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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.

Lyrics Spoonerisms, The Beatles

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The Beatles', "From Me To You"
The Lyrics:
Just call on me, and I'll send it along
With love from me to you.
Why:
Just maul on key, and I'll lend it a song
With love from me to you.
Submitted by: Courtney (about as bad as tennis elbow)
The Beatles', "From Me To You"
The Lyrics:
With love from me to you
Why:
With love from ye to moo
Submitted by: hamburger456
The Beatles', "Girl"
The Lyrics:
Is there anybody going to listen to my story
All about the girl that came to stay?
Why:
Is there anybody going to listen to my story
All about the stirl that came too gay?
Submitted by: Ethan
The Beatles', "Here, There, And Everywhere"
The Lyrics:
Each one believing that love never dies
Why:
Each one believing that dove never lies
Submitted by: Mae Beam
The Beatles', "Lucy In The Sky With Diamonds"
The Lyrics:
Look for the girl with the Sun in her eyes and she's gone.
Why:
Look for the earl with the gun in her size and she's gone.
Submitted by: Regina Haniger
The Beatles', "Penny Lane"
The Lyrics:
And all the people that come and go
Stop and say "Hello".
Why:
And all the steeple that come and go
Pop and say "Hello".
Submitted by: Regina Haniger
The Beatles', "Penny Lane"
The Lyrics:
And the banker never wears a mac in the pouring rain.
Why:
And the wanker never bares a mac in the roaring pain. OR And the banker never wears a pack in the roaring main.
Submitted by: Regina Haniger
The Beatles', "Penny Lane"
The Lyrics:
And though she feels as if she's in a play,
Why:
And though she peels as if she's in a flay,
Submitted by: Regina Haniger
The Beatles', "Penny Lane"
The Lyrics:
Behind the shelter in the middle of the roundabout
Why:
Behind the melter in the riddle of the bound, a shout
Submitted by: Regina Haniger
The Beatles', "Penny Lane"
The Lyrics:
In Penny Lane the barber shaves another customer,
We see the banker sitting waiting for a trim,
And then the fireman rushes in from the pouring rain.
Why:
In Lenny Shayne the barber paves another customer,
We see the tanker sitting waiting for a brim,
And then the ire man rushes fin from the roaring pain.
Submitted by: Regina Haniger
The Beatles', "Penny Lane"
The Lyrics:
On the corner is a banker with a motor car.
Why:
On the corner is a canker with a motor bar. OR On the mourner is a canker with a boater car.
Submitted by: Regina Haniger
The Beatles', "Penny Lane"
The Lyrics:
Penny Lane is in my ears and in my eyes
Why:
Lenny Pain is in my ears and in my eyes
Submitted by: Peter
The Beatles', "Penny Lane"
The Lyrics:
Penny Lane is in my ears and in my eyes
Why:
Phenylene is in my beers and in my pies
Submitted by: Joe Bloggs
The Beatles', "Penny Lane"
The Lyrics:
We see the banker sitting waiting for a trim
Why:
We see the wanker sitting baiting for a trim
Submitted by: Regina Haniger

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