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Literally Impossible Song Titles:

Song/Performer
Comment
Submitter Name
"I Cain't Say "No","The singer says "No" in title line & elsewhere.Heather Brockwell

Use a Song Title to Answer a Different Song:

Song & Band Name
Song & Band Name
"Slow Ride," Foghat"The Surrey With The Fringe On Top," Cast of 'Oklahoma'

Change a Letter:

"The Survey With The Fringe On Top" originally "The Surrey With The Fringe On Top"
Karen Smith
"The Surrey With The Fridge On Top" originally "The Surrey With The Fringe On Top"
Samantha Wayland

Song Parody Lyrics:

Original Song Name
Parody Song Name
Parody Author
"All Er Nothin""All For Nothing"Old Man Ribber
"Oklahoma""Occupiers!"Old Man Ribber
"Out Of My Dreams (And Into Your Arms)""Out Of The Streets (And Into Your Yard)"Old Man Ribber
"Pore Jud Is Daid (Poor Judd Is Dead)""ACORN Is Back!"Old Man Ribber
"The Farmer And The Cowman Should Be Friends""The Right Wing And The Left Wing Can't Be Friends"Old Man Ribber
"I Cain't Say No""(We Want A Gov) That Can't Say No"Old Man Ribber
"People Will Say We're In Love""People Will Say We Are Thugs"Old Man Ribber
"The Surrey With The Fringe On The Top""The Flurry That The Fringe Will Not Stop"Old Man Ribber
"Everything's Up To Date In Kansas City""Oh What A Time! We're Occupying Wall Street!"Old Man Ribber
"Oh What A Beautiful Morning""Oh What Inglorious Morons"Old Man Ribber

There are additional song parodies available.

Bad Choices for On Hold Music:

Song Name
Company/Organization
Submittor
Ah Cain't Say NoSexual Addiction HotlineDiddims

Misheard Lyrics:

"Poor Jud Is Dead"
Misheard Lyrics:
Poor Jod is Dead
Original Lyrics:
Poor Jud is Dead
"Poor Judd Is Dead"
Misheard Lyrics:
Poor John is dead
I can't the likes, he's dead.
Original Lyrics:
Poor Judd is dead
A candle lights his head.
"Many A New Day"
Misheard Lyrics:
Many of my classmates kiss and sigh
A kiss gone by is bygone.
Original Lyrics:
Many a light lad may kiss and fly
A kiss gone by is bygone.
"Surrey With The Fringe On Top"
Misheard Lyrics:
Can I take you out in Missouri
With a fridge on top?
Original Lyrics:
Can I take you out in a surrey
With the fringe on top?
There are additional misheard lyrics available.

Misheard Lyrics Stories:

"Surrey With The Fringe On Top"
Misheard Lyrics:
Can I take you out in Missouri
With a fridge on top?
Original Lyrics:
Can I take you out in a surrey
With the fringe on top?

Story about this misheard lyric by: Dan Fletcher

The first time I heard this song was on a CD in a car with my three year old son, driving through Saint Louis. The second I misheard this lyric, there was a guy passing me driving a station wagon, with (you guessed it) a refrigerator, tied to the top of his car. I thought this was a thing in Missouri, between the song, and seeing the guy, at the same time, in Missouri!

There are additional misheard stories available.

Bad Grammar in Song Lyrics:

"Many A New Day"
The Lyrics:
Why should a woman who is healthy and strong
Blubber like a baby if her man goes away,
A-weapin' and a-wailin' how he's done her wrong?
That's one thing you'll never hear me say.
Why:
The pronoun "That" in the last line cited above needs an antecedent. And since it says "That's one thing you'll never hear me say", that antecedent needs to be an actual quote of what one will never hear her say, or at least something that pretty nearly implies a quote of something specific that she's saying one will never hear her say. But the nearest thing to an atecedent is "A-weapin' and a-wailin' how he's done her wrong", and that is rather too vague to provide an explicit or implied quote to serve as the needed antecedent.
Submitted by: Regina Haniger
 

Real Places Mentioned in Songs:

"Oklahoma!"
The Lyrics:
Oklahoma, where the wind comes sweeping down the plain
Why:
Oklahoma officially adopted "Oklahoma!" as its state song in 1953.
Submitted by: Kathy
"Kansas City"
The Lyrics:
I got to Kansas City on a Frid'y By Sattidy I larned a thing or two For up to then I didn't have an idy Of whut the modren world was comin' to!
Why:
In the musical "Oklahoma!" (written and originally performed on Broadway in 1943 by Rodgers and Hammerstein), the character of Will sings this song about "Kansas City" in a chorus setting about how "Kansas City has gone about as far as they can go." (A later great and funny line in the song -- here is posted the opening verse of the tune with the town of Kansas City).
Submitted by: Peter

Song Title Spoonerisms:

"I Cain't Neigh So" originally "I Cain't Say "No""
After all, I'm not a horse.
Submitted by: Linda Radnil
"The Furry With The Syringe On Top" originally "The Surrey With The Fringe On Top"
Submitted by: Amber Malone

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