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Ashley Tisdale's, "It's Alright, It's OK"
The Misheard Lyrics:
It's alright, okay, I'm so much better without you.
I want be sorry.
Alright, okay, so don't you butter where I do.
No matter what you say.
I want return, I reach that bun town.
I'm stronger now.
Alright, okay, I'm so much better without you.
The Real Lyrics:
It's alright, okay, I'm so much better without you.
I won't be sorry.
Alright, okay, so don't you bother what I do.
No matter what you say.
I won't return, our bridge has burned down.
I'm stronger now.
Alright, okay, I'm so much better without you.
The Story: I've been waiting for so long to posting this song to this site. It was pretty cool, but sounding like sweet breads. Also, it makes no sense at all for the lyrical content of this song. About this song: "It's Alright, It's OK" is track #2 on her second studio album, "Guilty Pleasure", released on 11 June 2009. It was written by Niclas Molinder, Joacim Persson, Johan Alkenäs, and David Jassy. Due to radio airplay and digital download, "It's Alright, It's OK" was charting very well with reaching #20 on Finland chart, #38 on Sweden chart, #74 on Canada chart, #99 on Billboard's Pop Chart, #104 on the UK Singles Chart, and also reaching the Top 40 internationally. "Guilty Pleasure" itself was reaching #12 on Billboard's Pop Albums Chart and #130 on the UK Albums Chart and named it the deepest album due to the lyrical content and her music that sounding too rocky than her previous album. This album was a little bit of rock while many listeners say this album as a pop rock album and can be compared to Katy Perry, Pat Benatar, Kelly Clarkson, and Ashlee Simpson. Ashley herself was one of many one-hit wonder artists after her previous singles charting very well on Billboard's Pop Chart. - Submitted by: Wisnu Aji
Ashley Tisdale's, "Positivity"
The Misheard Lyrics:
So where's this heifer?
The Real Lyrics:
The glass is half full.
The Story: I heard this at my GapKids store where I cracked up in laughter, since the background music is cut off when the lyric is sung so it makes it sound like a joke, and I wondered why they'd be playing this for children. Then weeks later, someone filled me in on the correct lyrics. - Submitted by: Joseph
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