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Add a Letter to a Song Title:

"Somebody's Gonna Glove You" originally "Somebody's Gonna Love You"
Candy Welty

Change a Letter:

"Somebody's Gonna Lose You" originally "Somebody's Gonna Love You"
Candy Welty

Song Parody Lyrics:

Original Song Name
Parody Song Name
Parody Author
"God Bless the USA""Cross-Dress in Dude Array"John A. Barry
"God Bless the USA""Dog Mess in the Foyer"John A. Barry
"Proud to be an American""Proud To Be A Republican"Anthony Tesone
"The 12 Days Of Christmas""The 12 Days Of Christmas"Twichick
"God Bless the USA""God Blessed My DNA (The Trump Tribute)"Warren Baker
"God Bless The USA""God Bless The USO"Airfarcewon
"God Bless the USA""I Hate the TSA"Phil Brown
"God Bless the USA""God Damn the GOP"Jeff in Richmond VA
"God Bless The USA""God Damn The USA"The Offenders
"God Bless The USA""Glad to be an Obamacan"Bill Elson

There are additional song parodies available.

Bad Choices for On Hold Music:

Song Name
Company/Organization
Submittor
God Bless The USA9th Circuit Court Of AppealsJesusGeek
God Bless The USAAl-Queda/Iraq HQgillian

Songs for Duets, That Haven't Been Done Yet:

First Band/Song Name
Second Band/Song Name
New Song Name
Submittor
God Bless The USA
   Lee Greenwood
Chicago
   Graham Nash
God Bless Chicago
Sutch
God Bless The USA
   Lee Greenwood
Kansas City
   Wilbert Harrison
God Bless Kansas City
Sutch
God Bless The U.s.a.
   Lee Greenwood
Palo Alto/California
   Radiohead/Joni Mitchell
God Bless Palo Alto, California, U.S.A.
Because it's the best in the West!
Raphael Bivas

If Groups Combined, Their Names Might Be:

Leapy Lee Greenwood
Leapy Lee combined with Lee Greenwood
Submitted By: Gretchen Wieners
Lee Greenwood Day
Lee Greenwood combined with Green Day
Submitted By: Candy Welty

Misheard Lyrics:

"God Bless The USA"
Misheard Lyrics:
And I'd gladly stand up
Next to you, and it's in her still today.
Original Lyrics:
And I'd gladly stand up
Next to you, and defend her still today.
"God Bless The USA (Proud To Be An American)"
Misheard Lyrics:
And I had to start again
With just my children and my life.
Original Lyrics:
And I had to start again
With just my children and my wife.
"God Bless The USA"
Misheard Lyrics:
And I won't forget the Marron hoodite.
Original Lyrics:
And I won't forget the men who died.
"God Bless The USA"
Misheard Lyrics:
And I'm proud to be UnAmerican.
Original Lyrics:
And I'm proud to be an American.
There are additional misheard lyrics available.

Nonsensical Song Lyrics:

"God Bless The USA"
The Nonsensical Lyrics:
I'm proud to be an American, where at least I know I'm free.
Why They're Nonsensical:
This lyric must give English teachers fits. '[A]n American' is a person, but 'where' refers to a place! What makes this particularly inexcusable is that the lyric could have been easily fixed by changing 'an American' to 'in America'... since Mr. Greenwood does not mention any place.
Submitted by: Joshua Truax
"God Bless The USA"
The Nonsensical Lyrics:
I'm proud to be an American, where at least I know I'm free ...
Why They're Nonsensical:
The "at least" is inappropriate to the theme of the song. "At least" implies a small consolation, such as, "I'm proud to be at Wal-Mart, where at least the parking's free." ... An example of revised lyrics would be, "I'm proud to be an American, and to know I'm strong and free."
Submitted by: Andy Yamaguchi

Song Title Space Change:

"Some Body's Gonna Love You" originally "Somebody's Gonna Love You"
Submitted by: Yvette Bristle

Bad Grammar in Song Lyrics:

"God Bless the U.S.A."
The Lyrics:
I'm proud to be an American
Where at least I know I'm free.
Why:
While the singer's patriotic sentiments are touching, the relationship of dependent and independent clauses here just doesn't work. That is because the connector, where, is a place-referent connector and therefore needs an antecedent of place in the independent clause. But there is no antecedent of place. That is to say, "I'm proud to be in America, Where at least I know I'm free" would work grammatically, but the actual lines here don't, since "an American" does not imply a place, but is followed by "where", which needs to refer back to a place.
Submitted by: Regina Haniger
 

Band Name Anagrams:

Woolen Degree Submitted by: Hank E. Panky
Needle Ego Row Submitted by: Hank E. Panky
Woodener Glee Submitted by: Hank E. Panky

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