I got a bit of a chuckle reading Hani's comment on the Madonna post. You can read it for yourself, but to recap:
I remember in school everyone had to pick any song and try to explain what the lyrics mean, and I picked (Like a prayer). Only when I wrote the lyrics, instead of writing (your voice can take me there). It sounded to me like (your bus can take me there), and I explained how the song is about her boyfriend the bus driver, and the whole class laughed, as I died of embarrassment.
The reason it was so funny to me was because I've also mis-heard (or misinterpreted) hundreds of lyrics. And I'm even willing to share one of mine.
In the song "Flashdance...What a Feeling" (by Irene Cara), I used to think that the line "take your passion and make it happen" was "take your pants down and make it happen". A Freudian slip, perhaps, but I know I'm not the first person to hear it that way. I still sing it like that from time to time. In the car, when no one is listening. Don't tell anyone.
Mis-hearing lyrics is such a common thing that there have been several funny books addressing the subject, including 'Scuse Me While I Kiss This Guy and When a Man Loves a Walnut.
So who out there is brave enough to share their mis-heard lyrics? Do tell.