"Ye Highlands and ye Lowlands / Oh, where hae ye been? / They hae slain the Earl Amurray, / And Lady Mondegreen." Except there was no Lady Mondegreen. The original last line was in fact: "And laid him on the green."
MY husband and father share a rare talent: the knack for mishearing (and royally mangling) lyrics.
Take, for example, the Swedish House Mafia song, which goes: "Don't you worry, don't you worry child / See heaven's got a plan for you". My husband has always thought it was: "Don't you...