These are the only ones of which the news has come to Harvard,
And there may be many others, but they haven't been discovered.
The words Harvard and Discovered are both mispronounced in order to make this rhyme.
Submitted by: EF
Emilie Ramirez's, "Tranquilizer"
Emilie always mispronounces "tranquilizer" as "trankalizer"
Submitted by: Courtney Windexer
We had joy, we had fun,
We had seasons in the sun
Terry drops the H from "had" every time, making it sound like "add"
Submitted by: The Kicking Lady
An older version of me
is she perverted like me
Would she go down on you into a theater?
She pronounces "theater" as "THEER-ter" instead of "thee-A-ter", the common pronunciation.
Submitted by: Sheila Oh
The birds go woof, the dogs go tweet.
It sounds like she is singing "the bats go woof" instead, due the english accents the characters have.
Submitted by: The Mole
's, "The Black People Song"
The Mexican calls me apple 'cause we both hang from trees
He pronounced "Mexican" like "mexi-CAN", instead of "MEXIC-in"
Submitted by: Mere
You got a Maybach trunk full of expensive junk.
Kevin pronounces "Maybach" as "may back". It's actually "my bock". I'm guessing Kevin isn't that knowledgeable about cars.
Submitted by: Brian Kelly
Don't do love, don't do friends
She pronounced "love" like "low", not sure if it was intentional or not.
Submitted by: Justin
Only feeling I found in you was loneliness
She pronounces "loneliness" like "loan-LENNIS" instead of "LOAN-lee-ness". When i first heard the song, i thought she was saying "some lettuce" until i checked the lyrics!
Submitted by: Sweet Anne
Yeah, that'd be alright, that'd be alright.
Alan mispronounced it as "That, it be alright," or "Dad will be alright". Alan would try saying "That will be alright"
Submitted by: Darius Whitehead