I have a confession. Every time I hear Lee Brice's song 'Hard to Love,' I keep thinking that he's singing "haunted love, haunted love." I know that's not how the song goes, but that's what pops in my head. Maybe it's because Halloween's not too far away; it's hard to say.

A few years ago, when Kenny Chesney's 'Big Star' was a big hit, a listener called and insisted that I straighten out her husband, who thought that one of the lines was "God's little sister." Seriously. It's actually "Garth Brooks in a a skirt."

Doc Holliday was telling me this morning that when Shania Twain released 'That Don't Impress Me Much' he thought she was singing about the male character kissing his "carpenter's knife." That character actually kissed "his car good night."

Of course, the all-time most confused lyric belongs to 'Bad Moon Rising' by Creedence Clearwater Revival.  "There's a bathroom on the right!" Right?

Are there any songs where you're just not sure what they're singing? Comment below, and we'll see if we can help you out. If not, we'll just make up something funny.

Now, where's that bathroom?