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Bad Grammar in Song Lyrics, Sum 41

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Sum 41's, "Fat Lip"
The Lyrics:
But you don't make sense from all the gas you be huffing.
"Be huffing" is incorrect. It either needs to be "all the gas you've been huffing" or "all the gas you are huffing".
Submitted by: RevengeFromMars YouTube
Sum 41's, "With Me"
The Lyrics:
I don't want this to ever end.
This is a split infinitive. The infinitive in this lyric is "to end". An infinitive must be containing the word "to" and the verb. If another word is present, usually an adjective, in between the two words, it is called a split infinitive.
Submitted by: Kennedy Kozak

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