The live-performed music video montage covers 70 years of difficult to understand lyrics with visual interpretations. (Source: YouTube)
(RNN) - Need a little pick me up after spending hours listening to election results? A group named CDZA has compiled a great medley for music lovers everywhere.
Most people will love a song whether they know the proper lyrics or not. Just look at the line dance Macarena or new K-Pop hit Gangnam Style.
The band identified a lot of the songs you love and (think) you know with some of the commonly mistaken variations done with the lyrics.
CDZA released the video compilation on YouTube entitled History of Misheard Lyrics Opus No. 13.
The live-performed music video montage covers 70 years of difficult to understand lyrics with visual interpretations.
Obviously no one thinks the name of Pat Benetar's 1980 hit is Hit Me With Your Pet Shark [Hit Me With Your Best Shot] or Celine Dion's Hot Dogs Go On [My Heart Will Go On], but this video makes the Bee Gees' 1977 classic Steak And A Knife [Stayin' Alive] seem pretty convincing.
The best part is still no one knows the words to Pearl Jam's Even Flow, but according to CDZA's shot at the lyrics it has something to do with a pillow made of concrete.
Well, I guess it's time to look up some lyrics, or just enjoy this music video, over and over.
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