Misheard lyrics (also called mondegreens) occur when people misunderstand the lyrics in a song. These are NOT intentional rephrasing of lyrics, which is called parody.
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This page contains a list of the songs that have stories about their misheard lyrics submitted.
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Lying Is the Most Fun a Girl Can Have Without Taking Her Clothes off, Pt. 1 album at Amazon.com
Oh, well imagine
As I'm pacing the pews in a church called :"r'adore."
Oh, well imagine
As I'm pacing the pews in a church corridor.
The Story: "R'adore sounded like some recently invented French word to me. Yeah, I don't get it either. - Submitted by: The Skuz
You better touch, you better fart.
A better touch a better f***
The Story: I was listening to this song with my cousin and thought I heard the word 'fart.' Thinking that the writers of this song were capable of sarcasm, I went along with it until I realized that it was the word 'f***', not 'fart.' - Submitted by: Cls
So disasterous boys and hard liquid girls
Will you dance to this beat and hold all of her clothes?
So disasterous boys and hard liquor girls
Will you dance to this bead and older other cose?
So testosterone boys and Harlequin girls
Will you dance to this beats and hold a lover close?
The Story: My brother misheard this lyric and was singing it. I asked, 'What did you say?', thinking he was just being funny. He repeated it seriously. Then I laughed at him, but I then had to explain to him about Harlequin. He's 12. - Submitted by: turkoizdog
Stofie boys, stofie, why?
Trophy boys, trophy wives.
The Story: I was wondering what 'stofie' meant, assuming it was a new way of describing pampered, delicate young rich people who have everything handed to them on a silver platter. - Submitted by: The Skuz
This is the centre for skidding on the linoleum floor
This is the scent of dead skin on a linoleum floor
The Story: My friends were hallway surfing and it reminded me of what I thought was the correct lyric. I sang it out loud because I thought it'd be a funny music reference and my friend who actually knew the lyrics just gave me the funniest look. - Submitted by: Katya
I always had high high hopes for Eleven
'Cause I always had high high hopes for a livin'
The Story: I thought that this was a Stranger Things tribute song until I looked up the lyrics... But my friends and I still joke about how this song is about Mike's "high hopes" for Eleven to fit in. - Submitted by: Phoebe
The Story: It was having to do with llamas - it was having to do with Anna Dewdney's book series Llama Llama and the subsequent Netflix series. - Submitted by: Cody Finke
The Story: I thought he was singing about a monkey, not his mother. - Submitted by: Davis
The doctor is beckoning
The conductor is beckoning.
The Story: I misheard this lyric because I wasn't listening to the song that well. - Submitted by: Virginia
I chime in with a "haven't you people ever heard of closing that door"
I chime in with a "haven't you people ever heard of closing g**d*** door"
The Story: I was watching the video of the song. I was singing to it when my brother stopped me and told me the lyrics. - Submitted by: JOHN CENA
So I say damn your kids
And the awful things you do
So I say damn your kiss
And the awful things you do
The Story: I was listening to music in the car with my friend, and my little brother was in the backseat. This song comes on the radio, and I look at my friend, and we start to scream the lyrics together. It gets to that one line, and my little brother in the back pipes up: "What did the kids ever do to him!?" - Submitted by: Sarah O.
Are you sh*tting me?
Are you saving me?
The Story: When I first heard this song I could’ve sworn he said this. Checked the lyrics and turns out I was wrong. I found it funny so I put it here :) - Submitted by: Yoshi
Show me boys, show me wives
Trophy boys, trophy wives
The Story: I swear to God this is what I heard, and I was ABSOLUTELY SURE those were the lyrics...and then I paid attention to the lyric video... - Submitted by: seeroftime
Sweating balls under desert skies
Swimming pools under desert skies
The Story: When my kids yelled at me for being gross I decided to check out what the actual lyrics were..oops! - Submitted by: Erin
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