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Diana Ross and the Supremes - The Ultimate Collection album at Amazon.com
The Misheard Lyrics:
Outside it's cool
In a One-Ton Dress. That's a story true enough
(That's a story true enough)
The Real Lyrics:
I started school,
In a worn torn dress that somebody threw out
(Somebody threw out!)
The Story: I thought I heard inner city Detroit vernacular when I listened to this song. I grew up there in the '70s, and I had no idea what a One-Ton Dress was, but thought it might be a local neighborhood expression. I had heard growing up the expression "That's a story true enough" or in the rough approximation of what I heard "Das a story trunuff" - Submitted by: azchurch
The Misheard Lyrics:
In the UFO.
Oh, that's safe and sound...
The Real Lyrics:
In you I put
All my faith and trust
The Story: With all those spaceship sounds, especially around the intro, I couldn't help but think that she was singing this from outerspace! - Submitted by: Julie
Diana Ross And The Supremes', "Stop In The Name Of Love"
The Misheard Lyrics:
Casanova
The Real Lyrics:
Think it over.
The Story: I of course was singing this at work, and being about 4 or 5 at the time it came out I guess I didn't really pay all that much attention to the words. Someone (much older I should add), asked me 'What did you just say?!', after I sang the 'Casa- no-va' part. Needless to say, I was the laughing stock of the office that day. - Submitted by: Tim Quist
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