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A spoonerism occurs when the first letters or syllables of two or more words get swapped. The term spoonerism is named in honor of the Reverend William Archibald Spooner whose students used to write down all the instances of spoonerisms that he made. This page focuses on spoonerisms in song titles.

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Entries Beginning with Y

"Yellow Bedletter," Pearl Jam originally "Yellow Ledbetter"
Lefty Lucy
"You Ain't Woman Enough To Make My Tan," Loretta Lynn originally "You Ain't Woman Enough To Take My Man"
Andy Gibb's Free Energy
"You Beat Pea To The Munch," Mary Wells originally "You Beat Me To The Punch"
Eva Shortoria
"Poo Beat Ye To The Munch," Mary Wells originally "You Beat Me To The Punch"
Eva Shortoria
"Lou Can Get Yo," Crystal Shawanda originally "You Can Let Go"
Lydia Helton
"You Can Get Low," Crystal Shawanda originally "You Can Let Go"
Naomi Swanson
"You Can't Be A Leakin' (If Your Bite Don't Shine)," Donna Fargo originally "You Can't Be A Beacon (If Your Light Don't Shine)"
Cassandra Lund
"You Can't Bowler Skate In A Ruffalo Herd," Roger Miller originally "You Can't Rollerskate In A Buffalo Herd"
Ruffalo, as in Mark Ruffalo
Regina Haniger
"You Don't Save To Lay You Move He," Dusty Springfield originally "You Don't Have To Say You Love Me"
Peter
"You Won't Daunt Me Anymore," Steel Bronze originally "You Don't Want Me Anymore"
Ursula Turpin
"You Dropped A Mom On Bee," The Gap Band originally "You Dropped A Bomb On Me"
Natalie Merchant Of Venice
"Drew Bopped A Mom On Ye," The Gap Band originally "You Dropped A Bomb On Me"
Naughty Drew!
Natalie Merchant Of Venice
"Few Hound Me," The Fray originally "You Found Me"
Britney Spears into pruning hooks
"You Bought It -- Gad!," Usher originally "You Got It Bad"
Regina Haniger
"You Got Bit Ad," Usher originally "You Got It Bad"
Regina Haniger
"You Have Placed A Hill In My Chart," The Eurythmics originally "You Have Placed A Chill In My Heart"
Regina Haniger
"You Ho Now I Do," Taking Back Sunday originally "You Know How I Do"
Lizzie
"Lou Yearn," Alanis Morissette originally "You Learn"
Natalie Portmanteau Word
"You Make Me Feel Like Sanding," Leo Sayer originally "You Make Me Feel Like Dancing"
Allison O'Silla
"Sue Make Ye Mick," Pink originally "You Make Me Sick"
How can Sue turn anyone into Mick?
Tracy Frummond
"Sue, Mend Ye," Sam Cooke originally "You Send Me"
Joanna Whitmire
"You Mend Sea," Sam Cooke originally "You Send Me"
Didn't know the sea was ever broken.
Joanna Whitmire
"You Make Tea Places," Jamie Slocum originally "You Take Me Places"
Hank E. Panky
"Ghoul Never Yet To Heaven," The Stylistics originally "You'll Never Get To Heaven"
No ghoul has gotten there yet!
Monica Harpootlian
"You'll Ever Knock Alone," Frank Sinatra originally "You'll Never Walk Alone"
MOR
"You're A Green One, Mister Mensch," Cast of 'How The Grinch Stole Christmas' originally "You're A Mean One, Mister Grinch"
Lisa Rose
"Your Pear Mat Foe," Susan Jacks originally "You're A Part Of Me"
Dogniss Everdeen
"Your Pea Mart Foe," Susan Jacks originally "You're A Part Of Me"
Dogniss Everdeen
"You're Washing, But You're No Crave," Fall Out Boy originally "You're Crashing, But You're No Wave"
Lizzie
"You're Washing, But You're No Crave," Fall Out Boy originally "You're Crashing, But You're No Wave"
Lizzie
"Your Guy Merle," Roy Orbison originally "You're My Girl"
Karen Smith
"You're Mill Sty Man," Whitney Houston originally "You're Still My Man"
Scarlett Lopez
"You're Mill, My Stan," Whitney Houston originally "You're Still My Man"
Scarlett Lopez
"You're The Cough In My Creamy," Traditional originally "You're The Cream In My Coffee"
Oldtimer
"Your Heatin' Chart," Hank Williams originally "Your Cheatin' Heart"
Millie Verst
"Moor Kisses Kill Ye," Eydie Gorme originally "Your Kisses Kill Me"
Beware of kissing on the moor!
Lou Quilson
"Your Misses Kill Key," Eydie Gorme originally "Your Kisses Kill Me"
Lou Quilson
"Your Kisses Mill Key," Eydie Gorme originally "Your Kisses Kill Me"
Lou Quilson
"Your Old Banned Sty," Mary Wells originally "Your Old Stand By"
Regina Olsen

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