Misheard Lyrics #200wordchallenge

Earworm Alert. Once you hear some of these, you can’t unhear them. Don’t say I didn’t warn you.

Rolling Stones – Beast of Burden. I Can Suck It Up sounds like Suck A Duck.

Judas Priest – Breaking The Law sounds like Raking The Lawn.

Our Lady Peace – Heavyweight. Building Fires By Their Homes sounds like Building Fires By Their Balls.

The Offspring – Coming For You. Don’t Get Caught sounds like Donkey Kong. In fact, most of the searches on the internet list Donkey Kong as the lyric.

The Who – Bargain. I’d Gladly Lose Me To Find You sounds like I’d Gladly Eat Moose Meat To Find You.

AC/DC – Dirty Deeds Done Dirt Cheap sounds like Thunder Chief. That is the oldest one in my collection. I first heard this in grade school back in the day.

Yes – Roundabout. Mountains Come Out Of The Sky sounds like Mullets Come Out Of The Sky. I wonder if that means the fish, or the hairstyle.

Van Halen – Ain’t Talkin’ ‘Bout Love sounds like Eat Turkey For Lunch.

Drowning Pool – Bodies. Let The Bodies Hit The Floor sounds like Let The Bunnies Hit The Floor.

 

Discuss.

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23 thoughts on “Misheard Lyrics #200wordchallenge

  1. These are great. Gotta love how our minds (and ears) work. My Van Halen misheard lyric comes from “Runnin’ With The Devil.” I heard “I’ve got no love, no love you’d call real” and “I’ve got no love, no love in Korea.” I was in junior high school (aka middle school) at the time and my Korean classmates enjoyed that one.

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  2. I will be singing Raking the lawn from now on!
    In Lake Fever, I always heard “don’t want a little VCR part” (instead of little piece of your heart) – there was a seinfeld where a video store employee gave Elaine the play button from his VCR, I just assumed it was a reference to that sort of ill-advised romantic gesture!

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    • Whatever floats your boat is fine by me. Ohhh. The misheard lyrics. Got it. 😉

      I did not know there was a word for it. Cool.

      That Hendrix one is possibly the most famous one. There is a DJ near here that does a regular segment in which she mentions different misheard lyrics, and it is named after the line you just mentioned.

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