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Have Fun with Misheard Lyrics 2
"I have so much fun with misheard lyrics that I've decided to do more quizzes on the same topic. This is the second in my "Have Fun with Misheard Lyrics" series. With one exception, the songs in this quiz are from the 1960s and 1970s."
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This song by Creedence Clearwater Revival has spawned some hilarious misheard lyrics. Which are the correct lyrics?
There's a bathroom on the right.
There's a bad moon on the rise.
There's a baboon on the right.
There's a bedroom on the right.
The title of this song by the Bangles is also contained in the lyrics. This is one song that I knew properly, but many other people heard some funny words in place of the correct ones. Which of these lines, which also contains the title of the song, is correct?
It's just another magic Monday.
It's just another man named Monday.
It's just another Manic Monday.
It's just an unromantic Monday.
Elton John's "Your Song" is a beautiful love song, but it's amazing how many people get the lyrics wrong. Which of the following lines is correct?
Yours are the sweetest eyes I've ever seen.
You are the sweetest guy I've ever seen.
Those are the sweetest guys I've ever seen.
Those are the sweetest times I've ever seen.
Once again, the title of the song can be found in part of this line of lyrics. Can you tell me the correct lyrics for this line, or have your ears been deceiving you?
All that's left is a man of gold.
All that's left is some pantyhose.
All that's left is a van of gold.
All that's left is a band of gold.
One of Neil Diamond's songs has also given us an opportunity to hilariously mangle the lyrics. Which of the following lines not only has the correct lyrics but is also the title of the song?
Reverend in blue jeans
forever in blue jeans
a rebel in blue jeans
the devil in blue jeans
How many of us have been singing the incorrect words to Lobo's "Me and You and a Dog Named Boo"? I'll find out when you answer this question. Don't worry, you're in good company.
How I love to see you again.
How I love being a freemason.
How I love being a pre-med.
How I love being a free man.
Sweet's "Little Willy" used to be one of my favourite songs, because it's fun and so upbeat. Do you remember how the song goes?
Little Willy really won't go home.
Little Willy, Willy Wonka, go home.
Little woolly Willy won't go home.
Little Willy, Willy won't, go home.
I always loved Norman Greenbaum's "Spirit in the Sky", mostly because of the music. The words can be a little hard to hear. Can you help me figure out the words that belong at the end of these lines?
To the spirit in the sky
That's where you're gonna go..."
when you lie
after you die
if you lie
when you die
Led Zeppelin's "Stairway to Heaven" has many places where the lyrics could be misunderstood. Which are the right lyrics for the following line?
if there's a bustle in your bedroom
if there's a bustle in your hedgerow
if there's a buzzard in your bedroom
if there's a bustle in your head, Jerome
John Denver's "Rocky Mountain High" is a beautiful song, and yet there are still lyrics that can be confusing to the ear. Which of the following lines is correct?
I've seen it rainin' fire in the sky.
I'd see it rain if I were in disguise.
I've seen it reign with ire in the sky.
I've seen it reign with ire in disguise.
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Compiled May 11 13