Misheard lyrics

Edington

Let's Get Volatile
Heard James Blunt's You're Beautiful on the radio, reminded me that I used to think the lyrics were "I saw an angel of Adam Shaw".
 

KidInTheDark666

What's yours is mine and what's mine is mine too
"Soviet, threat no more" from Metallica's Don't Tread On Me. It could've really made sense considering that the song was released in 1991.
 

Jer

The Living Flame
Queensrÿche, “Queen Of The Reich” — I always heard (and still do hear) “a victim the beast shall obtain” as “a victim of bestiality”... :huh:
 

karljant

Ancient Mariner
When it comes to misheard Lyrics these classics remain unbeaten

#3: Slayer - Hey Johnny Depp

#2: Misfits - Dye Dye Mud Harley (covered by Metallica)

and by far the best one................

#1: Pantera - Find Me A Stallone :D:D:D:D:D
 

Ariana

Black-and-white leopard
My daughter and I were in the car yesterday and Metallica's Don't Thread On Me was on the radio. During the chorus, I took a look at her because I heard a strange noise and I saw her eyes the size of saucers. Turns out she heard the "So be it" part as Soviet.
 

Diesel 11

As you scream into the web of silence...
My daughter and I were in the car yesterday and Metallica's Don't Thread On Me was on the radio. During the chorus, I took a look at her because I heard a strange noise and I saw her eyes the size of saucers. Turns out she heard the "So be it" part as Soviet.
That’s exactly what I heard the first few listens too. :lol:
 

chaosapiant

Ancient Marinade
My daughter and I were in the car yesterday and Metallica's Don't Thread On Me was on the radio. During the chorus, I took a look at her because I heard a strange noise and I saw her eyes the size of saucers. Turns out she heard the "So be it" part as Soviet.
Makes sense. That's the same album that has "Sand Patrol" as a hit song.
 

Magnus

Pica Serdica
"Soviet, threat no more" from Metallica's Don't Tread On Me. It could've really made sense considering that the song was released in 1991.
My daughter and I were in the car yesterday and Metallica's Don't Thread On Me was on the radio. During the chorus, I took a look at her because I heard a strange noise and I saw her eyes the size of saucers. Turns out she heard the "So be it" part as Soviet.
Too close geographically, aren't we.
 
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