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This page contains a list of the songs that have stories about their misheard lyrics submitted.

Song names are sorted by first letter, excluding A and The. This is sorted by song title only, not by song title and performer. So if two different performers preformed the same song, you'll see misheard lyrics for both on the same page (provided the song title was spelt the same both times, and misheard lyrics have been submitted for both!).

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Aaron Carter's, "Aaron's Party (Come Get it)"
The Misheard Lyrics:
I'm gay
The Real Lyrics:
Come get it
The Story: I burst out laughing when I heard this one. I hate Aaron Carter, and I thought the lyrics were 'I'm gay!' I joked around saying, 'Yeah, that's true.' My friend looked at me and said 'what?' 'He's gay.' I explained to him what I heard, and he laughed and told me the real lyrics. I blushed. I still hate Aaron Carter, but now I'll chack with the lyrics before I do something stupid like that! - Submitted by: Chris Smith
Aaron Carter's, "I Want Candy"
The Misheard Lyrics:
Catch me in the morning time
The Real Lyrics:
Candy in the morning time
The Story: I used to think that's what he said. - Submitted by: Cody Finke
Aaron Carter's, "I'd Do Anything"
The Misheard Lyrics:
We've had our good times in bed
The Real Lyrics:
We've had our good times and bad
The Story: In '97, my 14-year-old sister got Aaron's album for Christmas. My girlfriend and I were sitting on the floor playing a video game, discussing whether or not Aaron, being about 10 at the time, really had that much experience of relationships and such. Once we heard this, we burst out laughing. Kids sure grow up fast in Florida, huh? - Submitted by: Erik Malm
Aaron Carter's, "I'm Not Too Young, I'm Not Too Old"
The Misheard Lyrics:
Come and show me body
Girl whatcha gonna do, come and f***
To me in the backseat.
The Real Lyrics:
Come and show me body
Girl whatcha gonna do, come and talk
To me in the backseat.
The Story: I had to look after my young cousins yesterday and they insisted on listening to their Disney cds. This song came on an my mouth dropped when I heard what I thought I did. It prompted me to go look it up. - Submitted by: Jacob Tyler
Aaron Carter's, "Iko Iko "
The Misheard Lyrics:
my grandma and your grandma sitting by the fire, my grandma said to your grandma 'I'm gonna set your plaque on fire'
The Real Lyrics:
My grandma and your grandma are sitting by the fire
my grandma says to your grandma 'I'm gonna set your flag on fire'.
The Story: I blame this mishearing on too much exposure to Weird Al during my formative years. - Submitted by: TNT
Aaron Carter's, "Iko, Iko"
The Misheard Lyrics:
My fat boy and your fat boy are sitting by the fire
My fat boy says to your fat boy
'I'm gonna set your fat on fire'.
The Real Lyrics:
My flag boy and your flag boy are sitting by the fire
My flag boy says to your flag boy
'I'm gonna set your flag on fire'.
The Story: I'm deaf now, but I heard this many years ago when I was younger and could hear. It still revisits my brain. - Submitted by: jeremiah sisovsky
Aaron Carter's, "Not Too Young, Not Too Old"
The Misheard Lyrics:
You can take it in the a--h---
Woo, your boobs
Make me want to f---
Paddle on the rollerblades
You callin' me a punk?
The Real Lyrics:
We can take it to the asphalt
Shoot some hoops
Can you slam dunk the funk
Battle on the rollerblades
You callin' me a punk?
The Story: Aaron was only a teenager at the time, but when I heard that song I could have sworn the lyrics were really dirty. And "paddle on the rollerblades". That's what I thought he was saying too. And it didn't make any sense. - Submitted by: Hu's On First
Aaron Carter's, "To All The Girls"
The Misheard Lyrics:
Two other girls
The Real Lyrics:
To all the girls
The Story: My sister is obsessed with Aaron Carter and was singing this song to me. I always look for new reasons to make fun of him, so I was like, 'What, now Aaron Carter has two girlfriends?' She stopped and was replied,'What?!?' Then she said what she was really singing, and I felt really stupid. The CD doesn't really sound like 'Two other girls,' just when my sister sings it. - Submitted by: The Blind One
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