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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, Patti Page

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Patti Page's, "Cross Over The Bridge"
The Lyrics:
Leave your fickle past behind you
Why:
Leave your pickle fast behind you
Submitted by: Terror Reid
Patti Page's, "Mockingbird Hill"
The Lyrics:
Tra-la-la, Triddledy-ded-dee,
There's peace and good will.
Why:
Tra-la-la, Triddledy-ded-dee,
There's geese and wood pill.
Submitted by: Stan E. Cox-Hyde
Patti Page's, "Old Cape Cod"
The Lyrics:
Winding roads that seem to beckon you
Why:
Binding woads that seem to reckon you
Submitted by: Margo Gram

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