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My favorite song by the Stones - Metal_Treasure
"Boys Room" is also incorrect. If one is to be a stickler for proper grammar, that adjectival possessive pronoun needs be used.
This song title is known for its apostrophe issue (Boy's). Boys' Room or Boys Room would be correct (the song is about school).
I think the song is great though - a very catchy rock tune.
LOL, the autocorrect service of both TTT and iTunes corrected the title so there's no song sample for the original song title, i.e. for the correct title which is with wrong grammar.
Wiki also corrected the title but if you see the original cover art of the single (1973) it is "Smokin' in the Boy's Room". It's the same on their original release of the album Yeah! (1973).
Mötley Crüe covered it in 1985 on their album Theatre of Pain but on wiki the title is corrected - "Smokin' in the Boys Room". - Metal_Treasure
I absolutely love this song - one of the many underrated Deep Purple songs (1998) - Metal_Treasure
It's incorrect only if there really IS no sunshine when she's gone. Could always be under an extended high pressure system, as opposed to the high Arctic in Winter.
This is a 1998 re-record of their legendary song Bloodsucker of 1970 (it was with correct spelling in 1970) - Metal_Treasure
(a song of 2017).
Please don't correct the title because THIS is the correct title! - Metal_Treasure
This is a Brownsville Station cover, the original song with the apostrophe issue (Boy's). I thought Boys Room was correct but a visitor said it wasn't correct either. So I added this title, too.
But I am no Grammar expert at all and I am not sure. - Metal_Treasure
"I want to rip his heart out just four hurting you? "
It's not supposed to be spelled like the number 4. Thankfully they corrected this in the song's re-release on 'Silver Side Up'. - SuperSonic17
Where's the bad grammar in this song? Is it Because it starts with And or was it added just for spite Hmm... I'd go for the later. - christangrant
Literally "What Look You? ", or more accurately "What You Look? ".
What he means is "Kuckst du mich an? " ("Are You Looking At Me? ") or "Was kuckst du mich an? " ("Why are you looking at me? ") in a "Taxi Driver" kind of way. This is slang that everybody uses, so don't worry, Kollegah speaks a very advanced level of German. - Martin_Canine
Much like Sunrise Avenue who are Finnish I am not a native speaker of English, but this sounds completely wrong to me. Isn't it "Fight 'Til We Die" or "Fight Until Death"? - Martin_Canine
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2. Smokin' In The Boy's Room - Brownsville Station
3. Any Fule Kno That - Deep Purple