Misheard song lyrics have become the greatest joke of modern times. Thanks to lyrics websites, we are now painfully aware of just how wrongly we've been mouthing wrong all this time. People have taken to social media in their droves to reveal the song lyrics they've been misquoting for years and we just had to share them:
Instead of, "Ain't no hollaback girl," I thought Gwen Stefani was singing, "Ain't no harm in that girl," and I thought this until very, very, very recently.
— Paul Howard (@AkaPaulHoward) September 26, 2018
Misheard song lyrics:
Cumma, cumma, cumma, cumma, cum on chameleons.
— Doron (@NotZaphod) September 18, 2018
"I feel it in my bones. Enough to make my sister moan!"
— ?? Kat Gunn (@MystikGunn) May 7, 2016
Growing up I thought Tina Turner thought love was a second hand in motion. #misheardsonglyrics
— Nikki Haverstock (@RancherNikki) March 6, 2018
— @40yroldSwiftie✨Karen✨ (@40yroldswiftie) July 18, 2018
'Concrete jungle wet dream tomato'
"Concrete jungle where dreams are made of"
New York, Alicia Keys
— Best Misheard Lyrics (@BadMisheard) January 5, 2015
You got blood on yo' face
You big disgrace
Wavin' your bladder all over the place
— Kenneth Gustafsson (@qentsu) September 26, 2018
— cai (@teddyoakley) January 24, 2018
Shocking confession: I always thought the line in Toto’s “Africa” was “I catch the rays down in Africa.” I called up the lyrics & saw it’s “I bless the rains in Africa.” I bless the rains in Africa?? What the heck does that mean? “I catch the rays” is much better! #misheardsongs
— Pete Genovese (@petegenovese) April 17, 2018