In this ever-changing world in which we live in ...
Some say the last part is "in which we're livin'", but I don't think so. One blogger has pointed out that usps.gov has a password hint prompt that asks "In what city were you born in?"
Mike Oldfield, "Crises":
Crises, crises, there's gonna be a crises.
No, there may be multiple crises, but there would be a crisis.
Alanis Morissette, "Ironic" (whole song):
Inconvenience is not irony. Dealt with here.
The Flobots, "No Handlebars":
I can shoot a target through a telescope ...
Not without breaking it, you can't.
Anybody have any other song lyrics that are annoyingly ungrammatical, nonsensical, or stupid, that make you groan inwardly every time you hear them?
UPDATE (July 16, 2008): I can't believe I forgot this one, that I heard today on the way home from work:
The Beastie Boys, "Intergalactic":
... like a pinch from the neck of Mr. Spock.
This lyric is reported online as "like a pinch on the neck from Mr. Spock," or as "like a pinch on the neck of Mr. Spock," the former of which would make perfect sense and the latter of which would make some sense (perhaps referring to an action by a different Vulcan directed at Spock), but neither is what I hear the song say. Judge for yourself, it's at about 3:27 in the video.