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Song lyrics aren't supposed to be a fountain of perfect english, but on the other hand some are just so atrocious, they need to get called out. We're not looking for sentance fragments or the word ain't since there are too many instances to count.

Bad Grammar in Song Lyrics, Paul McCartney & Wings

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The Lyrics:
And Jet, I thought the Major
Was a Lady Suffragette
'The Major' appears to refer to the girl's father, but 'suffragette' is the feminine form of the word.
Submitted by: Robert Ballinger
Paul McCartney and Wings', "Live and LEt Die"
The Lyrics:
Be fair -- the lyrics are : "But if this ever-changing world in which we're livin'" which is perfectly grammatical.
Actually, I think the proper lyrics do NOT belong in the Bad grammar section and should be removed.
Submitted by: Patrick Di Justo
Paul McCartney & Wings', "Live and Let Die"
The Lyrics:
"and in this ever changing world in where we're living"
Above are the correct lyrics! There's nothing wrong with it! People are mishearing it for some reason? Dumbasses.
Submitted by: Jon

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