Unintended lyrics

Music to sooth the savage beast (breast).What songs do you know that people routinely misunderstand the lyrics, to the concernation or amusement of the artist. For example Dylans's "Excuse me while I turn and kiss the guy" (kiss the sky). Nylons "Give me the Beach Boys and free my soul" (Give me the beat boys and free my soul I want to get lost in the rock and roll)
Even when you can hear a lot of rock lyrics, some of them are:

A) not understandable when played forward

and / or

B) not worth trying to understand to begin with

Have you ever listened to music backwards and heard what they are saying or supposedly saying? Some of the "backwards masking" is a pretty far stretch, but on other stuff, it seems to be relatively clear. You be the judge for yourself. Sean

Stairway To Heaven

Another One Bites The Dust

Britney Spears

Jimmy Eat World

PS... The chanting at the end of "I Am The Walrus" either says "smoke pot, smoke pot, everybody smoke pot" or "smoke dope, smoke dope, everybody smoke dope". I can't remember which one or if it is a combo of the two.
Ok, when everyone thought 'Paul is Dead' it was from one line buried in the mix that sounds like "we buried Paul", but according to Paul himself it actually said "cranberry sauce". Not sure about the 'smoke pot smoke pot' thing, but 'smoke on the water' can sound a lot like 'smoke marijuana'...but only if your -really- baked.
John Prine "it's a half an inch of water and I think I'm gonna drown" some thought it was "it's a half an enchilada and I think I'm gonna drown". Oh and Louie Louie was of course be the Kingsmen. hey we gotta go.
Yes, Boa, I think it was Nirvana. It was definitely one of the Seattle / Grunge type bands.

Revved up like a deuce! That actually makes sense! All these years I thought it was "wrecked up like a douche".

How about the Beatles' Baby you're a Rich Man? Supposedly they chant at the end "Baby you're a rich fag jew", a reference to their producer, (George Martin, I think?). Please not that I have nothing against either Jewish or Gay people, (I don't think the Beatles did either) just discussing song lyrics.

Re: backwards lyrics, many years ago, my friend in middle school spun the Beatles' Revolution #9 backwards over the phone for me. Not exactly high resolution, but it sure sounded like "Turn me on dead man, turn me on dead man..." How this can come from "Number nine, number nine" is a great mystery to me.

Does anyone know what the backwards lyrics are on "Purple Rain"?