilbert & Sullivan, HMS Pinafore

Misheard Lyrics Stories -> Latest Entries

"Sere Nere," Tiziano Ferro
Misheard Lyrics:
De quem será a lingerie?
Original Lyrics:
Ripenserai agli angeli
Story about this misheard lyric by: Fabrício: It's an Italian pop song, featured in the soundtrack of a Brazilian soap opera, my mother used to sing the song this way as loud as she could.

Add a Letter to a Song Title -> Latest Entries

"When The Knight Falls" originally "When The Night Falls" by Chromeo
Lois Teem
"Racer Among The Ruins" originally "Race Among The Ruins" by Gordon Lightfoot
Jana Fipp
"Raced Among The Ruins" originally "Race Among The Ruins" by Gordon Lightfoot
Jana Fipp
"Oklahoma Billy" originally "Oklahoma Bill" by Jimmy Dean
Lois Teem
"Ravishing Rugby" originally "Ravishing Ruby" by Tom T. Hall
Lois Teem

Band Name Anagrams -> Latest Entries

A Rant On Mice anagram of Marc Antoine Submitted by: Gigi
Cream Nation anagram of Marc Antoine Submitted by: Gigi
An Actor In Me anagram of Marc Antoine Submitted by: Gigi
Is he realizing a hidden talent?
Mention A Car anagram of Marc Antoine Submitted by: Gigi
Not Me, Carina! anagram of Marc Antoine Submitted by: Gigi
Ain't No Cream anagram of Marc Antoine Submitted by: Gigi
Nonstandard, I know. But it works.
I Meant 'Acorn' anagram of Marc Antoine Submitted by: Gigi
But I named a different kind of nut instead
Maine Carton anagram of Marc Antoine Submitted by: Gigi
a carton from a certain U.S. state
Not A Carmine anagram of Marc Antoine Submitted by: Gigi
carmine: a very dark shade of red
Reaction Man anagram of Marc Antoine Submitted by: Gigi
Sounds like a superhero! (Prob. not his ex-career)
Macaroni Net anagram of Marc Antoine Submitted by: Gigi
An Erotic Man anagram of Marc Antoine Submitted by: Gigi
I don't think so

Song Title Anagrams -> Latest Entries

"Ma Hears Recounting" originally "Race Among The Ruins," Gordon Lightfoot
Submitted by: Jana Fipp
"I Am Tougher Scanner" originally "Race Among The Ruins," Gordon Lightfoot
Submitted by: Jana Fipp
"A Teacher's Mourning" originally "Race Among The Ruins," Gordon Lightfoot
Submitted by: Jana Fipp
"Roughest Iceman Ran" originally "Race Among The Ruins," Gordon Lightfoot
Submitted by: Jana Fipp
"Man Ushering To Race" originally "Race Among The Ruins," Gordon Lightfoot
Submitted by: Jana Fipp
"I Anchor Augmenters" originally "Race Among The Ruins," Gordon Lightfoot
Submitted by: Jana Fipp
"Gather In A Consumer" originally "Race Among The Ruins," Gordon Lightfoot
Submitted by: Jana Fipp

Nonsensical Song Lyrics -> Latest Entries

"Da Doo Ron Ron" by The Crystals
The Nonsensical Lyrics:
Da-doo-ron-ron-ron,
da-doo-ron-ron
Why They're Nonsensical:
Of course it's nonsensical. But there's an explanation for it: The phrase was apparently just a filler phrase that songwriters Jeff Barry and Ellie Greenwich put in the lyrics until they could come up with something better, and Phil Spector told them it was perfect as it was.
Submitted by: Grinnin' Barrett

Song Lyrics That Mention Other Songs -> Latest Entries

"I Got To Know" by Starbuck
The Song Lyrics:
Any major fool down on 42nd Street
Will tell ya dere's no way to beat da heat
Song They Mention:
42nd Street - originally performed in 1933 by Ruby Keeler & Dick Powell; also recorded by The Boswell Sisters later that year, and by Mel Torme in 1964.
Submitted by: Papa John Polo