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Old 01-23-2011, 10:37 AM
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Mis-heard song lyrics

Given that rock music singers are not always going for precision in diction, there have been a number of vague-sounding lyrics over the years that present a challenge to those who are interested in what the musicians have to say...all two of us that is. I'm not talking about heavy metal or other types where the idea is to channel demons from Hell, but actual songs.

So, especially when as a child you took it all in with naive innocence, there were times when a songs lyrics were mis-heard but just accepted as being something that must have apparently made sense to the musicians, and your mind tried to apply meaning to the mis-interpretation.

This thread is an opportunity to post your favorite or funniest mis-heard song lyrics. To start things off, I will present the following"

When I was a kid, "It don't Come Easy" by Ringo Starr came out, and the title line, as sung, entered my brain as " ...no, don't call me 'Zeh'!"

I imagined that Ringo had objected to being called "Zeh" by whomever, and was telling them off in this song, or that maybe "Zeh" was some kind of British pejorative.
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