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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.

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Aug 31
ONE WEEK NOTICE due Sep 07 (TOS has long title)

On Friday September 07th 2018 there will be a parody from me on the front page of Amiright. As this week's One Week Notice host I'm now inviting you (Yes, that means YOU!) to write one too, then post it for the same day. (Comments & Parodies)

Aug 17
ONE WEEK NOTICE - "Feels Like Summer" (8/24/2018)

One Week Notice - Week of 8/17/2018 - 8/24/2018. Come join us and parody the newest song from Childish Gambino! A Non-Rap song by him with a cool funky beat and a title that's perfect for summertime! (Comments & Parodies)

Aug 10

This week's One Week Notice is "Shoehorn With Teeth" by They Might Be Giants. Test your parody writing skills with this tiny little tune and submit it on August 16 for August 17 publication! Details in link (Comments & Parodies)

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Comedy Song Recordings -> Latest Entries

Oct 18
a parody of "The Ballad of Barry and Freda" by Victoria Wood
What Victoria Wood might have made of the affair between Donald Trump and Stormy Daniels. Not that it happened, oh dear me, no. Because it's far more likely that a serial philanderer paid $130,000 to a woman to keep quiet about an affair that they didn't have than any kind of thing happened between them. Yeah, right.

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Sep 10
a parody of "If I Could Talk to the Animals" by Rex Harrison
"Anonymous" was the talk of U.S. politics in September 2018: an Op-Ed Times article written by a White House senior staff member who chose to critique the White House but remain "Anonymous." It first seemed the story might have a 24-hour shelf life, but it kept going.
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Aug 29
a parody of "Last Train To Clarksville" by The Monkees
I recently turned 50 and so I got this idea for a parody. Those of you who are 50 or older are gonna relate to this parody. It's all about AARP and how they badger you to join up.
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Song Parody Lyrics -> Latest Entries

October 19, 2018
"Clique." by Tyler Cody
"Heathens" by Twenty One Pilots
"Do you Want to Build a Snowman" by Agatha Lee Monn, Katie Lopez, and Kristen Bell
"Lapse in Tact" by the_conqueror_of_parodies
"Back in Black" by AC/DC
"MBS (Mister Bone Saw)" by John A. Barry
"Mister Sandman" by Chordettes
"Don't Crap So Close To Me" by Rick Duncan
"Don't Stand So Close To Me" by Police
"Daisy, Made by Nintendo" by Timmy Menard
"Somewhere Over The Rainbow" by Judy Garland

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Quizzes about pop culture sent into the site by visitors. Create a new one or just try your hand at taking one.

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Misheard Lyrics Stories -> Latest Entries

"Chain of Fools," Aretha Franklin
Misheard Lyrics:
Sham sham sham
Original Lyrics:
Chain, chain, chain
Chain of fools
Story about this misheard lyric by: Cindy L: I was at a concert recently with a friend. He was kind of singing along and I had to ask "What did you just say??" hahaha He's 49 and has always thought she was singing about shampoo.
"Stand in the Gap," Peta
Misheard Lyrics:
Stand in the gap
Coming boldly to His grown up place
Original Lyrics:
Stand in the gap
Coming boldly to His throne of grace
Story about this misheard lyric by: Scott McPhee: I first heard this song on a cassette tape. Inside the case, the song words were printed on the sleeve. I would often sit and read the actual lyrics as I listened to the album, but still heard them wrong. Years later, I got hold of the compact disc, and the recording was much better. This was when I realized that the lyrics were not what I thought they were.
"The King of Rock 'n' Roll," Prefab Sprout
Misheard Lyrics:
Hot dog, jumping frog and blue cookie
Original Lyrics:
Hotdog, jumping frog Albequerque!
Story about this misheard lyric by: Peter: It was my daughter's version. She was a big Sesame Street fan

Band Name Anagrams -> Latest Entries

Cass Prine anagram of Princessa Submitted by: Ava Murphy

Song Title Anagrams -> Latest Entries

"Vole Rock" originally "Rock Love," Todd Rundgren
Submitted by: Ava Murphy