PSY’s “Gangnam Style” and Carly Rae Jepsen’s “Call Me Maybe” ruled the charts in 2012 and it was hard to go a single day without hearing them.
However, even though you might have heard these tunes all the time, that doesn’t mean that you understood all of the song’s lyrics correctly.
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YouTube user pleatedjeans (also known as Jeff Wysaski) has gone through some of the biggest hits of 2012 and created a video that includes what listeners “think” they hear instead of a track’s actual lyrics and some of them are quite hilarious.
(CAUTION! This video contains strong language)
Check out a few of our favourite misheard lyrics from the clip below.
Song: “Gangnam Style” by PSY
Misheard Lyrics: “Open condom style/Condom style.”
Actual Lyrics: “Oppa Gangnam style/Gangnam style.”
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Song: “We Are Young” by fun.
Misheard Lyrics: “Tonight, we are yum/ So let’s set the wood on fire/We can cook’em right up/Venison.”
Actual Lyrics: “We are young/So let’s set the world on fire/We can burn brighter than the sun.”
Song: “Payphone” by Maroon 5
Misheard Lyrics: “If ‘happy ever after’ dead exit/I would still be holding you like fish.”
Actual Lyrics: “If ‘happy ever after’ did exist/I would still be holding you like this.”
Song: “Boyfriend” by Justin Bieber
Misheard Lyrics: “Tummy, what you like, yeah?/ Tummy, what you don’t/ I could be your Buzz Lightyear/Fly across a goat.”
Actual Lyrics: “Tell me what you like, yeah/Tell me what you don’t/I could be your Buzz Lightyear, fly across the globe.”
Last November, Cdza (or Collective Cadenza) tackled a similar feat, but instead covered 70 years of incorrectly perceived lyrics in their video “History of Misheard Lyrics | Opus No. 13” taking on tunes by artists like composer Carl Orff and Canadian pop/punk princess Avril Lavigne.