Twisted Lyrics


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This from the time when my daughter was barely three and both of us were listening to Simon and Garfunkel's "Mrs Robinson" on the home stereo in the living room. The reason for listening to this particular track was because I had it in the car and somehow I thought it always amused her. I got up and went to fetch something to drink and on my return as I entered the room with her back to me I overheard her singing along. I could not help laughing when I realised what she was singing, "and here's to you Mrs Rabbitson......" :D

I guess it was due to the fact that she always enjoyed watching Bugs Bunny and that could have influenced her to sing those twisted lyrics.

Do you have a story to share about twisted lyrics?:)
 
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When I was very little, I didn't know that Wimbledon Common was a place... so in the Womble Song, where actual line is;

"The Wombles of Wimbledon Common are we!"

I understood it as;

"The Wombles of Wimbledon, common are we!"

Slight grammatical error :blush:
 
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