I was listening to "Happiness is a Warm Gun" this morning, and I was laughing back at how I thought (when the first few times I heard it) that John was saying "She's not a girl for Mrs. Mitch" <--- Yeah, I don't know how that makes any sense!
The real lyrics were "She's not a girl who misses much" ahahhaa!
When I first heard "Mr. Moonlight" on the Beatles For Sale album, I always thought John said "This town won't light.." I was wondering what John meant by that. Then I read the lyrics. "Mr. Moonlight" LOL!
For Helter Skelter - I used to also think the person who shouted "I've Got Blisters On My Fingers" was John--It was Ringo! DUH!
For Revolution, I thought the scream was Paul...because watching a clip of it on the David Frost show, of course you'd think it was him. I was confused, but it was reconfirmed that on the recording, it was definitely John's screaming ;)
When I first heard "Mr. Moonlight" I thought they were singing "Mr. Moo-la" (like money) LMAO.
Hahaha! That's funny. :P
When John sings "do-do-do-dodo-doo, oh yeah" in "Happiness is a Warm Gun", I actually thought he was saying real lyrics!
and for "Baby, You're A Rich Man" I thought it was Naturally, Not Natural E, like something you're endowed with! Lmao.
In "Come Together" the line "Shoot me" is often misheard as "Shooby." It's understandable... & I wonder if it was intentional!
This is pretty absurd, but in "Good Day Sunshine," I misheard "burns my feet as they touch the ground" as a kid. I thought he was saying "birds might feed as they touch the ground," as if they would come down to the ground for a possible snack! LOL