You're about to know these songs more than you ever planned to...
1. "ET" by Katy Perry
“a whole nother”
Nother is NOT a word everyone...get that through your head!
2. "Super Bass" by Nicki Manaj
“tell him who the eff I is”
Must "I is" be explained? P.s. Great swear word abbreviation
3."What Goes Around Comes Around" by Justin Timberlake
“when you cheated girl, my heart bleeded girl”
Bleeded...interesting rhyme even though that word is not real
4. "Get On Top" by Red Hot Chili Peppers
“You’re ill, but I’m iller"
Just add "er" and you've made anything grand(er)!
5. "Bad Romance" and "You and I" by Lady Gaga
In Bad Romance, she sings "You and me could write a bad romance" when it should be "You and I could write a bad romance." Then in You and I she sings "Yeah, something about, baby, you and I" when it should be "you and me.” She and her writers are clearly confused
6. "Ain't No Sunshine" by Michael Jackson
"ain't no sunshine"
Michael Jackson is a musical genius, but just have to point out that this is known as a double negation, and cancels itself out
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7. "Pour It Up" by Rihanna
“all i see is dollar signs”
ARE is plural, not IS, but say it like Rihanna and you're a cool kid
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8. "Cooler Then Me" by Mike Posner
"Cooler then me”
It's all wrong all over the place. Should be "than" because it's a comparison, and "I" because you wouldn't say "you're cooler than me am"
"Let There Be Rock" by AC/DC
“Let there be drums, and there was drums"
The word "drums" is plural, so the correct statement would be "and there WERE drums"
10. "Just Friends" by Amy Winehouse
“I'll never love you like her”
Technically it should be "I'll never love you like she" because the complete statement would end with "like she did" rather than "her did"
Now when you hear these tunes you will never be able to get the grammar errors out of your brain!!!