At my place of employment we had an interesting discussion during one of my luch hours. It was how we thought we knew the words to certain songs and found out we were wrong. The first one that comes to my mind was the song by Carly Simon called You're So Vain. I thought the line went ".....and your horse naturally won. Then you blew your winnings up at Nova Scotia to see the total eclipse of the sun......" I ended up singing that extremely loud while driving with my wife one day and she started laughing at me and pointed out that it is ".....flew your Lear Jet up to Nova Scotia..." at which point I was truly embarrassed. Now, my story is nowhere near as bad as a coworker of mine. He thought that the Billy Squire song "The Stroke" went like this ...."Don't be a stuntman. Don't. Don't" instead of "Strokin', Strokin'. Stroke. Stroke". That cracked me up to the point where I had tears in my eyes. So my question is (and I know everyone is included) which song did you mess up the words to and had it pointed out to you in a humbling manner.