Would love to hear everyone else’s lyrical flubs! These have been fun to make if you excuse my shoddy photo-editing skills.
And I can’t figure out how to make a funny picture of it, but my own personal misheard lyric is in “My Shot” where the gang spells out Alexander. I know it’s his accent, but every time I pick out Lafayette’s voice, I hear “A-N-E-X-A-N-D-E-R” instead of “A-L…”, and I just picture Lafayette shrugging it off like. “Yo, I just met this dude. Excusez-moi for not remembering his name, when I can barely remember my own.”
Special thanks to ask-francis-kinloch, ask-aaron-burr, and tiggit (soon to be et-cur-non) for their contributions.
Dave Roche is the author of such titles as “On Subbing” and “About My Disappearance”
A long time CZF supporter, Dave hosted Chicago Zine Fest’s 2012 Bingo Fundraiser.
Dave is a 2013 Chicago Zine Fest Invited Guest. He will be taking part in Friday’s Panel “Writing about Health, Disability, and Accessibility in Zines: A Panel with Kerri Radley, Maranda Elizabeth, and Dave Roche at the Conaway Center, Columbia College” taking place March 8 from 1 pm - 3 pm. Dave will also be tabling at CZF’s Zine Exhibition March 9 at Columbia College.