Funny question: Have you ever realized after much of your life has passed, that you were singing the
Have you ever realized after many years or even a lifetime, that you were singing the wrong words to a song? I realized the other day that my entire life I had been singing, "Me and you and a dog named Blue," when I discovered on you tube by accident, the words are actually, "Me and you and a dog named Boo." LOL Is anyone else guilty of such? Thanks for sharing and for the laughs.
lol All the time, but I don't mind, because I'm usually singing to myself!
Oh gosh yes! I now know I'm guilty of corrupting: "Louie, Louie", "Sweet Emotion" and "You Are My Sunshine". And chances are I have sinned against a few others, lol!
My kids have a hay day with this one. somtimes now I know the words and sing them wrong anyway and I smile as they tease me.
Oh yes, you have me pegged, Faith! I have sung the words to a few songs for years and later discovered I was totally off on the verses. But, then it's fun to just sing in general and know the tune is a good one.
hahahahhahaha I have never understood Shaggy. In the song Blue by Eiffel 65: I'm blue and I'd beet off a guy, da da dee da ba die!
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