Misheard lyrics thread


#81

I think your brother is right on this one :rofl:.


#82

“Mike McCavity! Put a record on”


#83

“You can fix your hair if it won’t grow
Ricky Fisher knows that you said so”


#84

“I can’t believe you kiss your cock goodnight”


#85

“Worms in Lee Cattermole, more real than McDonald’s”


#86

“Outside, open-mouthed crowds” = “I’m tired, open my crotch”

“From despair to where” = “Fuck this pain away” (odd as it was a decade before Peaches)

James Dean Bradfield deserves his own thread :joy:


#87

“It’s sawdust! Sawdust, everybody!”


#88

You mishear a lot of lyrics, huh


#89

Squidflan


#90

“My name is Jordan Peterson! My name is Jordan Peterson!”


#91

“Che Guevara
Shake it up”


#92

Always thought The Breeders Cannonball was " the bong in this rare gay song"

Must have heard it a thousand times before realising the actual lyrics and that they made sense.


#93

Used to hear “the masses against the classes” as “by myself, I can’t spell ‘crisis’” which is especially odd, given that it’s the title lyric being sung.


#95

I heard “Even scared myself by talking about Dahmer on your couch” as “Even scared myself by talking about Tumblr on your couch”


#96

That’s actually a potential classic Richey line! The self doubt and intense self examination, etc.


#97

I was listening to Modest Mouse earlier and remembered I used to think he was singing “someday you will die and somehow something’s gonna steal your coffin” on Parting Of The Sensory, which still works in a macabre kind of way…


#98

“I’m on sale to the sound of Microsoft”

https://youtu.be/4Uj3zitETs4&t=4m44s

https://youtu.be/yd8jh9QYfEs&t=2m42s


#99

Destiny’s Child - Bootylicious
By the look i got you shit fucking scared of me


#100

Louis Armstrong - What a Wonderful World

Misheard: I see skies of blue and clouds of white
The bright blessed day, the dogs say goodnight

Actual: I see skies of blue and clouds of white
The bright blessed day, the dark sacred night


#101

I always hear the first line as ‘all the women in the pinnies’ which is not really in line with the song’s message of female empowerment