'We Built This City'
What you thought you heard: "We built this city on sausage rolls."
What you actually heard: “We built this city on rock ‘n’ roll.”
probably one of the many but personally my favorite so far.
This popular song by Bon Jovi seems simple enough with its repeating lyrics, "Woah, we're halfway there / Woah-oh, livin' on a prayer," but it is still misheard, whether deliberately or not. One of the most famous misheard iterations is: "Woah, we're halfway there / Woah-oh, Squidward on a chair."
There are many songs boasting the claim to have the most misheard lyrics. Purple Haze takes the prize, with most people hearing "excuse me while I kiss this guy" rather than the real lyric, "excuse me while I kiss the sky".
Technically, there isn't a sheet or anything but you can go ontoyou tube and type in misheard lyrics last farewell big bang and there's a video on it. It's really good! Hope that helps.
There are several websites which offer song lyrics for free. Some of the most popular include E-Lyrics, Lyrics Freak, Lyrics Depot, Free Song Lyrics and AZ Lyrics.
'Mondegreen' is the term for misheard or misinterpreted song lyrics. It was coined by Sylvia Wright after a line in a song she misheard when she was young: "They hae slain the Earl o' Murray, and laid him on the green" was heard as "They have slain the Earl o' Murray and Lady Mondegreen".
its called "Second chance" by shinedown its called "Second chance" by shinedown --- NB: Next time you need to know a song name just type a few of the lyrics you know into a search engine (such as google, yahoo, ask etc) and write "lyrics" after (or before) the lyrics that you do know. You will either 1. instantly see the song name and artist in the search results (without having to click anything further) or 2. realize you have misheard the lyrics and see a list of 'misheard lyrics" where you can click on the link that seems to coincide with that you are hearing. I think this is probably one of my most common uses for any search engine.
song lyrics? you havnt exactly said what song lyrics to what?
The lyrics to the theme song from "Fame" can be found on a number of lyric websites. Some of the most popular sites include Lyrics Mode, Lyrics on Demand and Metro Lyrics.
The lyrics to the song "Watermelon Crawl", originally recorded by Tracy Byrd can be found on several websites. Some of the most popular include Lyrics Depot and Metro Lyrics.
I have a project due and I need a song with symbolism in the lyrics can some one help
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One can find the lyrics of the song 'Be Easy' by Massari from websites like Metro Lyrics, AZ Lyrics, Any Song Lyrics, E Lyrics, Song on Lyrics. These websites are known for providing the most accurate lyrics of all the songs.
A lyric someone wanted to involve in there song however there are many song in lyrics and most of them meen sex