“Let’s pee in the corner” …..and other misheard things in life.

A while back my Lead Pastor, Worship Pastor and I were talking about misheard Lyrics. As friends, we busted up laughing. There are so many songs out there that it is easy to mishear some, and when you do it can be funny.

So I want to share with you my a list of 10 misheard lyrics that I think are super funny!

  1. Starship – We Built This City
    Misheard lyrics: We built this city, We built this city on sausage rolls
    Actual lyrics: “We built this city, we built this city on rock an’ roll”
  2. Queen – We Will Rock You
    Misheard lyrics: “Kicking your cat all over the place”
    Actual lyrics: “Kicking your can all over the place.”
  3. Cutting Crew – I Just Died In Your Arms Tonight
    Misheard lyrics: “I just died in your barn tonight, mustard no mayonnaise instead”
    Actual lyrics: “I just died in your arms tonight, It must have been something you said”
  4. Bonnie Tyler – Total Eclipse of the Heart
    Misheard lyrics: “Nothing I can say, I’m totally blitzed by a fart”
    Actual lyrics: “Nothing I can say, A total eclipse of the heart”
  5. Journey – Don’t Stop Believin’
    Misheard lyrics: “Working hard to get my meal. Everybody wants a grill”
    Actual lyrics: “Working hard to get my fill. Everybody wants a thrill”
  6. Bon Jovi – Living On A Prayer
    Misheard lyrics: “It doesn’t make a difference if we’re naked or not”
    Actual lyrics: “It doesn’t make a difference if we make it or not”
  7. Elton John – Tiny Dancer
    Misheard lyrics: “Hold me closer, Tony Danza”
    Actual lyric: “Hold me closer, tiny dancer”
  8. OutKast – Hey Ya
    Misheard lyrics: “Shake it, shake it, shake it like a polar bear ninja”
    Actual lyrics: “Shake it, Shake it, Shake it like a Polaroid picture”
  9. Guns N Roses – Knocking on Heaven’s Door
    Misheard Lyrics: “Mama, put my gum on the ground, I can’t chew it anymore”
    Actual Lyrics: “Mama, put my guns in the ground, I can’t shoot them anymore”

And my number one is….

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We Built This City on a Rock that Rolled

We Built This City on a Rock that Rolled

This week is Holy Week, and this marks the cornerstone of the Christian Faith. The events that took place a couple thousand years ago, changed the faith of the Jewish culture and changed the world. This is a big deal! I will say one of the biggest events that I think a lot of people overlook is the tomb being empty.

I’ve been working on a youth lesson for Easter about the importance of the tomb being empty. Empty….is good….. is proof….is powerful….is permanent! I’m excited! I’ve had this other idea in my head for some time now, but I think it that might go over teenagers heads, but a few weeks back I caught myself singing along to We Build This City on Rock and Roll by Starship and thinking to myself that if you just change two words in the title you have your self a good Sermon title. So here we are with “We Built This City on a Rock That Rolled

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His Legacy

So this song has been in and out of my head for a few weeks now.

There is tons of Christian music out there, and I’m not necessarily a fan of Casting Crowns, but this song has been making me think a lot. (Please don’t read to much into that. I don’t hate them, but there is so much music out there that I listen to a different style, and I’m not the biggest on K Love. Again, not bad, but not my tea)

It’s catchy for sure, and I may have been thinking about the purpose of the church, which has gotten me thinking, what is my purpose as a pastor, and such. Good thoughts for sure! The lyrics popping into my head on repeat are:

“And I, I don’t want to leave a legacy
I don’t care if they remember me
Only Jesus
And I, I’ve only got one life to live
I’ll let every second point to Him
Only Jesus”

Not to get into details, because the pastoral team I’m on have been doing some of the same thinking, so I don’t want to spoiler that, but as I ponder this question for myself, I ask that my fellow brothers and sisters in Christ reflect on this with me.

Are we trying to build an empire for ourselves, or are we directing people to the Kingdom?

Does my daily life reflect that of Jesus? Do my co-workers see this without me being all preachy? Do my students really feel I practice what I preach? Do my kids and wife see it behind closed doors and in private?

I want to say yes and vehemently hope that this points people to the hope of what Jesus can do. Before Him, I was foolish and a legacy I leave behind, without Him is just a man in his foolish ways.

Thoughts are running extra-strong tonight. Lord, thank you for this life!

*Originally my Facebook post from February 18th, 2018


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Only Jesus – Casting Crowns