"Sweet Dreams Are Made Of Cheese, Who Am I To Disagree?" was voted the most misheard pop lyric of all time in a "sing a wrong" survey carried out by music streaming service Spotify in the UK.
Music fans also thought Rihanna was singing "we found dove in a soapless place" (although we suspect that's a viral marketing ploy) and apparently Paul Young was urging someone to "take a piece of meat" on his hit song Everytime You Go Away.
Spotify’s Sing-a-Wrong playlist also includes:
* Can’t stand gravy/Constant craving (k.d. lang, Constant Craving) – 20%.
* Do it like a lady/Dude looks like a lady (Aerosmith, Dude Looks Like A Lady) – 10%.
* Peggy, Peggy Suuuuue/Beggin', beggin youuuu (Madcon, Beggin') – 7%.
* Hold me close now Tony Danza/Hold me closer tiny dancer (Elton John, Tiny Dancer) – 3%.
* Daddy I’ve fallen for a lobster/Daddy I’ve fallen for a monster (Stooshe, Black Heart) – 1%.
* Hey ho, gotta let go/Hey ho galileo (Taio Cruz, Dynamite) – 1%.
* It doesn’t make a difference if we’re naked or not/It doesn’t make a difference if we make it or not (Jon Bon Jovi, Living On A Prayer) – 1%.
We can think of a few others - "Ireland's industries" by Dolly Parton and Kenny Rogers anyone? Michael Jackson's nod to the Irish language with "istigh, isteach" on The Jacksons' Shake Your Body Down (To The Ground).
Or how about these immortal lines from Bee Gees' classic How Deep is Your Love: "and you come to me in a submarine"?
So what's your favourite misheard lyric of all time?