We're in the car on the way to Lauren's flute lesson.  The sunroof is open because it is 63 DEGREES today.  Music is playing on the radio and we're singing along to Jason Mraz's I'm Yours.

L: "...listen to the music of the Mormon people dance and sing. We're just one big family..."
A:  What did you just say?
L:  What?
A: Did you say "Mormon people"?
L: Um, yeah.  Those are the words, Mom.
A: (chuckling) Really?  So is he telling people to listen to the Mormon Tabernacle Choir?  Or David Archuleta?  What music of the Mormon people do you think he's talking about?
L: (laughing)  I know, right?  I just think it's cool.
A: Honey, I don't think that's what he's saying.
L: Really? Oh, that's sad. And embarrassing.
A: I've got your back.

It made my whole. day.

Have you ever misheard/misunderstood song lyrics? (Matt was telling me one line of the National Anthem he misunderstood as a kid but I can't remember which line it me out here, Matt?).

Also, as anyone else noticed that the sad, poignant music they play on Lost is the same as the chorus from Hall and Oates'  "One on One"?  Every time Lost gets dramatic there it goes again and I think "one on one, I wanna play that game tonight..."