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amIright is a famous music humor site dealing in misheard song lyrics (Mondegreens) for pop songs of the past 50 years including Country, Christian music, and Christmas music. Music humor of all kinds can be found here, such as song parodies, jokes, quotes, band name manipulations, lyrics observations, and music trivia.

AMiRIGHT Events -> Latest Entries

May 3
Return of OWN-Week 7 -"Old Town Road"(Lil Nas X)

This week we're taking a look at the popular "Country?" / "Rap?" song "Old Town Road" performed by the 20-year-old Lil Nas X and his buddy Billy Ray Cyrus who hasn't been relevant in 20 years! Due = 5-10-2019 (Comments & Parodies)

Apr 26
Return of O.W.N. - Week 6 - "Sunflower"

This week we're taking a look at a great song from one of the best animated movies of 2018 - "Spider-Man: Into The Spider-Verse" (Comments & Parodies)

Apr 19
Return of O.W.N. - Week 5 = "Hold Me Tight"

This week we're discovering the little talked about classic rock band from the U.K. called "The Beatles". Don't know why they decided to name themselves after a bunch of bugs but maybe Papa Roach knows... This is a classic Beatles number but has only been parodied twice so far on Amiright.com (Maybe we'll find out why) (Comments & Parodies)

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Comedy Song Recordings -> Latest Entries

May 19
a parody of "Henry the Eighth" by Herman's Hermits
"I got hosed by the lady next door, she's had it done 7 times before, now everyone had an ENEMA, wouldn't have a douche or a wipe ! It's an anal treat colonoscopy...Enema the 8th I Am ! Second verse worse than the first..."
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May 7
a parody of "Turning Me On" by Blake Shelton
About a well meaning guy, who dearly wants to get with his woman, but she’s disgusting.
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Apr 26
a parody of "Little Red Corvette " by Prince
...guess I shudda known by the way your car parked itself... I’ve heard this song for 35. Read a book about self driving songs...out popped this disasterpeace!
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Song Parody Lyrics -> Latest Entries


July 18, 2019
"It's Time to Start the Rocket" by Darius Whitehead
Originally...
"It's Time to Pay the Fiddler" by Cal Smith
"Californian's Leavin'" by Randy Hearn
Originally...
"California Dreamin'" by The Mamas and The Papas
"Thin Walls" by the_conqueror_of_parodies
Originally...
"Big Balls" by AC/DC
"Pad Thai" by Agrimorfee
Originally...
"Bad Guy" by Billie Eilish

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Misheard Lyrics Stories -> Latest Entries

"Caribbean Queen (No More Love On The Run)," Billy Ocean
Misheard Lyrics:
She touched my meat and blamed it on genes
Original Lyrics:
She brushed by me in painted on jeans.
Story about this misheard lyric by: Nick B: The song opens pretty strongly with this and I had a COMPLETELY different idea of what exactly this woman did to Billy Ocean on the dance floor that had him so taken.
"Chasing Cars," Snow Patrol
Misheard Lyrics:
A dark white nose
Original Lyrics:
I don't quite know
Story about this misheard lyric by: Cody Finke: White isn't certainly dark, that's for sure.

Band Name Anagrams -> Latest Entries

Girdeth anagram of The Grid Submitted by: Hayley Spalding

Song Title Anagrams -> Latest Entries

"O Hold Ruts, Aly" originally "Rusty Old Halo," Hoyt Axton
However one holds ruts
Submitted by: Hayley Spalding
"O Hold Rusty Al" originally "Rusty Old Halo," Hoyt Axton
Submitted by: Hayley Spalding

Stupid Band Names -> Latest Entries

The Jealous Girlfriends
How is this name supposed to inspire anyone to cherish their music? And to make things all the more ridiculous, three of the four members are male. Submitted by: Tabitha Cartwright