Because everyone likes to make fun of people who mishear lyrics…

Screaming is not a style of communication that has a big emphasis on diction, but it really should for instances such as this. Hint: The first name of the artist is rather fitting. I was almost relieved when I was told the real lyrics, as the thought of losing my life in the bathroom was one I just couldn’t bear. But sometimes, the words just don’t come across as they were meant to.    
3) Bad Moon Rising – Creedence Clearwater Revival
I grew up listening to my parent’s favourite classic rock and my dad is a big CCR fan. Unfortunately, none of the cars blew up in the actual chorus. A line of 60 muscle cars driving down the highway, when the one second from the front spontaneously combusts. The song “Chasing Pavements: from the 2008 album 19 is a mellow love ballad where she really shows off the range of her vocals. – AC]
Lyrics. However, Colin James’s pronunciation of this iconic line is a little bit off, and for most of my life I was convinced he was singing ‘Sixty cars and the third blew up’. They can be a beautifully written narrative or a mess of nonsensical jargon. There’s a bathroom on the right.” As a kid, I sat there thinking, my god what kind of terribly unkempt public restroom is this that it can take a life?! 4) The Sinner – Memphis Mayfire
“The Sinner” is off of American metalcore band Memphis Mayfire’s 2011 album, The Hollow. Here are 5 songs with some hilariously misheard lyrics.  
2) The Old Master Painter – Dick Haymes
A cute little song from the 50’s about a widely loved painter and his works of art. The music video has a dark feel to it, which is immediately dissipated at around 3:15 in the song when lead vocalist Matty Mullins tries to scream ‘”ake all my guilt, take all my pride.” Instead, he manages to blurt out the two lines in a way that they seem to say “Tickle my goat, tickle my bum,” which isn’t very hardcore. [Another list from contributor Thomas Dennett. Unfortunately, the diction was just slightly off, which results in a rather inappropriate, albeit hilarious, interpretation of the song. Unfortunately, the main word in the song, pavements, is slightly mispronounced so it sounds like Adele is singing “Should I give up, or should I just keep chasing penguins?” I say that if you really want something, never give up. Chase those penguins, Adele. Instead of me repeating it here, it’s best you listen to the pronunciation of ‘master painter’ in the song and laugh at how a single misspoken word gives the song a whole other, dirty meaning. 5) Chasing Pavement – Adele
Even artists as popular as Adele, with the voice of an angel, can’t always pronounce words properly. “Don’t go ‘round tonight, it’s bound to take your life. 1) Chicks, Cars and The Third World War – Colin James
Women, fast things and explosions sound like rock and roll to me. Don’t get me wrong, the visuals were impressive. Music with screaming in it can be hard to understand at times. These are called mondegreens; what we hear makes sense in our head but are in fact completely different from what was actually said. This is a great tune from the 1969 album Green River, but every time it comes on I can’t help but singing the misheard lyrics during the chorus.
Because everyone likes to make fun of people who mishear lyrics…