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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 lyrics.

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Hamilton, Joe Frank And Reynolds', "Don't Pull Your Love"
The Lyrics:
Take my heart, my soul, my money.
Why:
Make my tart, my hole, my sonny.
Submitted by: D. Melody Dole, MD
Hamilton, Joe Frank And Reynolds', "Don't Pull Your Love"
The Lyrics:
Take my heart, my soul, my money.
Why:
Make my tart, my soul, my honey.
Submitted by: D. Melody Dole, MD
Hamilton, Joe Frank And Reynolds', "Don't Pull Your Love"
The Lyrics:
Take my heart, my soul, my money.
Why:
Take my mart, my soul, my honey.
Submitted by: D. Melody Dole, MD
Roger Miller's, "Kansas City Star"
The Lyrics:
I'm the number one attraction of every supermarket parking lot.
Why:
I'm the number one attraction of every super carpet marking lot.
Submitted by: Mae Beam
Roger Miller's, "Kansas City Star"
The Lyrics:
I'm the number one attraction of every supermarket parking lot.
Why:
I'm the number one attraction of every supermarket larking pot.
Submitted by: Mae Beam
Matthew West's, "A Christmas To Believe In"
The Lyrics:
"It's A Wonderful Life" in black and white just like it should be
Why:
"It's A Blunderful Life" in shack and white just like it would be
Submitted by: Rhoda Dohr
Matthew West's, "A Christmas To Believe In"
The Lyrics:
"It's A Wonderful Life"
In black and white just like it should be.
Why:
"It's A Wonderful Life"
In whack and blight just like it should be.
Submitted by: D. Melody Dole, MD
Buffalo Springfield's, "For What It's Worth"
The Lyrics:
What a field day for the heat
Why:
What a healed day for the feet
Submitted by: Ned MacCamden
Larry Gatlin And The Gatlin Brothers', "All The Gold In California"
The Lyrics:
California's a brand new game.
Why:
California's a grand boo name.
Submitted by: Sir Ron Norris
Larry Gatlin And The Gatlin Brothers', "All The Gold In California"
The Lyrics:
It don't matter at all where you've played before.
Why:
It don't patter at all where you've flayed. Be more.
Submitted by: Sir Ron Norris

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