And then there are the lyrics that you, your friends or family may mishear . When I was student teaching, I had the opportunity to live with my Granny. My cousin Denise was also living there at that time. Denise was getting ready to be married and I was looking forward to college graduation. We, like most young women do when a major life change involving photography and crowds are involved, decided to go on a diet and start an exercise regimen together. We were products of the times, and seeing as it was the mid-eighties, we had in our possession a Jane Fonda Workout video tape. For some reason I didn't understand at the time, our Granny would enjoy coming to the living room to watch us
Sometimes it is embarrassing to belt out the wrong lyrics, but it is always funny. Almost as funny as listening to your friend sing along to a song while she is wearing headphones and hearing her stumble incoherently across a phrase she isn't sure of. Of course, I have never done that. Ahem.
In my next blog entry, I will tell the story of a book title I mangled in second grade. A misread title, I guess you could call it.
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