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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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Sep 10

Even the nights are better now that it's the Air Supply round. Come and join us! Everybody who has an Air Supply song already written or chooses to write one for this contest can enter. You don't need to be a member or anything special like that as long as you want to join in feel free! :-) (Comments & Parodies)

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Comedy Song Recordings -> Latest Entries

Oct 28
a parody of "NONE" by NONE
New, topical song for Halloween 2014. A bunch of scary but warm-hearted monsters from your average haunted house travel to Iraq to fight against ISIS and show the terrorists "who the real monsters are"!
YouTube: (Flash)
Oct 3
a parody of "Somewhere Only We Know" by Keane
This song is about the angst that only the San Jose Sharks and its fan base knows. It has been a difficult summer and who knows what happens to the Sharks this season. I bleed teal, so I'm hoping for the best GO SHARKS! (youtube video)
Sep 22
a parody of "Sir Duke" by Stevie Wonder
This seemed to go over when I posted the lyric, about the pricing structure for the Stevie Wonder concert tour, so my very talented neighbor Sheree Sano recorded it for me, and here it is.
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Song Parody Lyrics -> Latest Entries

November 28, 2014
"Ferguson's Burning ll" by Max Power
"Babylon's Burning" by The Ruts
"What's New Pussycat?" by Tom Jones
"It's New Year's Day" by Glynn Leaney
"Do They Know it's Christmas" by Band Aid
"Were You There (when they crucified my Lord)?" by Traditional Hymn
"Sarah Silverman" by Fack Sabbath
"Sunshine Superman" by Donovan
"We Ate Santa Claus" by Max Power
"Feliz Navidad" by José Feliciano
"Crap Adaptation" by the_conqueror_of_parodies
"My Generation" by The Who
"Web In Font" by Fack Sabbath
"Web In Front" by Archers Of Loaf

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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.

Newest Quizzes for November 18, 2014


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Misheard Lyrics Stories -> Latest Entries

"Semi-Charmed Life," Third Eye Blind
Misheard Lyrics:
And I speak to you like the colors to the birds
Original Lyrics:
And I speak to you like the chorus to the verse
Story about this misheard lyric by: Hu's On First: This is what I thought they were singing for years, until I looked up the actual lyrics (I also didn't realize they were singing about crystal meth at first). Interestingly enough, birds have tetrachromatic vision, so they can see more colors than we can.
"Jingle Bells," Traditional
Misheard Lyrics:
One whore soap and slave.
Original Lyrics:
One horse open sleigh
Story about this misheard lyric by: Big E: This was kind of disturbing.