Who hasn't done this growing up? You love the song, but mumble that certain line YOU KNOW you have wrong BUT can't quite work it out.
A few I used to mishear-
We Built This City - Starship
1st verse- "Knee deep in the hoopla" was "maybe there's a hoopla"
3rd verse- "Police have got the choke hold," was "we forgotten a choke hold"
"...in to our rock guitars " became "...in two watt guitars"
Eye of The Tiger - Survivor
chorus- "And the last known survivor, Stalks his prey in the night to me was "And the last known survivor, Stops to pray in the night"
As /DC's been mentioned, My fave AC/DC track- A Whole Lotta Rosie: "Ain't no fairy story Ain't no skin and bones" was "Ain't no famous story,
Ain't no scale and bone"
also: "All through the night time, Right around the clock, To my surprise, Rosie never stops" became "All through the night time, But not around
the clock, Too muscley pride, Don't it never stop"
There were many, MANY others, but I'll leave it there. OoooH though...
THE OTHER DAY....!!!
My kids were in bits....One was playing Don't You Worry Child - Swedish House Mafia.
I was in a boppy mood, so I chimed in with the chorus:
"Don't you worry, don't you worry child, Sieanna's got a plan for you". They wet themselves!!
Noting their hysterics, I attempted to redeem myself by denying I actually said that; and piped "Don't....child, see Anna's got a plan for
My God, they still laugh NOW when it comes on.
I thank you.