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)
Elton John's "Rocketman"....for years I thought he was saying "rocketman...burling down the shoes of hefalumps"

A friend told me he was saying "rocketman...burning out his fuse up here alone"

....they should be interchangable, neither one makes any sense, but I love the way it sounds.

Jame Brown, fuggedaboudit.......I'm never sure of what he's saying, but I love his music.

The Beatles "Come Together", I know all of this is wrong, but this is what it sounds like to me.

'he's got walrus kogle'

'he's got spider crakers'

'he mass production, he got Ono sideboard'

On David Bowie's tune "Fame" his lyric is 'Is it any wonder'
I always thought it was...'Look at Stevie Wonder'
Mitch: I've always heard
"burn the longest fuse I've ever known"
it's just a reference to their long prelaunch countdowns isn't it?
Burnin out his fuse up here alone (which can obviously be taken in, ahem, a variety of ways), while the "longest ever known" might reflect delusions of grandeur. :-)