There's probably websites galore covering this subject, but do you have any personal recollections of a misheard lyric? Some can be seriously funny. Do share if you have, and if the ambiguity results in a swear word, well just use a few asterisks, we''ll get the gist. When the late, Desmond Dekker, had a hit with his song, the Israelites, my wife asked me if Desmond was singing: "Me ears are alight." "Tell you what," I opined, "Get up in the morning slaving for bread, sir." "Sounds more like: "Get up in the morning, baked beans for breakfast." A second example is that of Chip Taylor's song, sung by Juice Newton: Angel of the Morning. The line that goes: "Just call me angel of the morning angel Just touch my cheek before you leave me, baby The lyrics underlined sounded, to my wife, thus: "Just smash my teeth before you leave me." Years ago, at something like a Christmas function, the DJ played: "Ned Miller's, From a Jack to a King." Practically the whole audience sang: Farmer Jack, instead of From a Jack. Obviously a private joke, but it was amusing.