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Bad Grammar in Song Lyrics, Queen

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Queen's, "Good Old Fashioned Lover Boy"
The Lyrics:
I'd like for you and I to go romancing.
Why:
Freddie Mercury uses the subjective pronoun "I" in the object of the sentence. You wouldn't say,"I'd like for I to go romancing." He should've said, "I'd like for you and me to go romancing." Or even better yet, "I'd like for us to go romancing." I'm not even going to try and figure out if he's using the word romancing correctly in this sentence.
Submitted by: Debra High

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