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Subject: mis-heard lyrics (surely they didn't say...)
From: Kris
Date: 06 Jan 99 - 05:57 AM

I was enjoying the 'banned' thread, and it reminded me of how shocked I was when I heard the following Bananarama lyrics : "Robert DeNiro's waiting, f****king Italian" which was actually, of course : "Robert DeNiro's waiting, talking italian"

AND - when the same group sang 'I'm your Venus', I'm afraid I misheard that as well!!!!

Must be their diction.

Anyone else got any good slip-of-the-ear?

Kris


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Subject: RE: mis-heard lyrics (surely they didn't say...)
From: alison
Date: 06 Jan 99 - 07:43 AM

Hi,

Off you go and have fun.....

Misheard lyrics

Slainte

alison


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Subject: RE: mis-heard lyrics (surely they didn't say...)
From: Kris
Date: 06 Jan 99 - 08:23 AM

Thanks Alison - but how will I get any work done now???

Cheers'm'dear

Kris


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Subject: RE: mis-heard lyrics (surely they didn't say...)
From: Alice
Date: 06 Jan 99 - 09:34 AM

Kris, we have had several discussions about mondegreens, and I have refreshed one of them from 1997 called "mistakes I have made when listening to songs". You probably know that 'mondegreen' is the term for this (laid him on the green, heard as Lady Mondegreen).


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Subject: RE: mis-heard lyrics (surely they didn't say...)
From: Kris
Date: 06 Jan 99 - 10:14 AM

Cheers Alice - I'll divert to there...

Kris


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Subject: RE: mis-heard lyrics (surely they didn't say...)
From: Roger "the zimmer"
Date: 06 Jan 99 - 11:20 AM

Not a lyric (though a possible subject for a song!?)but as a librarian I once had a student ask for "Tess of the Dormobiles" who I visualised as an Australian touring the world in her camper van!


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Subject: RE: mis-heard lyrics (surely they didn't say...)
From: Helen
Date: 07 Jan 99 - 06:23 AM

Roger, When I was a librarian (no, I'm not just being a "me-too", I really was one once) someone asked for the book called Tequila Mockingbird (To Kill A Mockingbird). She couldn't figure out why the staff were rolling around on the floor laughing.

Helen


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Subject: RE: mis-heard lyrics (surely they didn't say...)
From: Mo
Date: 08 Jan 99 - 11:34 AM

When singing hymns as a child I always used to wonder about the line "there is a green hill far away, without a city wall". Why would a green hill WANT a city wall anyway??! Mo


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Subject: RE: mis-heard lyrics (surely they didn't say...)
From: Jenny
Date: 10 Jan 99 - 12:18 AM

My favorite misheard lyrics are in the tune Groovin' by the Young Rascals. For many eons, I thought the line was about a threesom ... "Life would be ecstacy, you, and me, and Leslie ... groovin." jenny


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Subject: RE: mis-heard lyrics (surely they didn't say...)
From: Sandy Paton
Date: 10 Jan 99 - 04:14 AM

Speaking of threesomes: as a child, I always thought that "round yon virgin, mother, and child" (my punctuation) gave us three people in the scene.

Sandy


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Subject: RE: mis-heard lyrics (surely they didn't say...)
From: Cuilionn
Date: 10 Jan 99 - 03:09 PM

Dinnae ken how mony Mudcatters listen tae bands like th' Proclaimers, (Scottish braithers frae 'roond Aberdeen) but for years I wis blythly singin' alang tae ane sang, ca'd "This is the Story..."

I wis singin' ane o' th' lines as "This is th' story o' Lizzie McGillicuddy..." when my friend whae wis drivin' started laughin' sae hard she near tae left th' road. Several minutes later, still snickerin', she pulled o'er ontae th' shoulder o' th' highway an' draggit oot th' liner notes frae th' cassette case...

Turns oot th' wairds actually read "This is a story aboot losin' my virginity."

(Daes my mis-hearin' hae onythin' tae dae wi' me bein' a student at a seminary?!? Sic a wee innocent I wis, aye!)

Gabh spors, --Cuilionn


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Subject: RE: mis-heard lyrics (surely they didn't say...)
From: Benjamin Bodhra/nai/
Date: 10 Jan 99 - 05:27 PM

Here in Oz we had a rock/surf band called Australian Crawl, who's vocalist is reknowned for his unintelligible lyrics. The best one was from "Restless" which had a line "she don't like that kinda behaviour" which was once misheard as "she don't like dead Canada beavers"


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Subject: RE: mis-heard lyrics (surely they didn't say...)
From: Duane D.
Date: 10 Jan 99 - 09:58 PM

Next time you end up listening to a rock music radio station and they play CCR "Bad Moon Rising", tell me if you hear them singing, "there's a bathroom on the right..."


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Subject: RE: mis-heard lyrics (surely they didn't say...)
From: Margo
Date: 06 Apr 00 - 05:40 PM

Not the lyrics mis-heard, but a comma in the wrong place which completely changes the meaning!!! The sailors would say "me" instead of "my". And I'm not the only one who has taken this wrongly:

CORRECT: Oh do, me Johnny Boker, roll me in the clover.

WHAT I THOUGHT: Oh do me, Johnny Boker, roll me in the clover.

I sure did laugh when I saw this in print and realized my mistake!

Margo


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Subject: RE: mis-heard lyrics (surely they didn't say...)
From: GUEST,Rich(stupidbodhranplayer......)
Date: 06 Apr 00 - 05:55 PM

My mother misheard Elton John singing [br] "She's got electric boobs, a mohair suit, you know I read it in a magazine" [br] [br] Rich


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Subject: RE: mis-heard lyrics (surely they didn't say...)
From: Midchuck
Date: 06 Apr 00 - 06:17 PM

It's not a lyric, but for years I had the vague impression that Olivia Newton-John was a trio.

Peter.


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Subject: RE: mis-heard lyrics (surely they didn't say...)
From: Pixie
Date: 06 Apr 00 - 08:12 PM

I heard someone singing "I'll never be your pizza burning" instead of Mick Jagger's original line "I'll never be your beast of burden"....

Line from "Bobby McGee"....."I took my harpoon out of my dirty red pajamas"....I now sing the song that way if I can get through with a straight face...if not, who the hell cares?

Someone near and dear to me always thought is was "round young virgins" in "Silent Night"....


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Subject: RE: mis-heard lyrics (surely they didn't say...)
From: Caitrin
Date: 06 Apr 00 - 08:29 PM

Tequila Mockingbird reminded me of some other non-lyrical Mondegreens. My mother, when teaching Composition at ECU, had a student turn in a paper referring to an author winning the Pullet Surprise. She also got a paper that she was expecting to be about euthanasia which was instead about youth in asia. My personal favorite, though, is the student who, intending to write "Voila!" instead wrote "Viola!" (That's a standard phrase in my house now.)
On the lyrical side, I (as a small child) sang the words to the Grateful Dead song "Casey Jones" as "Ridin' that train, Hi, I'm ok!"


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Subject: RE: mis-heard lyrics (surely they didn't say...)
From: Mbo
Date: 06 Apr 00 - 08:52 PM

Don't even ASK about the Rodney Crowell song "After All This Time", where I thought he was saying "The dream that keeps your hopes alive, the smooshy-wooshy in your eye..." Caitrin, you gotta watch the Furniture Guys, Ed & Joe--they say "Et viola!" all the time! So did Bullwinkle if I remember correctly....I hear one person who though the chorus of Chumbawamba's "Tubthumping" was "I get no down, but I'm an opera man, you're never gonna keep me down..."

--Mbo


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Subject: RE: mis-heard lyrics (surely they didn't say...)
From: Jo Taylor
Date: 06 Apr 00 - 09:02 PM

Try this: Kiss this Guy. Keep you busy for hours.

Jo


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Subject: RE: mis-heard lyrics (surely they didn't say...)
From: Jo Taylor
Date: 06 Apr 00 - 09:07 PM

O bugger. Try again: Kiss this Guy

Jo


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Subject: RE: mis-heard lyrics (surely they didn't say...)
From: Jo Taylor
Date: 06 Apr 00 - 09:09 PM

That's better. 1,783 bungled lyrics...

Jo


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Subject: RE: mis-heard lyrics (surely they didn't say...)
From: zenduck
Date: 06 Apr 00 - 10:20 PM

Our Father, who art in Heaven, Harold be thy name...


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Subject: RE: mis-heard lyrics (surely they didn't say...)
From: zenduck
Date: 06 Apr 00 - 10:31 PM

Or "Howard" - God is known by many names...


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Subject: RE: mis-heard lyrics (surely they didn't say...)
From: catspaw49
Date: 06 Apr 00 - 10:35 PM

I know I told this somewhere, but as a young boy, going to church and singing was a big part of my life and my grandfather read me stories almost nightly of various bible stories. One night I asked him who "Andy" was. He looked at me and asked what Andy I meant. I said, "You know Pop, the one we sing about in church." He had a thoughtful look, but finally admitted he could not think of a song with Andy in it. I couldn't believe he didn't know, because it was one of his favorites. I said, "Aw Pop, its the one that says, 'Andy walks with me, Andy talks with me.'"

It was one of his favorite stories til the day he died.

Spaw


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Subject: RE: mis-heard lyrics (surely they didn't say...)
From: MarkS
Date: 06 Apr 00 - 10:40 PM

Or any lyric at all from Louie Louie by the Kingsmen. It is not possible that the song could be as obscene as my adolescent brain made it out to be


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Subject: RE: mis-heard lyrics (surely they didn't say...)
From: Mbo
Date: 06 Apr 00 - 10:44 PM

Ha ha, on Star Trek:Deep Space Nine, Odo the Changeling was kayaking with Irishman Miles O'Brien in the holodeck. When asked about the experience, he said "Chief O'Brien kept singing this sea chantey over and over again...called 'Louie Louie'..." What a riot! A sea chantey! HAHA!

--Mbo


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Subject: RE: mis-heard lyrics (surely they didn't say...)
From: Mrrzy
Date: 06 Apr 00 - 11:56 PM

Speaking of nonlyrical mishearings, I don't know if any of you watch South Park, but I was wearing a Kenny T-shirt (apologies), and one of my 4-year olds pointed and exclaimed: Kiko Kenny! At which point the other one responded: We're Blasters!

Nice to know that they don't know the word Bastard yet - I know they know others because the other day I dropped a yoghurt and made a huge mess, and was standing there figuratively biting my tongue, when one of the twins pipes up Good for you, Mommie! You didn't say s**t!

Also nice to know they appreciate my efforts!


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Subject: RE: mis-heard lyrics (surely they didn't say...)
From: Margo
Date: 07 Apr 00 - 12:00 AM

Mrrzy, that's a riot! I have the same problem with my kid. I did say s**t, and when he repeated it perfectly, I changed it to shoot. I hope he remembers the latter. Does anybody know the lyrics to Louie Louie? Are there actually lyrics?

Margo


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Subject: RE: mis-heard lyrics (surely they didn't say...)
From: Mbo
Date: 07 Apr 00 - 12:08 AM

Lyrics right here! Ha! Didn't think there were any, didja?

--Mbo


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Subject: RE: mis-heard lyrics (surely they didn't say...)
From: Mbo
Date: 07 Apr 00 - 12:10 AM

Well dangit! I CAN see Louie Louie as a sea chantey! Maybe we can get Kendall to sing it on Mudcat Radio? **BG**

--Mbo


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Subject: RE: mis-heard lyrics (surely they didn't say...)
From: Lady McMoo
Date: 07 Apr 00 - 07:57 AM

On a Lighthouse Family track:

Actual: "I'm a lost soul..."

Distictly heard by Lady McMoo and myself: "I'm an asshole..."

mcmoo


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Subject: RE: mis-heard lyrics (surely they didn't say...)
From: Snuffy
Date: 07 Apr 00 - 08:36 AM

A little boy at my mother's one-roomed village school in the 50s started the Lord's Prayer:

Our Farmer, wi' calves in heaven, Harold be thy name.

Wassail! V


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Subject: RE: mis-heard lyrics (surely they didn't say...)
From: TerriM
Date: 07 Apr 00 - 02:38 PM

I always thought the ABBA song entitled Chitiquita ( or some such outlandish thing) was called Take your teeth out, only song I ever liked of theirs.


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Subject: RE: mis-heard lyrics (surely they didn't say...)
From: GUEST,Jim Dixon
Date: 07 Apr 00 - 03:35 PM

When I was in maybe 3rd grade I remember one of my classmates writing on the blackboard a story containing the phrase "neck store". He meant "next door". He could hardly believe it when somebody told him he was wrong, and stood staring at the blackboard a long time. I though it was so hilarious then that I've remembered it after all these years. That was maybe 45 years ago.


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Subject: RE: mis-heard lyrics (surely they didn't say...)
From: GUEST,DanD
Date: 07 Apr 00 - 03:45 PM

Listening to my daughter singing the old Crystal Gayle (sp) song her younger brother broke up. "Now it makes sense" says he " "I alway thought it was Donuts make my brown eyes blue"


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Subject: RE: mis-heard lyrics (surely they didn't say...)
From: Ely
Date: 07 Apr 00 - 05:19 PM

"Last Train from Poor Valley" [Norman Blake] came out as "Last Train from Corvallis"--my dad didn't think that was a very likely setting for a sad song about a miner's wife running away.

One version I heard of "Wabash Cannonball" had a line about "ride the rods and brake-beams" and I thought it was "ride the rods and break beans", like a hobo version of breaking bread.


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Subject: RE: mis-heard lyrics (surely they didn't say...)
From: GUEST,dick greenhaus
Date: 07 Apr 00 - 05:21 PM

The classics, of course, are in hymns:

Gladly, the cross-eyed bear, and

Lead On, Thou Kinky Turtle.

My pet misplaced comma occures in the version of Red River Valley that asks: "Can I leave her, behind, unprotected?"


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Subject: RE: mis-heard lyrics (surely they didn't say...)
From: fox4zero
Date: 07 Apr 00 - 05:30 PM

Whether God's name is Howard or Harold...Lead us not into Penn Station!

Larry Parish


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Subject: RE: mis-heard lyrics (surely they didn't say...)
From: SDShad
Date: 07 Apr 00 - 05:40 PM

Or, before they added "under God" to "one nation, indivisible" in the Pledge of Allegiance, my father as a little boy thought it was "one naked individual."

He found that puzzling.

Looking for the Church of the Kinky Turtle,

Shad


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Subject: Lyr Add: THE LOWEST PAIR (John Hartford)
From: Jacob B
Date: 07 Apr 00 - 05:47 PM

The Lowest Pair
by John Hartford

Much further off than inevitable
Halloween's they game
Sky King is come, and Wilma's done
Uncertain, as it is uneven
Give us this day hors d'oeuvres in bed
As we forgive those who have dressed up against us
And need us not enter inflation
But a liver, onions, and tomatoes
For wine on a shingle, and a mower
And a story for your father
All right


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Subject: RE: mis-heard lyrics (surely they didn't say...)
From: Irish sergeant
Date: 07 Apr 00 - 06:00 PM

Not a misheard lyric but something I found rather amusing at the time. (Circa 1985 you know in the heyday of the Reaganistas) And i quote: with apologies to our Russian friends, "Now I lay me down to sea, To teach the Russians democracy. If I should die before we berth, nuke the bastards off the earth." I heard that while in the Navy. I also heard a mis pronunciation of Boney Maroney (Bone Me Moroney). Misheard lyrics would make a great and amusing book. Neil


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Subject: RE: mis-heard lyrics (surely they didn't say...)
From: zenduck
Date: 07 Apr 00 - 06:45 PM

Ah, hymns. This is an actual Spoonerism uttered by the esteemed Rev. Spooner himself:

"Today's hymn is 'Kinquering Kongs Their Tikles Tate.'"


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Subject: RE: mis-heard lyrics (surely they didn't say...)
From: GUEST
Date: 07 Apr 00 - 08:10 PM

That's too much. I am tempted to write a folkier version of Louie Louie. Maybe I'll check with my neck store neighbor! LOL!

Margo


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Subject: RE: mis-heard lyrics (surely they didn't say...)
From: GUEST,mccreadie_mic@hotmail.com
Date: 07 Apr 00 - 08:15 PM

we had sailed seven years when the weasels broke out from 'The Irish rover' 'and the marbles that you ate' Crystal Chandeliers.


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Subject: RE: mis-heard lyrics (surely they didn't say...)
From: Caitrin
Date: 07 Apr 00 - 11:23 PM

Well, my brother and I were cruising through kissthisguy.com, and I discovered that my younger brother had always thought Ian Anderson was singing about Aqualung "Eyeing little girls with padded pants."


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Subject: RE: mis-heard lyrics (surely they didn't say...)
From: Snuffy
Date: 08 Apr 00 - 08:12 AM

In Sullivan's John (see recent thread), I misheard the spelling(?!) as
You've gone with a tinker's daughter fair
Along the road to Rome

Couldn't decide whether he was going to Italy or converting to Catholicism (but then he would probably have been a Catholic anyway

Wassail! V


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Subject: RE: mis-heard lyrics (surely they didn't say...)
From: GUEST,janet
Date: 08 Apr 00 - 10:31 AM

speaking of "round yon virgin".....my husband (when a kid, of course) thought it was Round John Virgin!!! sounds like a robin hood character.


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Subject: RE: mis-heard lyrics (surely they didn't say...)
From: GUEST,janet
Date: 08 Apr 00 - 10:49 AM

my kids were very good at mishearing.

my little daughter used used to love the the (BEE_GEES?) song LOVE IS THICKER THAN WATER. however, she would sing LOVE IS SUCKERS IN WATER.

and my son didn't sing much but when just about a year old would try to imitate my husband and pray before he would eat. but instead of directing his prayer to Jehovah, his prayer went like this... HERBERT, AMEN. short and sweet, huh?


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Subject: RE: mis-heard lyrics (surely they didn't say...)
From: TerriM
Date: 08 Apr 00 - 04:28 PM

A friend of mine once asked me in all seriousness how they could play such a crude song on the radio which I heard as " He's a walking miracle" but she heard as " He's a ****ing miracle"


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